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      • Kunigunde of Eisenberg (also known as Kunne ; c.  1245 – before 31 May 1286), was a German noblewoman and the second wife of Landgrave Albert II of Thuringia. She was a daughter of Count Otto of Eisenberg and his wife Anna of Kottwotz. Life [ edit ] Kunigunde was a lady-in-waiting of Albert's first wife, Margaret of Sicily.
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  1. Kunigunde of Eisenberg - Wikipedia

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    Kunigunde of Eisenberg (also known as Kunne; c. 1245 – before 31 May 1286), was a German noblewoman and the second wife of Landgrave Albert II of Thuringia. She was a daughter of Count Otto of Eisenberg and his wife Anna of Kottwotz.

    • c. 1245
    • Otto of Eisenberg
    • bef. 31 May 1286
    • St. Catherine monastery in Eisenach
  2. Talk:Kunigunde of Eisenberg - Wikipedia

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  3. Kunigunde von Eisenberg – Wikipedia

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    Kunigunde von Eisenberg, genannt Kunne, (* ca. 1245; † (vor 31.10.) 1286) war die Tochter des Otto von Eisenberg und zweite Ehefrau von Landgraf Albrecht II. von Thüringen Inhaltsverzeichnis 1 Leben

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  5. Cunigunda de Eisenberg - Wikipedia

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    Cunigunda a fost fiica lui Otto de Eisenberg. Ea a devenit domnișoară de onore a Margaretei de Sicilia, soția landgrafului Albert al II-lea de Thuringia. Ea a reușit să îi atragă atenția acestuia din urmă, devenindu-i amantă și născându-i doi copii ilegitimi. Faptul a cauzat despărțirea lui Albert de Margareta.

  6. Theodoric IV, Landgrave of Lusatia - Wikipedia

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    Theodoric IV, Landgrave of Lusatia, also called in German Diezmann, or Dietrich III was a member of the House of Wettin. He was Margrave of Lusatia from 1291 to 1303. He was also Margrave of Osterland from 1291 until his death, and Landgrave of Thuringia, as Dietrich I, from 1298 until his death. Theodoric IV, Landgrave of Lusatia Theodoric and his elder brother Frederick Bornc. 1260 Diedprobably 10 December 1307 Leipzig Noble familyHouse of Wettin SpouseJutta of Henneberg FatherAlbert II, Margr

  7. Kunigunde - Wikipedia

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    Kunigunde von Eisenberg, genoem Kunne, († 1290), vanaf 1274 die vrou van Albrecht II (Meissen) en, as sodanig, markgravin von Meissen, en Landgravin van Thüringen. Kunigunde van Oostenryk (1465-1520), Hertogin van Beiere.

  8. Albert II, Margrave of Meissen - Wikipedia

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    Albert II, the Degenerate (de: Albrecht II der Entartete) (1240 – 20 November 1314) was a Margrave of Meissen, Landgrave of Thuringia and Count Palatine of Saxony. He was a member of the House of Wettin .

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  10. Margaret of Sicily - Wikipedia

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    After discovering the adultery of her husband with Kunigunde of Eisenberg, Margaret left Wartburg; according to a legend, before her departure she bit her son Frederick in the cheek; he was called henceforth Frederick the Bitten (de: Friedrich der Gebissene ). The flight took place on 24 June 1270.