5 edition of Le Siècle des Médicis. found in the catalog.
Bibliography: p. 207-210.On spine: Les Médicis.
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One year later 10 April 1578 Grand Duchess Joanna —heavily pregnant with her eighth child— fell from the stairs in the Grand Ducal Palace in Florence, dying the next day after giving birth to a premature stillborn son.
However, Henry IV of Navarre was not a rich man and needed Marie's money.
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For her apartments at thethe Flemish-born painter was recruited to decorate Marie's cabinets with a series of paintings on the theme of the Ethiopics ofand painted for her gallery an important decoration on the theme of Diana and Apollo, mythological evocations of the royal couple. As one of her first acts, Marie reconfirmed Henri IV'swhich ordered religious tolerance for Protestants in France while asserting the supremacy of the.
The wealth of the Medici family attracted many suitors, in particular the younger brother of her aunt Grand Duchess Christina, and heir of the.
Now orphaned, Maria was considered the richest heiress in Europe.
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