John of Austria
biographical name 1547-1578 Don John Spanish general

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • John of Austria — Don John of Austria redirects here. For the opera by Isaac Nathan, see Don John of Austria (opera). For other people named John of Austria, see John of Austria (disambiguation). John of Austria House …   Wikipedia

  • John of Austria — ( Don John ) 1547? 78, Spanish naval commander and general: victor at the battle of Lepanto. * * * …   Universalium

  • John of Austria — /ˈɒstriə/ (say ostreeuh) noun ( Don John ), 1547–78, Spanish naval commander and general; victor at the battle of Lepanto …   Australian English dictionary

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  • John of Austria the Younger — between 1677 and 1679.He was recognized as the natural son of Philip IV of Spain. His mother was an actress, Maria Calderon, or Calderona. Scandal accused her of a prodigality of favors which must have rendered the paternity of Don John very… …   Wikipedia

  • Don John of Austria (opera) — A portrait of the historical figure John of Austria Don John of Austria is a ballad opera in three acts by Isaac Nathan to a libretto by Jacob Levi Montefiore (1819–1885). It is the first opera to be written, composed and produced in A …   Wikipedia

  • John of Victring — • Chronicler, b. probably between 1270 and 1280; d. at Victring, Austria, 12 November, 1347 Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. John of Victring     John of Victring      …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • John of Viktring — (btw. 1270 1280 November 12, 1347) was an Austrian chronicler and political advisor to the rulers of Carinthia. He is also known as Johannes Victorensis, Johannes de Victoria, John of Victring, Johann von Viktring, or Jo(h)annes… …   Wikipedia

  • John of Bohemia — King of Bohemia John I, as Count of Luxemburg. Reign 1310–1346 Born August 10, 1296 …   Wikipedia

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