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  1. Henry II, Duke of Austria - Wikipedia

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    Henry II (German: Heinrich; 1112 – 13 January 1177), called Jasomirgott, a member of the House of Babenberg, was Count Palatine of the Rhine from 1140 to 1141, Duke of Bavaria and Margrave of Austria from 1141 to 1156 (as Henry XI), and the first Duke of Austria from 1156 until his death.

  2. Henry XIII, Duke of Bavaria - Wikipedia

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    Henry received Lower Bavaria and Louis Upper Bavaria and the Palatinate. It was the first of many divisions of the duchy . Henry resided in Landshut and, in 1255, the work for the main castle of Burghausen Castle was begun.

  3. Leopold, Duke of Bavaria - Wikipedia

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    Leopold (German: Luitpold, c. 1108 – 18 October 1141), known as Leopold the Generous (German: Luitpold der Freigiebige), was Margrave of Austria as Leopold IV from 1136, and Duke of Bavaria as Leopold I from 1139 until his death in 1141.

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  4. Henry VII, Duke of Bavaria | Henry VII, Duke Bavaria

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    Henry VII (died 16 October 1047) was the count of Luxembourg (as Henry II) from 1026 and duke of Bavaria from 1042 until his death. He was the son of Frederick, count of Moselgau, and possibly Ermentrude of Gleiberg. In 1026, he inherited Luxembourg from his uncle Henry I.

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  6. Henry (919 - 955) - Genealogy

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    Apr 26, 2017 · Henry I (919/921 – November 1, 955) was Duke of Bavaria. He was the second son of the German King Henry the Fowler and his wife Matilda. He attempted a revolt against his older brother Otto I in 938 in alliance with Eberhard of Franconia and Giselbert of Lorraine, believing he had a claim on the throne.

  7. Henry XIII, Duke of Bavaria | Historipedia Official Wiki | Fandom

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    Henry I of Lower Bavaria, member of the Wittelsbach dynasty (19 November 1235 – 3 February 1290 in Burghausen) was Duke of Lower Bavaria. As Duke of Bavaria, he is also called Henry XIII. He was the younger son of Otto II and the Countess of Palatinate Agnes of Brunswick.

  8. Arnulf, Duke of Bavaria - Wikipedia

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    When Arnulf was besieged by Henry in Regensburg, the duke entered into peace negotiations and recognized the sovereignty of the German king. King Henry confirmed Arnulf's autonomous rule over Bavaria, including the right of investiture and several important regalia , in return for Arnulf's renunciation of his royal claim.

  9. Henry II, Duke of Austria | Military Wiki | Fandom

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    Henry II (German language: Heinrich; 1112 – 13 January 1177), called Jasomirgott, a member of the House of Babenberg, was Count Palatine of the Rhine from 1140 to 1141, Duke of Bavaria and Margrave of Austria from 1141 to 1156 (as Henry XI), and the first Duke of Austria from 1156 until his death. Henry was the second son of Margrave Leopold III of Austria, the first from his second marriage ...

  10. When Arnulf was besieged by Henry in Regensburg, the duke entered into peace negotiations and recognized the sovereignty of the German king. King Henry confirmed Arnulf's autonomous rule over Bavaria, including the right of investiture and several important regalia , in return for Arnulf's renunciation of his royal claim.

  11. Gisela of Hungary | Religion-wiki | Fandom

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    Gisela of Hungary (or Gisele, Gizella and of Bavaria), c. 985–1033 or 1065, was the daughter of Henry II, Duke of Bavaria and Gisela of Burgundy. She married King Stephen I of Hungary in 995 (some sources say 1008) as a part of Hungary's policy of opening up to the West. The couple had at least three children, including Saint Emeric (Szent Imre), but all of their children died young without ...