4 edition of later years of Catherine de" Medici found in the catalog.
later years of Catherine de" Medici
Edith Helen Sichel
Bibliography: p. 434-436.
|Statement||by Edith Sichel.|
|LC Classifications||DC119.8 .S57 1969|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 446 p.|
|Number of Pages||446|
|LC Control Number||72438218|
Catherine de Medici by Leonie Frieda Weidenfeld & Nicholson £20, pp On the night of 24 August , a screaming mob rampaged through Paris's narrow streets on a murderous hunt for Huguenots. Catherine de Medici (born Caterina Maria Romola di Lorenzo de Medici; Ap January 5, ) was a member of the powerful Italian Medici family who became queen consort of France through her marriage to King Henry II.
Scholarly but lively biography of the Italian-born queen who ruled France as regent during 30 years of bitter religious warfare. Catherine (–89) was only 14 when she married the French Dauphin (crowned Henri II in ), but she’d already been very nearly murdered by opponents of her cousin Pope Clement VII. One book that I relied on for my own research was The Later Years of Catherine de Medici. Heading in another direction is The Girlhood of Catherine de Medici. I never read it, but since you can download it for free at , you won’t be out much in the process.
Catherine de' Medici was married to the French King Henry II (– ) and was mother and regent (one who governs a kingdom in the absence of the real ruler) of three other kings—Francis II (–), Charles IX (–), and Henry III (–). CATHERINE DE' MEDICI (), queen of France, the wife of one French king and the mother of three, was born at Florence in She was a daughter of Lorenzo II. de' Medici and a French princess, Madeleine de la Tour d'Auvergne. Having lost both her parents at an early age, Catherine was sent to a convent to be educated; and she was only fourteen when she was married () at Marseilles.
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Poisoner, despot, necromancer -- the dark legend of Catherine de Medici is centuries old. In this critically hailed biography, Leonie Frieda reclaims the story of this unjustly maligned queen to reveal a skilled ruler battling extraordinary political and personal odds -- from a troubled childhood in Florence to her marriage to Henry, son of King Francis I of France; from her transformation of Cited by: 7.
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Books shelved as catherine-de-medici: The Confessions of Catherine de Medici by C.W. Gortner, The Devil's Queen: A Novel of Catherine de Medici by Jeanne. They were guilty, “this crowd of pleasure-seeking Italians who followed Catherine de’ Medici to the court”.
Three years later, the second entry “Cuisine”, which we owe to the pen of the chevalier de Jaucourt, implicitly transformed into cooks, part of the Italians who came with Catherine: “at that time, the chefs from beyond the.
Inyear-old Catherine de Medici arrived in France to marry the future king Henri II; over the next 16 years, she endured the dominance of Henri's mistress, Diane de Poitiers, and the disdain of courtiers for her family's merchant background/5.
texts All Books All Texts latest This Just In Smithsonian Libraries FEDLINK (US) Genealogy Lincoln Collection. National Emergency Library. Top The later years of Catherine de' Medici by Sichel, Edith Helen, Publication date Topics. In these lectures a distinguished authority gives us a vivid picture of the issues and personalities of the period of the Religious Wars.
By his suggested analogies between this period and our own time, Sir John Neale makes more real understanding of the complex intermingling of theological and political forces in the age of Catherine de Medici/5(3).
Catherine Fletcher, The Black Prince of Florence: The Spectacular Life and Treacherous World of Alessandro de' Medici (Oxford University Press, ) Ruler of Florence for seven bloody years, toAlessandro de' Medici was arguably the first person of color to serve as a head of state in the Western world.
Born out of wedlock to a dark-skinned maid and Lorenzo de' Medici, he was the. Inyear-old Catherine de Medici arrived in France to marry the future king Henri II; over the next 16 years, she endured the dominance of Henri's mistress, Diane de Poitiers, and the disdain of courtiers for her family's merchant background/5(13).
Catherine de Medici Madame Serpent/The Italian Woman/Queen Jezebel. by Jean Plaidy. Ratings 5 Reviews published 3 editions. Later years of Catherine de' Medici. London, A. Constable & co., ltd., (OCoLC) Named Person: Catherine de Médicis, Queen consort of Henry II King of France; Catherine de Médicis, Queen consort of Henry II King of France; Catherine de Médicis, Queen consort of Henry II King of France: Material Type: Internet resource: Document.
Later years of Catherine de' Medici. New York, Dutton, (OCoLC) Named Person: Catherine de Médicis, Queen consort of Henry II King of France; Catherine de Médicis, Queen consort of Henry II King of France: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Edith Helen Sichel.
Audio Books & Poetry Community Audio Computers, Technology and Science Music, Arts & Culture News & Public Affairs Non-English Audio Spirituality & Religion. Librivox Free Audiobook. Divine Complexion with your host Andrea Calle Definitely Sober City and County of Denver. Catherine de Medici came to France at the age of fourteen to marry Henri, Duke of Orleans, later known as King Henri II.
She was not a princess, in fact she not of royal blood at all. Instead, Catherine was the daughter of wealthy Italian merchants. Her father was Lorenzo II de Medici and her mother was named Madeleine de la Tour d' Auvergne.
Later years of Catherine de' Medici. London, A. Constable & Co., (DLC) (OCoLC) Named Person: Catherine de Médicis, Queen consort of Henry II King of France; Catherine de Médicis, Queen consort of Henry II King of France: Material Type: Document, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File.
The House of Medici (English: / ˈ m ɛ d ɪ tʃ i / MED-i-chee or UK: / m ə ˈ d iː tʃ i / mə-DEE-chee, Italian: [ˈmɛːditʃi]) was an Italian banking family and political dynasty that first began to gather prominence under Cosimo de' Medici in the Republic of Florence during the first half of the 15th century.
The family originated in the Mugello region of Tuscany, and prospered. Later years of Catherine de' Medici. London, Dawsons, (OCoLC) Named Person: Catherine de Médicis, Queen consort of Henry II King of France; Catherine de Médicis, reine épouse d'Henri II roi de France; Catherine de Médicis, Queen consort of Henry II King of France: Material Type: Biography: Document Type: Book.
The Confessions of Catherine de Medici takes us back to the 16th century. Catherine was descended from the famous Medici family of Floence ed in infancy. Early life. Catherine was the daughter of Lorenzo di Piero de’ Medici, duca di Urbino, and Madeleine de La Tour d’Auvergne, a Bourbon princess related to many of the French ed within days, Catherine was highly educated, trained, and disciplined by nuns in Florence and Rome and married in by her uncle, Pope Clement VII, to Henry, duc d’Orléans, who inherited the.The Later Years of Catherine de' Medici | This work has been selected by scholars as being culturally important, and is part of the knowledge base of civilization as we know it.
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