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Catherine de' Medici
Catherine-de-medici.jpg
Portrait attributed to François Clouet, c. 1555
Queen consort of France
Tenure31 March 1547Plantilya:Snd10 July 1559
Koronasyon10 June 1549
Iminundag13 April 1519
Florence, Republic of Florence
Nagadan5 Enero 1589(1589-01-05) (edad 69)
Château de Blois, Kingdom of France
PigburolSaint-Sauveur, Blois. Reburied at Saint-Denis in 1610.
Isyu
Bilog na Pangaran
Caterina Maria Romula di Lorenzo de Medici
HarongMedici
AmáLorenzo de’ Medici, Duke of Urbino
InáMadeleine de La Tour d'Auvergne

Si Catherine de Medici (Italian: Caterina de Medici, sinasambit na[kateˈriːna de ˈmɛːditʃi]; French: Catherine de Médicis, pronounced [katʁin də medisis]; Abril 13,1519 – Enero 5,1589), aking babayi ni Lorenzo II de' Medici asin Madeleine de La Tour d'Auvergne, sarong Italyanong maharlikang babayi na reyna nin Pransya puon kan Italian 1547 hanggang 1559, ikinasal ki King Henry II. Bilang ina kan mga hadeng sina Francis II, Charles IX asin Henry III, igwa siyang malawak, kun an oras pabarobago,impluwensiyang politikal sa Pransya. Puon kan 1560 hanggang 1563, pinamunuan niya an Pransya bilang rehente kan siyang aki na si Charles IX, King of France.

Si Catherine asin Henry kan saindang kasal, pininta 17 na taon pakatapos kan okasyon
Si Catherine de' Medici, bilang reyna nin Pransya. "An saiyang nguso masyadong dakula asin an saiyang mata masyadong prominente asin mayong kulay na kagayunan", sinurat kan sarong sinugong Venetian kan si Catherine nag kwaretna, "pero sarong marangal na babayi, na igwang hugis pigura, magayon na kublit asin magayon na hugis kan kamo".[1]

Mga Nota[liwaton | liwaton an gikanan]

  1. Giovanni Capello, quoted by Frieda, 132.

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