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Old 11-17-2012, 08:53 AM
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Catherine's favourite daughter,Claude de France future Duchess of Lorraine was born on November 12th,1547.

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Catherine's favourite daughter,Claude de France future Duchess of Lorraine was born on November 12th,1547.

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Reading that wiki...did her daughter Anne really live to be 107 years old?
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Reading that wiki...did her daughter Anne really live to be 107 years old?
Ha,I never copped that,I would imagine it was typographical error and Anne of Lorraine died in 1576.
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A very fascinating woman who was manipulated by her family particularly her two uncles if what I have read is correct.
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A very fascinating woman who was manipulated by her family particularly her two uncles if what I have read is correct.
Poor Claude was married off as a pawn to the House of Lorraine

Which 2 uncles do you refer to?
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Old 11-19-2012, 04:41 PM
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Sorry, I meant the Guise brothers who were of course Uncles of Mary Stuart & not Catherine.
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Sorry, I meant the Guise brothers who were of course Uncles of Mary Stuart & not Catherine.
Those Guise brothers were really some of the most powerful men in France and from what I've read Catherine couldn't stand them

In particular the Cardinal of Lorraine was a constant thorn in her side!
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Royal Anniversary : March 27th,1615 -Death of Marguerite de Valois,Queen of Navarre,Duchess of Valois and of Auvergne.


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Royal Anniversary :9th of April,1578 - Death of Marie Élisabeth of France

The only surviving child of Charles IX and Elisabeth of Austria,she was a favourite of her grandmother,Catherine de Médicis.

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Royal Anniversary -April 13th,1519 :Birth of Catherine de Médicis



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Diane de Poitiers the mistress of Henri II died on the 25th of April 1566 at her beloved Château d'Anet.


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Discovery of a hairpin belonging to Queen Catherine at the chateau de Fontainebleau.

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Catherine's magnificent Book of Hours

Vidéo: Un album de portraits royaux : le Livre d'heures de Catherine de Médicis - Connaissancedesarts.com"
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I have read that Catherine de Medici was like an evil presence
dominating the French monarchy a malignant presence that eventually led to the French Revolution and the end of 1000 years of the French Monarchy while the British Monarchy went on and thrived............. even in the present day .

Of course there was the attack on the Knight Templars and the torture and murder of their leader by a former French King and that de Molay put a curse on the French Monarchy ......................

Eventually King Philip's Inquisitors succeeded in making Jacques de Molay confess to the charges.
On 18 March 1314, de Molay and de Charney, recanted their confessions, stating they were innocent of the charges and they were only guilty of betraying their Order by confessing under duress to something they had not done.
They were immediately found guilty of being relapsed heretics, for which the punishment was death.
This effectively silenced the other Templars. Philip continued to pressure and threaten the Pope to officially disband the Order, and things came to a dramatic end in 1314 with the public execution by burning of leader Jacques de Molay, and Geoffroi de Charney.
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Much has been written on Catherine and most of it not very nice,if anything Catherine is one of the most maligned historical figures and history has not been too kind to her.
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The various onscreen portrayals of Catherine de Médicis.

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Catherine de Médicis & the Ballet Comique de la Reine in 1581

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How Catherine de Medici Made Gloves Laced with Poison Fashionable


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Catherine introduced the lady's sidesaddle, ice cream, and ballets to France.
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I think it is sad that when a woman does disgusting things like Catherine did they are excused, blamed on men not being nice to her or something else. If a woman does shady things hold her accountable just like the men.
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