1477–1514, wife of Maximilian I of Austria 1490–91; queen consort of Charles VIII of France 1491–98; queen consort of Louis XII of France 1499–1514.
Anne (“Acton Bell”) 1820–49, English novelist. her sister, Charlotte (“Currer Bell”) 1816–55, English novelist. her sister, Emily Jane (“Ellis Bell”) 1818–48, English novelist. Historical Examples I firmly believe that this campaign will give us peace, and then we will set off for bronte. Drake, Nelson and Napoleon Walter Runciman bronte was the forge of Cyclops, […]
- Anne de beaujeu
. (Anne de Beaujeu) 1460–1522, daughter of Louis XI of France: regent during the minority of her brother Charles VIII 1483–91. Historical Examples He was then aged only thirteen, and was still governed by his elder sister, Anne de Beaujeu. Renaissance in Italy, Volume 1 (of 7) John Addington Symonds Incidents of another sort occurred […]
- Anne of denmark
1574–1619, queen consort of James I of England. noun 1574–1619, wife (from 1589) of James I of England and VI of Scotland
Anne [an;; French an] /æn;; French an/ (Show IPA), Duc de, 1493–1567, French marshal: constable of France 1537. Historical Examples He is accompanied by his wife Alyx of Montmorency, who only recently joined her husband in Languedoc. The Iron Pincers Eugne Sue I mean, sir, the addition to our family alliances of a Montmorency. The […]