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  1. Marie Antoinette - Syndrome, Children & Death - Biography

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    Sep 10, 2019 · Marie Antoinette and Louis XVI. In 1765, Louis, dauphin de France (also known as Louis Ferdinand), the son of French monarch Louis XV, died. His death left the king's 11-year-old grandson, Louis ...

  2. Marie Antoinette - Wikipedia

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    This State Portrait of Marie Antoinette and her three surviving children, Marie Thérèse, Louis Charles (on her lap), and Louis Joseph holding up the drape of an empty bassinet signifying the recent death of Marie's fourth child, Sophie, was meant to improve her reputation by depicting her as a mother in simple, yet stately attire (by Vigée ...

  3. Marie-Antoinette | Biography, Death, Cake, French Revolution ...

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    Marie-Antoinette, queen consort of King Louis XVI of France. Her name is associated with the decline in the moral authority of the French monarchy in the closing years of the ancien regime. Her actions during the French Revolution contributed to the overthrow of the monarchy in August 1792.

  4. Marie Antoinette's Death: The Final Days Before Her Beheading

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    Oct 14, 2019 · The Death Of Marie Antoinette. In January 1793, King Louis XVI was sentenced to death for conspiring against the state. He was allowed to spend a few short hours with his family until his execution before a crowd of 20,000. Marie Antoinette, meanwhile, was still in limbo.

  5. The life and death of Marie Antoinette: everything you need ...

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    Mar 01, 2021 · What happened to Marie Antoinette’s head? After the queen’s head fell, it was immediately shown to the crowd, who responded by crying: “Vive la République!” Shortly after her death, Marie’s body was hurled into an unmarked grave in the cemetery of L’église de la Madeleine in Paris.

  6. Marie Antoinette's Death: The Execution Of The Queen Of ...

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    Oct 15, 2019 · Marie Antoinette arrived at the Conciergerie in the Temple Prison, Paris, at 03.00am, after being torn from the arms of her daughter, Marie-Thérèse, and her sister-in-law, Madame Élisabeth. Her husband, King Louis XVI, had been executed earlier in the year and her youngest son, Louis Charles, had been taken from her a month earlier.

  7. Marie Antoinette (2006 film) - Wikipedia

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    After his death on May 10, 1774, Louis XVI is crowned King of France at the age of 19, with Marie-Antoinette as Queen at the age of 18. Marie-Antoinette's brother, Joseph II, Holy Roman Emperor , comes to visit, counseling her against her constant parties; advice that she finds easy to ignore.

  8. Marie-Antoinette - HISTORY

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    Aug 21, 2018 · Marie Antoinette, the 15th child of Holy Roman Emperor Francis I and the powerful Habsburg empress Maria Theresa, was born in Vienna, Austria, in 1755–an age of great instability for European ...

  9. 5 Things You Might Not Know About Marie Antoinette

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    Oct 14, 2016 · Marie Antoinette is famous for her decadence. Or her supposed decadence, anyway. By the time she was executed at the guillotine on October 16, 1793 (nine months after her husband, King Louis XVI ...

  10. Marie Antoinette, Queen Executed in French Revolution

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    May 15, 2019 · Marie Antoinette (born Maria Antonia Josepha Joanna von Österreich-Lothringen; November 2, 1755–October 16, 1793) was the queen of France, executed by guillotine during the French Revolution. She is most known for supposedly saying "Let them eat cake," although the French quote translates more precisely as, "Let them eat brioche," and there ...