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  1. Barbara Zápolya - Wikipedia

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    Barbara Zápolya was Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania as the first wife of King Sigismund I the Old. Marriage to Barbara represented an alliance between Sigismund and the House of Zápolya against the Habsburgs in succession disputes over the throne to the Kingdom of Hungary. The alliance was short-lived as the renewed Muscovite–Lithuanian War forced Sigismund to look for Habsburg allies. The marriage was loving, but short. Barbara was the mother of Hedwig, Electress of ...

    • 8 February 1512 – 2 October 1515
    • 8 February 1512, Wawel Cathedral
    • 1495, Trenčín (most likely)
    • October 2, 1515 (aged 19–20), Kraków
  2. Barbara Zápolya (1495–1515) was Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania as the first wife of King Sigismund I the Old. Marriage to Barbara represented an alliance between Sigismund and the House of Zápolya against the Habsburgs in succession disputes over the throne to the Kingdom of Hungary. The alliance was short-lived as the renewed Muscovite–Lithuanian War forced Sigismund to ...

  3. Hedwig Jagiellon, Electress of Brandenburg - Wikipedia

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    The wedding was held in Kraków. As the Jagiellon dynasty was Catholic, Joachim II promised Sigismund he would not make Hedwig change her religion and gave her as a dower the county of Ruppin as well as the cities Alt Ruppin and Neuruppin. The marriage contract, signed on 21 March 1535, stipulated that Hedwig would be allowed to bring a Polish priest with her and always be free in the exercise of Catholic prayers.

  4. The King for Aragon | Page 2 | alternatehistory.com

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    Aug 12, 2017 · In Eastern Hungary, the wedding of Catalina of Aragon and John Albert Zápolya was celebrated in 1580, when the bride was 12 years old. She did not, however, travel to her husband, due to political unrest the followed the death of the King, thus making John III Albert Zápolya the new King. He...

  5. Bona Sforza | Military Wiki | Fandom

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    Bona Sforza (2 February 1494 – 19 November 1557) was a member of the powerful House of Sforza, which ruled the Duchy of Milan since 1447. In 1518, she became the second wife of Sigismund I the Old, the King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania. Their marriage lasted 30 years until Sigismund's death in 1548. Ambitious and energetic, Bona became heavily involved in the political life of ...

    • (1494-02-02)2 February 1494 Vigevano, Italy
    • Sigismund I of Poland
  6. May 10, 2017 - Marble bust of Barbara Zápolya by Anonymous, first quarter of the 16th century, Olesko Castle

  7. Hedwig of Poland (1513-1573) | Familypedia | Fandom

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    Hedwig Jagiellonica of Poland was born 15 March 1513 in Posen to Sigismund Jagiellon (1467-1548) and Barbara Zápolya (1495-1515) and died 7 February 1573 in Neuruppin of unspecified causes. She married Joachim II. Hector von Brandenburg (1505-1571) 1535 JL.

  8. Isabella of Aragon, Duchess of Milan - Wikipedia

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    In the same year, Barbara Zápolya, wife of Sigismund I the Old died. The marriage had not produced male issue and so it was expected that the Polish king would remarry. Zápolya came from an anti-Habsburg family, something Emperor Maximilian was conscious of.

  9. Sigismund Jagiellon (1467-1548) | Familypedia | Fandom

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    Sigismund I the Old Jagiellon, King of Poland, Grand Duke of Lithuania, Duke of Silesia, was born 1 January 1467 to Casimir IV of Poland (1427-1492) and Elisabeth von Habsburg (1437-1505) and died 1 April 1548 of unspecified causes. He married Barbara Zápolya (1495-1515) 1512 JL. He married Bona Sforza (1494-1557) 1517 JL.

  10. The King for Aragon | alternatehistory.com

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    That did not mean support for the Zápolya Kings of Eastern Hungary was ended, and in 1575, the King of Aragon again showed his faith in John II Sigismund Zápolya to take the rest of Hungary, by betrothing his eldest daughter to Zápolya’s son by Sophia Báthory, and his second born son to Zápolya’s only daughter, Barbara Zápolya.