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Margaret Of York - The Dowager Duchess
... marriage offers that flooded to the two Duchesses in Ghent (from the recently widowed Duke of Clarence, from the 7-year old Dauphin of France, Charles, from a brother of Edward ... Mary and Maximilian when, on 22 July 1478, Mary gave birth to a son and heir, Philip, Louis XI had rumours spread that the child was in fact a girl ... the next child of Mary and Maximilian was a girl the Duke and Duchess named her Margaret, after the dowager Duchess ...
Mary Of Guelders - Biography - Regency
... with the increasingly friendly alliance between King Edward IV of England and Duke Philip of Burgundy ... Any support by Mary for Margaret, Edward's enemy, threatened the alliance that Duke Philip wanted with King Edward IV against the French King Louis XI ... Her uncle, Duke Philip, pressured her to call off the betrothal of Margaret of Scotland and Prince Edward, to Margaret's disappointment ...
1620s - Significant People
... of Quebec City Charles I of Gonzaga-Nevers (1580–1637), Duke of Nevers and Mantua (claim for the later supported by France) Charles Emmanuel I of Savoy (1562–1630), Duke of Savoy and Papal backed candidate to ... soldier and assassin of George Villiers, 1st Duke of Buckingham Nicholas Felton of England (1556–1626), academic and Anglican cleric Cardinal-Infante Ferdinand of Austria (16 ... King of Bohemia) Frederick Ulrich (1591–1634), Duke of Brunswick-Calenberg, held position 1613–1634 Galileo Galilei of Tuscany (1564–1642 ...
List Of Military Commanders
... Jerusalem (597 BC) 595 BC–585 BC Cleisthenes of Sicyon Sicyon First Sacred War 589 BC Duke Qing of Qi Qi (state) Battle of An 587 BC Zedekiah Kingdom of Judah Siege of Jerusalem (587 BC) 585 BC Alyattes of Lydia ...

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