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Charles

(shahrl),
Jacques, French physicist, 1746-1823. See: Charles law.
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Dante's Christian take on Cato's stoic constancy speaks to the eighteenth-century brand of Neostoicism embraced by Charles VI and the Habsburg line: the Habsburgs upheld Neostoic constancy as a principal virtue, as evidenced by the motto of Charles VI, Constanter continet orbem.
Following her persuasive study The Life and Afterlife of Isabeau of Bavaria (Baltimore, 2010), which provided a rehabilitation of this much-maligned spouse of the French king Charles VI, Adams now tackles the political allegiance of Christine de Pizan in late medieval France, a country in the midst of a hundred year conflict with England and eventually tom apart by civil war.
II diamante and Alcune Arie Cavate dalle diverse Opere, poste in Musica bear witness to Zelenka's having been capable of writing brilliant secular vocal music for Dresden (after all, he had proved his mastery in this respect back in his work Sub olea pads, which in 1 723 was performed to mark the coronation in Prague of Emperor Charles VI as King of Bohemia).
Indeed, in 1394, Charles VI forbade any Hebrews from dwelling in his kingdom.
One by one the stallions trotted in and their riders doffed their hats to the huge portrait of Emperor Charles VI astride his white stallion.
While the Pragmatic Sanction created by her father Charles VI was merely an acknowledgment of the possibility of female rule, it provided no symbolic framework that actually defined power as feminine, leaving artists the challenge of representing a woman ruler in a world dominated by Salic law.
For example, maybe Joan of Arc had the gift of hearing spirit voices without using an EVP recorder and these spirits gave her intelligent advice on how to defeat the English at Patay so that Charles VI could be crowned king of France.
Blaisy was mentioned in the service of the young king Charles VI by 1381, probably served at his side at the battle of Roosebeke in the next year, and was listed among the king's bodyguards shortly thereafter.
Similarly, hunting was stringently restricted to the nobility, with severe penalty laws under Charles VI and Louis XIV should commoners endeavor to partake in the sport.
In the mid-eighteenth century, the Austrian emperor Charles VI decreed that in the Czech provinces, only the oldest son of a Jewish family could marry.
Vivaldi moved to Vienna in the hope of preferment after meeting Emperor Charles VI, but the emperor died soon afterwards, leaving the composer to end his life a pauper.