Karoline Jagemann  

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Karoline Jagemann (from 1809 Freifrau) von Heygendorff (25 January 1777 in WeimarTemplate:Spaced ndash10 July 1848 in Dresden) was a major German tragedienne and singer. Her great roles included Elizabeth in Mary Stuart (1800) and Beatrice in The Bride of Messina (1803). She is also notable as a mistress of Karl August, Grand Duke of Saxe-Weimar-Eisenach, the father of her three children. Both she and Karl August had their portraits painted by Heinrich Christoph Kolbe.





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