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  1. Giovanni Battista Tommasi: Altri titoli Duca di Holstein-Gottorp Conte di Oldenburg: Nascita San Pietroburgo, 1º ottobre 1754: Morte Castello Michajlovskij, 23 marzo 1801: Luogo di sepoltura Cattedrale dei Santi Pietro e Paolo, San Pietroburgo: Dinastia Holstein-Gottorp-Romanov: Padre Pietro III di Russia: Madre Caterina II di Russia: Coniugi

  2. Cristiano Augusto di Anhalt-Zerbst: Giovanni Luigi I di Anhalt-Zerbst Cristina di Zeutsch Caterina II di Russia Giovanna di Holstein-Gottorp: Cristiano Augusto di Holstein-Gottorp Albertina Federica di Baden-Durlach Ekaterina Pavlovna Romanova Carlo I Alessandro di Württemberg: Federico Carlo di Württemberg-Winnental

  3. Literatur. Valentin Zubov: Zar Paul I. Mensch und Schicksal. K. F. Koehler, Stuttgart 1963. Bernhard A. Macek: Haydn, Mozart und die Großfürstin.Eine Studie zur Uraufführung der „Russischen Quartette“ op. 33 in den Kaiserappartements der Wiener Hofburg.

  4. Francis I (Francesco Gennaro Giuseppe Saverio Giovanni Battista), King of the Two Sicilies, Duke of Calabria, Vicar-General of Naples & Sicily was born on 14 August 1777 at Naples, Campania, Italy. 2 He married Maria Clementia of Austria, daughter of Peter Leopold II, Grand Duke of Tuscany, King of Bohemia & Hungary, Holy Roman Emperor and Maria Ludovica of Naples, on 20 February 1797 at ...

  5. Catharina II Aleksejevna (Russisch: Екатерина II Алексеевна, Jekaterina II Aleksejevna) (Stettin, 2 mei 1729 — Tsarskoje Selo, 17 november 1796), bijgenaamd Catharina de Grote (Russisch: Екатерина Великая, Jekaterina Velikaja), was van 1762 tot 1796 tsarina van Rusland.

  6. The first edition of the Bach-Werke-Verzeichnis was published in 1950. It allocated a unique number to every known composition by Bach. Wolfgang Schmieder, the editor of that catalogue, grouped the compositions by genre, largely following the 19th-century Bach Gesellschaft (BG) edition for the collation (e.g., BG cantata number = BWV number of the cantata):

  7. 1763: Giovanni Battista Somis, italienischer Violinist und Komponist; 1772: Ferdinand Karl Gobert von Aspremont-Lynden, habsburgischer Militär; 1774: Johann Jacob Reiske, deutscher Begründer der Arabistik als souveräner Wissenschaft; 1777: Otto Magnus von Schwerin, preußischer General