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  St. Peter's - Monument to Maria Sobieski
Maria Clementina Sobieska (1702-1735) is one of three women honored with monuments in the basilica.
Under the next arch on the right is the Monument to Maria Clementina Sobieska (1702-1735), niece of King John II or Poland, who in 1719 married the Pretender to the throne of England, James III Stuart.
The monument to Queen Clementina (wife of King James III and VIII) is in the left aisle of St. Peter's Basilica immediately opposite the Monument to the Stuart Kings.
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  Maria Clementina Sobieski: Definition and Links by Encyclopedian.com
Maria Clementina Sobieski (in Polish Maria Klementyna Sobieska), (1702-1735), Polish princess who was born on July 18, 1702 in Poland, the daughter of Poland’s Crown Prince James Louis Henry Sobieski, (1667-1736), and Hedwig Elisabeth Amelia de Baviere Pfalz-Neuburg[?], (1673-1722).
Maria Klementyna and James Stuart were formally married on September 3, 1719 at Montefiascone[?], Italy in the Cathedral of Santa Margherita.
Maria Klementyna died at the early age of 32 on January 18, 1735.
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  Maria Clementina Sobieski
Maria Clementina Sobieski (in Polish Maria Klementyna Sobieska), (1702-1735), Polish princess who was born on July 18, 1702 in Poland, the daughter of Poland’s Crown Prince James Louis Henry Sobieski, (1667-1736), and Hedwig Elisabeth Amelia de Baviere Pfalz-Neuburg[?], (1673-1722).
Maria Klementyna and James Stuart were formally married on September 3, 1719 at Montefiascone[?], Italy in the Cathedral of Santa Margherita.
Maria Klementyna died at the early age of 32 on January 18, 1735.
www.ebroadcast.com.au /lookup/encyclopedia/ma/Maria_Clementina_Sobieski.html   (374 words)

  
 Tomb of Maria Clementina Sobieski by BRACCI, Pietro
Tomb of Maria Clementina Sobieski by BRACCI, Pietro
In 1744 Bracci executed the sculptural groups for the tomb of Maria Clementina Sobieski, conceived of by the architect Filippo Barigioni.
In the Clementina Sobieski tomb, what is striking is the balance between the different materials (the great alabaster cloth, the white marble of the figures, and the gilded bronze of the crown and flame), which compete in forming the compositional unity held together by the Berninian type of invention of Barigioni.
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 Courtly Lives - House of Sobieski (gen 8 - 9)
Marek Sobieski (1549-1605) was the son of Jan Sobieski (1518-1564) and Katarzyna Gdeszynska (1531-1600).
King Jan III Sobieski, King of Poland (1629-1696) was born at Olesko, near Lwow, as the second son of Jakub and Maria Sobieski.
Maria Clementina discovered James' affair with the Dutchess of Inverness, and on November 1725, she entered the convent at Santa Cecilia.
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 News | Gainesville.com | The Gainesville Sun | Gainesville, Fla.   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Maria Clementina and James Stuart were formally married on September 3 1719 at Montefiascone, Italy in the Cathedral of Santa Margherita.
Following their marriage, James and Maria Clementina were invited to reside in Rome at the special request of Pope Clement XI, who acknowledged them as the (Catholic) King and Queen of Britain.
Maria Clementina died at the early age of 32 on January 18 1735.
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 James III (the Old Pretender) - LoveToKnow 1911
An attempt to abduct the princess by means of a ruse contrived by a zealous Jacobite gentleman, Charles Wogan, proved successful; Clementina reached Italy in safety, and she and James were ultimately married at Montefiascone on the 1st of September 1719.
James's married life proved turbulent and unhappy, a circumstance that was principally due to the hot temper and jealous nature of Clementina, who soon after Henry's birth in 1725 left her husband and spent over two years in a Roman convent.
At length a reconciliation was effected, which Clementina did not long survive, for she died at the early age of 32 in February 1735.
www.1911encyclopedia.org /James_III_(the_Old_Pretender)   (827 words)

  
 St. Peter's - Monument to Maria Sobieski   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Maria Clementina Sobieska (1702-1735) is one of three women honored with monuments in the basilica.
Under the next arch on the right is the Monument to Maria Clementina Sobieska (1702-1735), niece of King John II or Poland, who in 1719 married the Pretender to the throne of England, James III Stuart.
The monument to Queen Clementina (wife of King James III and VIII) is in the left aisle of St. Peter's Basilica immediately opposite the Monument to the Stuart Kings.
www.stpetersbasilica.org /Monuments/MCSobieski/MCSobieski.htm   (555 words)

  
 Maria Clementina Sobieski Encyclopedia Information @ LocalFineArt.com (Local Fine Art)   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Maria Clementina Sobieska (in Polish: Maria Klementyna Sobieska) (1702-1735) was a Polish princess who was born on July 18, 1702 in Poland, the daughter of Poland's Crown Prince James Louis Henry Sobieski, (1667-1737), and Hedwig Elisabeth Amelia de Baviere Pfalz-Neuburg, (1673-1722).
Following their marriage, James and Maria Clementina were invited to reside in Rome at the special request of Pope Clement XI, who acknowledged them as the (Catholic) King and Queen of Britain.
Soon after their second child's birth, Maria Clementina left him and went to live in Rome in the convent of St. Cecilia.
www.localfineart.com /encyclopedia/Maria_Clementina_Sobieski   (812 words)

  
 James Sobieski
James Sobieski was born on November 2, 1667 in Paris, France, the son of king John III of Poland and Marie Casimire Louise de la Grange d'Arquien[?].
Maria Clementina (July 18,1702 - January 24, 1735), married James Francis Edward Stuart (1688-1766), son of King James II of England (1633-1701)
Prince James Sobieski died on December 19, 1737 in Zolochev[?], Ukraine and is buried there.
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 Clementina Sobieski, Clementina Sophia Walkinshaw
When the Princess Maria Clementina Sobieski had been seized at Inspruck, on her way to join her affianced but crownless husband at Urbino, in 1718, John Walkinshaw was sent to remostrate with the Emperor Charles VI, and having obtained her release, conducted the bride to Italy.
In acknowledgment of this service, the Princess requested that is eldest daughter might bear her name, and promised her a provision at court.
His marriage with Catherine, daughter of Sir Hugh Paterson of Bannockburn, ere long enabled this pledge to be in part redeemed, so their first-born was christened Clementina Maria Sophia, and brought up a Roman Catholic.
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 Kids.Net.Au - Encyclopedia > Maria Clementina Sobieski   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Princess Maria Klementyna was betrothed to Prince James Stuart.
Maria Klementyna's father, Prince James Louis Sobieski, approved her escape declaring that, as she became engaged to Prince James she ought to "follow his fortune and his cause".
James's married life proved turbulent and unhappy and soon after their second child’s birth, Maria Klementyna left him and went to live in a Rome convent.
www.kids.net.au /encyclopedia-wiki/ma/Maria_Clementina_Sobieski   (399 words)

  
 Tomb of Maria Clementina Sobieski by BRACCI, Pietro
Tomb of Maria Clementina Sobieski by BRACCI, Pietro
In 1744 Bracci executed the sculptural groups for the tomb of Maria Clementina Sobieski, conceived of by the architect Filippo Barigioni.
In the Clementina Sobieski tomb, what is striking is the balance between the different materials (the great alabaster cloth, the white marble of the figures, and the gilded bronze of the crown and flame), which compete in forming the compositional unity held together by the Berninian type of invention of Barigioni.
gallery.euroweb.hu /html/b/bracci/sobieski.html   (112 words)

  
 Henry Benedict Stuart
Henry Benedict Maria Clement Stuart (March 11, 1725 - July 13, 1807), born in Rome, Italy, Prince of England and Scotland and Duke of York, was known by the Jacobites as Henry IX, King of Great Britain, France, and Ireland (January 31, 1788 - July 13, 1807).
His mother was Maria Clementina Sobieski, daughter of the Polish prince John III Sobieski.
Henry Benedict Maria Clement Stuart died at Frascati, Italy and is buried in Saint Peter's Basilica, in the Vatican.
www.teachersparadise.com /ency/en/wikipedia/h/he/henry_benedict_stuart.html   (368 words)

  
 Maria Clementina Sobieski
Maria Clementina Sobieski (in Polish Maria Klementyna Sobieska), (1702-1735), Polish princess who was born on July 18, 1702 in Poland, the daughter of Poland’s Crown Prince James Louis Henry Sobieski, (1667-1737), and Hedwig Elisabeth Amelia de Baviere Pfalz-Neuburg, (1673-1722).
James's married life proved turbulent and unhappy and soon after their second child’s birth, Maria Klementyna left him and went to live in Rome in the convent of St. Cecilia.
She acused her husband of adultery and he said it was sinful to leave him and her children.
www.xasa.biz /wiki/en/wikipedia/m/ma/maria_clementina_sobieski.html   (419 words)

  
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King Johann III Sobieski of Poland: Liberation of Vienna from the Turks, 1683, Sorry this item is sold.
Princess Clementina and Her Flight from Innsbruck, 1719, Sorry this item is sold.
Maria Caroline, Queen of Naples and Sicily, c.1808, Sorry this item is sold.
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 TuttoRicamo: ricamo in oro-glossario
Quando nacque, Maria Beatrice era solo la terza in linea di successione al trono Inglese e Scozzese, dopo suo zio Re Carlo Emanuele III di Sardegna e il Principe di Piemonte (successivamente Re Vittorio Emanuele I di Sardegna).
Maria Cristina (1812-1836): figlia minore del re Vittorio Emanuele I di Sardegna, sposo' il Re Ferdinando II delle Due Sicilie.
Maria di Scozia (1542-1587): Maria I regina di Scozia o Maria Stuart regno sulla Scozia dal 1542 al 1567.
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 Maria Clementina Sobieski - Term Explanation on IndexSuche.Com   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Following their marriage, James and Maria Klementyna were invited to reside in Rome at the special request of Pope_Clement_XI, who acknowledged them as the (Catholic) King and Queen of Britain.
Princess Maria Klementyna and James Stuart had two sons: #Charles Edward Louis Philip Casimir Stuart, (1720-1788), aka "''Bonnie_Prince_Charlie''" #Henry_Benedict_Stuart, (1725-1807) James's married life proved turbulent and unhappy and soon after their second child’s birth, Maria Klementyna left him and went to live in a Rome convent.
Maria Klementyna died at the early age of 32 on January_18, 1735.
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 Maria Klementyna Sobieska Information
In order to placate him, the Austrian Emperor, Charles VI arrested Princess Maria Klementyna while on her way to Italy to marry James Stuart.
Soon after their second child's birth, Maria Klementyna left him and went to live in Rome in the convent of St. Cecilia.
Maria Klementyna was prone to depression and religious mania, spending much of her time praying.
www.bookrags.com /wiki/Maria_Klementyna_Sobieska   (433 words)

  
 English Monarchs - Kings and Queens of England - James Francis Edward Stuart.   (Site not responding. Last check: )
He finally decided to marry Maria Clementina Sobieski, a Polish Princess and the grand-daughter of John III.
James' marriage to Clementina Sobieski was to produce two sons, Charles Edward Stuart, better known to history as Bonnie Prince Charlie, born in 1720 and Henry Benedict Stuart, born in March, 1725.
Clementina was prone to melancholy, by now living separately from her husband, her zeal for the Catholic religion sometimes bordered on mania and she indulged in long periods of fasting.
www.englishmonarchs.co.uk /stuart_10.htm   (1133 words)

  
 FIFTEENTH GENERATION
He was married to Maria Clementina SOBIESKI Princess (daughter of Prince SOBIESKI) in 1719 in France?.
Maria Clementina SOBIESKI Princess was born in 1702 in Poland - - grdtr King of Poland.
HENRY BENEDICT Cardinal STUART Duke of York was born in 1725 in England (Cardinal York) - son of James III.
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 Basilica di San Pietro - Chiese di Roma
Navata sinistra: all'altare di testata copia musiva della Trasfigurazione [Pinacoteca Vaticana] di Raffaello; nel passaggio a destra il monumento a Leone XI° di Alessandro Algardi [1634-52] con figure allegoriche della Maestà e della Liberalità dovute a Ercole Ferrata e a Giuseppe Peroni.
Nel passaggio alla prima cappella, a destra il monumento di Maria Clementina Sobieski, moglie di Giacomo III° Stuart, eseguito su disegno di Filippo Barigioni.
A sinistra il monumento degli ultimi Stuart realizzato da Antonio Canova nel 1817-19 con i ritratti a mezzo busto di Giacomo III° e dei figli Carlo Edoardo ed Enrico duca di York.
www.romecity.it /Sanpietro.htm   (2614 words)

  
 A Jacobite Gazetteer - Montefiascone
James and Clementina had officially been married by proxy May 19, 1719, but it was in the episcopal palace of this town that the couple renewed their marriage vows in person, September 3, 1719.
Above the doorway of the sacristy is a slightly different version of the painting of James and Clementina's wedding from that in the Scottish National Portrait Gallery.
A "parato in quarto" is the set of vestments used at high mass (a chasuble for the celebrating priest, a dalmatic for the deacon, a tunicle for the sub-deacon, and a cope for the assisting priest).
www.jacobite.ca /gazetteer/Lazio/Montefiascone.htm   (1267 words)

  
 English Monarchs - Kings and Queens of England - Henry Benedict Stuart.   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The last scion of the Stuart dynasty and the second son of James Francis Edward Stuart and Maria Clementina Sobieski was born on 6th or 21st March, 1725, at the Palazzo Muti, Rome.
Clementina Sobieski's younger son seems to have inherited some of his mother's obsessive nature.
Henry was ordained as a Cardinal Deacon on 30th June, 1747 and Cardinal of Santa Maria, Portici, on 3rd July, 1747, before being ordained as a priest on 1st September, 1748.
www.englishmonarchs.co.uk /stuart_13.htm   (949 words)

  
 Bonnie Prince Charlie
Charles was the son of Maria Clementina Sobieski (1702 - 1735), and Prince James Francis Edward Stuart, the Old Pretender.
Prince Charlie was therefore referred to as The Young Pretender.He claimed the throne of Great Britain as King Charles III from January 1, 1766 till January 31, 1788.
She was legitimated in 1783 by an Act of Legitimation signed in Paris by her father.
www.teachersparadise.com /ency/en/wikipedia/b/bo/bonnie_prince_charlie.html   (611 words)

  
 Cumbria's Leven Valley - Finsthwaite Princess Page 4   (Site not responding. Last check: )
She was answered by Andrew Lang, who had previously interested himself in Clementina Douglas but had come to the sensible conclusion that she was "either a harmless enthusiast, or a member, perhaps illegitimate, of a Jacobite family.
Miss Wakefield obliquely raised the question of Clementina Douglas's connection with the Young Pretender by remarking that, "Prince Charlie was in Kendal some nine miles form Finsthwaite on 22nd November, 1745 and stayed over Sunday the 24th, accompanied by three ladies, one of whom was the 'Lady Ogylvie'.
At the end of his article he wrote: "The two houses in which the Princess lived, differ in this respect from others in the district, in that in both is to be found oak panelling, by contrast (sic) to their having been prepared for the reception of some highly placed person".
www.cumbriabusinessportal.org.uk /cumbriaslevenvalley/70.html   (1286 words)

  
 JAMES (JAMES FRANCIS E... - Online Information article about JAMES (JAMES FRANCIS E...
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 San Pietro in Vaticano - Churches of Rome Wiki - a Wikia wiki   (Site not responding. Last check: )
It was painted in 1635, and the original can be seen in Santa Maria della Concezione.
The original is in Santa Maria degli Angeli.
Ouside the chapel is the memorial to Maria Clementina Sobieski, grand-daughter of King John III Sobieski of Poland.
romanchurches.wikia.com /wiki/San_Pietro_in_Vaticano   (5578 words)

  
 Stuart, James Francis Edward. The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition. 2001-05
An uprising in his favor (1715), led by the 6th earl of Mar, brought him to Scotland, but, on the failure of the movement, James retired to France and finally to Rome.
In 1719, James married Maria Clementina Sobieski, a Polish princess commonly called Princess Clementina.
He did not take part in the Jacobite uprising of 1745, led by his son, Charles Edward Stuart, the Young Pretender.
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