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  2. Elisabeth | Biography, Facts, & Assassination | Britannica

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    Elisabeth, (born December 24, 1837, Munich, Bavaria [Germany]—died September 10, 1898, Geneva, Switzerland), empress consort of Austria from April 24, 1854, when she married Emperor Franz Joseph. She was also queen of Hungary (crowned June 8, 1867) after the Austro-Hungarian Ausgleich, or Compromise. Her assassination brought her rather unsettled life to a tragic end.

  3. The name Elisabeth is girl's name of Hebrew origin meaning "pledged to God". This spelling of the classic name is found in France, Germany, Greece, and other cultures, and is worn by such notables as Elisabeth Kubler-Ross, Elisabeth Shue, Elisabeth Moss, and Elisabeth Hasselbeck. The name's pronunciation is usually just like the Z version, but some parents choose this because they want to discourage the Liz or Lizzie short forms and so pronounce it as if it has Lisa in the middle.

  4. Elizabeth (1998) - IMDb

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    The early years of the reign of Elizabeth I of England and her difficult task of learning what is necessary to be a monarch. Director Shekhar Kapur Writer Michael Hirst Stars Cate Blanchett Liz Giles Rod Culbertson See production, box office & company info Search on Amazon search for Blu-ray and DVD Add to Watchlist 452 User reviews

  5. Elisabeth as a girls' name is of Hebrew origin, and the meaning of Elisabeth is "God is my oath". Biblical: the spelling of Elizabeth used in the New Testament, from Elisheva. The name of the mother of John the Baptist. It comes from the same root as Elisheba, the name of the wife of Aaron.

  6. Elizabeth II, as the Monarch of the United Kingdom, was the "Supreme Governor" of the Church of England and sworn protector of the Church of Scotland. She was very interested in the Church of England, but the Archbishop of Canterbury runs the church. She rarely attended the yearly meeting of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland.

  7. Meaning, origin and history of the name Elisabeth

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    German and Dutch form of Elizabeth. It is also a variant English form, reflecting the spelling used in the Authorized Version of the New Testament. Family Tree · Details Swedish Elisabet ( Norwegian) Elisabet ( Danish) Elizabeth, Elsabeth, Elyzabeth ( English) Elizabeth ( Biblical)

  8. Elisabeth - Wiktionary

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    [1] Danskernes Navne, based on CPR data: 65 803 females with the given name Elisabeth, typically as a second given name, have been registered in Denmark between about 1890 (=the population alive in 1967) and January 2005, with the frequency peak in the 1910s. Accessed on 19 May 2011. Dutch [ edit] Dutch Wikipedia has an article on: Elisabeth

  9. Empress Elisabeth of Austria was a tragic beauty queen - History

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    Married at 16 to the emperor of Austria, Elisabeth—nicknamed Sisi—was a reluctant empress, struggling with royal life and sympathetic to the democratic struggles of the people in her new nation....

  10. Elizabeth (given name) - Wikipedia

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    In the early 21st century, 'Elizabeth' has been among the top 50 names given to girls in the past 10 years born in England and Wales, as well Canada and Australia, and has been in the top 100 most popular names given to baby girls born in Scotland and Ireland.

  11. Elizabeth - Wikipedia

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    Elizabeth (band), an American psychedelic rock/progressive rock band active from 1967 to 1970 Elisabeth (album), a 1990 album by Elisabeth Andreassen Elizabeth (Lisa album) Elizabeth, an album by Killah Priest "Elizabeth" (Ghost song) "Elizabeth" (The Statler Brothers song) Elizabeth (soundtrack), to the 1998 film Other uses [ edit]