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  1. Duchy of Carinthia - Wikipedia

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    The Duchy of Carinthia (German: Herzogtum Kärnten; Slovene: Vojvodina Koroška) was a duchy located in southern Austria and parts of northern Slovenia.It was separated from the Duchy of Bavaria in 976, and was the first newly created Imperial State after the original German stem duchies.

  2. Ulrich II, Duke of Carinthia - Wikipedia

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    Ulrich II was the eldest son of Duke Herman of Carinthia, who had married Agnes of Babenberg, daughter of Duke Henry Jasomirgott of Austria and former queen consort of Hungary. Still a minor when his father died in 1181, he initially was under guardianship of his maternal uncle Duke Leopold V of Austria.

  3. Otto I, Duke of Carinthia - Wikipedia

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    He could at least retain the ducal title as "Duke of Worms", received the Kaiserpfalz of Lautern and seized large estates of Wissembourg (Weißenburg) Abbey in compensation. Upon the death of Duke Henry II of Bavaria in 995, Otto received the Duchy of Carinthia and the March of Verona back.

  4. Meinhard II, Duke of Carinthia - geni family tree

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    May 23, 2018 · Meinhard, Duke of Carinthia. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Meinhard II (c. 1238 - end of October 1295) was Count of Tirol, Duke of Carinthia and Carniola, and Count of Gorizia (as Meinhard IV) He was the son of Meinhard I of Gorizia-Tyrol and Adelheid, Countess of Tirol (died 1275/79).

  5. Berchtold Berthold II, Duke of Carinthia (1000 — November 6 ...

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    Berthold received, as compensation for the abandonment of his claim, the ducal titles to Carinthia with the Veronese march after the death of the Ezzonid duke Conrad III in 1061, whereby the Zähringer finally ascended to the status of a princely house.

  6. Engelbert II was the Duke of Carinthia, Margrave of Istria and Carniola, Margrave of Verona, and from the House of Sponheim Engelbert was the son of Count Engelbert I of Sponheim and his wife Hedwi, perhaps the daughter of the Billung duke Bernard II of Saxony. He married Uta, daughter of Burgrave Ulric of Passau...

    • 1095, Carinthia (Kärnten), Austria
    • Seeon Abbey, Seeon-Seebruck, Landkreis Traunstein, Bavaria (Bayern), Germany
    • 12 Apr 1141 (aged 45–46), Seeon-Seebruck, Landkreis Traunstein, Bavaria (Bayern), Germany
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  7. Markwart IV von Eppenstein, Duke of Carinthia - geni family tree

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    Nov 29, 2018 · Markwart IV of Eppenstein (* 1010 / 20, died 1076 ) was Count in Viehbachgau 1039 Count in Carinthia , 1070 Margrave of Istria and Carniola (questionable :) Duke of Carinthia from 1073 to 1076.

  8. Otto I, Duke of Carinthia - WikiVisually

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    Pope Gregory V, born Bruno of Carinthia was Pope from 3 May 996 to his death in 999. — Family — He was a son of the Salian Otto I, Duke of Carinthia, who was a grandson of Otto I, Holy Roman Emperor. Gregory V succeeded Pope John XV when only …

  9. CARINTHIA - FMG

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    Graf im Nahegau 956. Graf im Speier-, Worms-, Elsenz-, Kraich-, Engpfinz- und Ufgau. He was installed as OTTO Duke of Carinthia by Emperor Otto II in 978 after the trial of Heinrich Duke of Carinthia who had been implicated in the rebellion of Heinrich II "der Zänker" Duke of Bavaria against the emperor [8].

  10. Duke of Carinthia, He was born as the son of Otto of Worms and Judith of Bavaria around 975. After his father's death, he took the whole duchy with which he ignored the claims of his nephew Konrad. He was succeeded by Adalbero of Eppenstein.