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Johanna of Austria, Granddaughter of Juana of Castile, Great Niece of Catherine of Aragon. Johanna of Austria (24 January 1547 – 11 April 1578), was the youngest daughter of Ferdinand I, Holy Roman Emperor and Anna of Bohemia and Hungary. By marriage, she was Grand Duchess of Tuscany; one of her daughters was the famous Marie de Medici, Queen-consort and second wife of King Henri IV of France.

Johanna of Austria, Granddaughter of Juana of Castile, Great Niece of Catherine of Aragon. Johanna of Austria (24 January 1547 – 11 April 1578), was the youngest daughter of Ferdinand I, Holy Roman Emperor and Anna of Bohemia and Hungary. By marriage, she was Grand Duchess of Tuscany; one of her daughters was the famous Marie de Medici, Queen-consort and second wife of King Henri IV of France.

(Dress, brass clasps, brustfleck, & lace-trimmed hemd . (Portrait of Margarete Stalburg, detail) by HEN-Magonza, via Flickr

(Dress, brass clasps, brustfleck, & lace-trimmed hemd . (Portrait of Margarete Stalburg, detail) by HEN-Magonza, via Flickr

Sophie Philippine Élisabeth Justine de France,fille de France (1734–1782) was a French princesse du sang, by J-M Nattier. She was the 6th daughter and 8th child of Louis XV of France and Queen consort Marie Leszczyńska. First known as Madame Cinquième, she later became Madame Sophie. Had little influence at court, died unmarried.

Sophie Philippine Élisabeth Justine de France,fille de France (1734–1782) was a French princesse du sang, by J-M Nattier. She was the 6th daughter and 8th child of Louis XV of France and Queen consort Marie Leszczyńska. First known as Madame Cinquième, she later became Madame Sophie. Had little influence at court, died unmarried.

Entourage de Lavinia Fontana (Bologne 1552-1614 Rome) Porttrait de dame. Photo: Christie's Images Ltd., 2009.

Entourage de Lavinia Fontana (Bologne 1552-1614 Rome) Porttrait de dame. Photo: Christie's Images Ltd., 2009.

Elizabeth I of England

Elizabeth I of England

Maria Anna de Bavière, fille de Albert V, et épouse de l'archiduc Charles II d'Autriche,  1577

Maria Anna de Bavière, fille de Albert V, et épouse de l'archiduc Charles II d'Autriche, 1577

Elisabeth d'Autriche (1554-1592), reine de France  Auteur :  Clouet François (vers 1515-1572) (atelier de)  Crédit photographique :  (C) RMN (Musée du Louvre) / Jean-Gilles Berizzi  Période :  16e siècle, Renaissance (période)  Technique/Matière :  huile sur bois  Hauteur :  0.430 m.  Longueur :  0.300 m.  Localisation :  Paris, musée du Louvre

Elisabeth d'Autriche (1554-1592), reine de France Auteur : Clouet François (vers 1515-1572) (atelier de) Crédit photographique : (C) RMN (Musée du Louvre) / Jean-Gilles Berizzi Période : 16e siècle, Renaissance (période) Technique/Matière : huile sur bois Hauteur : 0.430 m. Longueur : 0.300 m. Localisation : Paris, musée du Louvre

Anglo-Saxon glass Beads, Dover Museum

Anglo-Saxon glass Beads, Dover Museum

CLAUDE DE VALOIS duchess de Lorraine PROVENANCE French school Versailles photo RMN

CLAUDE DE VALOIS duchess de Lorraine PROVENANCE French school Versailles photo RMN

A miniature of a young Queen Elizabeth I, attributed to Levina Teerlinc, 1565. More about Teerlinc: http://www.beingbess.blogspot.com/2012/11/levina-teerlinc-female-miniature.html

A miniature of a young Queen Elizabeth I, attributed to Levina Teerlinc, 1565. More about Teerlinc: http://www.beingbess.blogspot.com/2012/11/levina-teerlinc-female-miniature.html

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