Albert VI (German: Albrecht VI.; 18 December 1418 – 2 December 1463), a member of the House of Habsburg, was Duke of Austria from 1424, elevated to Archduke in 1453.As a scion of the Leopoldian line, he ruled over the Inner Austrian duchies of Styria, Carinthia and Carniola from 1424, from 1457 also over the Archduchy of Austria until his death, rivalling with his elder brother Emperor ...
Albert V von HAPSBURG aka Albrecht II (King; EMPEROR) of the GERMANS (GERMANY); Archduke of AUSTRIA; Knight of the Garter (not installed); King of BOHEMIA & HUNGARY (in Personal Union) Born: Vienna 10 Aug 1397 Died: 27 Oct 1439 Hungary
Austria and the rise of the Habsburgs in Germany. Albert IV’s son Rudolf IV of Habsburg was elected German king as Rudolf I in 1273. It was he who, in 1282, bestowed Austria and Styria on his two sons Albert (the future German king Albert I) and Rudolf (reckoned as Rudolf II of Austria).
Albert VI of Austria was born on December 12, 1418. ... Archduke Albert of Austria was born on November 15, 1559.
Albert's three sons divide the duchy (the title of Archduke was a 1359 fabrication which was only confirmed in 1513 when Austria was reunited). The death of his cousins without heirs allows Sigismund, Duke of Inner Austria, to reunite the lands over the course of his rule.
His body reposed at Rheims until 1612, when it was transferred by the Archduke Albert of Austria to the church of the Carmelite convent, which he had just founded at Brussels. The relics of this strenuous defender of ecclesiastical liberty were, by permission of the Holy See, shared with the cathedral of Liege, in 1822. THOMAS J. SHAHAN
The Privilegium Maius, fabricated by Rudolf in 1359, attempted to invest the Dukes of Austria with the special position of an "Archduke". This title was frequently used by Ernest the Iron and other Dukes but not recognized by other princes of the Holy Roman Empire until Frederick V became Emperor and confirmed the Privilegium in 1453.
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First it was granted to Frederick's younger brother, Albert VI of Austria (d. 1463), who used the title at least from 1458. In 1477, Frederick III granted the title archduke also to his first cousin, Sigismund of Austria, ruler of Further Austria.
Linz, Austria: Înmormântat: Grabmal Kaiser Friedrichs III.[*] Părinți: Ernest, Duke of Austria[*] Cymburgis of Masovia[*] Frați și surori: Albert VI, Archduke of Austria[*] Margaret of Austria[*] Catherine of Austria[*] Căsătorit cu: Eleanor a Portugaliei: Copii: Maximilian I, Împărat al Sfântului Imperiu Roman Cunigunde, Ducesă de ...