RMCR75WW–Charles IX, 27.6.1550 - 30.5.1574, King of France 15.12.1560 - 30.5.1574, portrait, miniature by Francois Clouet, circa 1570, Kunsthistorisches Museum, Wien, , Artist's Copyright has not to be cleared
RMKXX6D1–François Clouet - Henri II of Valois and Caterina de' Medici, Surrounded by Members of Their Family - WGA05074
RMH2H7HB–Queen Elisabeth of Valois, Spanish queen consort
RMDAX0TM–Francis II as King of France (left), as Dauphin (right); and his sister, Elizabeth de Valois, wife of Spanish King Phillip II. Hand-colored print
RMFT6C14–Portrait of Margherita di Valois - La Venaria Reale
RMDP9X2H–PHILIPPE VI DE VALOIS
RMFFWXEB–HOUSE OF VALOIS. /nGenealogical tree of the House of Valois, which ruled France from 1328-1589. Line engraving.
RMG5B2MR–Dame Ninette de Valois
RMEJXT4G–ActiveMuseum 0005761.jpg / Marguerite of Valois, Queen of Navarre, said Queen Margot, according to Francois Clouet. First wife of Henri of Navarre, futur king Henri IV 05/12/2013 - / 16th century Collection / Active Museum
RMC45E46–Margaret of Valois
RMT94JJH–Wedding and marriage of Henry V of England to Catherine of Valois, engraving by Edmund Evans, 1864
RM2A254N2–Bust of Henri II de Valois, Circle of Germaine Pilon, France, ca. 1580. white marble
RMERGRTN–Marguerite de Valois, Queen of Navarre (France), Portrait illustration. 14 May 1553 - 27 May 1615. Married King of Navarre,
RMM6CMWN–Margaret of Valois, 1553 – 1615. French princess of the Valois dynasty and queen consort of Navarre and France by her marriage to Henry III of Navarre (later Henry IV of France). From Hutchinson's History of the Nations, published 1915.
RF2H80HJA–Château de Cognac (or Valois, François). Les vielles tours. Charente 1947
RMP9H0BM–Isabel de Valois (1546-1568), wife of Felipe II.
RM2DG30G3–MARGARET OF VALOIS (1553-1615) Later Queen of Navarre and France by her marriage to Henry IV. Artist unknown.
RMTCW7DW–Marguerite de Valois, 1557, (1943). Creator: Francois Clouet.
RMFA4N1X–Countess de Lamotte, Jeanne de Valois-Saint-Remy (1756-91), Adventuress, Affair of the Diamond Necklace, Book Illustration from “Cagliostro, The Splendour and Misery of A Master of Magic”, Chapman and Hall LTD, W.R.H. Trowbridge, 1910
RMTTXP26–Valois, Duc d'Angoulême, Louis Immanuel de, Additional-Rights-Clearance-Info-Not-Available
RMCW8XCA–Gold seal of Philippe VI de Valois
RMHNM8BR–Louis XI of France (1423-1483), The Prudent. House of Valois. Portrait. Anonymous author.
RM2H5B2A4–Busto di Margherita dei Valois - Bust of Margaret of Valois 1570 Marble Italy, Italian,
RFC5PYW0–Philip of Valois, France's Philip VI, disguised himself as seller of fish to enter the French camp during the Hundred Years War.
RMDRAD4R–Caen - Ancient Hotel d'Escoville de Valois
RMFG2TPK–MARGARET OF VALOIS /n(1553-1615). Queen of King Henry IV of France. Contemporary Renaissance drawing by G. Dumonstier.
RMG5KY6K–Former Royal Ballet dancer, Wayne Sleep, after attending the memorial service at Westminster Abbey, London of Royal Ballet founder Dame Ninette de Valois. * .... 71-year-old Princess Margaret, who has suffered two strokes, attended the service dressed in black and wearing heavy dark glasses. Confined to a wheelchair, her face looked puffy, an apparent side-effect of medication. Margaret, a knowledgable fan of ballet and Royal Ballet president, was among VIPs from the world of dance to honour the life of the Dame who died in her sleep, aged 102.
RFK3NECT–Single very detailed ornament of the architectonic module in the Porte des valois (Valois gate) Saint-Denis basilica Paris France. By unidentified author published on Magasin Pittoresque Paris 1839
RMK2C92F–Henry V meets Catherine of Valois, Treaty of Troyes, 1420
RMT94JJ9–Catherine of France (Catherine of Valois) presented to Henry V of England, at the treaty of Troyes, 1799
RMD95KAD–Louis XI (1423-83) a member of the Valois dynasty, king of France from 1461. Copperplate engraving, 1793.
RMERG6C0–Marguerite de Valois, Queen of Navarre (France), Portrait illustration. 14 May 1553 - 27 May 1615. Married King of Navarre,
RM2B9Y8N0–Catherine of Valois is introduced to her future husband King Henry V of England. Catherine of Valois, 1401 –1437. Queen consort of England. Henry V, 1386 – 1422, also called Henry of Monmouth. King of England. From a print by Antoine Cardon after a painting by English artist Thomas Stothard.
RF2H80HK4–Château de Cognac/Valois/François Ancien Port Charente Pont Saint-Jacques 1947
RMHT476A–'Marguerite de Valois', c1560, (1939). Artist: Francois Clouet.
RM2AB8GA3–MARGARET de VALOIS (1553-1615) French princess who married Henry III of Navarre drawn by Francois Clouet
RMEJXMN4–Katherine of Valois, queen of King Henry V of England.
RFD770TH–Charles IX of Valois, 1550 - 1574, King of France, historical woodcut, 1880
RMTTXTRA–Le Valois de Villette de Murcay, Marthe-Marguerite, Additional-Rights-Clearance-Info-Not-Available
RMTXH35D–Louis XI (1423-83) a member of the Valois dynasty, king of France from 1461. Copperplate engraving, 1793.
RMJGE4NT–Charles, Count of Valois (1270-1325). Charles of Valois throws the sword in presence of the King. Engraving by A. Belin. The Universal Library, 1868.
RMMKM988–Marguerite de Valois 1557
RM2FM5DC1–Jacopo Chimenti called l’Empoli, Marriage of Caterina de’ Medici (1519-89) and French Enrico di Valois, Future King Henry II.
RMG37X47–Henry V weds Catherine de Valois Date: 1420
RMFF6B27–ELIZABETH OF VALOIS /n(1545-1568). Queen of Spain, 1560-1568. Line and stipple engraving, French, 19th century.
RMAD0P75–Ninette de Valois, founder of the Royal Ballet, in Douanes, England, 1932.
RMMHGD0A–Henri IV (de Navarre) meeting Marguerite de Valois in the gardens of Alencon, France. Color lithograph of a 16th century miniature
RMG7W3W0–Soccer - Coca-Cola Football League Championship - Crewe Alexandra v Burnley - Gresty Road. Jean-Louis Valois, Burnley
RMT94JJD–Catherine of France (Catherine of Valois) presented to Henry V of England, at the treaty of Troyes (detail), 1799
RMEC8347–Henry III (19 September 1551 – 2 August 1589). monarch of the House of Valois elected the King of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth from 1573 to 1575 and ruled as King of France from 1574 until his death.
RMERG9C3–Marguerite de Valois. Queen of France and of Navarre, 14 May 1553 – 27 March 1615. Married Henry IV of France.
RMAJDF3E–Hercule François de Valois aka Francis, Duke of Anjou and Alençon, 1554 - 1584. Youngest son of Henry II of France and Catherine de' Medici.
RMMC6MGT–SAINTS - JOANNA Saint Joanna, also known as Jane or Joan, was a Valois Queen of France (1464-1505). Process print, from Alban Butler's The Lives of The Fathers, Martyrs and Other Principles Saints, edition of circa 1928.
RMB0KBR8–Marguerite of Valois, Queen of France. Artist: Unknown
RMBER8GT–Marguerite de Valois, aka La Reine Margot and Queen Margot, 1553 -1615. French princess of the Valois dynasty and queen consort of Navarre and France.
RMEG41M2–Katherine of Valois, queen of King Henry V of England.
RFD770TF–Charles IX of Valois, 1550 - 1574, King of France, historical woodcut, 1880
RMRRM7TA–Margaret of Valois, 14.5.1553 - 27.3.1615, Queen consort of France and Navarre, wife of Henry IV, portrait, drawing by Francois Clouet, circa 1560, Additional-Rights-Clearance-Info-Not-Available
RMTXH358–Charles VI (1368-1422) King of France from 1380, known as The Foolish, he became deranged in 1392. Father of Catherine of Valois, queen of Henry V of England. Copperplate engraving, 1793.
RMT1F2GX–Louis XI, so-called the Prudent (1423-1483). King of France. House of Valois. Louis XI at the Castle of Plessis-les-Tours. Engraving by Dupre, 1851.
RFGK6Y5J–Henri de Valois, King of Poland, Grand Duke of Lithuania, antique print 1835
RMC4W9YP–Margaret of Valois was Queen of France and of Navarre during the late sixteenth century.
RMG37X4D–Henry V weds Catherine de Valois Date: 1420
RMFFA1GN–MARGARET OF VALOIS /n(1553-1615). Queen of King Henry IV of France. Line and stipple engraving, French, 19th century.
RME0T2GF–Jul. 22, 1960 - ''Mozart'' Hat by Rose Valois for Winter
RM2DEWXMK–Margaret of Valois (1553-1615) French Princess and Queen Consort, at the Spanish Court (Engr 1787) (Sergent)
RMG7W2TX–Soccer - Coca-Cola Football League Championship - Burnley v Sunderland - Turf Moor. Sunderland's Dean Whitehead plays the ball past Burnley's Jean-Louis Valois
RMT94JHA–The Conclusion of the Treaty of Troyes, Henry V, King of England, Receives the introduction of Catherine of Valois in Marriage,1788
RMD98B3Y–Ball at the Valois Court'. Couple on centre right are dancing the Volta, a favourite dance of Elizabeth I of England. The string band is playing on a platform, top left. 16th century French school.
RMERGAJ3–Henry V of England wooing Catherine of Valois, c. 1419. Following Henry 's successful military campaign in France (including
RMAHX9AF–Marguerite de Valois, Queen Margot, 1553 - 1615. 1st wife of Henry IV of France and daughter of Henry II of France and Catherine de Medici.
RMHH77HP–Henry III of France (1551-1589). House of Valois. Engraving, 1882. Medallion.
RMRD78PH–Charles IX of Valois, 1550 - 1574, King of France, historical woodcut, 1880
RMDEBRE5–Philippe VI, dit le Valois, king of France from 1328 to 1350. History of France, by J.Henry (Paris, 1842)
RMEJXMMW–Isabella of Valois, second wife of King Richard II of England.
RFEH12N9–Charles IX of Valois, 1550 - 1574, King of France, historical woodcut, 1880
RMRRM8E2–Marie Elisabeth of Valois, 27.10.1572 - 9.4.1578, Princess of France, daughter of King Charles IX, portrait, drawing, circa 1777/1778, Bibliotheque Nationale, Paris, Additional-Rights-Clearance-Info-Not-Available
RMP68WRJ–Henry III (19 September 1551 – 2 August 1589). monarch of the House of Valois elected the King of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth from 1573 to 1575 and ruled as King of France from 1574 until his death.
RM2FMYCG9–Henry III of France (1551-1589). King of France (1574-1589). House of Valois-Angouleme. Portrait. Engraving. Wars of Flanders. Edition published in Antwerp, 1748.
RFMHMBYW–ISÈRE. Vienne. Tour de Philippe de Valois et Ancien fort de la Batie 1900
RFPYMH0M–The figures represented here are all French people between 1550 and 1600. They are Elizabeth (also Elizabeth of Valois - daughter of Henry II, third wife of Philip II of Spain) and Henry II (died 1559). This illustration dates to 1882.
RMG3BGF5–Two hats by Rose Valois described as berets. Both are close-fitting and brimless. Date: 1930
RMFF6B28–ELIZABETH OF VALOIS /n(1545-1568). Queen of Spain, 1560-1568. French engraving after the painting by Sir Antonio Moro.
RME0T2GH–Jul. 22, 1960 - ''Flamenco'' Hat by Rose Valois for Fall and Winter
RM2DEWXMH–Portrait of Margaret of Valois. French Princess & Queen Consort (1553-1615) (Engr 1787) (Sergent) Illustration or Engraving
RM2D340KE–Aberdeen's Jamie McAllister and Hearts' Jean Louis Valois battle for the ball during their Bank of Scotland Scottish Premier League match at Hearts' Tynecastle Park ground in Edinburgh.
RM2DX60KK–Engraving of Margaret of Valois (1553 – 1615) French princess of the Valois dynasty who became queen consort of Navarre and later also of France. By her marriage to Henry III of Navarre (later Henry IV of France), she was queen of Navarre and then France at her husband's 1589 accession to the latter throne.
RMMR6A01–Painting; French school 1610-1620. Portrait of King Henri de Valois. Henry III (1551 - 1589; King of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth from 1573 to 1575 and King of France from 1574 until his death. He was the last French monarch of the House of Valois.
RMERG9HF–Henry V of England wooing Catherine of Valois, c. 1419. Following Henry 's successful military campaign in France (including
RM2AXBWBY–Siege of Siena, 1554–1555, during the Fifth Hapsburg-Valois War, 1551 - 1559.
RMHHJR26–Charles IX of France (1550-1574). Monarch of the House of Valois. Engraving, 1884. Portrait.
RMMKNRKN–Betrothal of King Richard II and the French Princess, Isabella of Valois, 1396
RMDF2972–France-History- ´Philippe de Valois tenant sa cour plénière´ : Philip VI 1293 – 22 August 1350, known as the Fortunate French:
RMEG41M0–Isabella of Valois, second wife of King Richard II of England.
RFEH12N6–Charles IX of Valois, 1550 - 1574, King of France, historical woodcut, 1880
RMT1XRDY–fine arts, Francois Clouet (1510 - 1572), drawing, Elisabeth of Valois, Queen consort of Spain, portrait, 1559, Musee Conde, Chantilly, Additional-Rights-Clearance-Info-Not-Available
RMTXH374–Philip VI (1293-1350) king of France from 1328. First French king of house of Valois. Edward III of England disputed his claim to throne, as a result the Hundred Years War between France and England began in 1337. Copperplate engraving.
RM2DDG350–John II the Good (1319-1364). King of France. House of Valois. Portrait painted on wood panel before 1350. Paris, France. Louvre Museum. Paris. France.
RMG1FWWJ–Catherine of Valois presented to her future husband Henry V of England
RFPYMH0E–The figures represented here are all French people between 1550 and 1600. They are from left to right: Elizabeth (also Elizabeth of Valois - daughter of Henry II, third wife of Philip II of Spain), Henry II (died 1559); consort of Charles IX; Charles IX and Charles IX (died 1574). This illustration dates to 1882.
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