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Corpo mumificado de bispo estava acompanhado de criança também mumificada, dizem cientistas

Corpo mumificado de bispo estava acompanhado de criança também mumificada, dizem cientistas

"Mary of Burgundy Hunting While Pursued by Death", reimagined as the legend of "The Three Living and the Three Dead". From "The Hours of Mary of Burgundy and Emperor Maximilian", c. 1480. Dimensions of folio, 105 x 73 mm, or 4.13 x 2.87 in. Located in the Staatliche Museen in Berlin, item # Hs. 78 B 12.

"Mary of Burgundy Hunting While Pursued by Death", reimagined as the legend of "The Three Living and the Three Dead". From "The Hours of Mary of Burgundy and Emperor Maximilian", c. 1480. Dimensions of folio, 105 x 73 mm, or 4.13 x 2.87 in. Located in the Staatliche Museen in Berlin, item # Hs. 78 B 12.

Reception for the Polish Envoys: one of a series of tapestries of 1582 depicting…

Reception for the Polish Envoys: one of a series of tapestries of 1582 depicting…

François-Joseph (Franz Joseph) Ier de Habsbourg-Lorraine (Vienne, 18 août 1830 - Vienne, 21 novembre 1916) Archiduc d’Autriche Empereur d’Autriche (1848), Roi de Bohême (1848), Roi de Hongrie (1848), Roi de Lombardie-Vénétie (1848-1866) Président de la Confédération Germanique (1848-1866) 18e Chef et Souverain de l'Ordre de la Toison d'Or (1848, Autriche)

François-Joseph (Franz Joseph) Ier de Habsbourg-Lorraine (Vienne, 18 août 1830 - Vienne, 21 novembre 1916) Archiduc d’Autriche Empereur d’Autriche (1848), Roi de Bohême (1848), Roi de Hongrie (1848), Roi de Lombardie-Vénétie (1848-1866) Président de la Confédération Germanique (1848-1866) 18e Chef et Souverain de l'Ordre de la Toison d'Or (1848, Autriche)

Mary of Burgundy(13 February 1457 – 27 March 1482), Duchess of Burgundy - Marriage of Mary of Burgundy and Maximilian of Austria

Mary of Burgundy(13 February 1457 – 27 March 1482), Duchess of Burgundy - Marriage of Mary of Burgundy and Maximilian of Austria

Mary died on March 27th and was buried in the Church of Our Lady in Bruges. In 1502, she was reinterred under a magnificent bronze monument by Pierre de Beckere of Brussels. Tomb of Mary of Burgundy, Church of Our Lady, Bruges, Photo courtesy of Tina Dallas.

Mary died on March 27th and was buried in the Church of Our Lady in Bruges. In 1502, she was reinterred under a magnificent bronze monument by Pierre de Beckere of Brussels. Tomb of Mary of Burgundy, Church of Our Lady, Bruges, Photo courtesy of Tina Dallas.

Charles IV, the Fair (1294 - 1328). King of France from 1322 to 1328. He married  Blanche of Burgundy, but had her imprisoned when she committed adultery. He then married Marie of Luxembourg, but she died young. Then he married Jeanne d'Évreux and had one daughter. He is last direct Capetian to rule France.

Charles IV, the Fair (1294 - 1328). King of France from 1322 to 1328. He married Blanche of Burgundy, but had her imprisoned when she committed adultery. He then married Marie of Luxembourg, but she died young. Then he married Jeanne d'Évreux and had one daughter. He is last direct Capetian to rule France.

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