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  • Britannica, Volume 5 Catherine de' Medici 11763441911 Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 5 — Catherine de' Medici CATHERINE DE' MEDICI (1519-1589), queen
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  • Volume 3 Catherine de' Medici by Pierre-Louis-Théophile-Georges Goyau 96821Catholic Encyclopedia (1913), Volume 3 Catherine de' Medici
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  • on the Seashore The Red Inn The Elixir of Life Maitre Cornelius Catherine de Medici The Calvinist Martyr The Ruggieri's Secret The Two Dreams Louis
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  • St. Catherine Catherine de' Medici St. Catherine de' Ricci St. Catherine of Alexandria St. Catherine of Bologna St. Catherine of Genoa St. Catherine of
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  • (Carcassum) Catherine de' Medici Diocese of Châlons-sur-Marne Archdiocese of Chambéry (Camberium) Diocese of Chartres Etienne-François, Duc de Choiseul Diocese
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  • the 24th of August 1572. The initiative for the crime rests with Catherine de' Medici. Irritated and disquieted by the growing influence of Admiral Coligny
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  • III. of France, is meant. He was the third son of Henri II. and Catherine de Medici, and was born at Fontainebleau 1551. On the death of his brother
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  • Clement VII for the marriage of the Duc d'Orléans (Henri II) and Catherine de' Medici. He obtained permission for the translation of his episcopal see
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  • constable de Montmorency went so far as to assert that of all the children of Henry II. Diane was the only one who resembled him. Catherine deMedici was greatly
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  • with Margaret, sister of Francis I. It was given as a jointure to Catherine de' Medici in 1559, and as an appanage to her son Francis in 1566. It was pawned
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  • tome de 1'architecture de Philibert de L'Orme". In 1564 he laid the foundations of the historic château of the Tuileries for Catherine de' Medici. The
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  • which included many valuable diamonds. He was well received by Catherine deMedici, who had a claim of her own on the crown of Portugal, and looked
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  • took this son to France, where he became a page in the service of Catherine deMedici, wife of King Henry II. In due time he entered the military service
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  • Pompadour, du Barry, etc., and "Les reines de la main droite" (Paris, 1856-1864), 6 vols., sketches of Catherine de' Medici, Elizabeth of England, and Maria Theresa
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  • Cathelineau, Jacques Catherine, Saint Catherine I. Catherine II. Catherine de' Medici Catherine of Aragon Catherine of Braganza Catherine of Valois Cathetus
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  • Catbird Caterpillar Catfish Cathay Catherine de Medici Catherine of Aragon Catherine II Catherine Howard Catherine Parr. Cathode Rays Catholic University
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  • 1585; d. 21 Jan., 1644. His father was was private secretary to Catherine de Medici, his mother was a native of Blois. After a liberal education Ménard
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  • CONTENTS. I. Catherine de Medicis and her Times. By the author of "Mirabeau," etc., Temple Bar, 259 II. Fated to be Free. By Jean Ingelow, Part X., Good
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  • novelist (q.v.). Her eldest s., Thomas Adolphus, wrote The Girlhood of Catherine de Medici, a History of Florence, and Life of Pius IX., and some novels.
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  • tile-kiln). The palace was commenced in 1654 as a residence for Catherine de Medici, and was enlarged by Henry IV and by Louis XIV, the attached grounds
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