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Princess Isabella of Parma

1741 - 1763

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Isabella of Bourbon-Parma (Spanish: Isabel María Luisa Antonieta Fernanda Josefa Javiera Dominica Juana de Borbón-Parma, German: Isabella Maria Luise Antonia Ferdinanda Josepha Xaveria Dominika Johanna von Bourbon-Parma; 31 December 1741 – 27 November 1763) was a princess of Parma[3] and infanta of Spain from the House of Bourbon-Parma as the daughter of Philip, Duke of Parma. She became an archduchess of Austria and princess of Bohemia and Hungary in 1760 by her marriage to Archduke Joseph of Austria, the future Joseph II, Holy Roman Emperor.Although her husband loved her, she did not fully return his feelings and found more fulfillment in her (likely romantic, possibly sexual) relationship with her sister-in-law, Archduchess Maria Christina. The loss of her beloved mother, an arranged marriage in which she was unhappy, a court life that did not fit her, and a difficult birth followed closely by two miscarriages and another hard pregnancy all affected her mental health, leading to a depression. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Princess Isabella of Parma has received more than 322,077 page views. Her biography is available in 31 different languages on Wikipedia (up from 29 in 2019). Princess Isabella of Parma is the 1,990th most popular politician (down from 1,560th in 2019), the 178th most popular biography from Spain (down from 133rd in 2019) and the 65th most popular Spanish Politician.

Princess Isabella of Parma was most famous for being the wife of Charles II of Spain and the mother of two Spanish kings.

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Among politicians, Princess Isabella of Parma ranks 1,990 out of 15,577Before her are Damdin Sükhbaatar, Nicolas Fouquet, Princess Joséphine Charlotte of Belgium, Eric the Victorious, Yakov Sverdlov, and Heinrich Brüning. After her are Victor Emmanuel I of Sardinia, Richard II, Duke of Normandy, Injong of Joseon, Ram Nath Kovind, Jeongjong, 3rd monarch of Goryeo, and Boniface I, Marquess of Montferrat.

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Among people born in 1741, Princess Isabella of Parma ranks 5Before her are Joseph II, Holy Roman Emperor, Henry Fuseli, Angelica Kauffman, and Peter Simon Pallas. After her are Pierre Choderlos de Laclos, Jean-François de Galaup, comte de Lapérouse, Emperor Momozono, Johann Kaspar Lavater, Jean-Antoine Houdon, Nicolas Chamfort, and André Grétry. Among people deceased in 1763, Princess Isabella of Parma ranks 2Before her is Augustus III of Poland. After her are Antoine François Prévost, Frederick Christian, Elector of Saxony, Cao Xueqin, Pierre de Marivaux, Peter Forsskål, Jacques-Martin Hotteterre, Gottfried Heinrich Bach, Frederick, Margrave of Brandenburg-Bayreuth, Prince Georg Ludwig of Holstein-Gottorp, and Marco Foscarini.

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In Spain

Among people born in Spain, Princess Isabella of Parma ranks 178 out of 2,932Before her are Francisco Suárez (1548), Elizabeth of Portugal (1271), Juan Ramón Jiménez (1881), Francisco de Quevedo (1584), John, Prince of Asturias (1478), and Joaquín Sorolla (1863). After her are Francis Borgia, 4th Duke of Gandía (1510), Fernando Sor (1778), Joan Enric Vives Sicília (1949), Frederick III of Sicily (1272), Tirso de Molina (1579), and Pedro de Alvarado (1485).


Among politicians born in Spain, Princess Isabella of Parma ranks 65Before her are Alfonso II of Aragon (1157), Abd al-Rahman II (788), John I of Castile (1358), Philip, Duke of Parma (1720), Elizabeth of Portugal (1271), and John, Prince of Asturias (1478). After her are Frederick III of Sicily (1272), Adolfo Suárez (1932), Al-Hakam II (915), Blanche I of Navarre (1387), Alfonso III of Asturias (848), and Louis Blanc (1811).