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Marie-Amélie Thérèselocked

(1782–1866)
  • Pamela Pilbeam

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Marie-Amélie Thérèse (1782–1866), queen of the French and exile, was born at Caserta, near Naples, on 26 April 1782, the daughter of Ferdinand IV (1751–1825), king of Naples and Sicily, and his wife, Maria Carolina (1752–1814), daughter of Maria Theresa, Holy Roman empress...

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