ueen Victoria Eugenia (de pie, sombrero blanco) con su marido, el rey Alfonso XIII, su madre-en-ley reina viuda María Cristina (sentado, sosteniendo Infante Gonzalo), y sus hijos. Los niños de pie: Infanta María Cristina, Gonzalo Infante (celebrado) y Infanta Beatriz de España. Niños Sentados: Infante Jaime y Juan Infante de España, y Alfonso, el príncipe de Asturias

ueen Victoria Eugenia (de pie, sombrero blanco) con su marido, el rey Alfonso XIII, su madre-en-ley reina viuda María Cristina (sentado, sosteniendo Infante Gonzalo), y sus hijos. Los niños de pie: Infanta María Cristina, Gonzalo Infante (celebrado) y Infanta Beatriz de España. Niños Sentados: Infante Jaime y Juan Infante de España, y Alfonso, el príncipe de Asturias

Xerxes I (the Great) of Persia 486 BC- 465 BC, son of Darius the Great

Xerxes I (the Great) of Persia 486 BC- 465 BC, son of Darius the Great

María del Carmen Martínez-Bordiú y Franco wearing the Franco Emerald Tiara, Spain (emeralds, diamonds, gold). In 1972, she married Prince Alfonso de Borbón, Duke of Anjou and Cádiz, Grandee of Spain. Photographed by Raymondo De Larrain, Vogue, May 1972

María del Carmen Martínez-Bordiú y Franco wearing the Franco Emerald Tiara, Spain (emeralds, diamonds, gold). In 1972, she married Prince Alfonso de Borbón, Duke of Anjou and Cádiz, Grandee of Spain. Photographed by Raymondo De Larrain, Vogue, May 1972

After 1879, Queen Maria Cristina of Spain, wearing her famous devant-de-corsage suspended below her waist.

After 1879, Queen Maria Cristina of Spain, wearing her famous devant-de-corsage suspended below her waist.

María de la Paz, infanta de España y princesa consorte de Baviera

María de la Paz, infanta de España y princesa consorte de Baviera

19th-Century Marxism: Friedrich Engels co-authored "The Communist Manifesto" with Karl Marx in 1848.  The "The League of the Just" was merged with a society headed by Marx and Engels in 1847 and was renamed the "Communist League" but was dissolved in 1852 after the Cologne Communist Trial in Germany.

19th-Century Marxism: Friedrich Engels co-authored "The Communist Manifesto" with Karl Marx in 1848. The "The League of the Just" was merged with a society headed by Marx and Engels in 1847 and was renamed the "Communist League" but was dissolved in 1852 after the Cologne Communist Trial in Germany.

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