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  1. William, Duke of Austria - Wikipedia,_Duke_of_Austria

    William (c. 1370 – 15 July 1406), known as William the Courteous (German: Wilhelm der Freundliche), a member of the House of Habsburg, was Duke of Austria from 1386. As head of the Leopoldian line, he ruled over the Inner Austrian duchies of Carinthia, Styria and Carniola as well as the County of Tyrol and Further Austria from 1396 until his death.

  2. List of rulers of Austria - Wikipedia

    The March of Austria, also known as Marcha Orientalis, was first formed in 976 out of the lands that had once been the March of Pannonia in Carolingian times. The oldest attestation dates back to 996, where the written name "ostarrichi" occurs in a document transferring land in present-day Austria to a Bavarian monastery.

  3. Archduke Leopold Wilhelm of Austria - Wikipedia

    Archduke Leopold Wilhelm of Austria, ca 1650s by David Teniers the Younger Born at Wiener Neustadt on 5 January, 1614, he was the sixth of seven children born to Emperor Ferdinand II (1578-1637) and his first wife, Maria Anna of Bavaria (1574–1616).

  4. Philip William, Elector Palatine - Wikipedia,_Elector...

    Archduchess Maria of Austria: 23. Anne of Bohemia and Hungary: 1. Philip William, Elector Palatine: 24. William IV, Duke of Bavaria: 12. Albert V, Duke of Bavaria: 25. Marie of Baden-Sponheim: 6. William V, Duke of Bavaria: 26. Ferdinand I, Holy Roman Emperor (= 22) 13. Archduchess Anna of Austria: 27. Anne of Bohemia and Hungary (= 23) 3 ...

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  5. William, Duke of Jülich-Cleves-Berg — Wikipedia Republished ...,_Duke_of_Jülich-Cleves-Berg

    William of Jülich-Cleves-Berge (William I of Cleves, William V of Jülich-Berg) (German: Wilhelm der Reiche; 28 July 1516 – 5 January 1592) was a Duke of Jülich-Cleves-Berg (1539–1592). William was born in and died in Düsseldorf. He was the only son of John III, Duke of Jülich-Cleves-Berg, and Maria, Duchess of Jülich-Berg. William took over rule of his father's estates (the Duchy of ...

  6. William V, Duke of Bavaria - Wikipedia,_Duke_of_Bavaria

    William V was born in Landshut, the son of Albert V and Archduchess Anna of Austria. He received a Jesuit education and showed keen attachment to the Jesuit Counter Reformation tenets. His title 'the Pious' was given to him because he devoted his daily routine to masses (when possible, several times a day), prayer, contemplation, and devotional ...

  7. Frederick IV, Duke of Austria - Wikipedia

    Another division of the Leopoldian territories took place after William' death in 1406: Duke Leopold IV, now eldest heir, ceded Tyrol to Frederick, however, he did not become sole ruler in Further Austria until Leopold's death in 1411. The early years of Frederick's reign were marked by external and internal conflicts.

  8. Prince Ernest Augustus of Hanover (born 1914) - Wikipedia

    He was born at Braunschweig, Germany, the eldest son of Ernest Augustus, Duke of Brunswick and Princess Viktoria Luise of Prussia, the only daughter of Emperor Wilhelm II, Ernest Augustus's third cousin in descent from George III of the United Kingdom. Ernst August's parents were, therefore, third cousins, once removed.

  9. Albert V, Duke of Bavaria - Wikipedia,_Duke_of_Bavaria

    Duke Albert V of Bavaria and his consort Anna of Austria playing chess, portrait by Hans Mielich (1552) In 1546, Albert and his father William IV ordered the construction of Dachau Palace (completed 1577), a Renaissance style four-winged palace with a court garden which eventually become the preferred dwelling of the rulers of Bavaria.

  10. User:Sodacan - Wikimedia Commons

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