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Italiano: Maria Beatrice d'Este (1750–1829). (Francesco III d'Este nel 1753, allo scopo di evitare la fine della dinastia, combinò le nozze della nipote Maria Beatrice Ricciarda d'Este, figlia di Ercole III d'Este e Maria Teresa Cybo Malaspina, con Ferdinando d'Asburgo-Lorena, terzogenito dell'imperatrice Maria Teresa d'Austria. Dal matrimonio nacque nel 1779 il piccolo Francesco, che inizierà la nuova linea Austria-Este con il nome di Francesco IV. Ritratto di Maria Beatrice Ricciarda d'Este, copia di Adeodato Malatesta. Modena, Accademia Militare.)
English: Maria Beatrice d'Este (1750–1829) duchess of Massa and Princess of Carrara, heiress of the Duchy of Modena and Reggio, wife of Archduke Ferdinand Carl Anton of Austria-Este, Governor of Lombardy
Magyar: Estei Mária Beatrix modenai hercegnő (1750—1829), 1790–1797 között és 1814–től haláláig Massa és Carrara Hercegség uralkodó hercegnője (Duchessa Sovrana di Massa e Principessa di Carrara), valamint Modena és Reggio Hercegség örökösnője. Férje: Ferdinánd Károly Antal főherceg.

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28 August 2007

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Adeodato Malatesta

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