archduchess


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archduchess

1. the wife or widow of an archduke
2. (since 1453) a princess of the Austrian imperial family, esp a daughter of the Austrian emperor
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With the exception of Wingate, they arrived in Hungary on August, 21, 1841, very conscious of the place they held in the hearts and prayers not only of the Scottish church but also of the archduchess.
64) and the Courrier des Departemens happily reported that over thirty Austrians had been blown to bits when two mortars exploded as their operation was being demonstrated to satisfy the "bloodthirsty heart" of the Archduchess.
Although the duke and archduchess employed advisers to acquire artworks for them, they clearly enjoyed making purchases themselves.
Pictured is Archduchess Maria Habsburg (1519) by Hans Maler.
At the beginning of the 19th century the island was known as Barvirka or Barvirsky (Dyers') Island, but in 1840 it was renamed Zofin--Sophie's Island--in honour of the Archduchess Sophie, mother of the Austrian Emperor Franz Josef I.
Bronzoni's publication was commissioned by the Florentine regents Archduchess Maria Maddalena d' Austria and her mother-in-law Granduchess Christine de Lorraine.
In 1767, an outbreak claimed the life of Archduchess Maria Josepha, daughter of Empress Maria Theresa, and the Mozart family quit Vien na for Moravia to wait Out the epidemic and the official mourning period.
For the wedding of Archduchess Valerie (whose father was the Emperor Franz Joseph, and whose brother was the ilated Crown Prince Rudolph) to Archduke Franz Salvator of Tuscany, Nowotny's made an iron trunk which was actually a needlework necessaire.
It depicts the Archduke Ferdinand and Archduchess Maria Anna of Habsburg-Lorraine and is dated to 1770-71, by which point Mengs was already a successful portraitist.
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.
It is a reference to Archduchess Isabella of Austria who vowed not to change her underwear until her husband united the northern and southern Low Countries by taking Ostend.
Maria Theresa is portrayed as the Queen of Bohemia and Hungary, Archduchess of Austria, Duchess of Burgundy, and Countess of Tyrol.