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Her personal charms were eclipsed by poor judgments and personal grievances. Marie de Medici (1573-1642) became the second wife of King Henry IV, in 1600. After his assassination, she was regent for her son Louis XIII. She reversed the policies set by her husband and nearly bankrupted France with her extravagance. Her son Louis XIII eventually forced her into exile, where she lived with the artist Peter Paul Rubens. She died in poverty. Her son later repented his treatment of his mother.
Queen Isabella 1492 - It took years for Columbus to finally bring his ambitious goal of finding a new route to China to the full attention of Isabella. Like her husband and co-ruler Ferdinand, she looked forward to vast wealth in gold, but her primary interest was to save all those 'natives' from damnation.
The dual monarchy was fully engaged in the eradication of the Moorish culture in Spain, and the vast influence of Jewry. The fall of Granada and the Inquisition nearly eclipsed Columbus "discovery'' of the new world across the seas. Evidence of unlimited gold awakened Ferdinand's interest, however.
Full length color image of Queen Anne aka. Queen of Great Britain and Ireland, by George Stuart. Visit Our Site For More Information: http://www.galleryhistoricalfigures.com/figuredetail.php?abvrname=QnAnne