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... On 9 December 1212, Frederick was crowned King of Germany in opposition to Otto IV, Holy Roman Emperor ... Pope Honorius III crowned Frederick Holy Roman Emperor on 22 November 1220 ... Constance was crowned Holy Roman Empress while their son Henry became the new King of Germany ...
... Frederick III, Holy Roman Emperor 8 ... Maximilian I, Holy Roman Emperor 17 ... Ferdinand I, Holy Roman Emperor 20 ...
... Leopold II, Holy Roman Emperor 14 ... Francis II, Holy Roman Emperor 29 ... Viseu Filipa Isabel, Queen of Portugal Filipa, Lady of Almada Maria Leonor, Holy Roman Empress Beatriz, Lady of Ravenstein Catarina Filipa Joana, Queen of Castile and León 10th generation Leonor, Queen of ...
... Isabel, Queen of Portugal Filipa, Lady of Almada Maria Leonor, Holy Roman Empress Beatriz, Lady of Ravenstein Catarina Filipa Joana, Queen of Castile and León 10th ...
... Gonzaga Children Archduchess Christine Archduke Charles Archduke John Charles Ferdinand III, Holy Roman Emperor Archduchess Maria Anna Cecilia Renata, Queen of Poland ...
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“We never really are the adults we pretend to be. We wear the mask and perhaps the clothes and posture of grown-ups, but inside our skin we are never as wise or as sure or as strong as we want to convince ourselves and others we are. We may fool all the rest of the people all of the time, but we never fool our parents. They can see behind the mask of adulthood. To her mommy and daddy, the empress never has on any clothesand knows it.”
—Frank Pittman (20th century)
“and the oxen near
The worn foundations of their resting-place,
The holy manger where their bed is corn
And holly torn for Christmas. If they die,
As Jesus, in the harness, who will mourn?
Lamb of the shepherds, Child, how still you lie.”
—Robert Lowell (19171977)
“The descendants of Holy Roman Empire monarchies became feeble-minded in the twentieth century, and after World War I had been done in by the democracies; some were kept on to entertain the tourists, like the one they have in England.”
—Ishmael Reed (b. 1938)