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    • Elisabeth of Bavaria, Queen of Germany - Wikipedia
      • 1227 – 9 October 1273), a member of the House of Wittelsbach, was Queen consort of Germany from 1246 to 1254 by her marriage to King Conrad IV of Germany. Life [ edit ] She was born at Trausnitz Castle in Landshut , the eldest daughter of Otto II Wittelsbach and his wife Agnes of the Palatinate , herself a daughter of the Welf count palatine Henry V and Agnes of Hohenstaufen .
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  1. Elisabeth of Bavaria, Queen of Germany - Wikipedia

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    Elisabeth of Bavaria (c. 1227 – 9 October 1273), a member of the House of Wittelsbach, was Queen consort of Germany from 1246 to 1254 by her marriage to King Conrad IV of Germany. Life [ edit ] She was born at Trausnitz Castle in Landshut , the eldest daughter of Otto II Wittelsbach and his wife Agnes of the Palatinate , herself a daughter of the Welf count palatine Henry V and Agnes of Hohenstaufen .

  2. Elizabeth of Carinthia, Queen of Germany - Wikipedia

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    Born in Munich, Bavaria, she was the eldest daughter of Count Meinhard of Gorizia-Tyrol, and Elizabeth of Bavaria, Queen of Germany, widow of the late Hohenstaufen king Conrad IV of Germany. Elizabeth thus was a half-sister of Conradin , King of Jerusalem and Duke of Swabia.

  3. Elisabeth | Biography, Facts, & Assassination | Britannica

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    Elisabeth, (born December 24, 1837, Munich, Bavaria [Germany]—died September 10, 1898, Geneva, Switzerland), empress consort of Austria from April 24, 1854, when she married Emperor Franz Joseph. She was also queen of Hungary (crowned June 8, 1867) after the Austro-Hungarian Ausgleich, or Compromise.

  4. Elisabeth of Bavaria (1227-1273) - Find A Grave Memorial

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    German queen and Countess of Tyrol. The daughter duke Otto II of Bavaria and Agnes of Braunschweig was born in Landshut. She was betrothed to the seven years old Conrad the son of Emperor Friedrich II in 1235 and married him in 1246. The marriage strengthened the alliance between the emperor and her father.

    • 1227
    • Stift Stams, Stams, Imst Bezirk, Tyrol (Tirol), Austria
    • 9 Oct 1273 (aged 45–46)
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  5. Elisabeth Ludovika of Bavaria, Queen of Prussia | Unofficial ...

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    Jul 07, 2019 · Elisabeth Ludovika of Bavaria, Queen of Prussia Elisabeth Ludovika of Bavaria was the wife of King Friedrich Wilhelm IV of Prussia. She was born in Munich on November 13, 1801, the daughter of King Maximilian I Joseph of Bavaria and Princess Caroline of Baden, and had six siblings: Prince Maximilian (1800) – died in infancy

  6. Elizabeth Bavaria - Historical records and family trees ...

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    Elisabeth of Bavaria, Queen of Belgium was born on July 25 1876, in Possenhofen Castle, to Karl Theodor, Duke in Bavaria and Infanta Maria Josepha of Portugal. Elisabeth married Albert I of Belgium on October 2 1900, at age 24. They had 3 children: Prince Charles Count of Flanders, Leopold III of Belgium and Marie José of Belgium.

  7. Elisabeth of Bavaria, Queen of Germany - YouTube

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    Aug 12, 2016 · Elisabeth of Bavaria, a member of the House of Wittelsbach, was Queen consort of Germany from 1246 to 1254 by her marriage to King Conrad IV of Germany. This channel is dedicated to make Wikipedia,...

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  8. Talk:Elisabeth of Bavaria, Queen of Germany - Wikipedia

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    "Queen of Germany and Sicily" is too far afield from terms by which Elisabeth was contemporaneously and is currently known: History refers to her both as a maiden princess of Bavaria and then as a married Queen (of both Sicily and Germany), but Germany was the more usual title once her husband acquired that crown, and it suffices to disambiguate when used with "of Bavaria".

  9. Elisabeth von Kärnten (von Görz-Tirol) (1250 - 1313) - Genealogy

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    Nov 17, 2017 · Elisabeth of Gorizia-Tyrol From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Elisabeth de Gorizia de Tirol de Carantania (c. 1262 – 28 October 1312) was queen consort of the Holy Roman Empire and Duchess of Austria. [edit]Family. She was the eldest daughter of Meinhard II, Duke of Carinthia, count of Gorizia and Tyrol. Her mother was Elisabeth of Bavaria.

  10. Royalty - Results | FamilyTreeDNA

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    Benelux, Germany & Austro-Hungary Kings & Queens of Germany Elisabeth of Bavaria (c. 1227-1273) => U5b* (mtDNA) Elizabeth of Carinthia (1262-1312) => U5b* (mtDNA) Frederick the Fair, Duke of Austria and King of Germany (1289-1330) => U5b* (mtDNA) Joanna of Bavaria, Queen of Germany and Bohemia (c. 1362–1386) => U5b* (mtDNA)