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  1. Isabella of Portugal - Wikipedia › wiki › Isabella_of_Portugal

    Isabella of Portugal (24 October 1503 – 1 May 1539), also known as the Empress of the Carnation, was Holy Roman Empress, Queen of Spain, Germany, and Italy, and Lady of the Netherlands by her marriage to Emperor Charles V.

  2. List of Holy Roman empresses - Wikipedia › wiki › List_of_Holy_Roman_Empresses

    The Holy Roman Empress or Empress of the Holy Roman Empire (Kaiserin des Heiligen Römischen Reiches) was the wife or widow of the Holy Roman Emperor.The elective dignity of Holy Roman emperor was restricted to males only, but some empresses, such as Theophanu and Maria Theresa, were de facto rulers of the Empire.

  3. Charles V, Holy Roman Emperor Biography - Facts, Childhood ... › profiles › charles-v-holy

    Charles V was the Holy Roman Emperor, as well as the King of the Romans and King of Italy. He ruled over the Spanish Empire from 1516 and the Holy Roman Empire from 1519, along with the Habsburg Netherlands from 1506.

  4. Isabella of France Queen consort of Edward II of England; Isabella Clara Eugenia Infanta of Spain, ruler of the Spanish Netherlands, daughter of Philip II of Spain; Isabella of Angouleme Queen consort of John of England; Isabella of Portugal Holy Roman Empress consort of Charles V

  5. Isabelle of Angoulême, Queen Consort of England (c.1188 ... › people › Isabella-of-Angoulême

    Jan 22, 2019 · Three daughters were to follow, Joan, later Queen of Scots, was born on 22 July 1210, Isabel, later Holy Roman Empress in 1214 and Eleanor, later Countess of Pembroke in 1215. John died at Newark on the wild stormy night of 18th October, 1216, leaving England in a state of anarchy and civil war.

  6. Women Rulers of England and Great Britain - ThoughtCo › women-rulers-of-england-great

    Sep 16, 2019 · Empress Matilda, Countess of Anjou, Lady of the English. Hulton Archive / Culture Club / Getty Images. Holy Roman Empress: 1114–1125; Lady of the English: 1141 (disputed with King Stephen) Widow of the Holy Roman Emperor, Matilda was named by her father, Henry I of England, as his successor.

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