Disputatio:Maria Antonia Austriaca (regina Franciae)

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Nomen[fontem recensere]

Addidi {{Fontes desiderati}} quia id nomen "Maria Antonia Iosepha Ioanna Habsburgum - Lotharingia" dubiosum mi paret. Habemus fontem? Andrew Dalby (disputatio) 08:30, 12 Maii 2007 (UTC)

Re vera nomen "ab Austria" estne attestatum? Sane, ab Austria in Franciam remota est ibique necata est … --UV 19:48, 9 Iulii 2010 (UTC)
There are sources which mention "Maria ab Austria" so that construction isn't invented. Other Wikis also refer to Maria Antonia as "M.A. of Austria". It is customary to use a royal woman's birth title (cf. Catharina Aragonensis). Amsal 21:11, 9 Iulii 2010 (UTC)
Catharina Aragonensis implies Maria Antonia Austriaca or something like that. "Participles which signify Birth take the Ablative of Origin; sometimes with the prepositions ex and de. . . . Ab, and occasionally ex, are employed of remote progenitors." E.g., Plerique Belgae sunt orti ab Germanis 'Belgians are mostly of German descent' (Gildersleeve 395). IacobusAmor 23:53, 9 Iulii 2010 (UTC)
Yes, Maria Antonia Austriaca does seem more common. Amsal 10:55, 10 Iulii 2010 (UTC)
Ergo movi ThbdGrrd 18:09, 10 Iulii 2010 (UTC)

Fons primae recensionis[fontem recensere]

Meyers Großes Konversations-Lexikon, vol 13. Lipsiae 1908, p. 287 (hic in interreti)