English Short Title Catalogue.
Elizabeth, Queen of Bohemia
Standard Name: Elizabeth,, Queen of Bohemia
Used Form: Elisabeth, Queen of Bohemia
Used Form: Elizabeth Stuart, Queen of Bohemia
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According to critic Mihoko Suzuki , The Case incorporates two portraits of its protagonist. The same plate was apparently used in two versions, one revised as to the hairstyle and ageing of the face. One...
|Friends, Associates||Anne Conway||
He was an important influence on her chemical and biological thinking, and introduced her to the ideas of the Quakers and the study of kabbalism. Through him she became acquainted also with Princess Elizabeth of Bohemia
|Friends, Associates||Bathsua Makin|
|Friends, Associates||Anna Maria van Schurman|
|Material Conditions of Writing||Anna Hume||
AH mentions finding the manuscript of The History of the Houses of Douglas and Angus when she returned from elsewhere to my Countrey, which might mean Scotland or more precisely the family estate. She...
|Reception||Lady Eleanor Douglas|
|Textual Production||Elizabeth Hamilton||
This was published at Bath and London. EH did serious historical research for this book, reading all the Roman history she could find in English and even commissioning translations.
There was already women's work...
|Textual Production||Carola Oman|
|Textual Production||Elizabeth Ogilvy Benger|
|Textual Production||Selina Bunbury|
Lady Asburnham (later ER ) travelled to the Hague in the retinue of Elizabeth of Bohemia .
Matthew, Henry Colin Gray, Brian Harrison, and Lawrence Goldman, editors. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography.
Between December 1612 and February 1613
Parthenia or The Maydenhead was the first book of music for the virginals printed in England.