Anne of Austria
biographical name 1601-1666 consort of Louis XIII of France regent (1643-51) for her son Louis XIV

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  • Anne of Austria — 1601 66; wife of Louis XIII of France: regent (1643 61) during minority of Louis XIV …   English World dictionary

  • Anne of Austria — For the queen consort of Sigismund III of Poland, see Anna of Austria (1573 1598) : For the queen consort of Philip II of Spain, see Anna of Austria (1549 1580): For other women named Anne of Austria, see Anna of Austria (disambiguation)Infobox… …   Wikipedia

  • Anne of Austria — 1601 66, queen consort of Louis XIII of France: regent during minority of her son Louis XIV. * * * born Sept. 22, 1601, Valladolid, Spain died Jan. 20, 1666, Paris, France Queen consort (1615–43) of Louis XIII of France and regent (1643–51) for… …   Universalium

  • Anne of Austria — (1601 1666)    queen of France    The queen of France, Anne of Austria was born in Valladolid, the daughter of Philip III, king of Spain, and Marguerite of Austria. In 1615, she married louis x III of France and they had two sons (Louis XIV and… …   France. A reference guide from Renaissance to the Present

  • Anne of Austria — Anne′ of Aus′tria n. big 1601–66, queen consort of Louis XIII of France: regent during the minority of her son Louis XIV …   From formal English to slang

  • ANNE OF AUSTRIA —    the daughter of Philip III. of Spain, wife of Louis XIII., and mother of Louis XIV., became regent on the death of her husband, with Cardinal Mazarin for minister; during the minority of her son, triumphed over the Fronde; retired to a convent …   The Nuttall Encyclopaedia

  • Anne of Austria — noun 1601–66, queen of Louis XIII of France; regent during minority of her son Louis XIV …   Australian English dictionary

  • Anne of Austria — 1601 66, queen consort of Louis XIII of France: regent during minority of her son Louis XIV …   Useful english dictionary

  • Anne of Bohemia (disambiguation) — Anne of Bohemia may refer to:* Anna of Bohemia (1204 ndash;1265), Duchess consort of Silesia * Anna I of Bohemia (1290 1313), eldest surviving daughter of Venceslaus II of Bohemia, first wife of Henry of Carinthia, 1306 10 king of Bohemia * Anna… …   Wikipedia

  • Anne of Świdnica — ( pl. Anna Świdnicka, de. Anna von Schweidnitz und Jauer, cs. Anna Svídnická) (1339 ndash; July 11, 1362 in Prague) was a Queen of Bohemia, a German Queen, and an Empress of the Holy Roman Empire. She was the third wife of Emperor Charles IV.Anne …   Wikipedia

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