Anne Marie Thérèse de Lorraine

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Anne Marie Thérèse of Lorraine (30 July 1648 1661), was a Princess of Lorraine and was later a Princess Abbess of the Imperial Remiremont Abbey in France. She was the daughter of Nicholas Francis, Duke of Lorraine, and Claude Françoise de Lorraine.

Remiremont Abbey abbey located in Vosges, in France

Remiremont Abbey was an abbey that was founded as a house of nuns near Remiremont, Vosges, France. It later became a community of secular canonesses.

Nicholas Francis, Duke of Lorraine Catholic cardinal and Duke of Lorraine

Nicholas Francis, also known as Nicholas II, was briefly Duke of Lorraine and Duke of Bar for a few months in 1634, spanning the time between the abdication of his older brother and his own resignation. He was therefore Duke during the invasion of Lorraine by the French in the Thirty Years War.

Claude of Lorraine was a daughter of Henry II, Duke of Lorraine, and Margerita Gonzaga, her sister was Nicole, Duchess of Lorraine. She married her first cousin and was the Duchess of Lorraine by marriage.

She was a minor during her entire rule and Remiremont was ruled by the Dame Doyenne, Hélène d'Anglure, and the Dame Sonière Bernarde de Cléron de Saffre (fl. 1704).

Floruit, abbreviated fl., Latin for "he/she flourished", denotes a date or period during which a person was known to have been alive or active. In English, the word may also be used as a noun indicating the time when someone flourished.

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