Anna Katarzyna Radziwiłłowa

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Princess Anna Katarzyna Radziwiłłowa (1676-1746), was a Polish–Lithuanian noblewoman and industrialist.

Anna Katarzyna Sanguszko
Princess
Hanna Kaciaryna Radzivił (Sanguška). Ганна Кацярына Радзівіл (Сангушка) (XVIII) (2).jpg
Coat of armsPogoń Litewska
Full name
Anna Katarzyna Sanguszko
Born1676
Died1746
FamilySanguszko
Spouse(s)Karol Stanisław Radziwiłł
Issue
FatherHieronim Sanguszko
MotherKonstancja Sapieha

She was the daughter of Hieronim Sanguszko and Konstancja Sapieha, and married Prince Karol Stanisław Radziwiłł March 6, 1691 in Wilno. She was known for her despotic personality and blamed for the negative acts of her husband as grand chancellor of Lithuania. She was also known for her business enterprises: she created a fortune by founding textile factories and glass factories.

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  • Anna Katarzyna Radziwiłłowa hasło [w] Polski Słownik Biograficzny tom.30 str.384 wyd.1987