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DAUGHTER
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MARCH
THREE MONTHS
DUSSEK
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FRENCH REVOLUTION
LOUIS XVI
MARIE ANTOINETTE
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Definitions

  1. Marie Antoinette is a lavish look at Marie Antoinette's lifestyle as opposed to her reign as France's queen.
  2. Marie Antoinette was an unpopular figure, and salacious gossip about her made her even more of a liability to her husband.
  3. Marie Antoinette was a major fashion icon during the late 18th century. (Web site)
  4. Marie Antoinette is a masterpiece, by america's most original and interesting director.
  5. Marie Antoinette was brought up believing her destiny was to become queen of France.

Sofia Coppola

  1. A moving story of naivety and responsibility, reputation and misunderstanding, Marie Antoinette is a film that Sofia Coppola has wanted to make for years. (Web site)

Louis Charles

  1. Some have claimed that Louis-Charles, later Dauphin of France, was the biological child of Marie Antoinette and Fersen.

Island

  1. Marie Antoinette was officially handed over to her French bearers on May 7, 1770, on an island near Kehl.

Letter

  1. Shortly after this letter, Maria Carolina and Marie Antoinette were separated and Maria Carolina was placed under the governess of her choice.

Daughter

  1. His eldest son, the duc d'Angouleme, was married to his cousin (also named Marie-Thérèse), who was the daughter of Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette.

Paris

  1. Fearful of what had happened to Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette, he quickly disguised himself and fled Paris.

Mozart

  1. Michael's other original musicals include Dance of the Vampires, Mozart!, Rebecca, and Marie Antoinette. (Web site)

Friendships

  1. Marie Antoinette also began to form deep friendships with various ladies in her retinue.

Finance Minister

  1. Charles Alexandre de Calonne was a friend of the de Polignacs, intimates of Marie Antoinette, and succeeded the popular Jacques Necker as Finance Minister. (Web site)

March

  1. The Austrian emperor Leopold II, brother of Marie Antoinette, may have wished to avoid war, but he died on March 1, 1792.

Three Months

  1. Three months after the empress' death, it was rumored that Marie Antoinette was pregnant again, which was confirmed in March of 1781.
  2. Marie Antoinette wagered her brother-in-law that the new château could not be completed within three months.

Dussek

  1. In 1807, despite his earlier affiliation with Marie Antoinette, Dussek returned to Paris in the employ of Talleyrand, the powerful French foreign minister.

Court

  1. Widowed and a mother while still a teen, Gabrielle arrives at the court of Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette in time to be swept up in the emerging cataclysm.
  2. Marie Antoinette personally instigated the "Diamond Necklace Affair", as she wished to oust the Cardinal de Rohan from court.

Council

  1. He took the disastrous decision of appointing Calonne to his council, which outraged Marie Antoinette, who had never liked him.

Ministers

  1. The reforms begun by his able ministers A. R. J. Turgot and Chrétien de Malesherbes were opposed by the court faction, including Marie Antoinette. (Web site)

Husbands

  1. Both Marie Antoinette and Min also never were able to truly connect and fall in love with their husbands until their times of troubles brought them together.

Marriage

  1. The inital reaction concerning the marriage between Marie Antoinette and Louis Auguste was decidedly mixed.
  2. This reversal of alliances was sealed by the marriage of Maria Theresa's youngest daughter, Marie Antoinette, to the future Louis XVI of France.
  3. The marriage of her son with Marie Antoinette was carried out three years later on May 16, 1770.

Niece

  1. Marie Louise was also the niece of Marie Antoinette. (Web site)

Royal Court

  1. In this remark, her relationship with the royal court from the very beginning strongly resembles the relationship of Marie Antoinette with her court.

Queen

  1. The Affair of the Diamond Necklace was a mysterious incident in the 1780s at the court of Louis XVI of France involving the queen Marie Antoinette.
  2. Six years after this Piccinni was invited by Queen Marie Antoinette to Paris. (Web site)
  3. She was born an Austrian Archduchess and was a sister of Queen Marie Antoinette of France. (Web site)

Wife

  1. King Louis XVI and his wife, Marie Antoinette, were executed, along with thousands of other French citizens.
  2. His wife, Marie Antoinette, followed him to the guillotine on October 16, 1793.

Person

  1. I feel that Marie Antoinette is a person that is quite misunderstood and her life, misinterpreted.

Handwriting

  1. He claimed to have the queen's authorization, and showed the jewelers the conditions of the bargain approved in the handwriting of Marie Antoinette.

Austria

  1. He struck up a firm friendship with his sister-in-law, Marie Antoinette of Austria.

Maria Theresa

  1. The Queen also learned of a letter in which the Cardinal spoke lightly of Maria Theresa in a way that offended Marie Antoinette.

France

  1. Like her sister, Marie Antoinette, her daughter, Maria Amalia became queen consort of France. (Web site)
  2. Maria Theresa and Francis I had sixteen children--their youngest daughter was the future queen consort of France, Marie Antoinette (1755-1793).
  3. Her favorite grandparent Maria Amalia of the Two Sicilies, Queen of France, was the consort of Louis-Philippe of France, and a niece of Marie Antoinette. (Web site)

Duc

  1. On March 27, 1785, Marie Antoinette gave birth to a second son, Louis Charles, who was created the Duc de Normandie.

French Revolution

  1. On November 2, 2006, Marie Antoinette, his musical dramatizing the events of the French Revolution, opened at Tokyo 's prestigious Imperial Theatre.
  2. Marie Antoinette confided in the Queen of Great Britain upon the outbreak of the French Revolution. (Web site)

Louis Xvi

  1. He was in the affair of the diamond necklace which involved Louis XVI of France and Marie Antoinette, and was imprisoned in France for fraud. (Web site)
  2. After being seized by a crowd of peasants who stormed Versailles, Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette were brought here to await their trials. (Web site)
  3. Only when the young king acceded to the throne in 1771 did Marie Antoinette, his fashion-loving Queen, bring the "Louis XVI" style to court. (Web site)

Marie Antoinette

  1. November 2, 1755) Marie Antoinette became the Queen of France at the young age of 19 when her husband, Louis XVI, became King.
  2. Louis XVI and his wife, Marie Antoinette, were executed (in 1793), along with thousands of other French citizens during the Reign of Terror.
  3. Marie Antoinette pleaded with her husband for the French to help intercede on behalf of Austria but was rebuffed by the king and his ministers.

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