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1508, Nov, 301554, Jan 4
a Dutch culture patron. She was a leading figure of the Renaissance in the Netherlands and known for her progressive opinions of the education of women. She was the daughter of Rodrigo Díaz de Vivar y Mendoza, 1st Marquis of Cenete and María de Fonseca y Toledo and married in 1524 to Henry III of Nassau-Breda.
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06/27/1524- Henry III of Nassau-Breda weds Mencia de Mendoza, 16-years old marquess
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