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Agnes of Kyburg, who had no male relations, sold the family's lands to King Rudolf I von Habsburg.
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Agnes Maria of Andechs-Merania ( died 1201 ), queen of France, was the daughter of Bertold IV ( died 1204 ), who was Count of Andechs, a castle and territory near Ammersee, Bavaria and from 1183 duke of Merania ( Istria ).
In June 1196 Agnes married Philip II of France, who had repudiated his second wife Ingeborg of Denmark in 1193.
The Aragonese took Ramiro out of a monastery and made him king, marrying him without papal dispensation to Agnes, sister of the Duke of Aquitaine, then betrothing their newborn daughter to Ramon Berenguer IV, Count of Barcelona, who was then named Ramiro's heir.
Agnes bore Amalric three children: Sibylla, the future Baldwin IV ( both of whom would come to rule the kingdom in their own right ), and Alix, who died in childhood.
The hostility to Agnes, it must be admitted, may be exaggerated by the chronicler William of Tyre, whom she prevented from becoming Latin Patriarch of Jerusalem decades later, as well as from William's continuators like Ernoul, who hints at a slight on her moral character: " car telle n ' est que roine doie iestre di si haute cite comme de Jherusalem " (" there should not be such a queen for so holy a city as Jerusalem ").
The film tells the story of two girls, Agnes and Elin, who attend school in the small town of Åmål in Sweden.
Elin's older sister, Jessica, who comes with her, dares her to kiss Agnes, who is rumoured to be a lesbian.
* The Australian Impressionists, including Frederick McCubbin and Tom Roberts who were prominent members of the Heidelberg School and John Peter Russell a friend of Van Gogh, Rodin, Monet and Matisse as well as Rupert Bunny, Agnes Goodsir and Hugh Ramsay.
Citizen Kane launched the film careers of the Mercury Players, including Agnes Moorehead ( who played Kane's mother ), Ruth Warrick ( Kane's first wife ), and Ray Collins ( Kane's political opponent ).
The subsequent events have often been interpreted as a struggle between two opposing factions, the " court party ", made up of Baldwin's mother, Amalric's first wife Agnes of Courtenay, her immediate family, and recent arrivals from Europe who were inexperienced in the affairs of the kingdom and who were in favour of war with Saladin ; and the " noble party ", led by Raymond of Tripoli and the lesser nobility of the kingdom, who favoured peaceful co-existence with the Muslims.
It was founded in 1858, by Father Caspar Rehrl, an Austrian missionary, who established the sisterhood of pioneer women under the patronage of St. Agnes of Rome, to whom he had a particular devotion.
Agnes Baden-Powell became the first president of the Girl Guides when it was formed in 1910, at the request of the girls who attended the Crystal Palace Rally.
A second candidate was presented by A. T. Martin, another antiquarian, who proposed in an article written in 1897, that the author was Thomas Malory of Papworth St. Agnes in Huntingdonshire.
Grace was married on 9 October 1873 to Agnes Nicholls Day ( 1853 – 1930 ), who was the daughter of his first cousin William Day.
In April 1959, Lee's parents decided to send him to the United States to stay with his older sister, Agnes Lee ( 李秋鳳 ), who was already living with family friends in San Francisco.
In the early 13th century, with the marriage of the Welf heiress Agnes, the territory fell to the Wittelsbach dukes of Bavaria, who were also dukes and counts palatine of Bavaria.
Those put to death include Agnes, a 12-year old Christian girl who has refused marriage and consecrated her virginity to God.
" The " court party " was led by Baldwin's mother, Amalric's first wife Agnes of Courtenay, and her immediate family, as well as recent arrivals from Europe who were inexperienced in the affairs of the kingdom and were in favour of war with Saladin.
* Agnes ( 1171 – after 1204 ), who was betrothed to Alexius II Comnenus ( 1180 – 1183 ) but married ( 1 ) Andronicus I Comnenus ( 1183 – 1185 ); ( 2 ) Theodore Branas ( 1204 )
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If his circumspection in regard to Philip's sensibilities went so far that he even refused to grant a dispensation for the marriage of Amadee's daughter, Agnes, to the son of the dauphin of Vienne -- a truly peacemaking move according to thirteenth-century ideas, for Savoy and Dauphine were as usual fighting on opposite sides -- for fear that he might seem to be favoring the anti-French coalition, he would certainly never take the far more drastic step of ordering the return of Gascony to Edward, even though, as he admitted to the English ambassadors, he had been advised that the original cession was invalid.
Pope Innocent III espoused the cause of Ingeborg ; but Philip did not submit until 1200, when, nine months after interdict had been added to excommunication, he consented to a separation from Agnes.
The betrothal in 1180 of Alexios II to Agnes of France, daughter of Louis VII of France and his third wife Adèle of Champagne and at the time a child of nine, had not apparently been followed by their marriage.
Agnes, daughter of Joscelin II of Edessa, had lived in Jerusalem since the western regions of the former crusader County of Edessa were lost in 1150.
Agnes soon thereafter married Hugh of Ibelin, to whom she had been engaged before her marriage with Amalric.
Dolores Agnes Fuller ( born Dolores Eble ; March 10, 1923 – May 9, 2011 ) was an American actress and songwriter best known as the one-time girlfriend of the low-budget film director Edward D. Wood, Jr. She played the protagonist's girlfriend in Glen or Glenda, co-starred in Wood's Jail Bait, and had a minor role in Bride of the Monster.
Lewes was married to Agnes Jervis, but they had agreed to have an open marriage, and in addition to the three children they had together, Agnes had also had four children by Thornton Leigh Hunt.
As Roman law did not permit the execution of virgins, Sempronius had a naked Agnes dragged through the streets to a brothel.
After leaving school, Thomas went to the nearby city of Zwolle to visit his brother again, after Jan had become the prior of the Monastery of Mount St. Agnes there.
His importance had dwindled with the victory of Agnes and her supporters, and with the accession of Baldwin V, infant son of Sibylla and William of Montferrat.
One of the great upsets in College Bowl history — or indeed, in the history of any intercollegiate competition — came on March 6, 1966, when a small women's college, Agnes Scott College, took on the defending champions from Princeton University, which had challenged and defeated a team from Mount Holyoke College the previous week.
David then searches his soul and marries the sensible Agnes, who had always loved him and with whom he finds true happiness.
They had two daughters, Agnes, d. after1110 ; m. 1080 Ct Friedrich von Luetzelburg, Mgve of Susa ( died 1092 ) and Alice, d. ca 1111 ; m. 1099 Mgve Boniface of Vasto and Saluzzo.
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Her mother decides, against Agnes ' will, to throw a 16th birthday party for her, and Agnes is afraid no one will come.
Viktoria, a girl in a wheelchair, shows up and Agnes shouts at her in front of her parents, telling her they are friends only because no one else will talk to them.
There were rumours that Agnes and Heraclius were lovers, but this information comes from the partisan 13th-century continuations of William of Tyre's history, and there is no other evidence to substantiate such a claim.
There were rumours that Agnes and Heraclius were lovers, but this information comes from the partisan 13th-century continuations of the Historia, and there is no other evidence to substantiate such a claim.
While the poster made no mention of " Hendersons " plural, as Lennon sings, John Henderson did perform with his wife Agnes, the daughter of circus owner Henry Hengler.
Although Baldwin seems to have held no ill-will towards his sister, Baldwin appointed his 5-year-old nephew Baldwin of Montferrat as his heir and successor, with the support of Agnes and her husband Reginald of Sidon, Raymond, and many of the other barons, excluding Sibylla from the succession.
In 1905 Wood married Agnes Lilian Fawcett ( d. 1955 ); there were no children of the marriage, but the couple adopted a daughter.
As there were no male heirs the manor, which was now worth £ 30 per annum, was divided between her daughters, Clemence and Agnes.
The dowager-queen Maria Comnena, now having no role at court, retired to Nablus: Maria had ambitions for the succession of her own daughter with Amalric, Isabella, and so did not get on with Agnes.
With her son exercising full royal prerogatives, Agnes played a significant role at court, although by no means to the extent some earlier historians, overly influenced by William of Tyre and the Old French Continuation, have claimed.
" There is no evidence that John Alexander married for a second time after the death of Agnes Graham Alexander.
Although there is no precise dividing line between the Lower, Middle and Upper Shankill locally it is usually said that the lower Shankill ends at Agnes Street.