Elizabeth of Austria (German: Elisabeth von Habsburg; Polish: Elżbieta Rakuszanka; Lithuanian: Elžbieta Habsburgaitė; c. 1436 – 30 August 1505) was the wife of King Casimir IV of Poland and thus Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania. Orphaned at an early age, she spent her childhood in the court of Holy Roman Emperor Frederick III.
- 1436, Vienna
- 30 August 1505 (aged 68–69), Kraków
- 10 February 1454
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Archduchess Elisabeth of Austria (31 May 1922 – 6 January 1993) was a member of the House of Habsburg-Lorraine. She was the youngest daughter of Charles I, the last Emperor of Austria, and his wife, Princess Zita of Bourbon-Parma.
Dec 20, 2016 · Elisabeth of Austria (June 5, 1554 – January 22, 1592), was born an Archduchess of Austria, and later became Queen of France. She was the daughter of Holy Roman Emperor Maximilian II and Maria of Spain. She was married to Charles IX of France for three and a half years, until his death.
- Marie Elisabeth de Valois, Charles de Valois, Duke of Angoulême
Wikipedia Elsabeth of Austria was born 1436 in Vienna, Austria to Albrecht II von Habsburg (1397-1439) and Elisabeth von Luxemburg (1409-1442) and died 30 August 1505 in Krakow, Poland of unspecified causes.
- 1436 Vienna, Austria
- 30 August 1505 Krakow, Poland
- Elisabeth von Luxemburg (1409-1442)
Elisabeth von Habsburg was born in 1438. 1 She was the daughter of Albrecht V von Österreich, Holy Roman Emperor and Elisabeth de Luxembourg. 1 She married Casimir IV Jagiellon, King of Poland, son of Wladislaw II Jagiellon, King of Poland and Sophie of Holszany, on 10 February 1454 at Prague, Czech Republic G. 1, 2 She died on 30 August 1505. 1, 2
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Elisabeth made no secret of her dislike of the fossilized traditions of the Viennese court. Her liberal attitudes led to her developing doubts about the viability of the Monarchy. She saw herself as a foreign body in court society and withdrew increasingly from her duties as empress.
‘Elisabeth’ has become a major tourist marque and is today the most well-known member of the Habsburg dynasty: Sisi, the reluctant empress, has thus become the ‘poster child’ for Habsburg tourism, a position that she would surely have abhorred.
Elisabeth of Austria was born 5 July 1554 in Vienna, Austria to Maximilian II, Holy Roman Emperor (1527-1576) and Maria of Spain (1528-1603) and died 22 January 1592 in Vienna, Austria of unspecified causes. She married Charles IX of Angoulême (1550-1574) 26 November 1570 JL.
- 5 July 1554 Vienna, Austria
- Maria of Spain (1528-1603)
- 22 January 1592 Vienna, Austria
- Charles IX of Angouleme (1550-1574)
Elisabeth Irene Maria Fidelis Gräfin von Habsburg-Lothringen was born on 13 March 1927 at Vienna, Austria G. 1 She is the daughter of Leo Karl Erzherzog von Österreich and Marie-Clothilde von Thuillières, Comtesse de Montjoye-Vaufrey et de la Roche. 1