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Princess Stéphanie Of Belgium - Ancestry
... Maria Amalia of Naples 23 ... Maria Carolina of Austria 1 ... Maria Theresa of Austria 6 ...
Oskar Maria Graf
... Oskar Maria Graf (22 July 1894 – 28 June 1967) was a German author ... works he regarded as "worth being read", he selected the name Oskar Maria Graf ...
Carlota Of Mexico - Princess of Belgium
... Her favorite grandparent Maria Amalia of the Two Sicilies, Queen of France, was the consort of Louis-Philippe of France, and a niece of Marie Antoinette ... Maria Amalia was Charlotte's close confidante, and on her wedding day in 1857, she wore a bracelet with a miniature portrait of her ... of the year, Charlotte stayed in Claremont with Maria Amalia and the rest of her mother's family in exile ...
Maria (given Name)
... Maria is a female (but occasionally male) given name in many diverse cultures, including African, Arab, Armenian, Catalan, Croatian, English, Filipino, Finnish, German, Greek, Hispanic American and Spanish ... Empire the name was used as a feminine form of the Roman name Marius (see Maria (gens)) ... As a first name, Maria ranked seventh out of 4,275 for females of all ages in the 1990 U.S ...
Luís I Of Portugal - Marriages and Descendants
... Luís married Princess Maria Pia of Savoy, daughter of Victor Emmanuel II of Italy and Maria Adelaide of Austria ... The both had a deep love at first, but Luis's countless mistresses lead Maria Pia to depression ... Maria Pia also gave birth to another stillborn son in 1869, and suffered miscarriages in 1872 and 1879 ...

Famous quotes containing the word maria:

    It were a blessed sight to see
    That child become a willow tree,
    His brother trees among.
    He’d be four times as tall as me,
    And live three times as long.
    —Catherine Maria Fanshawe (1765–1834)

    Not since Moses has anyone seen a mountain so greatly.
    —Rainer Maria Rilke (1875–1926)