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People/Characters: Elisabeth-Charlotte, Princess Palatine

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Brother to the Sun King: Philippe, Duke of Orléans by Nancy Nichols Barker
The correspondence of Madame, Princess Palatine mother of the regent; by Katharine Prescott Wormeley
Cécile: Gates of Gold by Mary Casanova
Liselotte van de Palts by Arlette Lebigre
Madame Palatine, princesse europeenne (French Edition) by Dirk Van der Cruysse
Madame, mother of the regent, 1652-1722 by Arvède Barine
The Man Who Would Be King: The Life Of Philippe D'orleans, Regent Of France by Christine Pevitt Algrant
La Princesse Palatine: Une Allemande à la cour de Louis XIV by Claude Pasteur
The Rabelaisian princess, Madame Royale of France by Harold Donaldson Eberlein
Versailles Memoirs : The Correspondence of Madame, Princess Palatine; Marie-Adelaide De Savoie; Madame De Maintenon by Princess Palatine; Marie-Adelaide De Savoie; Madam
A Woman's Life in the Court of the Sun King: Letters of Liselotte von der Pfalz, Elisabeth Charlotte, Duchesse d' Orléans, 1652-1722 by Elisabeth Charlotte

Character description

Elisabeth-Charlotte of the Palatinate (1652–1722). duchess of Orléans, was a German princess nicknamed Liselotte. She became the second wife of Philippe, duke of Orléans, younger brother of King Louis XIV of France. She was known at court by the ceremonial title of Madame. She was a prolific letter writer whose correspondence provides historians with a detailed account of the court personalities and activities.

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