Portrait by Jean Clouet
Portrait of Anne of France, from a triptych by Jean Hey
Portrait of Margaret as a widow painted by Bernard van Orley
Philip the Handsome and Margaret of Austria, c 1493-5. Diptych, Oil on oak panels, each 23.8cm x 16.5cm. National Gallery, London.
Louise of Savoy symbolically taking over the "rudder" in 1525, and requesting the help of Suleiman the Magnificent, here shown lying at her feet enturbanned.
Anne's Coat-of-Arms
Portrait of Margaret aged ten by Jean Hey, c. 1490
Anonymous sketch of Diane de Poitiers after a 1525 original
Portrait of Margaret of Austria, usually dated c 1505, however it may date from as early as 1493. Oil on panel, 36.7cm x 22.5cm. Windsor Castle, Berkshire.
Depiction of Anne and St. John the Evangelist
Pieter van Coninxloo, Philip the Handsome and Margaret of Austria, c. 1493–1495. Betrothal diptych, National Gallery, London.
The emblem of Diane de Poitiers, three interlaced crescents
Triptych which depicts St. Anne presenting Anne and her daughter Suzanne
Tomb of Philibert II of Savoy inside the Church of Brou (Bourg-en-Bresse, Ain, France)
The painting A Lady in Her Bath by François Clouet possibly depicts either Diane de Poitiers or Mary, Queen of Scots.
A noted beauty, Diane maintained her good looks well into her fifties and was immortalized in both sculpture and paintings. She sat for other paintings of the time, often topless or nude, other times in traditional poses.
Margaret's return to her father in 1493, marble relief (created by Alexander Colin, based on woodcuts from The Triumphal Arch by Albrecht Dürer) inside his cenotaph in Innsbruck. Clive Holland remarks that it must have required courage to place the scene next to depictions of the father's triumphs, as at the time the rejection was a bitter experience for them both.
Diane's home, Anet, in the 18th century
Engraving of Margaret of Austria as Governor of the Netherlands
The Château de Chenonceau on the river Cher. Diane financed and built its bridge.
A letter by Charles V to his aunt, Margaret of Austria, 19 October 1518, after she had returned to her previous position as his governess for the Netherlands
Diane's tomb in the chapel at the Château'd Anet.
Margaret of Austria, pearwood, by Conrat Meit, circa 1518
Louise of Savoy, with whom Margaret negotiated the terms of the Treaty of Cambrai.
The Palace of Coudenberg from a 17th-century painting. Brussels served as one of the main revenues of the Imperial court of Charles V in the Low Countries.
Inner courtyard of Margaret of Austria's Palace, an early 16th-century building in Mechelen, Belgium. It was one of the first Renaissance buildings in northern Europe.
Tomb of Margaret of Austria, Monastery of Brou, Bourg-en-Bresse
Statue of Margaret of Austria, located at the market square of Mechelen. The background is the St. Rumbold's Cathedral
Margaret of Austria c. 1500. Attributed to Pieter van Coninxloo.
Margaret of Austria as Duchess of Savoy (15th century).
Margaret of Austria Worshipping by Anonymous (Southern Netherlands) between 1500 and 1510; Museum of Fine Arts, Ghent.
Margaret of Austria (16th century).
Arms as a single lady (before 1496)
Arms as princess of Spain (1496-1501)
Arms as duchess of Savoy (after 1501)
Arms as countess of Burgundy and Artois (after 1509)

Little is known of his life apart from his appearance in records of 1479, 1503 and 1513, in the archives of Margaret of Austria when he is mentioned in relation to the commission of portraits.

- Pieter van Coninxloo

Because her mother died when she was only seven, she was brought up by Anne de Beaujeu, who was regent of France for her brother Charles VIII.

- Louise of Savoy

When still a girl, Diane was briefly in the retinue of Princess Anne de Beaujeu, King Charles VIII's eldest sister who skillfully held the regency of France during his minority.

- Diane de Poitiers

Under the supervision of her governess Madame de Segré, and Charles' sister, regent of France Anne de Beaujeu, Margaret received a fine education alongside several noble children, amongst whom was Louise of Savoy.

- Margaret of Austria, Duchess of Savoy

Anne was responsible for housing and educating many of the aristocracy's children, including Diane de Poitiers and Louise of Savoy.

- Anne of France
Siu Lek Yuen Nullah with Kwong Yuen Estate in the background in April 2008.
Entrance gate of Tin Sam Wai.
Kak Tin in 2012.
Lam Ancestral Hall in Sha Tin Tau.
Sha Tin and Shing Mun River
Siu Lek Yuen in November 2016
View of Tin Sam Village, with Lung Hang Estate in the foreground and Festival City in the background.
Tsang Ancestral Hall in Kak Tin in 2012.
Overview of Sha Tin Tau.
Wu Kai Sha
Kwong Yuen Estate in April 2008, with Hong Lam Court in the background
View of Tin Sam Village, with Festival City in the background.
Kak Tin Playground in 2012.
Access path to Sha Tin Tau.
Residential, commercial and industrial buildings with numerous village type developments has been built along the two sides of the Shing Mun River since the early stage of development of Shatin.
Siu Lek Yuen Industrial Area in November 2016
Earth God shrine in Tin Sam.
Modern New Territories small houses in Kak Tin in 2012.
Walled Buildings in Tai Wai
Tate's Cairn Tunnel entrance in Siu Lek Yuen in November 2007
Tin Sam Da Jiu Festival.
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Siu Lek Yuen Village.
Tsang Tai Uk: external view
Sha Tin Racecourse
Tao Fong Shan

Siu Lek Yuen is an area in Sha Tin District, New Territories East.

- Siu Lek Yuen

Tin Sam Village or Tin Sam Tsuen, sometimes transliterated as Tin Sum, is a village in Tai Wai, Sha Tin District, Hong Kong.

- Tin Sam Tsuen, Sha Tin District

Kak Tin is a village in the Tai Wai area of Sha Tin District, Hong Kong.

- Kak Tin

Sha Tin Tau is a village in Tai Wai, Sha Tin District, Hong Kong.

- Sha Tin Tau

As one of the 9 districts located in the New Territories, it covers the areas of Sha Tin, Tai Wai, Ma On Shan, Fo Tan, Siu Lek Yuen and Ma Liu Shui.

- Sha Tin District
Lomer Gouin

January 23 – Howard Douglas, soldier, educator, author, inventor, and colonial administrator (d.1861)

- 1776 in Canada

February 24 – Grant Allen, science writer, author and novelist (died 1899)

- 1848 in Canada

September 5 – George Frederick Baird, politician and lawyer (died 1899)

- 1851 in Canada

November 17 – Archibald Lampman, poet (died 1899)

- 1861 in Canada

February 10 – Archibald Lampman, poet (b.1861)

- 1899 in Canada
Jean-Paul Laurens, Le Pape Formose et Étienne VII ("Pope Formosus and Stephen VII"), 1870
Catalan Countries (Països Catalans): (In orange, strict Catalan-speaking area) NE modern Spain (Catalonia, Valencian Community and Balearic Islands), SE. France (Roussillon, touching the Pyrenees) and Comune of Alghero (NW coast of Sardinia, an island belonging to Italy)
Buildings in the historic quarter of Troyes
Pope Francis in 2021
The list of popes buried in Saint Peter's Basilica includes the recovered body of Pope Formosus.
Troyes altarpiece (detail) Victoria and Albert Museum, London
Town Hall of Troyes
Cathédrale Saint-Pierre-et-Saint-Paul de Troyes (1549)
Cathedral western front
Houses in the old town

Commune and the capital of the department of Aube in the Grand Est region of north-central France.

- Troyes

He was the son of Sunyer II of Empúries, whom he succeeded.

- Bencion

Pope Stephen VI (896–897), who had his predecessor Pope Formosus exhumed, tried, de-fingered, briefly reburied, and thrown in the Tiber.

- The Bad Popes

In 878, the council of Troyes deposed Bernat of Gothia, who had held Roussillon since 865.

- Sunyer II, Count of Empúries

In 879, at another council held at Troyes, John may have confirmed the excommunications.

- Cadaver Synod
Jialu River, a tributary of the Huai River, flows through Zhengzhou
A train of Zhengzhou Metro running on Chengjiao line
Aerial view of Tai Wai Village, surrounded by some of the modern developments of Tai Wai.
Map including Zheng County (labeled as 鄭縣 CHENG-HSIEN (walled)) (AMS, 1955)
A gudi flute discovered at Jiahu on display at the Henan Museum.
Map of Zhengzhou Metro Chengjiao Line
Entrance gate of Tai Wai Village.
Shaolin Temple (birthplace of Chinese Kung Fu)
A traditional musical performance at the museum
Hau Wong Temple within Tai Wai Village.
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Painting of four animals in cloud
Wai ancestral hall within Tai Wai Village.
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Bronze Fuhao owl
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Bronze Moire copper Ban
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Wangzi Wuding
A train of the Zhengzhou Metro on the Chengjiao line
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Longhai Expressway near Songshan Road
The sign of Zhengzhou Airport Economy Zone (ZAEZ) at Yingbin Elevated Road
Songshan Hall of Zhengzhou Normal University in March 2019
Portrait of Zichan
Statue of Mao Zedong in Zhengzhou
Erqi Memorial Tower
Henan Museum
Between Heaven and Earth by Christian de Vietri

Xingyang, is a county-level city of Henan Province, South Central China, it is under the administration of the prefecture-level city of Zhengzhou.

- Xingyang

The Henan Museum, located in Zhengzhou, Henan Province, China, is a history and archaeology museum.

- Henan Museum

Chengjiao line of the Zhengzhou Metro, planned to be part of Line 9 in the future, is a rapid transit line in Zhengzhou.

- Chengjiao line

The Cheng family, on the other hand, originated from a place called Xingyang in Zhengzhou, Henan which is the place where Chang'e supposedly flew to the Moon.

- Tai Wai Village

The municipality is home to 8,626,505 inhabitants (2010 census) and 6,35 million in its built up area made of 6 urban and suburban districts, Xingyang and Xinzheng cities and now Zhongmu county largely being urbanized, making the city one of the main built-up areas of the province.

- Zhengzhou
Roger Sloman and Alison Steadman
A Play for Today logo as seen here in the opening title sequence from 1976
Stair Hole
Bianca as she appeared in 1993.
Ricky as he appeared in 1988.
Stair Hole formation
The wedding dress worn by Bianca for her wedding to Ricky in April 1997. The wedding episode was watched by 22 million viewers.
The wedding of Ricky and Bianca was watched by 22 million viewers in April 1997.
East end of the Lulworth Crumple at Stair Hole
West end of the Lulworth Crumple at Stair Hole

Nuts in May is a television film devised and directed by Mike Leigh, filmed in March 1975, and originally broadcast as part of the BBC's Play for Today series on 13 January 1976.

- Nuts in May

In 2008, producer Diederick Santer introduced the character for a third time, along with his wife Bianca Jackson (Patsy Palmer).

- Ricky Butcher

Stair Hole featured in Nuts in May, a Play for Today directed by Mike Leigh, and in Five on a Treasure Island, a 1957 film serial by the Children's Film Foundation and was the background for the climactic sword fight between George Baker and Peter Arne in The Moonraker (1957).

- Stair Hole

Bianca has been featured in storylines including affairs, feuds, bereavements, family problems, spina bifida and abortion; two problematic marriages to Ricky Butcher (Sid Owen) – the first of which ended after it transpired that she had a previous affair with her mother's boyfriend Dan Sullivan (Craig Fairbrass); her troubled and dysfunctional reconciliation with her estranged biological father David Wicks (Michael French); her friendship with Tiffany Mitchell (Martine McCutcheon); feuding against Tiffany's volatile husband Grant Mitchell (Ross Kemp); embarking on tug-of-love for Ricky's affections against his first wife and Grant's younger sister Sam (Danniella Westbrook); discovering her 15-year-old stepdaughter, Whitney Dean (Shona McGarty), is being sexually abused by her fiancé, Tony King (Chris Coghill), and his subsequent arrest for paedophilia; and forming a relationship with Terry Spraggan (Terry Alderton).

- Bianca Jackson

Certain other well known plays, including Penda's Fen (1974), Nuts in May (1976), were commissioned by David Rose of the BBC's English Regions Drama department based in Birmingham.

- Play for Today
The Christmas tree counting down at SIR, outside Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. Note the blinder, to prevent the driver from being distracted by the lights for the other lane.
3-window lowboy Deuce coupé with a traditional chop, dropped front axle, sidepipes, bugcatcher scoop (with Mooneyes cover) over dual quads on a tunnel ram, as well as less-traditional shaved door handles and disc brakes
Early Jack Chrisman funny car from 1965
Ford pickup with chopped top.
The launch of a drag race. The Camaro pops a wheelie with Altered on the right lane.
A 1923 Ford T-bucket in the traditional style with lake headers, dog dish hubcaps, dropped "I" beam axle, narrow rubber, and single 4-barrel, but non-traditional disc brakes
1971 Mickey Thompson-owned funny car
A chopped top on an AMX GT show car that was built using a 1968 AMC Javelin production car.
An early example, a 1958 Fuel dragster (technically, a rail), on display at the California Automobile Museum
T-bucket with early hemi, but aluminum radiator (rather than brass), rectangular headlights, and five-spokes (rather than motorcycle wheels) mark this as a later incarnation.
1975 Gene Snow funny car
Chopping the top of a VW Beetle - the C-pillar is unfinished.
Funny Car with body up.
1932 3-window with a classic-style flame job and Moon tank, reminiscent of Chapouris' California Kid
In this picture the chop is almost complete. Note how much smaller the rear side windows are when compared to a stock Beetle.
Chief Timer delivering timeslips to competitors after their passes.
Ford Popular
Blown altered doing a burnout at Interlake Dragways, Gimli, Manitoba.
Hot-rodded prewar British Rover 10
Caterpillar-sponsored dragster. Note wide slicks and high-mounted wing, to assist traction.
1936 Chevrolet street rod
Pain Killer J/D. Note the driver, helmet off, is still in the car, which is under tow on the return road, headed for the pits.
Swedish hot rodders with a 1960s American car at Power Big Meet
Top Fuel dragsters
The iconic T-bucket. Also features dropped tube axle, transverse front leaf spring, and front disc brakes.
Typical Funny Cars
Deuce coupe featuring '32 grille shell, original headlights, chrome dropped I-beam axle and tube shocks. Note stock frame rails, disc brakes, Lakester pipes<ref>owner of the car</ref><ref>Street Rodder, 12/98, p.47; Rod & Custom, 7/95, p.29.</ref>
A typical Pro Stock car.
Deuce roadster with a bobbed frame, dropped axle, disc brakes, and coilovers. Note the contrast with the stock frame rails.
A typical Comp car.
Hi-boy Deuce roadster with flatty (with factory head and exhaust but aftermarket alternator ignition and dual-carb intake), dropped tube axle, and drum brakes.
Super Gas Probe.
"Rat rod" '29 Model A coupe with a '32 grille shell, upgraded brakes, "bobbed" frame rails, channeled, powered by an early flatty equipped with Edelbrock aftermarket head and aftermarket chrome carb hats.
Super Street Mustang
Flamed Fiat Topolino.
A typical Super Stock car
Ghost flames, a contemporary concept
Blown Top Dragster
3 deuces closeup
Dragster engine with dual-plug heads, dual ignition magnetos, and intake snorkel
Improvised puke can
Blazing Angel Jet Dragster
A mid-'50s 392 in a "rat rod".
Smokin' White Owl, built by "Ollie" Morris in 1954
Rat rod
Volksrod, based on a Type 1.
'32 Bantam roadster with mags, disk brakes, hatpins, bugcatcher scoop, roll hoops, & custom interior
'34 Chevrolet Standard
Volkswagen hiboy at the 2010 Volksfest, South Australia
Twin Ford coupes
Classically flamed 3-window at the Voitures Anciennes de Granby expo, with drilled I-beam front axle, nerf bars, velocity stacks, mags, and slicks.
A rat rod during the Voitures Anciennes de Granby expo.
1922 hot rod
Swedish Hot Rod in Ystad 2020.
Swedish Hot Rod in Malmö 1986.

Funny Car is a type of drag racing vehicle and a specific racing class in organized drag racing.

- Funny Car

Chopping and channeling is a form of customization in the "kustom kulture" and among hot rodders.

- Chopping and channeling

The Australian National Drag Racing Association, or ANDRA for short, is a drag racing sanctioning body in Australia.

- Australian National Drag Racing Association

The race follows a short, straight course from a standing start over a measured distance, most commonly 1/4 mi, with a shorter (1,000 ft) distance becoming increasingly popular, as it has become the standard for Top Fuel dragsters and funny cars, where some major bracket races and other sanctioning bodies have adopted it as the standard.

- Drag racing

Typical modifications were removal of convertible tops, hoods, bumpers, windshields, and/or fenders; channeling the body; and modifying the engine by tuning and/or replacing with a more powerful type.

- Hot rod
Theatrical release poster
Asuka with her Eva-02 (in the background) as a child (left), as a pilot (center) and in civilian clothes (right)
Rebuild of Evangelion key visual
Kaworu in his first appearance
Early designs for Asuka by mangaka Yoshiyuki Sadamoto, first published in 1993
Neon Genesis Evangelion and Rebuild of Evangelion director Hideaki Anno
Kaworu was originally conceived as a cat-like Angel who possesses a boy.
"Just to let you know, Asuka wasn't the most open-hearted character I've met. When I act Asuka's part, I try to synchronize myself with her 400%. But every time I tried to draw myself in closer synchronization, Asuka would never allow herself to synch with me. Even in the end, she would never step across the line and draw closer to me. One day, I figured out that there was a wall in Asuka's heart."
–Yūko Miyamura
Early designs for Mari by mangaka Yoshiyuki Sadamoto
Asuka on the cover of the fourth volume of the manga by Yoshiyuki Sadamoto (Japanese printing)
Trina Nishimura voiced Mari in the English first dub
A fan cosplaying as Asuka in 2016
A cab livery decorated with Mari's image in Sapporo
Asuka-decorated taxi in Sapporo

Mari Illustrious Makinami (真希波・マリ・イラストリアス) or Maria Iscariot (イスカリオテのマリア), is a fictional character from the anime film tetralogy Rebuild of Evangelion, based on the television series Neon Genesis Evangelion, and introduced in the feature film Evangelion: 2.0 You Can (Not) Advance (2009), the second installment of the saga.

- Mari Illustrious Makinami

She first appears in the anime Neon Genesis Evangelion, and also appears in the franchise's animated feature films and related media, including video games, the Rebuild of Evangelion films, and the manga adaptation by Yoshiyuki Sadamoto.

- Asuka Langley Soryu

It is the second of tetralogy of films released in the Rebuild of Evangelion.

- Evangelion: 2.0 You Can (Not) Advance

Kaworu appears in the franchise's animated feature films and related media, video games, the original net animation Petit Eva: Evangelion@School, the Rebuild of Evangelion films, and the manga adaptation by Yoshiyuki Sadamoto.

- Kaworu Nagisa

Its differences from these episodes include newly designed creatures and new characters, such as Mari Illustrious Makinami.

- Rebuild of Evangelion
Recurring version of the SaGa logo
First generation Pong console at the Computerspielemuseum Berlin
Unreal Engine character creator
Box art of the North American Game Boy release, titled The Final Fantasy Legend
North American box art, depicting (from left to right) Exor, Bowser, Princess Toadstool, and Mario
The protagonist in a town, standing in front of an inn and guild hall
Mario in a battle against enemy Terrapins in the Bowser's Keep level
In addition to the playable humans, mutants, and monsters, the game features equipment from different genres, ranging from magic and swords of fantasy to plasma rifles and chainsaws of science fiction.
The WonderSwan version features improved graphics and new prompts for aiding in party maintenance

The Final Fantasy Legend, known in Japan as Makai Toushi SaGa, is a video game released for the Game Boy in December 1989 by Square Co. It is the first game in the SaGa series and the first role-playing video game for the system.

- The Final Fantasy Legend

He has worked at Xtalsoft, Square, and AlphaDream where he is primarily known for directing Super Mario RPG as well as his involvement in several Mario & Luigi games.

- Chihiro Fujioka

He has also contributed to several games in Square Enix's SaGa and Final Fantasy series, and created the well-known chocobo and moogle characters.

- Koichi Ishii

The game was directed by Chihiro Fujioka and Yoshihiko Maekawa, produced by Mario creator Shigeru Miyamoto, and scored by Yoko Shimomura.

- Super Mario RPG

Kawazu and fellow designer Koichi Ishii suggested that the company develop a role-playing video game, thus making Makai Toushi Sa·Ga, later released in North America as The Final Fantasy Legend, the company's first handheld title.

- SaGa
Hans Tilkowski in 2005
Wolfgang J. Fuchs in 2019
Sonja Ziemann in 2006
Susan Weinert in 2002
Alfred Gomolka
Ulrich Kienzle
Norbert Blüm
Hans-Jochen Vogel
Wolfgang Clement

8 February - Joachim Hoffmann, German historian (born 1930)

- 2002 in Germany

28 October - Thomas Dinger, German musician (died 2002)

- 1952 in Germany

Johannes Joachim Degenhardt, Archbishop of Paderborn (died 2002)

- 1926 in Germany

12 February – Hansjoachim Linde, inspector general (b. 1926).

- 2020 in Germany

1 December - Joachim Hoffmann, historian (died 2002)

- 1930 in Germany