1519 – Born on April 13th in Florence, France. The queen consort of Henry II of France and subsequently regent of France, who was one of the most influential personalities of the Catholic–Huguenot wars. Three of her sons were kings of France: Francis II, Charles IX, and Henry III. 1533 – She was married by ..
1401 – Born on October 27th in Paris. Catherine of Valois, daughter of the King of France. 1420 – Married to Henry V of England on June 2nd. 1421 – Catherine of Valois was crowned Queen of England at Westminster Abbey in February. – The son of Catherine and Henry, the future Henry ..
1683 – Caroline of Anspach was born. 1705-1714 – The daughter of the Margrave of Brandenburg-Anspach, she married George, Electoral Prince of Hannover, and followed him to England when his father became King George I. – She was the patron of many leading writers and politicians such as Alexander Pope, John Gay, and ..
Calpurnia Pisonis (1st century BC), daughter of Lucius Calpurnius Piso Caesoninus, was a Roman woman, was Caesar’s third wife and was married to him right before he went to fight Pompey. 59 BC – Married Julius Caesar with no children resulting from the union. 44 BC – Her husband Julius Caesar died. 2.3 / 5 ..
1480 – Born on the 18th of April, she is a Italian duchess. Rodrigo became Pope Alexander VI; he had Lucrezia marry Giovanni Sforza in order to establish an alliance with that powerful Milanese family. 1493 – She married Giovanni Sforza. – Consummated a relationship with someone, probably Alexander’s messenger Perotto. ..
– Was a queen of the Brythonic Celtic Iceni people of Norfolk in Eastern Britain who led a major uprising of the tribes against the occupying forces of the Roman Empire. – Her husband, Prasutagus, the Icenian king, who had ruled as a nominally independent ally of Rome, had left ..
1938 – Born on January 31st in Soestdijk, Netherlands. The queen of The Netherlands. 1948 – When Juliana ascended the throne, Princess Beatrix received the title of heiress presumptive. 1950 – Princess Beatrix entered the Incrementum, part of Baarnsch Lyceum. 1956-1961 – She attended the State University of Leiden, studying mainly social sciences, law, and ..
1372 – Beatrice of Portugal, in Portuguese Beatriz, born at Coimbra, daughter of Ferdinand I, King of Portugal, and Leonor Telles de Meneses. 1383 – Married King Juan I of Castile. Juan had lost his wife, Infanta Leonor of Aragon the year before, and was happy to take the Portuguese heiress. The wedding took place on ..
1783 – Born on April 10th in Paris, France. The queen of Holland, stepdaughter of Napoleon I, and mother of Napoleon III. 1799 – Hortense became one of the attractions of the court after Napoleon became first consul of the French. 1802 – To strengthen her position, Joséphine encouraged a marriage between Hortense and Louis ..
1937 – Susan Barrantes was born 9th of June in England. 1956 – She married Major Ronald Ivor Ferguson n St Maragaret’s Church, London. 1998 – She was driving collided with a Renault catering truck on a two-lane highway in flat countryside. – Barrantes was killed, age 61. ..