Eberhard IV of Württemberg (23 August 1388, Stuttgart – 2 July 1419, Waiblingen) was the ruling Count of Württemberg from 1417 until his death. Life. He was elder son of Count Eberhard III and Antonia Visconti. On 13 November 1397 he became engaged to Henriette of Mömpelgard.
Vogt Konrad IV von Weinberg, who acted on the orders of Henry VII, declared war on Eberhard, causing much distress in Württemberg. Württemberg was saved from defeat by the death of Henry VII on 24 August 1313 and the 1314 elections Louis IV and Frederick the Fair as rival kings. By maneuvering tactically between the two, Eberhard managed to ...
- Early life
- Elevation to Dukedom
Eberhard I of Württemberg. From 1459 to 1495 he was Count Eberhard V, and from July 1495 he was the first Duke of Württemberg. He is also known as Eberhard im Bart.
Born at Urach, he was the son of count Ludwig I and his wife Mechthild of the Palatinate, born as countess palatine by the Rhine. Count Eberhard V officially took charge of the government of Württemberg-Urach when he was still underage; Württemberg had been divided since 1442. At first he had a legal guardian, a respected nobleman who had mentored his father as a youth, Rudolph von Ehingen of Kilchberg. However, in 1459, assisted by Frederick I, Elector Palatine, he threw off this ...
On 21 July 1495, at the Diet of Worms, the County of Württemberg was elevated to a Duchy. After Maximilian I's councilor, Veit von Wolkenstein, delivered a speech praising the House of Württemberg, Eberhard was dressed as an Herzog and bestowed a sword by Maximilian, who confirmed the treaty. Frederick III, Elector of Saxony and the Imperial Marshal, then led Eberhard I to Württemberg's seat in the Reichstag, between the Duke of Jülich and the Landgrave of Hesse. To confirm Württemberg ...
In the 19th and 20th century the patriotic historiography transfigured him. A bust of him was erected in Walhalla. In the Swabian anthem "Preisend mit viel schönen Reden" by Justinus Kerner, he is praised as: "Eberhard the one with the beard, Württemberg's beloved ruler." In this so-called song of the Württembergers, he is praised as the richest prince amongst the German princes, as he is able to rest his head on the lap of every one of his subjects without having fear for his life or ...
Eberhard IV. von Württemberg, Graf von Württemberg, was born 23 August 1388 in Stuttgart, Germany to Eberhard III. von Württemberg (1364-1417) and Antonia Visconti (1360-1405) and died 2 July 1419 inWaiblingen, Germany of unspecified causes. He married Henriette de Montfaucon (1387-1444) circa1398 JL . Notable ancestors includeCharlemagne (747-814), Alfred the Great (849-899), William I of ...
- 2 July 1419 Waiblingen, Germany
- Henriette de Montfaucon (1387-1444)
- Graf von Württemberg
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He was a son of Count Ulrich of Württemberg and Elisabeth of Bavaria (who was the daughter of the emperor Louis IV), and the grandson and successor of Eberhard II.His reign was noted by a peace-preserving policy of alliances with the neighboring principalities and imperial towns.
Eberhard VI/II (February 1, 1447 (?) in Waiblingen – February 17, 1504 at Lindenfels Castle) was a German nobleman. He was Count of Württemberg-Stuttgart from 1480 to 1496 as Eberhard VI, then Duke of Württemberg from 1496 until his death as Eberhard II.
Feb 07, 2011 · Eberhard V Eppo van Nellenburg (Graaf van Nellenburg en Zurichgau, Vogt des Klosters Einsiedeln): Graaf Eberhard VI heeft in 1056 de schenking bevestigd aan het klooster Reichenau voor de nagedachtenis van zijn vader Eberhard V, patris mei Eberhardi1016, en zijn broers Burchard II en Manegold II, die beiden zijn gesneuveld 1017.
Eberhard II, called "der Greiner" (the Jarrer) (after 1315 – 15 March 1392, Stuttgart), Count of Württemberg from 1344 until 1392. Eberhard II was son of Count Ulrich III of Württemberg and Sofie of Pfirt. He married Countess Elizabeth von Henneberg-Schleusingen on September 17, 1342.
Eberhard II, Count of Württemberg a Ulrich IV, Count of Württemberg (vnuci) Některá data mohou pocházet z datové položky . Eberhard I. Württemberský , zvaný Vznešený , ( 13. března 1265 − 5. června 1325 ) byl württemberský hrabě z rodu Württemberků .