Maria Anna of Bavaria

Maria Anna of Bavaria

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  • Maria Anna of Bavaria (1574–1616) — Maria Anna of Bavaria For other people named Maria Anna of Bavaria, see Maria Anna of Bavaria (disambiguation). Maria Anna of Bavaria (8 December 1574 – 8 March 1616) was daughter of William V, Duke of Bavaria and Renata of Lorraine. Biography …   Wikipedia

  • Maria Anna of Bavaria (1805–1877) — Maria Anna of Bavaria Portrait of Maria Anna by Joseph Karl Stieler, c. 1850. Queen consort of Saxony Tenure …   Wikipedia

  • Maria Anna of Bavaria (1551–1608) — For other people named Maria Anna of Bavaria, see Maria Anna of Bavaria (disambiguation). Maria Anna of Bavaria Archduchess consort of Austria Tenure 26 August 1571 – 10 July 1590 …   Wikipedia

  • Maria Anna of Bavaria (1805-1877) — Princess Maria Anna of Bavaria ( de. Maria Anna Leopoldine Elisabeth Wilhelmine von Bayern; born Munich, 27 January 1805; died Wachwitz, 13 September 1877) was Queen Consort of Saxony from 1836 to 1854.Maria Anna was the daughter of Maximilian I… …   Wikipedia

  • Duchess Maria Anna of Bavaria — Infobox French Royalty|princess name = Duchess Maria Anna of Bavaria full name = Maria Anna Christine Victoria title = Dauphine of Viennois imgw = 250 caption = date of birth = birth date|1660|11|28|mf=y place of birth = Munich, Bavaria date of… …   Wikipedia

  • Maria Josepha of Bavaria — Holy Roman Empress; German Queen Tenure 1765–1767 Spouse …   Wikipedia

  • Maria Sophie of Bavaria — Queen consort of the Two Sicilies Maria Sophie photographed by Franz Hanfstängl in 1859. Spouse Francis II …   Wikipedia

  • Maria Anna of Spain — Holy Roman Empress, German Queen Queen consort of Hungary and Bohemia Portrait of Maria Anna by Velazquez, 1630 Consort 1631–1646 …   Wikipedia

  • Maria Anna of Austria — Queen consort of Portugal Tenure 27 October 1708 – 31 July 1750 Spouse John V of Portugal Issue …   Wikipedia

  • Maria Anna of Naples and Sicily — Maria Anna Princess of Naples and Sicily House House of Bourbon Two Siclies Father Ferdinand I of the Two Sicilies Mother …   Wikipedia

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