1517, Oct 171596, Mar 1
a princess from the House of Von der Mark. She was the youngest child of John III, Duke of Cleves, and his wife Maria von J├╝lich. Amalia and her two sisters, Sibylle and Anne, had an old-fashioned education, where singing and reading were not taught, but cooking, weaving or other household chores were emphasized. Amalia wrote a song book which is currently found in the German national library in Berlin, with copies in the public library of Frankfurt and the university library of Frankfurt.
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