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1575-1578 Elizabeth attributed to Nicholas Hilliard (Anglesey Abbey, Cambridge UK) Queen Elizabeth is dressing more and more strikingly as her reign advances, as shown in this 1575-1578 portrait.
Queen Elizabeth I, Attr. to Nicholas Hilliard: c.1575-1578. Anglesey Abbey.
Matilda Plantagenet of England, Duchess of Saxony (1156 – 28 June 1189) Daughter of Henry II, King of England. Buried in Brunswick Cathedral, Germany.
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Matilda of England (also called Maud; 1156 – 28 June 1189) was the eldest daughter of King Henry II of England and Queen Eleanor. Through her marriage with Henry the Lion, she was Duchess of Saxony and of Bavaria.
Albrecht Dürer, Young Woman in Netherlandish Dress (1521)
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Albrecht Durer | Young Woman in Netherlandish Dress, 1521 Brush and brown and white ink on gray-violet prepared paper
Albrecht Dürer - Young Woman in Netherlandish Dress, 1521. Brush and brown and white ink on gray-violet prepared paper.
25 Stunning Photographs Of Countess De Castiglione The 19th-century Italian aristocrat, better known as as La Castiglione, was an iconic model, muse, mistress, narcissist, and queen of drama
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The Countess Castiglione.
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Countess of Castiglione (Virginia Oldoini), c1865 Pierre-Louis Pierson
25 Stunning Photographs Of Countess De Castiglione The 19th-century Italian aristocrat, better known as as La Castiglione, was an iconic model, muse, mistress, narcissist, and queen of drama.
25 Stunning Photographs Of Countess De Castiglione
Marie Therese, daughter, and only surviving child, of Marie Antoinette and Louis XVI of France, Duchess of Angouleme, Dauphine, and for twenty minutes between two abdications in 1830, Queen of France.
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Duchesse d’Anglomêne Diamond Tiara The diamond diadem was part of a parure belonging to the French Crown jewels. When the inventory of the crown jewels was regulated by the government in 1818, Marie Térèse had to return the parure. She voiced her sadness to her uncle, expressing the wish to keep her favorite tiara. King Louis XVIII made a deal in which he’d return the original diamonds but keep the diadem frame, swapping in new diamonds.
A portrait of the Duchesse Marie Therese d’Angoulême, daughter of Marie Antoinette and King Louis XVI by Robert Lefevre.
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A rare portrait of Marie Antoinette and King Louis XVI.
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Un raro retrato de María Antonieta y Luis XVI . por jaclyn
Group Portrait: A rare portrait of Marie Antoinette and King Louis XVI.
A reconstrctured portrait of Marie Antoinette and King Louis XVI.
Shield Plaque, Scythian, ca. 600 BC
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Scythian golden stag, c. 600 BC, from a burial mound at Transkuban, Kostromskaya Stanitsa, Russia. To the great Greek historian Herodotus, the Scythians were outlandish barbarians living north of the Black Sea in what are now Moldova and Ukraine. Today the term Scythian is applied to a broad mixture of Caucasian peoples of the steppes reaching from the Black Sea almost to Siberia. Hermitage Museum, St. Petersburg.
Naschitnaya badge as a figure of a deer about 600 BC. Oe. Scythian culture Kostroma Kurgan 1, Zakubane, village Kostroma, Russia Gold, casting, stamping Source: hermitagemuseum.org
Scythian gold at the Hermitage Museum
Marriage of Princess Caroline of Brunswick and George Prince of Wales, later George IV
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Dressed in extremely rich and heavy clothing including a dress of silver tissue and lace and a robe of ermine-lined velvet, the bride found standing and walking difficult.
PRINCESS CAROLINE OF BRUNSWICK - Worn on the 8th April 1795 on the occasion of her marriage to George IV, King of England.
Princess Caroline of Brunswick, wife of George Prince of Wales (Prince Regent; later George IV). This is of their marriage.
When Princess Caroline of Brunswick married The Prince of Wales on April 8, 1795, she was dressed in an extremely rich and heavy dress of silver tissue and lace, topped by a robe of ermine-lined velvet f. Her daughter Princess Charlotte, whom married Prince Leopold in 1816, had more expensive dresses than she knew what to do with. For her wedding she chose to wear a silver lamé dress over white silk, trimmed with silver lace.
April 8, 1795: George IV married Princess Caroline of Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel at the Chapel Royal, St. James’s Palace
August 3rd, 1553 - Queen Mary I, accompanied by her half-sister, Elizabeth, enters London triumphant over Lady Jane Grey
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Princess Paintings - Queen Mary and Princess Elizabeth entering London by John Byam Liston Shaw
The Faerie Queene: «A shoot shall sprout from the Tudor's stump
Woman who made history, who made a difference, who took the unexpected road. Gender does not define ability, intent, or ambition- that is what these women show us.
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Weaker sex my ass!
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These 18 Women Never Made It Into History Books, But They Should Have.
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Egypt | Five Rowed Necklace with Amulets. Medium: Faience. Place Found: Thebes, Malkata, Egypt. Dates: ca. 1390-1353 B.C.E. Dynasty: late XVIII Dynasty. Period: New Kingdom | Faience necklaces with fruit and floral elements were highly prized by elite women and men in late Dynasty 18. Certainly worn for their visual appeal, this jewelry also had amuletic significance.
Five Rowed Necklace with Amulets - Medium: Faience Place Found: Thebes, Malkata, Egypt Dates: ca. 1390-1353 B.C.E. Dynasty: late XVIII Dynasty Period: New Kingdom | Brooklyn Museum
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Brooklyn Museum: Egyptian, Classical, Ancient Near Eastern Art: Five Rowed Necklace with Amulets
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ca. 1640 Noblewoman, said to be Queen Henrietta Maria, by follower of Daniel Mytens (sold by Roy Precious) X 2
ca. 1640 Noblewoman, said to be Queen Henrietta Maria, by follower of Daniel Mytens (sold by Roy Precious) | Grand Ladies
John Beaufort, 1st Marquess of Somerset & 1st Marquess of Dorset, later 1st Earl of Somerset,(1373 – 1410) was the 1st of 4 illegitimate (later legitimized) children of John of Gaunt, 1st Duke of Lancaster, & his mistress Katherine Swynford, later his wife. John Beaufort & his wife Margaret, the daughter of Thomas Holland, 2nd Earl of Kent & Alice FitzAlan, had 6 children. He was an ancestor of the Tudor dynasty.
John Beaufort, 1st Earl of Somerset (c. 1371-1410), legitimized son of John of Gaunt (son of Edward III) and Katherine Swynford; ancestor of the Tudor dynasty.
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Knight John de Beaufort, 1st Duke of Sommerset. Knight of the Garter
Portrait of Anna Buchner, née Lindacker, by Lucas Cranach the Elder, c. 1520 Minneapolis Institute of Arts
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16th century (1518-1520) Germany Portrait of Anna Buchner, née Lindacker by Lucas Cranach the Elder Minneapolis, Minneapolis Institute of Art source
By Lucas Cranach the Elder (1472-1553), c. 1520, Portrait of Anna Buchner née Lindacker, Minneapolis Institute of Arts. (German Renaissance)
Portrait of Anna Buchner, née Lindacker
Lady Elizabeth Raleigh, 1565-1647, (Bess Throckmorton) was a Lady of the Privy Chamber to Elizabeth !. She secretly married Sir Walter Raleigh in 1591. Her father was cousin to King Henry VIII's sixth wife Catherine Parr.
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Undressed funeral effigy of Catherine de Valois, Queen of England. Henry V's queen died in 1437. Her grandson King Henry VII made major alterations to Westminster Abbey, which involved moving her embalmed body. She was placed in a crude coffin constructed of flimsy boards, and was left above ground. Catherine remained a public spectacle in the Abbey for over 200 years.
Undressed funeral effigy of Catherine de Valois, Queen of England, paternal grandmother of Henry VII, paternal great-grandmother of Henry VIII about effigy thetemplarknight.... really interesting part about her viewing like how the embalmed queen was displayed for 200 years more here pastyme.uppercana... color image farm4.static.flic...
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The effigy of Catherine de Valois, (1401–1437), in Westminster Abbey, London, the earliest European death mask. She was queen of England, the wife of King Henry V. They married in 1420 at Troyes.
My absolute favorite castle in France.. Chateau de Chenonceau
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Hopi woman dressing hair of unmarried girl, 1900. The “squash blossom” hairdo indicated eligibility for courtship.
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Hopi people - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia~Hopi woman dressing hair of unmarried girl, c. 1900, photo by Henry Peabody
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PORTRAIT OF A NOBLEWOMAN, PROBABLY PHILIPPINA WELSER (1527-80) - (after) Anthonis Mor Van Dashorst
An Unknown Lady (1542–1587)
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QUEEN MARY OF SCOTS
An Unknown Lady called Mary Queen of Scots. Unknown artist, possibly French school. Dated 1530? - 1569.
Portrait of an Unknown Lady (called 'Mary, Queen of Scots, 1542–1587') by French School (possibly) National Trust Oil on canvas, 107 x 89 cm Collection: National Trust Knole
Romans thought the early Christians were practicing cannibalism when they heard about them eating bread and wine as symbolic representations of the body and blood of Christ.
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Explaining The Lord's Supper (Communion) to Children
15 Truly Bizarre Facts About Ancient Rome
Wedding clothes of Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Phillip, 1947. Her silk and duchesse satin dress was embroidered with 10,000 seed pearls imported from the United States, crystal beads in garlands of star-shaped lily heads, white York roses with orange blossoms, and the heads of wheat (a symbol of fertility) . . . and all of that embroidery was duplicated on the 15-foot silk tulle train.
Wedding ensembles of Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip, English, 1947. Elizabeth's wedding gown was designed by Norman Hartnell (who also designed her coronation gown) and made of duchesse satin embroidered with 10,000 seed pearls and crystal beads in garlands of star-shaped lily heads, white York roses with orange blossoms, and the heads of wheat (a symbol of fertility). All the embroidery was duplicated on the 15-foot silk tulle train. The veil was made of embroidered tulle, so as not to...