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  1. Matilda of Habsburg - Wikipedia

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    Matilda of Habsburg or Melchilde (1253 in Rheinfelden – 23 December 1304 in Munich, Bavaria) was, by marriage, a duchess of Bavaria. She was regent of Bavaria in the minority of her son, Rudolf I.

  2. Mathilde von Habsburg (c.1251 - 1304) - Genealogy

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    Jan 16, 2020 · Matilda of Habsburg or Melchilde (Rheinfelden, ca. 1252-Munich, Bavaria, 23 December 1304) was the eldest daughter of Rudolph I of Germany and Gertrude of Hohenburg. Her siblings included: Judith of Habsburg, Klementia of Habsburg and Albert I of Germany.

  3. Matilda of Habsburg (1251–1304) | Encyclopedia.com

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    Matilda of Habsburg (1251–1304) Duchess of Bavaria and countess Palatine. Name variations: Mathilda or Mathilde of Hapsburg.

  4. Matilda Habsburg - Historical records and family trees ...

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    Matilda of von Habsburg, 1252 - 1304 Matilda of von Habsburg was born in 1252, at birth place, to Rudolph I of von Habsburg, Römisch-Deutscher König and Gertrude of von Habsburg, Römisch-Deutscher König (born von Hohenberg). Rudolph was born on May 1 1218, in Schloss Limburg, RH, Freiburg, Baden.

  5. Matilda of Habsburg - Age, Birthday, Biography, Family ...

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    She was born on January 01, 1253 (died on December 23, 1304, she was 51 years old) in Rheinfelden.. About. Matilda of Habsburg or Melchilde was the eldest daughter of Rudolph I of Germany and Gertrude of Hohenburg.

    • Germany
    • Rheinfelden, Switzerland
  6. Sad & Fiery End: The Tragically Early Death Of The Gifted ...

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    Mathilde’s important position and titles were derived from her Imperial Habsburg antecedents, father was reputed to be the wealthiest of the Habsburgs, Albrecht owned some 300,000 acres (1,200 km2) in Hungary. Additionally, the Archduke also owned a fine collection of paintings and engravings, later the nucleus of the Albertina museum.

  7. Exposing the Sorcerers: the Habsburgs – The TRUTH SOURCE

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    1c1g Matilda – mother of Louis IV, H. Roman Emperor in 1328- 2c1g Albert I, King of Germany (1255-1308) called Albrecht 6c1g Clementia ma.Charles Martel; they had Charles I, king of Hungary/Croatia; & Clementia of France (mother of king John I)

  8. Family tree of German monarchs - Wikipedia

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    of Habsburg 1271–1297: Rudolf II Duke of Austria 1270–1290: Agnes of Bohemia: Matilda of Habsburg 1253–1304: Louis II Duke of Bavaria 1229–1294 r.1253–1294: Elizabeth of Virneburg ≈1303–1343: Henry the Friendly of Austria 1299–1327: Leopold I Duke of Austria 1290–1326 r.1308–1326: Catherine of Savoy 1284–1336: Henry VII ...

  9. Matilda dari Habsburg - Wikipedia bahasa Indonesia ...

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    Matilda dari Habsbourg, lahir pada tahun 1251, meninggal pada tahun 1304, merupakan seorang putri Jerman. Ia adalah putri Rudolf I dari Jerman dan Gertrud dari Hohenberg . Pada tahun 1273 Matilda menikah dengan Ludwig II, Adipati Bayern , mereka memiliki keturunan sebagai berikut:

  10. Limburg-Luxemburg dynasty - Wikipedia

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    The Limburg-Luxemburg dynasty, one of several families from different periods known as the Luxembourg dynasty (French: Maison de Luxembourg; German: Haus Luxemburg) was a royal family of the Holy Roman Empire in the Late Middle Ages, whose members between 1308 and 1437 ruled as kings of Germany and Holy Roman emperors as well as kings of Bohemia and Hungary.

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