Marie Antoinette was an Austrian princess born in Vienne, Austria. Her birth name was Maria Antonia Josepha Johanna, but many just called her Marie Antoinette. Her mother, Maria Therese, was the head of state. Maria Therese had all the power and for that reason was a little firm with her children. Her husband, Marie’s father, Francis I was just a figure with not much else. His position is much like the first lady they have in the United States. Marie was the fifteenth child of Maria and Francis.
MLA Biography Project: Marie Antoinette Marie Antoinette was the last Queen of France during the 1700’s. She changed all of France with her ideas and rules. Marie was married to King Louis XVI. She was queen during the French Revolution. Her mother, Maria Theresa was the Empress of France. Marie helped people stop starving. Marie Antoinette was in November 2nd, 1755 in Vienna, Austria. Her father was Francis l, Holy Roman Emperor and her mother was Maria Theresa, Empress of France. She was the
their artistic cultures --the 18th century in which female artists were excluded and the 19th century, in which women were artistically limited-- they were able to capture the loving relationship between mother and child, but in works such as Marie Antoinette and Her Children and Mother Nursing her Child 1898,
Marie Antoinette was the Archduchess of Austria, and became Dauphine of France after several years. Many French citizens dislike her because of her behaviors. Some citizens blamed on her that she was one of the reason to cause the French Revolution. Some of the people said that she was not a serious problem for forming the French Revolution. There were also some people said that those behaviors were came from Louis XVI or influenced to Marie Antoinette, and actually he was one of the reason that
caused France to be in a financial burden for years to come. Work Cited Ellis, Elisabeth, and Anthony Esler. Prentice Hall World History The Modern Era. 2011. Print. Marie Antoinette and the French Revolution. David Grubin Productions, Inc. 13 Sept. 2006. Web. 1 Dec. 2013. Steingrad, Elena. Louis XIV Biography. 2000. Web. 1 Dec. 2013. Webmaster. Huguenot Society of Virginia. W, 2013. Web. 1 Dec. 2013.
Nursery rhymes as a child were fun, catchy tunes that one could sing along to. Parents and teachers expressed the importance of nursery rhymes to children at young age, claiming that they are important for young children to develop an ear for language, syllables, and rhythm. Children sing along to songs like "Jack and Jill"," Humpty Dumpty", or even "Twinkle Twinkle Little Star". For years, many believed nursery rhymes were for children, but what do these rhymes actually symbolize? Most of these
Marie Antoinette’s Life Time Line 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
these being the Queen of France Marie Antoinette, whom she painted from 1779-1789. Not only was Elisabeth Vigée-Lebrun the Queen’s portrait painter for ten years, but she also became her close, personal friend. She saw only the luxurious, carefree, colorful, and fabulous lifestyle the aristocracy lived in, rather than the poverty and suffrage much of the rest of the country was going through. Elisabeth kept the ideals of the aristocracy she saw through Marie Antoinette throughout her life, painting
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It has been said that behind every great man there is a great woman, well in the case of the great General Napoleon Bonaparte there were at least three great women. Everyone knows what Napoleon was like leading the government and troops in battles but these women had the opportunity to know some parts of the real Napoleon or at least the parts that he let each different woman see. If you step back and look behind the curtain that was Napoleon’s personal life you will see the three main women who