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  2. Portrait of Princess Maria Anna of Bavaria. Born 27 January 1805 in Munich, Germany. Died 13 September 1877 in Dresden, Germany. Lithography by Friedrich August Zimmermann (1805-1876), c. 1840. Reasonable condition. The upper margin almost trimmed to the border of the image. Some minor spotting. Verso: blank. Note: dimensions reflect the entire leaf.

  3. Wikizero - Maria Anna of Bavaria (born 1551)

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    Maria Anna of Bavaria (21 March 1551, Munich – 29 April 1608, Graz) was a politically active Archduchess of Austria by marriage to Archduke Charles II of Austria. She played an important role in the counter reformation in Austria.

  4. List of rulers of Bavaria - Wikipedia

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    Maria Anna of Bavaria 1551–1608: Catherine Michaela of Spain 1567–1597: John II of Zweibrücken 1584–1635: Charles I of Zweibrücken-Birkenfeld 1560–1600: Wolfgang William of Neuburg 1578–1653: Magdalene of Bavaria 1587–1628: John William of Jülich-Cleves-Berg 1562–1609: Antonia of Lorraine 1568–1610: Maria Anna of Bavaria 1574–1616: Ferdinand II, Holy Roman Emperor

  5. Maria Anna of Austria - Timenote

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    Maria Anna was born 8 June 1804 at the Hofburg Imperial Palace in Hofburg, Vienna. As a daughter of the Holy Roman Emperor, she was born with the title Archduchess of Austria (Ihre Königliche Hoheit Erzherzogin von Österreich) and the style Imperial and Royal Highness. She is said to have been mentally deficient (like her eldest brother, Emperor Ferdinand I) and to have suffered from a hideous facial deformity.

  6. Family tree of German monarchs - Wikipedia

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    Maria Anna of Austria 1610–1665: Maximilian I Elector of Bavaria 1573–1651: Cecilia Renata of Austria 1611–1644: Władysław IV King of Poland Grand Duke of Lithuania 1632–1648: Leopold of Austria 1614–1662: Philip IV King of Spain 1605–1665: Mariana of Austria 1634–1696: Ferdinand IV 1633–1654 King of Germany r. 1653–1654: Maria Anna of Austria 1654–1689: Johann Wilhelm

  7. Princess Sophie of Bavaria - Timenote

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    Princess Sophie of Bavaria. Sophie Friederike Dorothee Wilhelmine, Princess of Bavaria (27 January 1805 – 28 May 1872) was born to King Maximilian I Joseph of Bavaria and his second wife Caroline of Baden. She was the identical twin sister of Princess Maria Anna of Bavaria, Queen of Saxony as wife of Frederick Augustus II of Saxony.

  8. Anna Maria Sikanen (1805 - 1833) - Genealogy

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    Daughter of Matts Påhlsson Sikanen and Anna Tirkkonen. Wife of Paul Christersson Laitinen. Mother of Christer Henric Laitinen. Sister of Johan Henric Mattsson Sikain; Anders Mattsson Sikanen; Matts Mattsson Sikanen; Eva Christina Sikanen and Catharina Sikanen.

  9. Archduchess Sophie's tragic obstetric history - History of ...

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    In May 1834, Sophie suffered a sixth miscarriage. She lost a lot of blood and was mentally and physically exhausted. She went to use the spas at Marienbad to help her recover. 8. Archduchess Sophie presiding over her children’s evening prayer (public domain) In 1835, Sophie gave birth to a daughter with the name of Maria Anna.

  10. Mariana of Austria, Queen of Spain | Unofficial Royalty

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    Born Maria Anna of Austria (she was called Mariana after her marriage to Felipe IV) on December 24, 1634, in Wiener Neustadt, Archduchy of Austria, Holy Roman Empire, now in Austria, she was the second of the six children and the elder of the two daughters of first cousins Ferdinand III, Holy Roman Emperor, King of Hungary and Croatia, King of Bohemia, Archduke of Austria and his first wife Maria Anna of Spain.