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  1. Royal Musings: And who is the new Margrave of Meissen

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    Jul 28, 2012 · And who is the new Margrave of Meissen Despite the protestations of Princess Elvira of Sachsen, the wife of Prince Albert, younger brother of the late Margrave of Meissen, the new Margrave is indeed HRH Prince Alexander of Sachsen-Gessaphe.

    • Marlene Eilers Koenig
  2. Margravate of Meissen - Wikipedia

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    The Margravate of Meissen (German: Markgrafschaft Meißen) was a medieval principality in the area of the modern German state of Saxony.It originally was a frontier march of the Holy Roman Empire, created out of the vast Marca Geronis (Saxon Eastern March) in 965.

    • Meissen
    • Margravate
    • Feudal monarchy
    • Upper Saxon
  3. Albert the Bear - Wikipedia

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    After the death of his brother-in-law, Henry II, Margrave of the Nordmark, who controlled a small area on the Elbe called the Saxon Northern March, in 1128, Albert, disappointed at not receiving this fief himself, attacked Udo V, Count of Stade, the heir, and was consequently deprived of Lusatia by Lothar.

    • 9 February 1123 – 18 November 1170
    • Bernhard
  4. Conrad, Margrave of Meissen - Wikipedia

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    Duke Lothair ignored the Imperial bestowal and appointed Conrad Margrave of Meissen; he also named the Ascanian count Albert the Bear Margrave of Lusatia. As Wiprecht was unable to hold his own against his two opponents, Conrad was securely in power in Meissen by Wiprecht's death in May 1124.

    • 1123–1156
    • Otto II
  5. Albert II † Catholic Encyclopedia Albert II (Albrecht II.) Eighteenth Archbishop of Magdeburg in Saxony, date of birth unknown; d. 1232. He was the son of Gunther III, Count of Kevernburg, and began his studies at Hildesheim,…

  6. Conrad, Margrave of Meissen

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    Theodoric I, Margrave of Meissen — Dietrich I/II Margrave of Meissen and Lusatia Margrave of Meissen Reign 1198–1221 Predecessor Henry VI, Holy Roman Emperor Successor … Wikipedia. Eckard II, Margrave of Meissen — Eckard II ( de. Eckhard or Ekkehard) (died 24 January 1046) was the margrave of Meissen from 1038 until his death ...

  7. She holds the title Burgravine of Nuremberg. Elisabeth was born as the child of Frederick II, Margrave of Meissen, Matilda of Bavaria, and Margravine of Meissen on November 22nd, 1329 in Wartburg. She died on April 21st, 1375.

  8. Dedi I, Margrave of the Saxon Ostmark

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    Dedi (or Dedo) (1004 – October 1075) was the Margrave of the Saxon Ostmark (also called Lower Lusatia) from 1046 and a claimant for the title of Margrave of Meissen from 1069. He was the second son of Dietrich II of Wettin and Matilda, daughter…

  9. Genealogy of the British Royal Family | Familypedia | Fandom

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    The recorded genealogy of the British Royal Family traces back to the early Middle Ages.Although there is no strict legal or formal definition of who is or is not a member of the Royal Family, and different lists will include different people, those carrying the style His or Her Majesty (HM) or His or Her Royal Highness (HRH) are generally considered members.

  10. Otto III, Margrave of Brandenburg - WikiVisually

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    Albert II, Margrave of Brandenburg was a member of the House of Ascania. He was Margrave of Brandenburg from 1205 until his death in 1220. Albert II was his second wife Ada of Holland, his father Otto I promoted and directed the foundation of German settlement in the area, predominantly Slavic until the 12th century.