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She overrode the objections of Gerard van Swieten who doubted the effectiveness of the technique , and ordered that it be tried on thirty-four newborn orphans and sixty-seven orphans between the ages of five and fourteen years. The trial was successful, establishing that inoculation was effective in protecting against smallpox, and safe in the case of the test subjects.
The empress therefore ordered the construction of an inoculation centre, and had herself and two of her children inoculated. She promoted inoculation in Austria by hosting a dinner for the first sixty-five inoculated children in Schönbrunn Palace , waiting on the children herself. Maria Theresa was responsible for changing Austrian physicians' negative view of inoculation.
In , she enacted a strict regulation of the sale of poisons, and apothecaries were obliged to keep a poison register recording the quantity and circumstances of every sale. If someone unknown tried to purchase a poison, that person had to provide two character witnesses before a sale could be effectuated. Three years later, she prohibited the use of lead in any eating or drinking vessels; the only permitted material for this purpose was pure tin.
Prussian ambassador's letter to Frederick II of Prussia . The centralization of the Habsburg government necessitated the creation of a unified legal system. Previously, various lands in the Habsburg realm had their own laws.
These laws were compiled and the resulting Codex Theresianus could be used as a basis for legal unification. This criminal code allowed the possibility of establishing the truth through torture, and it also criminalised witchcraft and various religious offenses.
Although this law came into force in Austria and Bohemia, it was not valid in Hungary. She was particularly concerned with the sexual morality of her subjects. In , Austria outlawed torture, particularly at the behest of Joseph II. Much unlike Joseph, but with the support of religious authorities, Maria Theresa was opposed to the abolition of torture.
Born and raised between Baroque and Rococo eras, she found it difficult to fit into the intellectual sphere of the Enlightenment , which is why she only slowly followed humanitarian reforms on the continent. From an institutional perspective, in , she founded the Supreme Judiciary as a court of final appeal for all hereditary lands.
Throughout her reign, Maria Theresa made the promotion of education a priority. Initially this was focused on the wealthier classes.
She permitted non-Catholics to attend university and allowed the introduction of secular subjects such as law , which influenced the decline of theology as the main foundation of university education. In the s, reform of the schooling system for all levels of society became a major policy. Maria Theresa thereupon wrote to her rival Frederick II of Prussia to request him to allow the Silesian school reformer Johann Ignaz von Felbiger to move to Austria.
Felbiger's first proposals were made law by December Maria Theresa's reform established secular primary schools, which children of both genders from the ages of six to twelve were required to attend.
Attention was also given to raising the status and pay of teachers, who were forbidden to take on outside employment. Teacher training colleges were established to train teachers in the latest techniques. The education reform was met with considerable opposition. Predictably, some of this came from peasants who wanted the children to work in the fields instead.
However, the number of secondary schools decreased, since the quantity of new schools founded failed to make up for the numbers of Jesuit schools abolished.
Her regime was also known for institutionalising censorship of publications and learning. English author Sir Nathaniel Wraxall once wrote from Vienna: "[T]he injudicious bigotry of the Empress may chiefly be attributed the deficiency [in learning]. It is hardly credible how many books and productions of every species, and in every language, are proscribed by her.
Not only Voltaire and Rousseau are included in the list, from the immoral tendency or licentious nature of their writings; but many authors whom we consider as unexceptionable or harmless, experience a similar treatment. Ironically, for this purpose, she was aided by Gerard van Swieten who was considered to be an "enlightened" man. Maria Theresa endeavoured to increase the living standards of the people, since she could see a causal link between peasant living standards, productivity and state revenue.
After the loss of Silesia, they implemented subsidies and trade barriers to encourage the move of Silesian textile industry to northern Bohemia.
In addition, they cut back guild privileges, and internal duties on trade were either reformed or removed such as the case for the Austrian-Bohemian lands in In the late part of her reign, Maria Theresa undertook reform of the system of serfdom , which was the basis for agriculture in eastern parts of her lands particularly Bohemia, Moravia, Hungary and Galicia.
Although Maria Theresa had initially been reluctant to meddle in such affairs, government interventions were made possible by the perceived need for economic power and the emergence of a functioning bureaucracy.
An additional prompt to reform was the famine which afflicted the empire in the early s. Bohemia was particularly hard hit. Maria Theresa was increasingly influenced by the reformers Franz Anton von Blanc and Tobias Philipp von Gebler, who called for radical changes to the serf system to allow the peasants to make a living. In , she entrusted her minister Franz Anton von Raab with a model project on the crown lands in Bohemia: he was tasked to divide up the large estates into small farms, convert the forced labour contracts into leases, and enable the farmers to pass the leaseholds onto their children.
Raab pushed the project through so successfully that his name was identified with the program, which became known as Raabisation. After the success of the program on the crown lands, Maria Theresa had it also implemented on the former Jesuit lands, as well as crown lands in other parts of her empire. They claimed that the crown had no right to interfere with the serf system, since the nobles were the original owners of the land and had allowed the peasants to work it on stipulated conditions.
For many of them, who are carrying debts, this would mean financial ruin. Because of the opposition, Maria Theresa was unable to carry out the planned reform and had to settle on a compromise. Emperor Francis died on 18 August , while he and the court were in Innsbruck celebrating the wedding of his second surviving son, Leopold.
Maria Theresa was devastated. Their eldest son, Joseph, became Holy Roman Emperor. Maria Theresa abandoned all ornamentation, had her hair cut short, painted her rooms black and dressed in mourning for the rest of her life. She completely withdrew from court life, public events, and theater. Throughout her widowhood, she spent the whole of August and the eighteenth of each month alone in her chamber, which negatively affected her mental health.
Upon his accession to the imperial throne, Joseph ruled less land than his father had in , since he had given up his rights over Tuscany to Leopold, and thus he only controlled Falkenstein and Teschen. Believing that the emperor must possess enough land to maintain his standing as emperor,  Maria Theresa, who was used to being assisted in the administration of her vast realms, declared Joseph to be her new co-ruler on 17 September The 22 million gulden that Joseph inherited from his father was injected into the treasury.
Maria Theresa had another loss in February when Haugwitz died. She gave her son absolute control over the military following the death of Leopold Joseph von Daun. According to Austrian historian Robert A. Kann, Maria Theresa was a monarch of above-average qualifications but intellectually inferior to Joseph and Leopold.
Kann asserts that she nevertheless possessed qualities appreciated in a monarch: warm heart, practical mind, firm determination and sound perception. Joseph, however, was never able to establish rapport with the same advisers, even though their philosophy of government was closer to Joseph's than to Maria Theresa's.
The relationship between Maria Theresa and Joseph was not without warmth but was complicated and their personalities clashed. Despite his intellect, Maria Theresa's force of personality often made Joseph cower. She even wrote: "We never see each other except at dinner His temper gets worse every day Please burn this letter I just try to avoid public scandal.
I am the only person in his way and so I am an obstruction and a burden Abdication alone can remedy matters. Joseph himself often threatened to resign as co-regent and emperor, but he, too, was induced not to do so. Her threats of abdication were rarely taken seriously; Maria Theresa believed that her recovery from smallpox in was a sign that God wished her to reign until death.
It was in Joseph's interest that she remained sovereign, for he often blamed her for his failures and thus avoided taking on the responsibilities of a monarch. Joseph and Prince Kaunitz arranged the First Partition of Poland despite Maria Theresa's protestations.
Her sense of justice pushed her to reject the idea of partition, which would hurt the Polish people. Besides, Maria Theresa herself agreed with the partition when she realised that Frederick II of Prussia and Catherine II of Russia would do it with or without Austrian participation.
A few years after the partition, Russia defeated the Ottoman Empire in the Russo-Turkish War — Thus, in , the Ottoman Empire ceded the northwestern part of Moldavia subsequently known as Bukovina to Austria. Maria Theresa very unwillingly consented to the occupation of Bavaria, and a year later she made peace proposals to Frederick II despite Joseph's objections. It is unlikely that Maria Theresa ever completely recovered from the smallpox attack in , as 18th-century writers asserted.
She suffered from shortness of breath , fatigue , cough , distress, necrophobia and insomnia. She later developed edema. Maria Theresa fell ill on 24 November Her physician, Dr. Störk, thought her condition serious, although her son Joseph was confident that she would recover in no time. By 26 November, she asked for the last rites , and on 28 November, the doctor told her that the time had come.
On 29 November, she died surrounded by her remaining children. Her longtime rival Frederick the Great , on hearing of her death, said that she had honored her throne and her sex, and though he had fought against her in three wars, he never considered her his enemy. Maria Theresa understood the importance of her public persona and was able to simultaneously evoke both esteem and affection in her subjects; a notable example was how she projected dignity and simplicity to awe the people in Pressburg before she was crowned as Queen of Hungary.
Her reforms had transformed the empire into a modern state with a significant international standing. A number of streets and squares were named after her throughout the empire as well as statues and monuments built. In Vienna a large bronze monument was built in her honour at Maria-Theresien-Platz in The Maria Theresia Garden Square Uzhhorod was constructed in her memory as recently as A number of her descendants were named in her honour.
Her granddaughter Maria Theresa of Naples and Sicily became Holy Roman Empress as well in The Imperial and Royal Navy ship SMS Kaiserin und Königin Maria Theresia was laid down in The Military Order of Maria Theresa was founded by her in and remained in existence until after World War I. The Theresianum was founded by her in and is one of Austria's finest schools. The Maria Theresa thaler was issued during her reign but was continued to be struck afterwards and became legal tender as far as the Persian Gulf region and southeast Asia.
The Austrian Mint continues to issue it. Asteroid Theresia was named in her honour in The garrison town of Terezin Theresienstadt in Bohemia was constructed in and named after her.
A crystal chandelier with Bohemian crystal glass was named in her honour and is known as the Marie Therese chandelier. The Maria Theresa Room Maria-Theresien-Zimmer in the Leopoldine Wing of the Hofburg palace is named in her honour and a large state portrait of her by van Meyten's school from depicting her in the Hungarian coronation dress hangs in the centre. All oath of allegiance ceremonies of a newly elected government of Austria are conducted in this room with the signing taking place underneath her portrait.
It has a portrait of the queen dressed for her coronation, alongside a portrait of her husband Emperor Francis I on the other side. The room was especially tailored in memory of the reconciliation between the monarch and the government and is used for official state receptions. She has appeared as the main figure in a number of films and series such as the Maria Theresa film and Maria Theresia miniseries , an Austria-Czech television miniseries from Maria Theresa, by the Grace of God , Dowager Empress of the Romans, Queen of Hungary, of Bohemia, of Dalmatia, of Croatia, of Slavonia, of Galicia, of Lodomeria, etc.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Holy Roman Empress. Portrait by Martin van Meytens , Imperial Crypt. Francis I, Holy Roman Emperor. Archduchess Maria Elisabeth Archduchess Maria Anna Archduchess Maria Carolina Joseph II, Holy Roman Emperor Maria Christina, Duchess of Teschen Archduchess Maria Elisabeth Archduke Charles Joseph Maria Amalia, Duchess of Parma Leopold II, Holy Roman Emperor Archduchess Maria Carolina Archduchess Johanna Gabriela Archduchess Maria Josepha Maria Carolina, Queen of Naples and Sicily Ferdinand, Duke of Breisgau Maria Antonia, Queen of France Maximilian Francis, Archbishop-Elector of Cologne.
Main article: War of the Austrian Succession. Main article: Seven Years' War. Further information: Metropolitanate of Karlovci and Declaratory Rescript of the Illyrian Nation. Ancestors of Maria Theresa  8. Ferdinand III, Holy Roman Emperor 4. Leopold I, Holy Roman Emperor 9. Maria Anna of Austria 2. Charles VI, Holy Roman Emperor Philip William, Elector Palatine 5. Eleonore Magdalene of Neuburg Elisabeth Amalie of Hesse-Darmstadt 1.
Maria Theresa of Austria Anthony Ulrich, Duke of Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel 6. Louis Rudolph, Duke of Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel Elisabeth Juliane of Holstein-Norburg 3. Elisabeth Christine of Brunswick Albert Ernest I, Prince of Oettingen-Oettingen 7. Christine Louise of Oettingen-Oettingen Christine Friederike of Württemberg. Maria Theresa, however, descended from Leopold I's third wife who was not closely related to him, and her parents were only distantly related.
Beales , pp. Spielman , p. His only possessions within the Empire were the Duchy of Teschen and County of Falkenstein. Beales , p. Podewils wrote detailed descriptions of Maria Theresa's physical appearance and how she spent her days. Mahan , p. Since the rash appeared two days after Maria Josepha had visited the vault, the Archduchess must have been infected much before visiting the vault. Hopkins , p. Toleration, indifferentism, are exactly the right means to undermine everything What other restraint exists?
Neither the gallows nor the wheel I speak politically now, not as a Christian. Nothing is so necessary and beneficial as religion. Would you allow everyone to act according to his fantasy? If there were no fixed cult, no subjection to the Church, where should we be?
The law of might would take command. Retrieved 29 November The Historical Journal. ISSN X. Deutsche Welle. Retrieved 2 December Retrieved 28 November Bourdeaux: Frederic Guillaume Birnstiel. Beales, Derek Joseph II: In the shadow of Maria Theresa, — Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. ISBN Beller, Steven A Concise History of Austria.
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Stroud : Alan Sutton. Byrne, James M Religion and the Enlightenment: from Descartes to Kant. Louisville : Westminster John Knox Press. Enlightenment and Reform in Eighteenth-Century Europe. London: I. The Serbs. Wikimedia Commons. Concurso de belleza. Jessica Newton. Miss Universo - Presente Miss Mundo - Miss Internacional - Miss Grand Internacional - Presente Miss Supranacional - Presente. Madeline Hartog-Bel Houghton.
La Libertad. Jessica Patricia Newton Vasquez-Saenz. Viviana Magaly del Rocio Rivasplata Aita. Claudia Ortiz de Zevallos Cano. Giuliana Myriam Zevallos Roncagliolo. Lima Provincia. Teatro Municipal de Lima , Lima. Fu realizzata una rete di canali tuttora esistente Linea Sisto e Linea Pio  e vennero bonificate buona parte delle paludi nella zona di Sezze e Terracina.
Nella visita del il Papa decise di convertire le colonie in enfiteusi. In Umbria furono effettuati lavori di prosciugamento. Vi si producevano: lana, lino, canapa e cotone . Sorsero nelle province molte accademie agrarie. Pio VI promosse anche delle riforme amministrative. Il pontefice inoltre introdusse due importanti provvedimenti doganali: furono aboliti i dazi interni allo Stato e furono introdotte le dogane ai confini Anche la riforma introdotta nel da Fabrizio Ruffo , Tesoriere generale della Camera Apostolica ebbe grande importanza: egli soppresse la precettazione del bestiame ovino e suino e dell' olio , istituendone il libero commercio .
Il 15 febbraio fu dichiarato decaduto il potere temporale del pontefice e fu proclamata, sul modello francese, la Repubblica Romana. Il pontefice mantenne un contegno improntato alla fermezza.
Il generale Berthier ingiunse al pontefice di lasciare Roma. Il pontefice fu condotto in esilio a Siena , nel Granducato di Toscana , che era uno Stato neutrale.
Tra essi i cardinali Antonelli , Doria , Borgia , Roverella , della Somaglia e Carandini e il Governatore di Roma, monsignor Crivelli. Tutti i predetti rifiutarono di prestare giuramento alla repubblica. Furono imprigionati nel monastero delle Convertite al Corso , poi trasferiti a Civitavecchia e, di qui, costretti ad imbarcarsi. Anch'essi trovarono rifugio in Toscana. Il 26 maggio Siena fu colpita da un fortissimo terremoto. Il pontefice fu trasferito in un altro alloggio.
Risultato: Pio VI dovette lasciare Siena. Venne condotto, sempre in forma di arresto, alla Certosa di San Casciano , 3 km a sud di Firenze , dove fu segregato nel convento.
Durante la sua detenzione nel monastero, la sua cella fu guardata a vista da due commissari francesi. Prima ancora che venisse presa una decisione, nel marzo i francesi invasero il Granducato.
Dopo la partenza per l'esilio di Ferdinando III, essi ordinarono al pontefice di lasciare la Toscana. Ma, quando i francesi lo esposero al popolo, Pio VI, invece di essere ingiuriato, venne acclamato . Fu allora decretata la sua carcerazione in Francia. Per avvilire il pontefice e per deprimerlo moralmente, furono allontanati i membri della Corte pontificia che lo assistevano personalmente dall'inizio dell'esilio.
A Grenoble il pontefice ebbe la consolazione di rincontrare i prelati di Corte. Tutte le comunicazioni con l'esterno gli furono vietate. Intanto a Venezia , regione conquistata dall'Austria imperiale e luogo del conclave, si svolse l'orazione funebre alla presenza del Sacro Collegio 30 ottobre.
Il 29 gennaio Pio VI fu sepolto, come un comune cittadino, nel cimitero civico. Sulla cassa fu scritto: «Cittadino Giannangelo Braschi - in arte Papa». Il corpo venne riesumato il 24 dicembre Giunse a Civitavecchia il 10 febbraio, ottenne finalmente le esequie ufficiali il 17 febbraio, in una cerimonia presieduta dallo stesso Pio VII.
Il giorno dopo, la salma del pontefice ricevette degna sepoltura nella Basilica di San Pietro. Per decreto di papa Pio XII , nel , i resti di Pio VI vennero spostati dalla cappella della Madonna di San Pietro nelle Grotte Pontificie, posti in un antico sarcofago romano di marmo ritrovato durante gli scavi. Sopra la sua tomba, appesa al muro, venne posta una lapide con la seguente iscrizione:. A Valence la morte di Pio VI viene ricordata il 29 agosto di ogni anno. Pio VI fu l'ultimo papa a morire fuori dall'Italia.
Prima di lui, l'ultimo pontefice era stato Urbano V. Fonti: LA Documenta Catholica Omnia , su documentacatholicaomnia. Papa Pio VI durante il suo pontificato ha creato 73 cardinali nel corso di 23 distinti concistori. Altri progetti. Da Wikipedia, l'enciclopedia libera. XVI, parte I. URL consultato il 18 luglio archiviato dall' url originale il 6 marzo URL consultato il 18 luglio URL consultato il 18 luglio archiviato dall' url originale il 27 febbraio
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