Duke Albrecht IV of Bavaria-Munich united Bavaria in 1503 through war and primogeniture. However, the originally Bavarian offices Kufstein , Kitzbühel and Rattenberg in Tirol were lost in 1504. In spite of the decree of 1506, Albert's oldest son William IV was compelled to grant a share in the government in 1516 to his brother Louis X , an arrangement which lasted until the death of Louis in 1545.
Albrecht III "the pious" (1401-60) was the much-loved Duke of Bavaria, as was his son, Duke Albrecht IV "the wise." These kings and dukes contributed to the popularity of the name. These kings and dukes contributed to the popularity of the name.
Albrecht was royalty. He holds the title Duke of Bavaria. Albrecht was born as the child of Rupprecht, Crown Prince of Bavaria, and Duchess Marie Gabrielle in Bavaria on May 3rd, 1905 in Munich. He died on July 8th, 1996.
Title: Trinity (throne of grace) with Albrecht of Bavaria Form: Historiated initial "D," 14 lines, with marginal illustrations Text: Chapter 1 Label: The kneeling man in the lower margin holds a scroll inscribed "Ghif mi heer ware ghelove." Opposite this figure, a helm with a crest and shield bears the coat of arms of Albrecht of Bavaria.
Rulers of Bavaria Ducal Bavaria (also known as the "Old Stem duchy") Agilolfing Dynasty. Around 548 the kings of the Franks placed the border region of Bavaria under the administration of a duke — possibly Frankish or possibly chosen from amongst the local leading families — who was supposed to act as a regional governor for the Frankish king.
Oct 07, 2019 · Born at Heømanice, Bohemia on September 24, 1583, Albrecht von Wallenstein was the son of a minor noble family. Initially raised as a Protestant by his parents, he was sent to a Jesuit school in Olmütz by his uncle after their death.
The arms of the Bavarian counts of Holland and the kneeling owner on fol. 1r indicate that this manuscript was the actual copy prepared for the dedicatee of the text, Albrecht of Bavaria, Count of Holland, from the original text of his chaplain, and is therefore to be dated to 1404 at the latest, when Albrecht died.
Among the Dukes of Austria between 976 and 1493 was Albrecht II, who reigned as Margrave of Austria and Duke of Bavaria in the year 1139. He died without posterity. In 1282 Albrecht III, Duke of Austria, reigned as Albrecht I, Emperor of Roman Germany.
Agilolfing dynasty, 548–788 Agilolfing dynasty Around 548 the kings of the Franks placed the border region of Bavaria under the administration of a duke — possibly Frankish or possibly chosen from amongst the local leading families — who was supposed to act as a regional governor for the Frankish king.
From 1591-1593 Balthasar was the Valet of Duke Albrecht VI. of Bayern-Leuchtenberg. 1594-1597 he was assigned as "Hofkammerkanzlist" at the court of Duke William V. of Bayern in Munich/Bavaria. Finally he was made Country Judge ("Landrichter") in Dorfen on September 26th 1598 where he remained until June 2nd 1602.