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  1. Louise of Mecklenburg-Strelitz - Wikipedia

    Duchess Louise of Mecklenburg-Strelitz (Luise Auguste Wilhelmine Amalie; 10 March 1776 – 19 July 1810) was Queen of Prussia as the wife of King Frederick William III.The couple's happy, though short-lived, marriage produced nine children, including the future monarchs Frederick William IV of Prussia and Wilhelm I, German Emperor.

  2. Women in post-classical warfare - Wikipedia

    A variety of roles were played by women in post-classical warfare.James Illston says "the field of medieval gender studies is a growing one, and nowhere is this expansion more evident than the recent increase in studies which address the roles of medieval women in times of war....this change in research has been invaluable".

  3. Albert II of Germany - Wikipedia

    Sep 06, 2020 · In 1422 Albert married Elisabeth of Luxemburg, the daughter and heiress of the King Sigismund of Hungary (later also Holy Roman Emperor and King of Bohemia), and his second wife, the Slovenian noblewoman Barbara of Celje. Besides Hungary, Albert's marriage brought him claims to several Slavic kingdoms and principalities as well.

    • 6 May 1438 – 27 October 1439
    • Sigismund
  4. Elizabeth of Austria (1436–1505) - Wikipedia

    Political ambitions of Ulrich II, Count of Celje, cousin of Queen Elisabeth, led him to demand release of the children into his custody. In December 1451, when the Emperor traveled to Rome to be officially crowned as the Holy Roman Emperor, he took Ladislaus with him but left Elisabeth in Vienna. [9]

    • 1436, Vienna
    • 30 August 1505 (aged 68–69), Kraków
    • 10 February 1454
    • 1454–1492
  5. Patron saints of places - Wikipedia

    4 days ago · This is a list of patron saints of places by nation, region, and town/city. If a place is not listed here, it may be listed in "Patronage of the Blessed Virgin Mary