Isabella Clara Eugenia of Spain (1566–1633), Archduchess of Austria, by Frans Pourbus the Younger. Isabella Clara Eugenia of Spain ruled the Spanish Netherlands in the Low Countries, and the north of modern France, together with her husband Albert, whom she married at the age 33. Isabella Clara Eugenia governed until the year 1643.
Trésor des Médicis | Musée Maillol | Editions Gallimard
Agnolo Bronzino - Bia, fille illégitime de Cosimo Ier de Medici - Huile sur bois, 63 x 48 cm - Circa 1542 - Galleria degli Uffizi, Florence artismirabilis.com www.artismirabilis.com/actualite-litteraire-et-musicale/LYON/2010/tresors-des-Medicis.html www.artismirabilis.com/actualite-litteraire-et-musicale/LYON/2012/Le-Prince-Machiavel/Le-Prince-Machiavel.html www.artismirabilis.com/actualite-litteraire-et-musicale/LYON/2011/chefs-d-oeuvre-de-la-marqueterie-sous-la-Renaissance-italienne.html
The Worst Pope ever: Rodrigo Borgia (Alexander VI 1492-1503) Thanks to his convenient social status he was able to buy his way into the papacy. He sired at least seven illegitimate children and didn’t hesitate to reward them with handsome endowments at the church’s expense. When low on finances, he either established new cardinals in return for payments, or he slammed wealthy people with completely fabricated charges, jailed or murdered them for said false charges, and then stole their money.
Who Were the Plantagenet Queens of England?
Margaret of France, 1279-1318, 2nd Queen consort to Edward I Longshanks of England (1239-1307, ruled 1272-1307) Married: 9/08/1299 (Edward was 60) but was never crowned. The couple had 2 sons and a daughter. Margaret was a daughter of Philip III of France and Maria of Brabant