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Henriette Catherine De Joyeuse
... Henriette Catherine de Joyeuse (8 January 1585 – 25 February 1656) was the daughter of Henri de Joyeuse and Catherine de Nogaret ... She married her first husband, Henri de Bourbon, Duke of Montpensier, on 15 May 1597 and her second husband, Charles, Duke of Guise, on 6 January 1611 ...
Château De Chaumont - History
... His great-niece Denise de Fougère, having married Sulpice d'Amboise, passed the château into the Amboise family for five centuries ... rebuilt by Charles I d'Amboise from 1465–1475 and then finished by his son, Charles II d'Amboise de Chaumont from 1498–1510, with help from his uncle, Cardinal Georges d'Amboise some Renaissance features were to be ... The château was acquired by Catherine de Medici in 1550 ...
Sainte-Catherine-de-Hatley, Quebec
... Sainte-Catherine-de-Hatley is a municipality on Quebec Route 108 along Little Lake Magog ... is the home of the "Marais" birdwatching sanctuary, the Eglise Sainte Catherine de Hatley, as well as the Dominique Savio primary School ... Sainte-Catherine-de-Hatley is also known as "Katevale" ...
Catherine De' Medici's Court Festivals - Entertainments
... Catherine de' Medici's investment in magnificent entertainments was part of a conscious political programme ... Catherine also maintained about eighty alluring ladies-in-waiting at court, whom she allegedly used as tools to seduce courtiers for political ends ... Catherine did not hesitate to use the charms of her ladies as an attraction of the court ...

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