George III is often remembered as the “mad king” or the “king who lost America”.He was incredibly well educated and had developed a passion for arts, music and sciences. An active patron of artists and scientists but he was also an enthused practitioner. He was particularly keen on architecture and employed William Chambers to teach him architectural practice and to design exotic buildings for the gardens at Kew including, most famously, the pagoda which still stands today.

George III is often remembered as the “mad king” or the “king who lost America”.He was incredibly well educated and had developed a passion for arts, music and sciences. An active patron of artists and scientists but he was also an enthused practitioner. He was particularly keen on architecture and employed William Chambers to teach him architectural practice and to design exotic buildings for the gardens at Kew including, most famously, the pagoda which still stands today.

The Georgian Era is a period of British history from 1714-1830 as marked by  the reigns of George I, George II, George III, and George IV, the first  four Hanoverian kings of Great Britain ~ Hester Bateman, Paul Storr, Paul de Lamerie ~ M.S. Rau Antiques

Silver of the Georgian Era

Crafted between 1714 and Georgian silver spans the reign of four English monarchs and a wide range of diverse decorative styles.

George I was born today in 1660. He reigned from 1714-1727 and was the first of the Hanoverian kings

George I was born today in He reigned from and was the first of the Hanoverian kings

▶ Pharrell Williams - Happy [WE ARE FROM HANNOVER] #HAPPYDAY -on the river Leine, is the capital of the federal state of Lower Saxony (Niedersachsen), Germany and was once by personal union the family seat of the Hanoverian Kings of Great Britain

▶ Pharrell Williams - Happy [WE ARE FROM HANNOVER] -on the river Leine, is the capital of the federal state of Lower Saxony (Niedersachsen), Germany and was once by personal union the family seat of the Hanoverian Kings of Great Britain

Elizabeth Stuart, Queen of Bohemia, daughter of James VI and I and Anne of Denmark, b.19 August 1596 Falkland Palace, Fife, Scotland d.13 February 1662 England. She married  Frederick V, King of Bohemia and was the mother of nine children. Her bloodline extends into Germany, France, Sardinia, the Holy Roman Empire and back into England through the Hanoverian kings.

Elizabeth Stuart, Eldest daughter of King James I, Queen of Bohemia, nicknamed “The Winter Queen”

Culloden 1746: The Highland Clans' Last Charge Culloden marked the end of the last and greatest of the Jacobite adventures - the '45 Rebellion - in which the Highland clans challenged the power of the Hanoverian King of England. It was at Culloden that Charles Edward Stuart's army was finally defeated. His tired Highlanders had little chance against the steady infantry and heavy artillery fire of the English.

This was the saddest place I was Especially since the English killed many Jacobite Scots there and they had many English people working there which was an insult

Aloha. Black Warmblood stallion standing at Gray Fox Farm. Always wanted a black horse

The stallions below are for reference only and are not owned by Bramasole Farms. They are either currently, in the past, or in the future, bred to Bramasole farms mares.

Enchanted Serenity of Period Films: Georgian-Era Period Dramas

Enchanted Serenity of Period Films: Georgian-Era Period Dramas

George III was the third Hanoverian king of Great Britain. During his reign, Britain lost its American colonies but emerged as a leading power in Europe. He suffered from recurrent fits of madness and after 1810, his son acted as regent.

George III was the third Hanoverian king of Great Britain. During his reign, Britain lost its American colonies but emerged as a leading power in Europe. He suffered from recurrent fits of madness and after his son acted as regent.

Hohenzollern Castle,Germany (origin of the mightiest Royal Family apart from the Hanoverians and the Wittelsbacher Germany) The Hohenzollern: German Emperors,Prussian Kings,Margraves of Brandenburg and Nuremberg (once upon a time, of course).

autumn, Hohenzollern castle, south of Stuttgart, Germany.such a close drive to this castle and a lovely one with the rolling hills and beautiful landscape.

King George I. George Louis 28 May 1660 - 11 June 1727. At 54 after death of Queen Anne, ascended British Throne, first monarch of House of Hanover. Jacobites attempted to replace him with Anne's Catholic half brother James Stuart, but attempts failed.

King George I, studio of Sir Godfrey Kneller, Bt © National Portrait Gallery, London

Thomas Hudson’s 1744 portrait of George II. Britain’s second Hanoverian king led his troops to victory over the French at Dettingen and triumphed at Culloden. Yet that didn’t stop a Thames waterman yelling curses at him as he walked through his royal gardens © National Portrait Gallery

in George II was crowed King of Great Britain. He was the second Hanoverian king, and the last to be born outside of Britain. He had little control over policy in the country, with the Parliament taking over the majority.

Hanovarian Mare-Looks like  Konetta

HOR 01 01 - Portrait Of Hanoverian Warmblood Horse Standing In Field - Kimballstock

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