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  1. Aurora von Königsmarck ( Stade, 18 agosto 1662 – Quedlinburg, 16 febbraio 1728) è stata una religiosa tedesca, famosa per essere stata l'amante del re Augusto II di Polonia e poi del rettore di Quedlinburg. Indice. 1 Biografia. 2 Ascendenza. 3 Note. 4 Bibliografia. 5 Altri progetti. 6 Collegamenti esterni. Biografia.

  2. Maria Aurora Gräfin von Königsmarck (* 28. April 1662 in Stade; † 16. Februar 1728 in Quedlinburg) war eine deutsche Adelige und Dichterin. Sie entstammte dem altmärkischen Adelsgeschlecht Königsmarck. Sie war Mätresse Augusts des Starken und danach Pröpstin des Stiftes Quedlinburg.

  3. Countess Maria Aurora von Königsmarck (Swedish: Aurora Königsmarck) (28 August 1662 – 16 February 1728) was a Swedish and German noblewoman of Brandenburg extraction and mistress of Augustus the Strong, Elector of Saxony and King of Poland.

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    • 16 February 1728, Quedlinburg
  4. 19 mar 2024 · Maria Aurora, countess von Königsmark (born May 8, 1662, Stade, Bremen [Germany]—died Feb. 16, 1728, Quedlinburg, Brandenburg) was a German noblewoman and mistress of Augustus II the Strong, elector of Saxony and king of Poland. She was for many years a powerful figure at the Saxon court.

    • The Editors of Encyclopaedia Britannica
  5. Königsmarck, Maria Aurora contessa di Enciclopedia on line Nipote (Stade 1662 - Quedlinburg 1728) di Hans Christoffer, fu per un certo tempo l'amante di Giorgio I di Hannover.

  6. 12 feb 2012 · Maria Aurora Königsmarck’s autobiography, Meditations et Memoires, dictated to her spiritual adviser von der Schulenburg, was found in 1912, in an attic of a rectory in the town. However, when the descendant of von der Schulenburg who made the discovery returned to the attic to study the interesting 200-year-old manuscript more closely, he found that it had vanished.

  7. Aurora. * 28.4.1662 Schloß Agathenburg bei Stade, † 16.2.1728 Quedlinburg. (evangelisch) Übersicht. NDB 12 (1980) ADB. Königsmarck, Grafen von Königsmarck, Hans Christoph Graf von.