archduchess


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a wife or widow of an archduke or a princess of the former ruling house of Austria

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The executive committee chaired by the Archduchess Herta Margarete awarded the decoration to HRH the Premier in recognition of his landmark achievements, regardless of gender, social status, nationality, ethnic origin or intellectual belief.
The Archduchess (but she must in future be known as the Archduke) told his story--that he was a man and always had been one; that he had seen a portrait of Orlando and fallen hopelessly in love with him; that to compass his ends, he had dressed as a woman and lodges at the Baker's shop; that he was desolated when he fled to Turkey; that he had heard of her change and hastened to offer his services (here he teed and heed intolerably).
In her statement, Archduchess Herta Margarete said Prince Khalifa deserved the award for his leading role in consolidating humanitarian work and peace at the world level.
In 1941, on a short tour of Canada, the Archduchess Adelaide von Hapsburg visited the village of Terence Bay, a small fishing hamlet at the end of the Chignecto Peninsula on Nova Scotia's south shore (1).
The Sackvilles used to illustrate Orlando are thus not distant relatives, but brothers, and Mary Curzon, used to illustrate the Archduchess Harriet, is in fact their mother.
Instrumental in Sale's being appointed to this post was a commendatory letter written by Ferdinand of Tyrol (1529-1595), dated 13 April 1587 and addressed to his sister, Archduchess Magdalena (1532-1590), who headed the convent for noblewomen.
You may have heard about Marie Antoinette, who was born an Archduchess of Austria and becomes the Queen of France in 1769.
In a press statement, QM said highlights include pieces produced by renowned French jeweller Cartier, pearl earrings designed by Bvlgari and worn by Elizabeth Taylor, a spectacular tiara worn by Archduchess Marie Valerie of Austria, and six Royal tiaras from other European monarchies.
Maria Galli Stampino provides an important corrective to a largely critical historiography of the regency of Archduchess of Austria, Maria Maddalena, who married Cosimo II, Grand Duke of Tuscany.
The height of the wagon deck is based on McKinnnell's (12) analysis of documents on the Chester Cycle, the Flemish ommegangen in van Alsloot's painting The Triumph of Archduchess Isabella (1615), (13) and the wagons used in Spanish Easter week processions.
Maria Theresa is portrayed as the Queen of Bohemia and Hungary, Archduchess of Austria, Duchess of Burgundy, and Countess of Tyrol.
6b) for an excerpt from Verdi's I Lombardi displays style and flourishes on a par with any early Ricordi title page, arguably exceeding its predecessors, given the prominence of the piece's dedicatee, Marie Louise, archduchess of Austria.
Our hero isn't necessarily straight: he does have a massive crush on another boy at boarding school ('Guillaume' goes to boarding school in England, as did Guillaume) and of course we see him as a rather fey lad, playing 'Sissi and Archduchess Sophie' in his room -- but 'Guillaume' also falls in love with a girl named Amandine, as did Guillaume (they've been married since 2005).
Unfortunately, prominent Viennese lesbians have not made it onto the pages of history--lesbian rumors about Marie Antoinette, who was born an archduchess of Austria, notwithstanding.
This was certainly the case with the all-powerful Medici family in mid-16th century Florence, when in 1565 their scion Prince Francesco (later Grand Duke Francesco I) made a dynastic marriage of enormous importance with the Archduchess Johanna of Austria, daughter of the recently-deceased Emperor Ferdinand I.