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Ferdinand III

(1608—1657)


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Aviz: (1) John I (1357 - 1433) and Aviz: (2) Edward (1391 - 1438) and Aviz: (3) Alfonso V (1432 - 1481) and Aviz: (4) John II (1455 - 1495) and Aviz: (5) Eleanor (1458 - 1525) and Aviz: (6) Manuel I (1469 - 1521) and Aviz: (7) John III (1502 - 1557) and Aviz: (8) Luís (1506 - 1555) and Aviz: (9) Catherine (1507 - 1578) and Aviz: (10) Ferdinand (1507 - 1534) and Aviz: (11) Henry (1512 - 1580) and Aviz: (12) Maria (1521 - 1577) and Aviz: (13) Sebastian (1554 - 1578)

Jaime, th Duque de (1479 - 1532) and Teotónio of Braganza (1530 - 1602) and John IV, King of Portugal (1604 - 1656) and Alfonso VI, King of Portugal (1643 - 1683) and Maria Francisca, Queen of Portugal (1646 - 1683) and Peter II, King of Portugal (1648 - 1706) and John V, King of Portugal (1689 - 1750) and Joseph, King of Portugal (1714 - 1777) and Maria I, Queen of Portugal (1734 - 1816) and Peter III, King of Portugal (1717 - 1786) and John VI, King of Portugal (1767 - 1826) and Maria II, Queen of Portugal (1819 - 1853) and Ferdinand II, King of Portugal (1816 - 1885) and Charles, King of Portugal (1863 - 1908)

 

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(b Graz, 1608; d Vienna, 1657).

Reigned from 1637. Est. It. opera in Vienna. Comp. Drama musicum (1649), Mass, motets, and other church mus. Monteverdi's 8th Book of Madrigals (1638) is dedicated to him.

Subjects: Literature — Music.


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