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  Anne of Denmark.
Anne of Denmark, queen consort of King James I of England, was born in 1574, daughter of King Frederick II of Denmark and Norway.
Anne of Denmark passed away on March 4 1619 at Hampton Court Palace, and was buried in Westminster Abbey.
Anne of Denmark: Wife of James VI of Scotland, James I of England.
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 Anne of Denmark - LoveToKnow 1911
of Denmark and Norway and of Sophia, daughter of Ulric III., duke of Mecklenburg, was born on the 1 2 th of December 1574.
Anne took advantage of his absence to demand possession of the prince, and, on the "flat refusal" of the countess of Mar, fell into a passion, the violence of which occasioned a miscarriage and endangered her life.
Anne died after a long illness on the 2nd of March 1619, and was buried in Westminster Abbey.
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 Anne of Denmark - Information from Reference.com
Anne of Denmark (12 December 1574–2 March 1619) was queen consort of King James I of England and VI of Scotland.
Anne was born on 12 December 1574 at the castle of Skanderborg, on the Jutland Peninsula in the Kingdom of Denmark.
Anne was sent with her older sister Elizabeth to be raised at Güstrow, in Germany, by her maternal grandparents, the duke and duchess of Mecklenburg.
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 Anne of Denmark - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Anne of Denmark (October 14, 1574 – March 4, 1619) was queen consort of King James I of England and VI of Scotland.
She was a daughter of Frederick II of Denmark and Norway and Sophia of Mecklenburg-Schwerin.
Anne of Denmark died at Hampton Court Palace aged 44 and was buried in Westminster Abbey.
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Anne of Denmark (12 December 1574–2 March 1619) was queen consort of King James I of England and VI of Scotland.
Anne was born on 12 December 1574 at the castle of Skanderborg, on the Jutland Peninsula in the Kingdom of Denmark.
Anne was sent with her older sister Elizabeth to be raised at Güstrow, in Germany, by her maternal grandparents, the duke and duchess of Mecklenburg.
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 Anne of Great Britain - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Anne was the last monarch of the House of Stuart; she was succeeded by a second-cousin, George I, of the House of Hanover.
Henceforth Anne signs herself in her letters to Lady Marlborough as "your poor unfortunate" as well as "faithful Morley." In default of her own issue, Anne's personal choice would probably have inclined at this time to her father or to a member of his family, which was then at St Germain.
The reign of Anne was marked by an increase in the influence of ministers and a decrease in the influence of the Crown.
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 Monarchs Buried at Westminster Abbey
He was crowned James VI of Scotland in 1567 and in 1589 married Anne, daughter of the King of Denmark.
Anne of Denmark died of dropsy on 2 March 1619 and after lying in state at Somerset House her funeral took place in the Abbey on 13 May. The head of her wooden funeral effigy can still be seen in the Abbey Museum.
Her grave in the south eastern area of the Lady Chapel is marked by a modern stone “ANNE OF DENMARK QUEEN OF KING JAMES 1st 1619”;.
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 Denmark
Anne of Denmark (1574-1619) Queen consort of James VI of Scotland (from 1603 James I of Great Britain).
She was the daughter of Frederick II of Denmark and Norway, and married James in 1589.
Christian III (1503-59), king of Denmark and Norway (1534-59), the son of Frederick I. Christian established Lutheranism as the state religion in all his dominions, defeating a strong Roman Catholic opposition and confiscating the lands and properties of the church.
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 Anne of Great Britain
Anne was the second daughter of King James II of England from his first, Protestant, wife.
Since Anne was preoccupied much of the time with her many pregnancies and poor health, the business of government increasingly passed into the hands of ministers who, while appointed by Anne, were more and more responsible to the House of Commons rather than to her personally.
Anne was the last British monarch to refuse her assent to an Act of Parliament (a militia bill in 1707).
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 Anne of Great Britain help – Wiki at Help.com   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Anne (6 February 1665 – 1 August 1714) became Queen of England, Scotland and Ireland on 8 March 1702.
Anne was the last monarch of the House of Stuart; she was succeeded by a second cousin, George I, of the House of Hanover.
The failure of both Anne and her sister to produce a child who could survive into adulthood precipitated a succession crisis, for, in the absence of a Protestant heir, the Roman Catholic James Francis Edward Stuart (the "Old Pretender"), son of James II, could attempt to claim the throne.
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 Anne of Denmark Feature Page on Undiscovered Scotland   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Anne was born at Skanderborg Castle in Denmark, the daughter of Frederick II of Denmark and Norway, and Sophia of Mecklenburg-Schwerin.
Anne did, however, accompany James to London in 1603, and they were crowned King and Queen of England together on 25 July in Windsor Castle: though during the ceremony Anne again caused considerable disquiet by refusing to take Anglican Communion.
Anne died on 4 March 1619 at Hampton Court Palace, and was later buried in Westminster Abbey.
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 World InfoZone - Denmark Facts
Denmark is one of the Nordic countries (Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway, and Sweden).
Anne of Denmark married James VI of Scotland and I of England (1589).
Denmark is one of the Baltic Sea States.
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 ::Anne of Denmark::
Anne of Denmark was the wife of James I, the first of the Stuart monarchs.
Anne also ensured that her eldest son, Henry, heir to the throne, was equally lavished with gifts and symbols of what James called 'magnificence'.
The early death of Henry in 1612 meant that Anne's second son, Charles, became the heir to the throne.
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 Anne of Denmark HN4266
Anne of Denmark (October 14, 1574 March 4, 1619) was queen consort of King James I of England and VI of Scotland.
Anne was the daughter of King Frederick II of Denmark and Norway and Sophia of Mecklenburg-Gstrow.
Anne was brought to Scotland and crowned queen on May 17, 1590, at Holyrood Abbey.
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 The Diary of Anne Frank (1959)   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Continuity: After Anne spells milk over the coat, she starts to clean the chair and puts the glass back on the table.
Anne Frank: I still believe, in spite of everything, that people are really good at heart.
Although Audrey Hepburn was very interested in the part (as was Stevens in her) Stevens finally decided that it would be more effective to use a fresh actor--one with whom the public would have no pre-conceptions.
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 Denmark HQ : Anne Of Denmark
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 Anne of Denmark
A portrait like this may have belonged to a courtier, or might have been sent as a gift to a friendly foreign court, especially if a royal marriage was being considered.
Anne of Denmark, the cultured and extravagant wife of James I, here wears a white dress, the lower part of which is supported on a 'farthingale'.
Around her neck are the pearls which had belonged to Elizabeth I. We know that the portrait was painted in about 1605, because in or before 1609 the Queen gave up the piled up hair style which we see here.
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 Anne-Marie of Greece - Phantis
Her Majesty Queen Anne-Marie of Greece (born Amalienborg Palace, Copenhagen, Denmark, 30 August 1946) is the wife of former King Constantine II of Greece, who was deposed by a military coup in 1967.
Born Princess Anne-Marie of Denmark, she is the youngest daughter of King Frederick IX of Denmark and his wife, the former Ingrid of Sweden.
Princess Anne-Marie of Denmark was married on 18 September 1964 in Athens to Constantine II, who was King of Greece from 1964 until 1973.
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 Rescue of the Danish Jews
Against the entry for Denmark is the figure 5,600-the inaccurate Nazi estimate of the number of Jews in Denmark.
Denmark was a small idyllic country of 4 million people, with a history of taking in immigrants from countries such as Germany, Holland, Sweden, and Poland.
King Christian X' grandchild, Denmark's Queen Margrethe II, was the patron of the events marking the 50th anniversary of the rescue operation of Danish Jews.
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 Anne of Denmark - Free net encyclopedia
Anne of Denmark (October 14, 1574 – March 4, 1619) was queen consort of King James I of England and VI of Scotland.
She was a daughter of Frederick II of Denmark and Norway and Sophia of Mecklenburg-Schwerin.
In August 1589, she was married, by proxy, to James, the young king of Scotland, and their actual wedding ceremony took place in Oslo, Norway, on November 23 of that year.
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 Anne Marie Vessel   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Anne Marie Vessel Schlüter was born in 1949 in Denmark.
She trained at the Ballet School of the Royal Danish Theatre, became an apprentice in 1965, and in 1967 she was engaged as a dancer by the Royal Danish Ballet.
Anne Marie Vessel Schlüter started to teach in 1979 and in 1988 she was appointed Director of the Ballet School at the Royal Danish Theatre.
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 Anne Schmidt Hansen
Anne's parents were Peder Jessen Schmidt and Olena Andersen, and Anne was one of twelve children.
Anne was born in Aastrup, Denmark on November 15, 1888.
Anne was allowed to stay home from school when helping her mother, but generally, the rule was that a student would pay 3 øre the first day he missed and 6 øre the next.
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King JAMES I of England (James VI of Scotland was born in 1566 in Edinburgh, Scotland.
He was married to Princess Anne of Denmark in 1589.
Princess Anne of Denmark was born in 1574.
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 Humanity In Action - Anne Frank
HIA Denmark and the Anne Frank museum in Amsterdam is currently joint-venturing in connection with a new version of the international exhibition Anne Frank — a story for out time.
With the help of teachers and staff from the Anne Frank museum, the students are given the responsibility of putting up the exhibition at their school, and working with the related issues.
The Anne Frank museum is currently expanding the project to other countries, and the idea of challenging students to independent reflection and positioning suits the goals of the Danish educational system very well.
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 16Beaver in Denmark
The war that the US government is launching on the Iraqi people as well as on its OWN population is one location where this division is evident, first world vs third world, western world vs Arab world etc. then first class vs. second class vs. third class citizens and so on...
In Denmark this tendency has led to give and take politics and a give and take community where there is no place, on the face of it, for solidarity in political thinking or in (and between) human actions (Solidarity: A sense of connection and sympathy with, and will to help or support, others = cohesiveness).
Anne Marie Helger (comedian, social critic) (Denmark)[1] The spontaneous liberty or the spontaneous community should be understood as unconditional liberty or unconditional community, where there is no talk of proviso - as in the unconditional hospitality (Derrida).
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 Anne of Denmark and the subversions of masquing Criticism - Find Articles
She was able to make these limited, and perhaps partly unconscious, gestures of resistance because several circumstances allowed her some space for self-affirmation and self-assertion.(5) Anne's pride in her own Danish royal family provided a counterweight to the ideology of Jacobean patriarchy.
Queen Anne made her chief contribution to Jacobean culture by her participation in the creation and development of the Court Masque.
In consequence, James is displaced as the exclusive locus of power and virtue by language and symbolic actions that exalt the Queen and her ladies--and by extension, women generally.
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 Amazon.com: Anne of Denmark: Wife of James VI of Scotland, James I of England: Books: Ethel Carleton Williams   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Anne of Denmark: Wife of James VI of Scotland, James I of England (Unknown Binding)
Anne of Denmark, wife of James VI & I, has not inspired very many biographers and historians in comparison with her predecessor, Elizabeth I, and her successor, Henrietta Maria.
This biography does a good job of detailing Anne's life as a princess in Denmark, in particular where she was during those years and her relationship with her parents and grandparents.
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