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Johanna of Batavië
By the Grace of God, Princess Consort of Arendaal and the North
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Princess Consort of the North
Consort of Frederik of Arendaal
Consort 1675 - 1690
Predecessor Marie of Montelimar
Successor Hannelore of Danmark
Crown Princess Consort of Arendaal
Consort of Crown Prince Frederik of Arendaal
Consort 1675 - 1690
Predecessor Marie of Montelimar
Successor Theodore VII of the Talemantine Empire
Birth 1650, Batavië
Death 5 November 1728, Emyn Arnen
From Batavië
Marriage 25 January 1678, Versailles
Father King of Batavië
Mother Queen of Batavië
Issue Kristianna I of Arendaal
Royal House House of Batavië (by birth)
House of Lundmark (by marriage)
Full Name Johanna von Lundmark-Kapét
Religion Christian
Buried Versailles Chapel

Johanna of Batavië ("Johanna the Enchanting") (1650 - 1728) was the wife of Crown Prince Frederik of Arendaal and thus the Crown Princess Consort of Arendaal and the Empire of the North between 1675 and 1690. As her husband predeceased his majestic father, Emperor Greger I in 1690, Johanna never became Empress. However, her daughter Kristianna I would become Empress of the North and Queen of Arendaal in 1695.


Johanna of Batavië, Crown Princess Consort of Arendaal


Johanna's relation -ship with her husband was a close one, although her strong personality routinely dominated that of the more passive Frederik.

As Crown Princess she accompanied her husband to the lavish courtly spectacles at Versailles, setting the fashion at the Palace (and by extension for European royalty).


Aren Royalty
Kapétien Dynasty
House of Lundmark

House of Norregaard
Last monarch
   Adeliza I of Arendaal
Children include
   Edvard III of Arendaal
   Alienore of Havenshire
   Karolina,QueenofMontelimar
Edvard III
Consort
   m1.Antoinette of Lorraine
   m2.Catrina of Warre
Children include
   Sven IV of Arendaal
   Adela, Duchess of Treviso
   Leonor, Queen of Batavie
Sven IV
Consort
   Maria Rikissa of Franken
Children include
   Magnus II of Arendaal
   Helene,TalemantineEmpress
   Diane, Queen of Anglyn
Magnus II
Consort
   Diane of Breotonia
Children include
   Greger I of Arendaal
   Kristian,KingofOrmssexColne
   Louisa, Queen of Eiffelland
   Alais, Queen of Franken
Greger I
Consorts
   m1.Marie of Montelimar
   m2.Hannelore of Danmark
Children include
   Frederik of Arendaal (married Johanna of Batavie)
Grand children include
   Kristianna I of Arendaal
Kristianna I
Consort
   Emperor Theodore VII of the Talemantine Empire
Children include
   Gustav V of Arendaal
   Isacco Beniamino II of the Talemantine Empire
   Heloise, Empress of Wiese
   Liliana,Queenof Montelimar
   Kristine,Queen ofEiffelland
House of Nareath

In 1685, Johanna's mother-in-law, Marie of Montelimar died and two years later Greger I married Hannelore of Danmark. Johanna's relationship with Empress Hannelore was initially stormy.

Having been fond of her mother-in-law and having grown used to being the principle beautiful young lady at court, the two quickly became rivals despite the friendship between Hannelore and Johanna's husband Crown Prince Frederik.


The beautiful Johanna of Batavië


It was not until after Greger's death that the two became reconciled. Johanna would offer to have Hannelore's children educated alongside her grand-children (i.e. the children of Kristianna I, including the future Emperor Gustav V, who were roughly the same age as Hannelore's children by Emperor Greger I).

In 1695, Greger I died and Johanna's daughter Kristianna I became Queen. Given Kristianna's youth at the time of her acession, Johanna's exerted great influence upon her daughter as an unofficial regent.


Johanna's daughter, Empress Kristianna I


When Kristianna's husband became Theodore VII ascended the imperial throne of the Talemantine Empire in 1715, Queen Kristianna abdicated her Crown in favour of her son Gustav V. Johanna remained at court in Emyn Arnen, supporting and influencing Gustav V during his reign.

Like her husband she was admired for her good looks and devotion to the arts, traits which their children (notably Kristianna I) would inherit. However, Johanna was more politically minded than Frederik. It was she who convinced her father-in-law Greger I of Arendaal to accept the suit of the heir presumptive to the Talemantine Empire, Theodore VII for her daughter Kristianna I - a novel approach since Queen Regents rarely married the rulers of other states.

Family, Marriage and ChildrenEdit

Princess Johanna of Batavië married Crown Prince Frederik of Arendaal in 1675. Their children included:

Other Royal RelationsEdit

AncestorsEdit

Johanna of Batavie, Princess of Arendaal's ancestors in four generations:

 
 
 
 
 
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Leonor of Arendaal
 
 
 
 
 
 
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See AlsoEdit

Consorts of the Kapétien Dynasty
Empire of the North
Preceded by
Marie of Montelimar
Hannelore of Danmark
Princess Consort of the North
1675 - 1690
Succeeded by
Theodore VII of the
Talemantine Empire
Aren Royalty
Preceded by
Marie of Montelimar
Hannelore of Danmark
Crown Princess Consort of Arendaal
1675 - 1690
Succeeded by
Theodore VII of the
Talemantine Empire

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