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  1. Rapier | Spanish | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

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    Rapier of Prince-Elector Christian II of Saxony (1583–1611) Hilt by Israel Schuech (German, Dresden, active ca. 1590–1610) ... Spain; Date / Era. A.D. 1600–1800 ...

  2. European Heraldry :: Electorate and Kingdom of Saxony

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    • Albertine Duchy of Saxony
    • Albertine Electorate of Saxony
    • Kingdom of Saxony
    • Younger Children of Frederick Augustus II
    • Illegitimate Sons of Frederick Augustus I

    Albert III (1443-1500) Margrave of Meissen and Duke of Saxony

    1. Albert III (1443-1500) Margrave of Meissen and Duke of Saxony. Founded the Albertine line of the House of Wettin. Knight of the Golden Fleece.Married Sidonie of Poděbrady (1449 – 1510) daughter of George of Poděbrady, King of Bohemia.

    George the Bearded (1471 – 1539) Duke of Saxony

    1. George the Bearded (1471 – 1539) Duke of Saxony. Knight of the Golden Fleece.Married Barbara Jagiellon (1478 – 1534) daughter of Casimir IV, King of Poland.

    Henry IV the Pious (1473 –1541) Duke of Saxony

    1. Henry IV the Pious (1473 –1541) Duke of Saxony.Married Catherine of Mecklenburg (1487 – 1561) daughter of the Magnus II, Duke of Mecklenburg.

    Maurice

    1. Maurice (1521 –1553) Duke of Saxony (1541–47) and later Elector of Saxony (1547–53) Maurice received the Electoral Dignity after the Surrender of Wittemberg depriving his cousin Elector John Frederick.Married Agnes of Hesse (1527 – 1555) daughter of Landgrave Philip of Hesse.

    Augustus (1526 –1586) Elector of Saxony

    1. Augustus (1526 –1586) Elector of Saxony. Married firstly Anne of Denmark (1532 - 1585) daughter of Christian III, King of Denmark and Norway and secondly Agnes Hedwig of Anhalt (1573 – 1616) daughter of Prince Joachim Ernest of Anhalt.

    Christian I (1560-1591) Elector of Saxony

    1. Christian I (1560-1591) Elector of Saxony. Married Sophie of Brandenburg (1568 – 1622) daughter of John George, Elector of Brandenburg.

    Frederick Augustus I

    1. Frederick Augustus I (1750-1827) King of Saxony (1805-1827). Elector of Saxony (1763-1806) as Frederick Augustus III and Grand Duke of Warsaw (1807-1813) as Frederick Augustus I. Founder of the Order of the Rue Crown in 1807 and Civil Order of Saxony in 1815.Married Amalie of Zweibrücken-Birkenfeld-Bischweiler (1752 – 1828) daughter of Count Palatine Frederick Michael of Palatinate-Zweibrücken-Birkenfeld-Bischweiler.

    Anthony (1755 –1836) King of Saxony

    1. Anthony (1755 –1836) King of Saxony.Married firstly Maria Carolina of Savoy (1764 – 1782) daughter of Victor Amadeus III, King of Sardinia and secondly Maria Theresa of Austria (1767 – 1827) daughter of Leopold II, Grand Duke of Tuscany later Holy Roman Emperor.

    Frederick Augustus II (1797 –1854) King of Saxony

    1. Frederick Augustus II (1797 –1854) King of Saxony.Married firstly Archduchess Maria Carolina Ferdinanda of Austria (1801 – 1832) Crown Princess of Saxony daughter of Francis II, Holy Roman Emperor and secondly Princess Maria Anna of Bavaria (1805 – 1877) daughter of Maximilian I Joseph, King of Bavaria. Founder of the Albert Order in 1850.

    Prince Karl Christian Joseph of Saxony( 1733- 1796) Duke of Courland and Zemgale

    1. Prince Karl Christian Joseph of Saxony( 1733 - 1796) Duke of Courland and Zemgale (1758-1763).

    Prince Albert Casimir August of Saxony ( 1738 -1822) Duke of Teschen

    1. Prince Albert Casimir August of Saxony ( 1738 - 1822) Duke of Teschen and Governor of the Austrian Netherlands (1781-1793).

    Prince Clemens Wenceslaus of Saxony ( 1739 - 1812) Archbishop of Trier

    1. Prince Clemens Wenceslaus of Saxony ( 1739 - 1812) Archbishop of Trier from 1768 until 1803, the Bishop of Freising from 1763 until 1768, the Bishop of Regensburg from 1763 until 1769, and the Bishop of Augsburg from 1768 until 1812.

    Maurice, (1696-1750) Comte de Saxe, Marshal of France

    1. Maurice, (1696-1750) Comte de Saxe, Marshal of France.An illegitimate son of August the Strong and Countess Maria Aurora of Königsmarck.

    Johann Georg (1704 –1774) Chevalier de Saxe

    1. Johann Georg (1704 –1774) Chevalier de Saxe, Saxon Field Marshal and Governor of Dresden. An illegitimate son of August the Strong and Ursula Katharina of Altenbockum, divorced Princess Lubomirska

    Frederick Augustus (1702 –1764) Count Rutowsky

    1. Frederick Augustus (1702 –1764) Count Rutowsky, Saxon Field Marshal. An illegitimate son of August the Strong and Turk Fatima.

  3. Halberd of Trabant Guard of Christian II of Saxony ...

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    Jun 06, 2021 · The halberd head is mounted to the wooden shaft via two partial iron strap bands [on both sides] with round-head rivets or nails. The overall length of the pole is 64 1/2-inches. Note: Known as Christian II of Saxony [September 23, 1583 to June 23, 1611] was Elector of Saxony from 1591 to 1611.

  4. Christina of Saxony, Queen of Denmark, Norway, and Sweden ...

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    Feb 20, 2021 · Credit – Wikipedia The wife of Hans, King of Denmark, Norway, and Sweden, Christina of Saxony was born in Torgau, Electorate of Saxony, now in the German state of Saxony on December 25, 1461. She was the eldest of the seven children and the eldest of the two daughters of Ernst, Elector of Saxony and Elisabeth of Bavaria.

  5. Christian II (b. Dresden, 23 September, 1583 - d. Dresden, 23 June, 1611) was a Elector of Saxony and member of the House of Wettin. He was the eldest son of Christian I of Saxony and Sophie of Brandenburg. Christian succeeded his father as Elector of Saxony in 1591, with only eight years.

    • June 13, 2021
    • NGC
    • Wien, Austria
    • Silver
  6. Legends on Coins - Saxony

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    In memory of Christian II, Archmarshal and Elector, Saxony, Julich, Cleves, Berg, Angria and Westphalia, Landgrave of Thuringia, Margrave of Meissen, Prince of Henneberg, Count of Mark and Ravensberg, Lord in Ravenstein, rest well. Nomen Domini turris forissim. The name of the Lord is the strongest tower. Num exeq. lohan Georg I.S.R. Imp ...

  7. Feb 07, 2010 · Johann Georg I, Elector Of SAXONY was born on 15 Mar 1585. He died on 18 Oct 1656. M: ii: August, Prince Of SAXONY was born on 7 Sep 1589 in Dresden, Dresden, Saxony. He died on 26 Dec 1615 in Dresden, Dresden, Saxony. He was buried in Freiburg, Dresden, Saxony. M: iii: Christian Ii, Elector Of SAXONY was born on 23 Sep 1583 in Dresden, Drsdn ...

  8. Frederick Augustus I of Saxony - Wikipedia

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    Frederick Augustus was the second (but eldest surviving) son of Frederick Christian, Elector of Saxony, and Maria Antonia Walpurgis, Princess of Bavaria, of the House of Wittelsbach. Because he was underage at the time of his father's death in 1763, his mother served as Regent until 1768.

    • 20 December 1806 – 5 May 1827
    • Anthony
  9. Frederick II, Elector Palatine and Eleanor of Austria ...

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    Nov 03, 2020 · After all,Karl V's aunt, Margarethe was considered for Friedrich the Wise of Saxony, so Eleonore marrying an elector wouldn't be THAT odd. But as @BlueFlowwer says, the best way would be for the Habsburgs to not get Spain and Sigismund the Old to already be married.

  10. Frederick II, Elector Palatine - Infogalactic: the planetary ...

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    The exiled Christian II was contacted by Olav Engelbrektsson, Catholic Archbishop of Norwayand head of the Council of the Realm, in 1529. Christian II was a Protestant, but was also the brother-in-law of Emperor Charles Vand therefore vowed to help the Catholic cause in Norway.

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