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Princess Maria Carolina of Bourbon Her full style is "Her Royal Highness" Princess Maria Carolina Chantal Edoarda Beatrice Januaria of Bourbon-Two Sicilies, Duchess of Calabria, Duchess of Palermo
Princess Maria Carolina of Bourbon Princess Maria Carolina of Bourbon-Two Sicilies, Duchess of Calabria ("Maria-Carolina Chantal Edoarda Beatrice Januaria"; born on 23 June 2003) is the eldest daughter of Prince Carlo, Duke of Castro and Princess Camilla, Duchess of Castro.
Carmen Rosales Januaria Constantino Keller (March 3, 1917 – December 11, 1991) was a noted pre-World War II Filipina actress better known as Carmen Rosales and Mameng and is noted for her skill in acting and sweet voice.
Amici di Maria De Filippi Valeria Valente (singer) – Arianna Mereu (singer) – Antonio Sisca (dancer) – Gabriele Manzo (dancer) – Nicholas Poggiali (dancer) – Nicolò Marchionni (dancer) – Maddalena Malizia (dancer) – William Di Lello (singer) – Riccardo Occhilupo (dancer) – Januaria Carito (singer) – Denis Mascia (singer) – Stella Ancona (dancer) – Giorgio Miceli (dancer) – Rosolino Schillaci (singer-songwriter).
Juliana of Nicomedia It is true that the reference is contained only in the single chief manuscript of the above-named martyrology (the "Codex Epternacensis"). It is nevertheless clear that the notice is certainly authentic, from a letter of Saint Gregory the Great, which testifies to the special veneration of Saint Juliana in the neighbourhood of Naples. A pious matron named Januaria built a church on one of her estates, for the consecration of which she desired relics ("sanctuaria", that is to say, objects which had been brought into contact with the graves) of Saints Severinus and Juliana. Gregory wrote to Fortunatus II, Bishop of Naples, telling him to accede to the wishes of Januaria. Her life is listed in the BHG #963; BHL##4522-4527
Thomas Benbow Phillips Phillips married a Brazilian woman, María Januaria Buena Florinal, but after her death in 1872 moved to the larger Welsh colony of "Y Wladfa", in Patagonia. There, he became one of the most prominent members of the settlement at Chubut, and in 1898, with Llwyd ap Iwan, travelled to London to present the British government with a list of the community's grievances against the government of Argentina. However, the government in London refused to entertain demands that it should assert sovereignty over the settlement.
Princess Maria Carolina of Bourbon Princess Maria Carolina was baptized at the Palatine Chapel of the Royal Palace of Caserta. Her godparents are Prince Laurent of Belgium, Prince Pierre d'Arenberg, Anna Maria Pisanu (wife of the Italian Home Secretary Giuseppe Pisanu) and Ines Sastre (an actress). She was named after Archduches Maria Carolina of Austria; who was the wife of King Ferdinand IV and daughter of the Empress Maria Theresa, Holy Roman Empress and of Francis I, Duke of Lorraine. Chantal is for the Princess's paternal grandmother Chantal de Chevron-Villette and Edoarda for her maternal grandmother. Beatrice is after her paternal aunt Princess Béatrice of Bourbon-Two Sicilies, whilst Januaria is in honour of San Gennaro, the Patron Saint of Naples.
Escrava Isaura (1976 telenovela) The story is set in Brazil in the 1860s, 20 years before the emancipation of slaves. Isaura, a white-skinned slave (actually mixed race, but played by a white actress) lives in the house of Comendador Almeida and his wife Dona Ester, in Rio de Janeiro. Dona Ester raised her as her own daughter, she is educated and beautiful but very modest. Almost everyone likes her, especially Januaria the cook, who is a mother figure to her, but her master the Comendador is not particularly fond of her and he forbids Dona Ester to let Isaura dine with them as if she were a family member. Another person who hates her is the black slave Rosa who detests the privileged life Isaura leads.
Scillitan Martyrs The Scillitan sufferers were twelve in all—seven men and five women. Their names were Speratus, Nartzalus, Cintinus (Cittinus), Veturius, Felix, Aquilinus, Laetantius, Januaria, Generosa, Vestia, Donata, and Secunda. Two of these bear Punic names (Nartzalus, Cintinus), but the rest are Latin names. Six had already been tried: of the remainder, to whom these "Acta" primarily relate, Speratus was the principal spokesman. He claimed for himself and his companions that they had lived a quiet and moral life, paying their dues and doing no wrong to their neighbors. But when called upon to swear by the name of the emperor, he replied "I recognize not the empire of this world; but rather do I serve that God whom no man hath seen, nor with these eyes can see." The response was a reference to the language of 1 Tim. vi. 16. In reply to the question, "What are the things in your satchel?", he said "Books and letters of Paul, a just man." The martyrs were offered a delay of 30 days to reconsider their decision, which they all refused. The fame of the martyrs led to the building of a basilica in their honor at Carthage and their annual commemoration required that the brevity and obscurity of their "Acta" should be supplemented and explained to make them suitable for public recitation.
Ferdinand Philippe, Duke of Orléans The two young princes returned to France via Italy. At Trent they were received by Her Imperial Majesty Marie Louise, the former Empress Consort of the French, who could not refrain from tears at the similarity between the Prince Royal and her son, the late Duke of Reichstadt. At Milan they stayed with Archduke Rainer Joseph of Austria, Viceroy of Lombardy-Venetia, where they heard the news of Alibaud's assassination attempt on King Louis Philippe on 25 June. After the Austrians' refusal of the match, only two potential Catholic princesses remained (Louis-Philippe confided to one of his familiars "I would prefer her to be a Catholic. You believe it is nothing, the Carlists believe it is everything; and I myself believe that it is neither here nor there"), and these were both very young for marriage (born in 1821): Princess Januaria of Brazil, daughter of Emperor Pedro I of Brazil, and the "Infanta" Isabella of Spain, daughter of the "Infante" Francisco de Paula, younger brother of King Ferdinand VII. The former was excluded by her remoteness, and the latter due to her family's unfortunate history (her mother Princess Luisa Carlotta of the Two Sicilies, niece of Queen Marie-Amélie, was monstrously obese) and her physical appearance (she was red-haired and thin; Queen Louise wrote to Queen Marie-Amélie on 21 November 1836 that "I send you her portrait, that Leopold found hideous. Her hair especially is frightening in terms of the children she will have. If all her family are ginger, this will afflict them [too]".