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'''Anna Constantia von Brockdorff''', anvet diwezhatoc'h ''' Kontez von Cosel''', ganet e [[Stolpe (Holstein)]] e 1680 ha marvet e [[Stolpen]], e [[Saks]], e 1765, a oa un itron alaman a renk uhel a zeuas da vout serc'h da [[Aogust II]], Dilenner Saks ha Roue Pologn adalek 1697 .
En 1706 e voe savet da ''Gontez Impalaerel'' (''Reichsgräfin'') Cosel. Daou vloaz goude, e miz C'hwevrer 1708, e c'hanas merc'h Aogust, anvet ''Augusta Anna Constantia'' diwar anvioù he zad hag he mamm. Bloaz goude, en Here 1709, e c'hanas ar gontez ur verc'h all, Fredericka Alexandrine, ha tri bloaz goude, en Eost 1712, e voe ur mab, Frederick Augustus, diwar anv e dad, haga zegouezhas dezhañ Gut Depenau a-berzh tud e vamm.
[[Image:Stolpen-Constantia.von.Cosel.JPG|thumbnail|Anna Constantia p'edo en harlu e Burg Stolpen]]
Hervez tud al lez e lakae Anna Constantia he fri e politikerezh ar vro betek re.
<!-- and in particular, her attempts to meddle in Augustus' Polish politics encountered strong resistance. The Protestant Electorate of Saxony was determined to turn the King's attention away from Catholic Poland, which he had lost after the defeat at the hands of Sweden's [[Charles XII of Sweden|Charles XII]] in the [[Great Northern War]]. Anna Constantia came to be considered increasingly dangerous to the Polish political interests, especially when it was rumoured that Augustus had written his mistress a secret promise to marry her. The Polish aristocracy tried to supplant the countess von Cosel with a Catholic mistress and thus eliminate her from the political scene. Augustus finally gave in to the charms of Maria Magdalena Bielinski, Countess von Dönhoff.
In 1713, Anna Constantia was banished to the [[Pillnitz Castle]], but in 1715 she managed to flee to [[Berlin]], Prussia. For this, she was condemned in Saxony as a ''Landesverräter'' (state criminal). In Berlin, she hoped to get her hands on Augustus' secret written marriage promise, which was in the hands of her cousin [[Detlev Christian Rantzau]], held in the fortress of [[Spandau]]. However, the countess failed to retrieve this important document and was arrested on 22 November 1716 in [[Halle, Saxony-Anhalt|Halle an der Saale]] and exchanged for Prussian deserters in Saxony. Augustus exiled his former mistress on 26 December 1716 to the Burg Stolpen, where she was kept for the next 49 years until her death.
After the death of August the Strong (1 February 1733) and during the reign of his son and successor, [[August III]], the countess' exile was apparently not lifted, although there is no certainty about that or about the details surrounding her continued residence at Burg Stolpen.
It is curious that the countess did not use the opportunity to flee, twice presented to her (in 1745 and 1756), in both cases the Saxon guards having fled before advancing Prussian troops.
Sevel a reas a-enep dezhi, betek harluañ ha bac'hañ anezhi e-pad 49 bloaz e Saks.
Mervel a reas e [[Stolpen]].
*"Hrabina Cosel", romant istorel polonek e 1873, gant [[Józef Ignacy Kraszewski]]
*''Hrabina Cosel'', film polonek e 1968, diwar ar romant.