Isabella II


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Isabella II

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(Biography) 1830–1904, queen of Spain (1833–68), whose accession precipitated the first Carlist war (1833–39). She was deposed in a revolution
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For example, the tiara given by Queen Isabella II of Spain to Pius IV in the 19th century -- cloth of silver embroidered with gold metal thread, is studded with 19,000 precious stones, most of them diamonds.
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QUEEN OF SPAIN from the age of three, Isabella II abdicated after thirty-six years of more or less ceaseless turmoil, and spent almost half her life in exile in France, though she characteristically never learned to speak French properly.