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|Marquerite de Valois. Marguerite of Valois. Etching by Mercier. Memoirs of |
Marguerite de Valois, Queen of Navarre, Written by.
|careful as they died to bave their hearts embalmed. This farthingale hung every |
night from a hook which was secured by a padlock behind the headboard of her
bed. (Talle- maut Dea lleaux, History of Marguerite of Valois.) 1Fair duchess, your
|Some recent writers have called attention to the Discours docte et subtil attributed |
to Marguerite of Valois as an example of Marguerite's feminism, but this is to
confuse Marguerite of Navarre (1492-1549), who was also called Marguerite of ...
|The attempted Reformation in France is the background to the marriage of Henri |
of Navarre (1553–1610), who became Henri IV of France, and Marguerite of
Valois. Marguerite belonged to the Catholic royal house: she was the daughter of
|... but rather assimilated to the generous character of the Valois princesses, of |
which her great aunt, Marguerite of Valois, Queen of Navarre, and her own sister,
Marguerite of Valois, afterwards wife to Henry the Great, are noted instances.
|It is said "Marguerite of Valois, both before and after her marriage with the King of |
Navarre, though she required no aid of art, being singularly beautiful, and yet she
often wore false hair and paint. One of the Queen of Navarre's gowns was ...
|Jeanne, for reasonsof policy, had arranged a marriagebetween her sonand the |
Princess Marguerite of Valois, sister to the French King Charles IX.The
coincidence in names was strikinga second Henri of Navarre to marry a second
|MARGUERITE OF VALOIS AT THE CORONATION OF MARIE DE MEDICI After a |
portion of the painting by P. P. Rubens Marguerite of Valois, first wife of Henry IV,
was famous for her beauty, talents and profligacy. The marriage was a political ...