Beatrice - People


  • Beatrice (given name)
  • Beatrix (fl. 4th century), one of Roman martyrs Simplicius, Faustinus and Beatrix
  • Beatrice d'Este (1192–1226), Italian political-family member
  • Beatrice of Savoy (1198–1266), Italian political-family member
  • Beatrix da Silva (1424–1492), Portuguese nun and catholic saint
  • Beatrice of Nazareth (1200–1268), Flemish religious leader
  • Beatrice of Portugal (disambiguation), Princesses of Portugal
  • Beatrice Portinari (1266–1290), Italian acquaintance of Dante
  • Beatritz de Dia (fl. late 12th century), Provençal poet and musician, a so-called troubadour; aristocratic political-family member. Often referred to as the Countess de Dia.
  • Beatrice of Ornacieux (c. 1240– c. 1308), French religious leader
  • Beatrice of Naples (fl. 1476-1500), queen of Hungary, aka Beatrix of Aragon, Italian born
  • Beatrice de Coligny (born 1572), Countess d'Entremont
  • Princess Beatrice of the United Kingdom (1857–1944)
  • Princess Beatrice of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha (1884–1966)
  • Beatrix of the Netherlands (born 1938), ruler
  • Béatrice Poulot (fl. c. 2000), French singer from Réunion
  • Beatrice Ni Bhroin Irish director (born 1986)
  • Princess Beatrice of York (born 1988)
  • Beatrice Shilling, aeronautical engineer and motorcyclist

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