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    Marie Antoinette Marie Antoinette is possibly one of the most famous French Monarchs. Born an Austrian princess, she because one of the last monarchs to rule the French, Marie Antoinette has had a major impact on French History but, most importantly, the French Revolution. Unfortunately, she isn’t remembered as a great queen or ruler, but because of the way her and her husband died on the guillotine. Marie Antoinette was born on November 2, 1755. Her mother was the Empress Maria Theresa and her

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    artwork I decided to do my research and write about is the portrait of Marie Antoinette with her Children. I found this portrait very interested in me; I am going to give you a brief information on the artist of the artwork. This portrait was by Elisabeth Louise Vigee-Lerun and the portrait is oil on canvas, 9’ ½” x 7’5/8”. The portrait was created in 1700 in France. It’s a portrait of a French queen who is Marie Antoinette along with her children as a good mother to her children, but there is

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    Maria Antonia Josepha Joanna, later known as Marie-Antoinette, was born on 02 November 1755. At 13 years of age, Marie was sent to France to begin her relationship with the Dauphin of France, Louis XVI. In 1770, at the age of 15, she and the Louis XVI were married in Vienna, then taking the throne in 1774. Marie-Antoinette was a young, beautiful, elegant, and graceful queen whose fashion influenced the women of France. She was very proud of where she originated, Hapsburg, and she was very proud

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    November 2nd, 1755 Marie Antoinette was born, at Hofburg Palace, in Vienna, Austria May 16th, 1770 Marie was married to Dauphin Louis-Auguste. Their Marriage sealed the alliance between France and Austria that was made by Marie Tereasa during the Severn Years War. August 15th, 1774 Marie was given the Gift of Petit Trianon by Louis XVI which was a small château on the grounds of Versailles that she was given to renovate. The château was originally supposed to be for Louis the XV’s mistress, Madame

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    follows the infamous French queen and Austrian expat, Marie Antoinette (played by Kirsten Dunst), as she attempts to acclimate to her husband Louis XVI’s stringent court in the years leading up to the French Revolution. The film opens with Marie, an Austrian princess and the daughter of the Holy Roman Empress Maria Theresa traveling to France to marry the dauphin who will one day acquire the illustrious title of King of France. Teenaged Marie finds it difficult to conform to her new role as a French

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    Another way that Marie loved to give away the French money was when some radicals from America came. These radicals asked Louie for some aid in the American Revolution. The money borrowed by these radicals was promised to be paid back. Marie thought this idea was a great investment and urged Louie to fund these radicals. Well the radicals won and France saw no money for their help

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    Marie Antoinette Marie Antoinette was the wife of King Louis XVI of France. She was born in 1755 in France and was the daughter of the Great Emperor Francis I and Maria Theresa of Austria. Because here parents came from two countries at war with each other, their marriage formed a peace treaty. Marie was very spoiled and grew up with an extravagant lifestyle. She herself became the wife of the next heir to the French throne to further keep the peace. The heir was Louis XVI, who was a very dull

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    Marie Antonia Josepha Johanna, better known as Marie Antoinette, is remembered for her reign as the Queen of France during the inception of the French Revolution, her extravagant lifestyle despite the time of poverty and suffering in her country, and her eventual demise by the guillotine; however, this legacy fails to represent the complicated life she lived in its entirety. Maria Antonia Josepha Johanna was born on November 2, 1755 in Vienna, Austria to the Holy Roman emperor Francis 1 and empress

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    Marie Antoinette, the last Queen of France, played a major role in the 1789 French Revolution. As a young woman of fourteen-years-old, Marie Antoinette was thrust into the royal spotlight and commanded to play a significant role in European history. Marie Antoinette is perhaps widely known as the lavish Queen of France, who, upon hearing the French people were without bread, supposedly said, “Let them eat cake.” However, the true Marie Antoinette was an intelligent woman, and despite her own extravagant

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    Sophie Rittenhouse Mr. Closs & Mr. Yager World History 1/9/2017 Marie Antoinette Many people may know Marie Antoinette as being a wealthy woman who had it all and she did, but by the end of her life she was a prisoner of the war. Marie Antoinette had an interesting life that consisted of her becoming engaged at the age of 15. There are many things about Marie Antoinette that interest people, especially what happened in her early life, mainly the events of the Diamond Necklace Affair, what

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