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Amalie, Princess of Saxony, 1794-1870


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    • Maria Amalia Friederike Augusta Karolina Ludovica Josepha Aloysia Anna Nepomucena Philippina Vincentia Franziska de Paula Franziska de Chantal
  • Variants

    • Amalie Marie Friederike Auguste, Princess of Saxony, 1794-1870
    • Marie Amalia Friederike, Princess of Saxony, 1794-1870
    • Amalie, Prinzessin, Herzogin zu Sachsen, 1794-1870
    • Amalie, Herzogin zu Sachsen, 1794-1870
    • Amalie, Prinzessin von Sachsen, 1794-1870
    • Amelia, Princess of Saxony, 1794-1870
    • Amalie Friederike Marie Auguste, Princess of Saxony, 1794-1870
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    • found: Fürstenau, M. Die mus. beschäftigungen d. prinz. Amalie, 1974.
    • found: Her Dramatische Werke der Prinzessin Amalie, Herzogin zu Sachsen, 1873-1874:t.p. (Prinzessin Amalie, Herzogin zu Sachsen) [info. from InU]
    • found: Her Social life in Germany, 1840:t.p. (Princess Amelia of Saxony) [info. from InU]
    • found: Her Six dramas illustrative of German life, 1848:t.p. (Princess Amalie of Saxony) [info. from InU]
    • found: NUC Pre-1956(Amalie, Princess of Saxony, 1794-1870; has ref. Amelia, Duchesse de Saxe) [info. from InU]
    • found: Brockhaus (Amalie Friederike Marie Auguste; b. 8/10/1794; d. 9/18/1870; pseudonyms: A. Heiter, Amalie, A. Serena) [info. from InU]
    • found: Meyers enzyk. Lexicon(Amalie Marie Friederike Auguste; b. 8/10/1794; d. 9/18/1870; pseuds. Amalie, A. Heiter, A. Serena) [info. from InU]
    • found: Wikipedia, German, via WWW, December 12, 2016(Amalie von Sachsen (1794-1870); full name Maria Amalia Friederike Augusta Karolina Ludovica Josepha Aloysia Anna Nepomucena Philippina Vincentia Franziska de Paula Franziska de Chantal; born August 10, 1794 in Dresden; died September 18, 1870 in Pillnitz; she worked under the pseudonym A. Serena as a composer of operas and cantatas and was a student of Carl Maria von Webers; under the pseudonym Amalie Heiter, she also wrote numerous plays; she was the daughter of Prince Maximilian of Saxony and Princess Carolina of Parma; she was the granddaughter of Frederick Christian, Elector of Saxony; niece of Frederick Augustus I, King of Saxony and Anthony, King of Saxony; sister of Frederick Augustus II, King of Saxony and John, King of Saxony; and aunt of Albert, King of Saxony and George, King of Saxony)
    • notfound: Enc. Brit., c1977;Collier's enc., c1973;Enc. Amer., c1975.
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    • 1983-05-20: new
    • 2018-02-18: revised
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