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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Shaikh Khalifa bin Rashid Al-Khalifa and Shaikh Khalifa bin Ali Al-Khalifa were received on arrival at the venue of the ceremony by Archduke SEindor Von Habsburg and his wife Archduchess Herta Margarete and senior members of the Habsburg Family.
Having studied social work in Belgium, the Archduchess was seeking models to bring back to Europe, in order to assist similarly-distressed communities by introducing handicrafts industry to offset rural poverty that she and others anticipated would follow at war's end (4).
Gheeraerts's caricature-like portrait of Mary Curzon, which illustrates the Archduchess Harriet, is the Sackville portrait most obviously used satirically.
The 18th century founder, Archduchess Marie Christine, is reputed to have been in a lesbian relationship with her sister-in-law, Isabella, the first wife of Emperor Joseph II.
Thus perished, in the thirty-eighth year of her age, the queen of France and Navarre, the archduchess of Austria, the daughter, sister, wife, of emperors and kings.
Ludovika's sister was the Archduchess Sophia of Austria who planned the marriage of her son, Emperor Franz Josef, to Ludovika's elder daughter Helene.
A letter from the Archduchess Maria Magdalena to her brother, Archduke Ferdinand (later Emperor Ferdinand II), documents a performance during Fasching 1608 in Graz, Austria, (4) when a visiting English troupe presented ten plays: the play about the prodigal son, about a pious lady of Antwerp, Doctor Faustus, about a Duke of Florence who fell in love with a nobleman's daughter, about nobody and somebody, Fortunatus's purse and wishing hat ("von des fortunatus peitl und Wunschhietel"), the play about the Jew, another play about the 2 brothers King Ludwig and King Friderich of Hungary, about a King of Cyprus and a Duke of Venice, and about the rich man and Lazarus.
Other guests include Her Royal and Imperial Highness, Princess Maria-Anna of Habsburg, Archduchess of Austria and His Royal and Serene Highness, Prince Piotr Galitzine of Russia.
Which Archduchess of Austria married Louis XVI of France?
Orlando's second romantic affair with the transvestite Archduke Harry, whose disguise as the Archduchess Harriet is depicted with comic and lighthearted touches.
Marie Antoinette (1755 - 1793) was an Archduchess of Austria and the Queen of France and of Navarre.
Thus at the baptism of one infant Archduchess in 1953 in Wurzburg a woman from the Sudetenland, the old Kingdom of Bohemia, driven out by the Czech government, brought the Imperial flag with its double eagle.