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  1. Elisabeth of Austria, Queen of France - Wikipedia

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    Elisabeth of Austria (5 July 1554 – 22 January 1592) was Queen of France from 1570 to 1574 as the wife of King Charles IX. A member of the House of Habsburg, she was the daughter of Maximilian II, Holy Roman Emperor, and Maria of Spain.

  2. Elisabeth of Austria, Queen of France Biography - WorldAtlas

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    Dec 09, 2019 · Elisabeth of Austria effectively became the Queen of France from November 26, 1570, until her husband’s death on May 30, 1574. The king fathered one daughter with the queen, Marie Elisabeth of Valois. Because Charles IX had no legitimate son, he was succeeded by his brother, Henry III. Early Life Of Elisabeth Of Austria

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  3. Elisabeth of Austria, Queen of France « The Freelance History ...

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    Jul 12, 2019 · Elisabeth of Austria, Queen of France After the Peace of Saint-Germain in August of 1570, Catherine de’Medici turned to negotiating marriage alliances to shore up France’s international position. She enjoyed arranging prestigious marriages for her children.

  4. Elisabeth of Austria, Queen of France | Unofficial Royalty

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    Elisabeth of Austria, Queen of France; Credit – Wikipedia Elisabeth, Archduchess of Austria was the wife of Charles IX, King of France. She was born in Vienna, Austria on July 5, 1554, the second of the six daughters and the fifth of the fifteen children of first cousins Maximilian II, Holy Roman Emperorand Maria of Spain.

  5. The Life of Elisabeth of Austria, Queen Consort of France ...

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    The Life of Elisabeth of Austria, Queen Consort of France As daughter of Emperor Maximilian II and Maria of Spain, she was a born royal. As wife of Charles IX of France, her life was steeped with...

  6. Archduchess Elisabeth of Austria: a Queen of France who never ...

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    Jul 05, 2020 · Elisabeth of Austria & King Charles IX of France (image from Bibliotheque Nationale de France), c 1571 Her spouse already had a long-term mistress – Marie Touchet, Dame de Belleville. Despite being the daughter of Marie Mathy and a Huguenot lieutenant Jean Touche, Marie was well educated and held herself at court like French rich ladies.

  7. Royal Women: Elisabeth of Austria, Queen of France

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    Jan 17, 2011 · Elisabeth of Austria, Queen of France Elisabeth painted by François Clouet in 1571. Considered as a great beauty and a very intellectual woman, Elisabeth was married off to Charles IX of France. As France was ruled by his mother, the infamous Catherine de Medici, Elisabeth was not involved in state of affairs, and was secluded from public life.

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    English: Royal Monogram of Elisabeth of Austria, Queen of France. Date: 4 March 2011, 03:46 (UTC) ... Category:Elisabeth of Austria (1554-1592) File usage on other wikis.

  9. Elisabeth of Austria, Queen of France :: Franzois Clouet - 2 ...

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    Mar 25, 2015 · Artist Franzois Clouet - portrait of Elisabeth of Austria, Queen of France. Franzois Clouet (1510-1572) Oil on canvas, 1571 (36 x 26 cm)( 14,2 x 10,2 inch ) Museu du Louvre, Paris. tags: expensive dress, beads, rings, beauty. image: Public domain Submitted by: JenKiriakos. Return to section: 2 women portraits 16th century hall (1-150) Hide ...

  10. Elisabeth of France (1602–1644) - Wikipedia

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    Elisabeth of France or Isabel of Bourbon (22 November 1602 – 6 October 1644) was Queen Consort of Spain (1621 to 1644) and Portugal (1621 to 1640) as the first spouse of King Philip IV of Spain. She served as regent of Spain during the Catalan Revolt in 1640-42 and 1643-44.

    • 31 March 1621 – 6 October 1644
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