'Constance' can also refer to...

Alberta Constance Wells (1925—2003) journalist, novelist, and broadcaster

Amy Constance Gentry (1903—1976) oarswoman

(Annie) Constance Smedley (1876—1941) author and founder of the International Lyceum Clubs

Bernold of Constance (1054—1100)


Constance (c. 1161—1201) .


Constance A. Nathanson

Constance Alice Macartney Maund (1912—1999)

Constance Antonina Boyle (1865—1943) women's rights campaigner

Constance Baker Motley (1921—2005)

Constance Beresford-Howe (b. 1922)

Constance C. Greene (b. 1924)

Constance Caroline Woodhill Naden (1858—1889) poet and philosopher

Constance Cary Harrison (1843—1920)

Constance Clyde (b. 1872)

Constance Collier (1878—1955)

Constance Cotterell (1839—1898)

Constance Cummings (1910—2005) actress

Constance Cummings-John (1918—2000) educationist and politician

Constance Despenser (c. 1375—1416) noblewoman

Constance Dorothy Evelyn Peel (1868—1934) journalist and writer on household management

Constance E. Maud (c. 1860—1929)

Constance Eleanor Mary Byrne D'Arcy (c. 1857—1937) writer

Constance Elsberg

Constance Evan Jones

Constance Fenimore Woolson (1840—1894)

Constance Flanagan

Constance Fligg Tipper (1894—1995) metallurgist and crystallographer


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The episcopal see of Constance was founded in the 7th century. Its bishops were often abbots of Sankt Gallen and Reichenau. Endowed with privileges, the city developed under Salomon III ...

Subjects: Medieval and Renaissance History (500 to 1500) — Early Modern History (1500 to 1700).

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