Marquess / Marquis /Margrave / Landgrave A marquess (UK /ˈmɑːkwɪs/; French: marquis, /mɑrˈkiː/) is a nobleman of hereditary rank in various European peerages. In Great Britain and Ireland the title ranks below a duke and above an earl. A woman of rank, orwife of a marquess, is a marchioness /ˌmɑːrʃəˈnɛs/ in Great Britain and Ireland or a marquise /mɑrˈkiːz/. In Welsh: Ardalydd / Ardalyddes .
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Frederick, prince of Hesse-Kassel, painted by Wilhelm Böttner, 1787. He was born as the youngest son of Hereditary Prince Frederick of Hesse-Kassel (the future Landgrave Frederick II) and Princess Mary of Great Britain. He was the last surviving grandchild of George II of Great Britain, dying one month before his first cousin twice removed, Victoria ascended to the throne.
Moritz, Landgrave of Hesse - Moritz (right) with his mother and brothers
Hermann von Hessen-Rotenburg (1607-1658) / Hermann of Hesse-Rotenburg at age 31 (1638).Curled hair, lace collar, sash, doublet, and breeches. The Landgrave is pictured standing, holding a cane in right hand and with left hand resting on a plumed hat on a table to the right, with a small dog below. With Latin inscription on cartouche below. For another impression see RCIN 610708. A plate from Monumentum sepulcrale, ad Illustrissimi Celsissimique Principis ac Domini, Dn. Mauritii Hassiae…
International Portrait Gallery: Retrato del Landgrave Wilhelm IX de Hessen-Kassel