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The great infanta Isabel, sovereign of the Netherlands

by L. Klingenstein

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Published by Putnam in New York .
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    Subjects:
  • Isabel Clara Eugenia, Infanta of Spain, 1566-1633.,
  • Europe -- Politics and government -- 1517-1648.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby L. Klingenstein, with an introduction, by Edward Armstrong
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxxiii, 322 p.
    Number of Pages322
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL24181266M
    OCLC/WorldCa819605

    English: Isabella Clara Eugenia of Spain (* Aug in Segovia; † December 1, ) was Infanta of Spain, Archduchess of Austria and the joint sovereign of the Seventeen Provinces. In some sources, she is referred to as "Clara Isabella Eugenia". The designated regent of the kingdom was D. Ana's elder sister, Infanta Isabel Maria of Portugal, who was present in Lisbon. The marriage was not an elopement, as the royal family was aware of the couple's intention to marry and D. Ana's mother facilitated rather than sought to prevent the marriage before her daughter gave : John VI of Portugal and Brazil.

    Spanish Netherlands (Spanish: Países Bajos Españoles; Dutch: Spaanse Nederlanden; French: Pays-Bas espagnols, German: Spanische Niederlande) was the name for the Habsburg Netherlands ruled by the Spanish branch of the Habsburgs from to They were a collection of States of the Holy Roman Empire in the Low Countries held in personal union by the Spanish Crown (also called Capital: Brussels. THE CHARM OF THE SOVEREIGN WOOD. HARDWOOD MANUFACTURERS INSTITUTE J.H. TOWNSHEND. THE GREAT INFANTA Isabel Sovereign of the Netherlands L Klingenstein 1st ed. $ + $ Shipping. OAK - HARDWOOD MANUFACTURERS BOOK - CHARM OF THE SOVEREIGN WOOD. $ + $ Shipping. Long Live The King! George V King & Emperor, Prince Seller Rating: % positive.

    English: Infanta Isabella Clara Eugenia of Spain (Aug in Segovia - December 1, ) was Infanta of Spain, Archduchess of Austria and the joint sovereign of the Seventeen Provinces. In some sources, she is referred to as "Clara Isabella Eugenia". She was married to Country of citizenship: Belgium, Spain. This book focuses on the diffusion of architectural inventions from the Low Countries to other parts of Europe from the late fifteenth until the end of the seventeenth century. Multiple pathways connected the architecture of the Low Countries with the world, but a coherent analysis of .


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Excerpt from The Great Infanta Isabel Sovereign of the Netherlands In a rare engraving of Isabel, when she was sixty-five or sixty-six, the rounded cheeks have sunk, and the little chin has become prominent, but the eyes are as open and clear as ever, and the eyebrows as finely pencilled, while the long lips still turn up as if in the act to : L.

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Klingenstein. Isabella Clara Eugenia (Spanish: Isabel Clara Eugenia; 12 August – 1 December ), sometimes referred to as Clara Isabella Eugenia, was sovereign of the Spanish Netherlands in the Low Countries and the north of modern France with her husband, Archduke Albert VII of Austria.

Their reign is considered the Golden Age of the Spanish : Philip II of Spain. A coppie of the proclamation made by the illustrous Infanta Isabella Clara Eugenia, soueraigne princesse of the Netherlands, and the Countie of Burgundie.

Touching the defence, interdiction and restraint of all communication, dealing and trafficke wi Netherlands. Sovereign ( Albert and Isabella).

InInfanta Isabel Clara Eugenia (–), archduchess of Austria and governess general of the Spanish Netherlands, sent the first shipment of tapestries of Peter Paul Rubens’s The Triumph of the Eucharist series to the Royal Convent of the Discalced Clares in Madrid.

1 She had commissioned the cycle three years prior, and, appropriately for a convent that was home to the Author: Alexandra Libby. The great infanta Isabel, sovereign of the Netherlands by L Klingenstein (Book) The happy entraunce of the high borne Queene of Spaine, the Lady Margarit of Austria, in the renovvned citty of Ferrara.

Isabel, Princess of Asturias (20 DecemberMadrid – 22 AprilParis), eldest surviving child of Queen Isabel II. Historians attribute Infanta Isabel's paternity to José Ruiz de Arana y Saavedra (–), a young Spanish aristocratic and military officer, whose liaison with her mother appears to have lasted from to After Albert’s death (), sovereignty of the Spanish Netherlands reverted to Spain, and Isabella ruled as regent of the country for her nephew, King Philip IV of Spain, until her death.

Get exclusive access to content from our First Edition with your subscription. Infanta Isabel Maria of Braganza (Portuguese pronunciation: [izɐˈbɛɫ mɐˈɾiɐ]); Queluz, 4 July – Benfica, then Belém, 22 April was a Portuguese infanta (princess) daughter of King John VI of Portugal and his wife Carlota Joaquina of Spain.

She acted as regent for two : 4 JulyPalace of Queluz, Queluz, Portugal. Infanta Isabella Clara Eugenia of Spain, (12 August – 1 December ) was, together with her husband Archduke Albert VII of Austria, joint sovereign of the Spanish Netherlands in the Low Countries and the north of modern some sources, she is referred to as "Clara Isabella Eugenia".

She was the heir to the territories of the Spanish Netherlands and beloved of her nephew the. Commissioned in by the Archduchess and Infanta Isabel, Governor of the Spanish Netherlands, for a royal convent in Madrid, The Triumph of the Eucharist constitutes Rubens’s largest surviving program of church decoration—some twenty tapestries in all.5/5(2).

Books by genre: Nonfiction. Nonfiction is a genre which is entirely based on real facts. It can be full, complete story or just some notes of eyewitness about a concrete action. The Great Infanta Isabel, Sovereign of the Netherlands. Klingenstein, L. The Great Infanta Isabel, Sovereign of the by Klingenstein, L.

7 / This collection of fourteen essays is the first in-depth study of the Infanta from her childhood at the court in Spain to her death as widowed governess of the Spanish territories in the Low Countries since Countess Hennequin de Villermont’s voluminous biography of Isabel. Infanta Maria Antónia of Portugal (Portuguese: Maria Antónia Adelaide Camila Carolina Eulália Leopoldina Sofia Inês Francisca de Assis e de Paula Micaela Rafaela Gabriela Gonzaga Gregória Bernardina Benedita Andrea; 28 November – 14 May ) was the seventh and last child of Miguel of Portugal and Adelaide of Löwenstein-Wertheim-Rosenberg.

THE GREAT INFANTA"* is the story of Isabel, the elder daughter of Philip II. of Spain, who, as joint sovereign with her husband, the Archduke Albert of Austria, became ruler of the Spanish.Isabel Clara Eugenia, Infanta of Spain; Netherlands.

Sovereign ( Albert and Isabella) Publisher: Imprinted at London: By [Edward Allde for] Iohn Wolfe, and are to be solde at his shop in Popes head Alley, neere the Exchange, Edition/Format: eBook: Document: Government publication: EnglishView all editions and formats: Rating.Charles Emmanuel, duke of Savoy, had married Philip the Second's second daughter Catharine.

The eldest daughter, the Infanta Isabel Clara Eugenia, sovereign of the Netherlands, claimed the crown of England through her father, and the crown of France through her mother, Elizabeth of Valois, Philip's third wife.

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