additional

Additional information Maximiliana:

additionalFeminine form of MAXIMILIANUS

books

Books about Maximiliana:

booksMax Ernst: Maximiliana: The illegal practice of astronomy : hommage à Dorothea Tanning by Max Ernst (1974)

booksMaximiliana, Zeichen des Widerstandes, 1922-1987 (German Edition) (1987)

booksMax Ernst, Maximiliana: Die widerrechtliche Ausubung der Astronomie : hommoge [i.e. hommage] a Dorothea Tanning... by Peter Schamoni (1974)

booksMax Ernst Maximiliana. by Peter & ERNST, Max. SCHAMONI (1974)

booksDies Natalis Serenissimi Infantis Et Principis Boiorum, Maximiliana Emanuelis Favoribus Sanctorum, Heroum Crepundiis... by Cologne. Collegium Societatis Jesu (Sep 30, 2010)

booksInclutae Academiae Friderico Guilelmiae Rhenaniae Decem Lustra Feliciter Peracter ... Gratulatur Julio Maximiliana... by Karl Ludwig von Urlichs (Apr 16, 2012)

booksVon der Humanitat zur Bestialitat: Eine Bilanz der Franzosischen Revolution (Schriftenreihe Maximiliana) (German... (1989)

wiki

Wiki information Maximiliana:

1217 Maximiliana
Asteroid, Orbital Relationship, Astronomical Discovery, Star system body, Celestial Object

1217 Maximiliana is a main-belt asteroid discovered on March 13, 1932 by E. Delporte at Uccle. It was later named in honour after Max Wolf, the founder and director of the Observatory at Heidelberg. In 1932 there were 188 minor planets discovered.

Archduchess Gregoria Maximiliana of Austria
Deceased Person, Person

Archduchess Gregoria Maximiliana of Austria was a member of the House of Habsburg. She was the daughter of Archduke Charles II of Austria, the son of Emperor Ferdinand I, and Maria Anna of Bavaria. Her elder brother Archduke Ferdinand, succeeded as...