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  1. Sabina of Bavaria - Wikipedia

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    Sabina was the daughter of Albert IV, Duke of Bavaria and his wife Kunigunde of Austria, daughter of Frederick III, Holy Roman Emperor and Leonor of Portugal. Duchess consort of Württemberg [ edit ] Sabina was promised at the age of six years for strategic reasons by her uncle, King Maximilian I , to Ulrich of Württemberg to whom she was ...

  2. Sabina, Duchess of Bavaria - Wikipedia

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    Sabina, Duchess of Bavaria (1528–1578) was the daughter of John II, Count Palatine of Simmern and Beatrix of Baden. Marriage. In 1544 she married Lamoral, Count of Egmont with whom she had twelve children. When her husband was arrested and accused of treason in 1567, she wrote king Philip II, the king of Spain, a letter to plead for his ...

  3. Talk:Sabina of Bavaria - Wikipedia

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    Why is she Sabina of Bavaria-Munich in English and not just Sabina of Bavaria? This title makes me think she has something to do with Bayern München. Angr (talk • contribs) 13:15, 22 March 2006 (UTC) I agree. Didn't want to question this user too much but it seems like he's not familiar with the naming conventions.

  4. Category:Sabina of Bavaria, Duchess of Württemberg ...

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    May 26, 2019 · Sabina of Bavaria (1492-1564) - Ancestral Gallery.jpg 2,482 × 3,833; 1.77 MB Sabina of Bavaria Ulrich von Württemberg.jpg 600 × 202; 119 KB Tomb of Sabina von Bayern 01.JPG 4,000 × 3,000; 4.73 MB

  5. Person:Sabina of Bavaria (1) - Genealogy

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    Sabina of Bavaria-Munich (24 April 1492 – 30 August 1564) was Duchess consort of Württemberg by marriage to Ulrich, Duke of Württemberg. This page uses content from the English Wikipedia . The original content was at Sabina of Bavaria .

  6. Sabina de Bavaria - Wikipedia

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    Sabina de Bavaria-Munich (24 aprilie 1492 – 30 august 1564) s-a născut ducesă de Bavaria, devenind ulterior soție a lui Ulrich, duce de Württemberg.Sabina a fost fiica lui Albert al IV-lea, duce de Bavaria și a soției acestuia, Kunigunde de Austria, fiica lui Frederic al III-lea, Împărat al Sfântului Imperiu Roman și a Eleonorei a Portugaliei

  7. sabina duchess of bavaria : definition of sabina duchess of ...

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    Sabina, Duchess of Bavaria (1528-1578) was the daughter of John II, Count Palatine of Simmern and Beatrix of Baden. In 1544 she married Lamoral, Count of Egmont with whom she had twelve children. When her husband was arrested and accused of treason in 1567, she wrote king Philip II , the king of Spain, a letter to plead for his release.

  8. OTD April 24th. 1492 - Sabina of Bavaria - All About Royal ...

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    Sabina of Bavaria-Munich was born on April 24th. 1492. Her parents had been Albert IV, Duke of Bavaria and Kunigunde of Austria. Sabina was the grand-daughter of Frederick III, Holy Roman Emperor and Leonor of Portugal.

  9. Maria Josepha of Bavaria - Wikipedia

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    Maria Josepha of Bavaria (Maria Josepha Antonia Walburga Felicitas Regula, 20 March 1739 – 28 May 1767) was Holy Roman Empress, Queen of the Romans, Archduchess of Austria, Grand Duchess of Tuscany, etc. by her marriage to Joseph II, Holy Roman Emperor.

  10. Maria Anna Victoria of Bavaria - Wikipedia

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    Maria Anna was the eldest daughter of Ferdinand Maria, Elector of Bavaria and his wife Princess Henriette Adelaide of Savoy. Her maternal grandparents were Victor Amadeus I, Duke of Savoy and Christine Marie of France , the second daughter of Henry IV of France and Marie de' Medici , thus her husband the dauphin was her second cousin.