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Anna of Bohemia and Hungary

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  1. Anna, Queen of Bohemia and Hungary, also sometimes known as Anna Jagellonica was, by marriage to Ferdinand I, King of the Romans and later Holy Roman Emperor, Queen of the Romans, and heiress presumptive of the kingdoms of Hungary and Bohemia

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  2. born on Buda (now Budapest), Hungary, July 23, 1503

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  3. died on Prague, Bohemia, January 27, 1547

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  4. the elder child and only daughter of king Vladislaus II of Bohemia and Hungary (1456-1516) and his third wife Anna of Foix-Candale

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  5. an older sister of Louis II of Hungary and Bohemia, and his eventual heiress

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