(Sophia Augusta of Anhalt-Zerbst”Catherine the Great”) 1729–96, empress of Russia 1762–96.
His room was adorned with some poor pictures, among which was an engraving of Catherine II.
The Siberian Overland Route from Peking to Petersburg, Alexander Michie
At one time its publication was forbidden, when Catherine II.
Old and New Paris, v. 2 Henry Sutherland Edwards
The arrival of Catherine II and her mother gave him no pleasure; it was the secret work of the faction opposed to him.
Memoirs of the Empress Catherine II. Catherine II, Empress of Russia
With all her recklessness, dissipation, and indelicacy, Catherine II.
Due North or Glimpses of Scandinavia and Russia Maturin M. Ballou
This ethnological variety is the result of a policy inaugurated by Catherine II.
Russia Donald Mackenzie Wallace
Catherine II saw that there must be a preparation for this emancipation.
The Modern Woman’s Rights Movement Kaethe Schirmacher
His opportunity came in 1788, when the political complications arising out of his war with Catherine II.
Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 12, Slice 6 Various
There are only two great sovereigns with whom she can be compared,–Catherine II.
Beacon Lights of History, Volume VIII John Lord
We see every detail of the life of a backwoodsman of the days of Catherine II.
An Outline of Russian Literature Maurice Baring
She was relieved of actual want by means of this work, which gained for her a pension from Catherine II.
Women of Modern France (Illustrated) Hugo Paul Thieme (1870-1940)
- Catherine of Alexandria
Saint, a.d. c310, Christian martyr.
- Catherine of Aragon
1485–1536, first queen consort of Henry VIII of England (mother of Mary I of England). noun 1485–1536, first wife of Henry VIII of England and mother of Mary I. The annulment of Henry’s marriage to her (1533) against papal authority marked an initial stage in the English Reformation
- Catherine of Braganza
1638–1705, queen consort of Charles II of England, born in Portugal. noun 1638–1705, wife of Charles II of England, daughter of John IV of Portugal
- Catherine of Siena
Saint, 1347–80, Italian ascetic and mystic. noun Saint. 1347–80, Italian mystic and ascetic; patron saint of the Dominican order. Feast day: April 29