Henrietta Maria


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Henrietta Maria

(ˌhɛnrɪˈɛtə məˈriːə)
n
(Biography) 1609–69, queen of England (1625–49), the wife of Charles I; daughter of Henry IV of France. Her Roman Catholicism contributed to the unpopularity of the crown in the period leading to the Civil War
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My lord, the Queen Henrietta Maria, accompanied by an English noble, is entering the Palais Royal at this moment.
For Prynne one of the great horrors of the stage was the introduction of actresses from France by Henrietta Maria, to take the place of young [84] male actors of whom Dr.
Abraham Cowley, a youthful prodigy and always conspicuous for intellectual power, was secretary to Queen Henrietta Maria after her flight to France and later was a royalist spy in England.
uk 6 LEWTRENCHARD MANOR, LEWDOWN SLEEP in a four-poster bed that once belonged to Charles I's queen, Henrietta Maria, at this ambitious rebuild of a Jacobean manor.
uk 6 MANOR, LEWDOWN SLEEP in a four-poster bed that once belonged Charles I's queen, Henrietta Maria, at this ambitious rebuild of a Jacobean manor.
1669: Henrietta Maria, French wife of Charles I of England, died near Paris.
After Charles II's restoration, her served as chaplain to Henrietta Maria, Charles I's wife,and Catherine Braganza, Charles II's wife.
On Display: Henrietta Maria and the Materials of Magnificence at the Stuart Court
Henrietta Maria, Queen Consort of Charles I and sister of the French king Louis XIII, embraced these opportunities for display with particular flair and this is illustrated in Erin Griffey's sumptuous book On Display, Henrietta Maria and the Materials of Magnificence at the Stuart Court.
Queen Anne's grandparents, Charles I and Henrietta Maria, were great lovers of the arts.
These exchanges are discussed using well-documented instances, the first of which was the arrival of Henrietta Maria in England.
The Earl, greeting Henrietta Maria on her disembarkation from France and en route to nuptials with Charles I, was accompanied by a kinsman with the resonantly Irish name of Bryan O'Flaherty.