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  1. Jutta von Sachsen (c1225-bef1267) | Familypedia | Fandom

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    Jutta of Saxony Jutta Ascania von Sachsen was born circa 1225 to Albrecht I. von Sachsen (c1180-1261) and Agnes von Österreich (1206-1226) and died before 2 February 1267 of unspecified causes. She married Eric IV of Denmark (1216-1250) .

  2. Jutta of Saxony - Wikidata

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    Jutta of Saxony (Q769720) From Wikidata. ... Jutta von Sachsen. 1 reference. retrieved. 7 August 2020. WeRelate person ID. Jutta_of_Saxony_(1) 0 references. WikiTree ...

  3. Jutta Cohausz-Wagner – Government employee – Niedersächsische ...

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    Jutta Cohausz-Wagner Government employee at the Lower Saxony mission in Berlin Berlin und Umgebung, Deutschland 38 Kontakte

    • Berlin und Umgebung, Deutschland
  4. Jutta a Saxoniei - Wikipedia

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    Jutta a Saxoniei (c. 1223 – înainte de 2 februarie 1267) a fost regină consort a Danemarcei, soția regelui Eric al IV-lea al Danemarcei. A fost fiica Ducelui Albert I de Saxonia și s-a căsătorit cu regele Eric în 1239. Biografie. Nu se cunosc multe despre regina Jutta.

  5. Genealogy of the Royal Family of Saxony - OoCities

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    Head of the Royal Family of Saxony, August 9th, 1968. Married: (civil) La Tour de Peilz, June 22nd, 1962 and (religious) Vevey, January 31st, 1963: HH Anastasia-Luise Alexandra Elisabeth Jutta Sibylle Marie-Auguste Henriette Princess von Anhalt * Regensburg, December 22nd, 1940. HRH Maria Josepha Princess of Saxony

  6. House of Ascania 2 - Genealogy index

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    Jutta, +1388; m.ca 1377 Duke Bogislaw VI of Pomerania (+7.3.1393) ... Elector Rudolf III of Saxony (1388-1419), +9.6.1419; 1m: before 30.11.1389 Anna of Thuringia ...

  7. Thuringia

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    The Landgraves of Thuringia Thuringia was originally a small area between Saxony and Franconia with the large Thuringian forest along its southern border. There had originally been a distinct Thuringian people, but the territory had been amalgamated and assimiliated with Saxony.

  8. Pedigree: Hedwig (Heilwig) of SAXONY (NORDGAU)

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    HM George I's 20-Great Aunt. HRE Ferdinand I's 16-Great Aunt. HRE Charles VI's 21-Great Aunt. U.S. President [WASHINGTON] 's 24-Great Aunt. Poss. PM Churchill's 24-Great Grandmother.

  9. Pedigree: Ulfhild (Wulfhilda Ulfhide) of SAXONY

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    Her (poss.) Grandchildren: Heinrich (Henry) V `the Lion' (Duke) of SAXONY ; Wilibirg von der STEIERMARK [alt ped] ; Frederick I BARBAROSSA von STAUFEN ; Bertha (Judith) of SWABIA von HOHENSTAUFEN ; Jutta of SCHWABEN ; Ita (Ida) von PFULLENDORF [alt ped] ; Elisabeth (II) von BREGENZ-PFULLENDORF ; Sophie von SULZBACH ; Jutta von VOHBURG ...

  10. (dpa) - German pilot Jutta Kleinschmidt and her co-driver Fabrizia Pons drive the new VW Race-Touareg across a sand dune during a test run in preparation for the Dakar rally in the desert of Morocco, November 2003. 41-year-old Kleinschmidt was the first woman to win the Dakar rally in 2001 when she

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