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      • Catherine of Austria, Queen of Portugal. Catherine of Austria (Portuguese: Catarina; 14 January 1507 – 12 February 1578) was Queen of Portugal as wife of King John III, and regent during the minority of her grandson, King Sebastian , from 1557 until 1562.,_Queen_of_Portugal#:~:text=Catherine%20of%20Austria%2C%20Queen%20of%20Portugal.%20Catherine%20of,her%20grandson%2C%20King%20Sebastian%2C%20from%201557%20until%201562.
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  2. Catherine of Austria, Queen of Portugal - Wikipedia

    Catherine of Austria (Portuguese: Catarina; 14 January 1507 – 12 February 1578) was Queen of Portugal as wife of King John III, and regent during the minority of her grandson, King Sebastian, from 1557 until 1562.

  3. Catherine of Austria, Queen of Poland - Wikipedia

    In October 1549, Catherine was escorted by her elder brother Ferdinand II, Archduke of Austria from Innsbruck to Mantua, with a dowry of 100,000 Rhine florins. The marriage lasted only four months as Francesco drowned in Lake Como on 21 February 1550, and a widowed Catherine returned home to Innsbruck.

  4. Queens Regent - Catherine of Austria - History of Royal Women

    Apr 03, 2017 · Catherine of Austria was born on 14 January 1507 as the daughter of Joanna of Castile and Philip I of Castile, who had sadly passed away in September 1506. Joanna was forced into confinement by her father, and Catherine was the only one of her children to be with her in her confinement. When the time came for her to marry, she was at last released.

  5. Catarina of Austria, Queen of Portugal – Kyra Cornelius Kramer

    Jan 14, 2018 · Catarina of Austria, Queen of Portugal Posted on January 14, 2018 Author kyra On 14 January 1507 Queen Joanna of Castile gave birth to her final child, a daughter whom she named Catarina after the baby’s aunt, Catherine of Aragon , who was languishing as an unmarried widow in England at the time.

  6. Catherine of Austria, Queen of Portugal - WikiVisually

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  7. Catherine of Austria | European Royal History

    His mother was Infanta María-Manuela of Portugal, daughter of João III of Portugal and Catherine of Austria, Infanta of Castile and Archduchess of Austria, Catherine was the posthumous daughter of King Felipe I by Queen Joanna of Castile. Catherine was born in Torquemada and named in honor of her maternal aunt, Catherine of Aragon.

  8. (PDF) Catherine of Austria, queen of Portugal. "In the ...

    In 1525 Catherine of Austria came to Portugal armed with Flemish tapestries, illuminated manuscripts,family jewels, and a lavish wardrobe, the requisite dowry of a Castilian princess destined to be queen.

  9. Biography of Catherine the Great, Empress of Russia

    Jul 21, 2019 · Catherine the Great was born Sophia Frederike Auguste in Stettin, Germany (now Szczecin, Poland), on May 2, 1729 (April 21 in the Old Style calendar). She was known as Frederike or Fredericka. Her father was Prussian Prince Christian August von Anhalt-Zerbst and her mother was Princess Johanna Elisabeth of Holstein-Gottorp.

  10. Catherine of Aragon Facts: Henry VIII's First Queen
    • Background, Family of Catherine of Aragon. Both of Catherine's parents were part of the Trastámara dynasty. Mother: Isabella I of Castile (1451–1504) Father: Ferdinand II of Aragon (1452–1516)
    • Marriage, Children. husband: Arthur, Prince of Wales (betrothed in 1489, married 1501; Arthur died 1502) no children; Catherine asserted consistently at the end of her marriage that the marriage had not been consummated.
    • Physical Description. Often in fiction or depictions of history, Catherine of Aragon is depicted with dark hair and brown eyes, presumably because she was Spanish.
    • Ambassador. After Arthur's death and before her marriage to Henry VIII, Catherine of Aragon served as ambassador to the English court, representing the Spanish court, thereby becoming the first woman to be a European ambassador.
  11. Emperor Charles V | The Tudors Wiki | Fandom

    Queen Catherine of Aragon (aunt) Archduchess Margaret of Austria (aunt) Princess Mary Tudor (cousin) Archduke Ferdinand of Austria (brother) Eleanor, Queen of France (sister) Isabella, Queen of Denmark (sister) Mary, Queen of Hungary (sister) Katherine, Queen of Portugal (sister) Princess Christina of Denmark (niece) King Phillip II of Spain (son)