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Infanta Maria of Spain (1603)

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Infanta Maria of Spain
Detail from Infanta María en su ataúd (cropped).jpg
Born(1603-02-01)1 February 1603
Valladolid
Died1 March 1603(1603-03-01) (aged 0)
Valladolid
Burial
Panteon de Infantes, El Escorial
FatherPhilip III of Spain
MotherMargaret of Austria

Maria of Spain (1 February 1603-1 March 1603) was a infanta of Spain, who died in infancy.[1]

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Transcription

Life

She was the second child (and second daughter) of Philip III of Spain and Margaret of Austria. She was born in Valladolid, where the Spanish Court was based from 1601 to 1606.[2] She died at her first month.[3][4]

She is buried in the Panteon de Infantes of El Escorial, specifically in the sixth sepulchral chamber, in what is commonly known as the infant mausoleum, under the inscription:[5]

MARIA, PHILIPPI III FILIA

References

  1. ^ Robles do Campo, Carlos (2005). "Los infantes de España en los siglos XVI y XVII" (PDF). Anales de la Real Academia Matritense de Heráldica y Genealogía. 9: 383–414. ISSN 1133-1240.
  2. ^ Cabrera de Córdoba, Luis (1857). Relaciones de las cosas sucedidas en la corte de España, desde 1599 hasta 1614 (in Spanish). Madrid: Imprenta de J. Martín Alegria. p. 166.
  3. ^ Cabrera de Córdoba, Luis (1857). Relaciones de las cosas sucedidas en la corte de España, desde 1599 hasta 1614 (in Spanish). Madrid: Imprenta de J. Martín Alegria. p. 169.
  4. ^ Conde Mora, Francisco Glicerio. "María de Austria". Diccionario Biográfico Español (in Spanish).
  5. ^ Rodríguez Díez, José (2014). "Epitafios del Panteón de Infantes del Monasterio del Escorial y sus fuentes bíblicas". El mundo de los difuntos: Culto, cofradías y tradiciones.2. Ediciones Escurialenses. 2: 825–856. ISBN 978-84-15659-24-2 – via Dialnet.


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