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  1. Frederick, Duke of Bavaria - Wikipedia

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    Frederick was an advisor of King Wenceslaus of Bohemia in legal affairs and a favorable candidate for the king's succession when he died in 1393 at Budweis, South Bohemia. He was succeeded in Bavaria-Landshut by his son Henry .

  2. Henry III | duke of Bavaria and Saxony | Britannica

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    Aug 02, 2020 · Henry III, duke of Saxony (1142–80) and of Bavaria (as Henry XII, 1156–80), a strong supporter of the emperor Frederick I Barbarossa. Henry spent his early years recovering his ancestral lands of Saxony (1142) and Bavaria (1154–56), thereafter founding the city of Munich (1157), enhancing the

  3. List of rulers of Bavaria - Wikipedia

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    After the death of Stephan II in 1392, Bavaria-Landshut was broken into three duchies, John II gained Bavaria-Munich, Frederick, Duke of Bavaria-Landshut received a smaller Bavaria-Landshut, and in Bavaria-Ingolstadt ruled Stephen III, Duke of Bavaria.

    Name
    Title
    Start term
    End term
    Margrave of Bavaria
    895
    907
    Duke of Bavaria
    907
    920
    Duke of Bavaria
    937
    938
    Duke of Bavaria
    938
    947
  4. Frederick (1339 – 4 December 1393) was Duke of Bavaria from 1375. He was the second son of Stephen II and Elizabeth of Sicily.

  5. frederick duke of bavaria : definition of frederick duke of ...

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    In 1387 Frederick imprisoned the archbishop of Salzburg to force him to finish his alliance with a confederation of cities in Swabia. Frederick was an advisor of King Wenceslaus in legal affairs and a favorable candidate for the king's succession when he died at Budweis already in 1393. He was succeeded in Bavaria-Landshut by his son Henry.

  6. Frederick, Duke of Bavaria - Blogger

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    Frederick (1339 – 4 December 1393) was Duke of Bavaria from 1375. He was the second son of Stephen II and Elizabeth of Sicily.

  7. Family - db0nus869y26v.cloudfront.net

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    Frederick (1339 – 4 December 1393) was Duke of Bavaria from 1375. He was the second son of Stephen II and Elizabeth of Sicily. Family. His maternal grandparents were Frederick III of Sicily and Eleanor of Anjou. Her parents were Charles II of Naples and Maria Arpad of Hungary.

  8. Frederick de Hohenstaufen (1090 - 1147) - Genealogy

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    Duke Frederick II died in 1147 at Alzey. He was buried at the Benedictine abbey of Walburg in Alsace. His son Frederick succeeded him as Swabian duke and was elected German king (as Frederick Barbarossa) in 1152. Marriage and children. With Judith of Bavaria (1103- 22 February 1131), daughter of Henry IX, Duke of Bavaria:[1]

  9. Frederick de Hohenstaufen (c.1050 - 1105) - Genealogy

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    Frederick's second wife, Agnes, was the niece of his old enemy Albert of Mainz. Children With Judith of Bavaria (1103- 22 February 1131), daughter of Henry IX, Duke of Bavaria: Frederick III Barbarossa (1122-1190), duke of Swabia and Holy Roman Emperor as Frederick I. Bertha (Judith)[1] (1123-1195), married Matthias I, Duke of Lorraine

  10. Biography of Frederick I Barbarossa, Holy Roman Emperor

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    Jun 13, 2019 · Frederick I Barbarossa was born in 1122 to Frederick II, Duke of Swabia, and his wife Judith. Barbarossa's parents were members of the Hohenstaufen dynasty and House of Welf, respectively. This provided him with strong family and dynastic ties that would aid him later in life.