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  1. Agnes of Austria (1150s–1182) - Wikipedia

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    1 day ago · Agnes of Austria (c. 1151/54 – 13 January 1182), a member of the House of Babenberg, was Queen of Hungary from 1168 until 1172 by her first marriage with King Stephen III of Hungary and Duchess of Carinthia by her second marriage with Duke Herman of Carinthia from 1173 until 1181.

    • c. 1154, Austria
    • 1168 – 4 March 1172
  2. John Brown’s Puritanical roots | Louis Proyect: The ...

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    1 day ago · A Southern political cartoon of 1863 spoke volumes about the paranoia John Brown had aroused in the Confederacy. The cartoon, titled “Worship of the North,” pictures an altar with the word PURITANISM blazoned across its base and FREE-LOVE, SPIRIT RAPPING, ATHEISM, and NEGRO WORSHIP on the bricks above it.

  3. Marie Elisabeth of France - Wikipedia

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    1 day ago · Marie Elisabeth of France (27 October 1572; 2 April 1578), was a French princess and member of the House of Valois. She was the only child of King Charles IX of France and Elizabeth of Austria . Her maternal grandparents were Maximilian II, Holy Roman Emperor and Maria of Spain , and her paternal grandparents were Henry II of France and ...

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