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Welf I, Duke of Bavaria, 1037–1101; Henry IX, Duke of Bavaria, 1074–1126; Henry X, Duke of Bavaria, 1108–1139; Henry the Lion, 1129–1195; William of Winchester, Lord of Lunenburg, 1184–1213; Otto I, Duke of Brunswick-Lüneburg, 1204–1252; Albert I, Duke of Brunswick-Lüneburg, 1236–1279; Albert II, Duke of Brunswick-Lüneburg ...
Henry I Of Bavaria Henry I Of Bavaria, Duke(b. WFT Est. 1039-1076, d. 1126) Henry I Of Guelders Henry I Of Guelders, Count(b. WFT Est. 1068-1111, d. 1182) Henry II Curtmantle Of England Henry II Curtmantle Of England, King(b. March 25, 1133, d. July 06, 1189) Henry II Of Brabant Henry II Of Brabant, Duke(b. Abt. 1189, d. February 01, 1247/48)
Henry III, duke of Bavaria (as Henry VI, 1027–41), duke of Swabia (as Henry I, 1038–45), German king (from 1039), and Holy Roman emperor (1046–56), a member of the Salian dynasty. The last emperor able to dominate the papacy, he was a powerful advocate of the Cluniac reform movement that sought to
Henry was the son of Berthold and Eilika (Eiliswintha or Eila) of Walbeck. His father's parentage is not known with certainty, but he may have been a son of Arnulf, Duke of Bavaria. Henry was Bavarian, whoever his grandfather. Henry held a succession of countships after his father's death in 980.
Henry III, duke of Bavaria (as Henry VI, 1027–41), duke of Swabia (as Henry I, 1038–45), German king (from 1039), and Holy Roman emperor (1046–56), a member of the Salian dynasty. The last emperor able...
Sorry to dispute you Worth, but Victoria was not the last of the House of Hanover. Again let's not confuse Dynastic names with family names. George I was named Battenburg, he was a minor prince of the Duchy of Hanover and not entitled to primogeniture over the name Hanover.
1339 – Henry XIV, Duke of Bavaria (b. 1305) 1376 – Philip of Valois, Duke of Orléans (b. 1336) 1414 – William de Ros, 6th Baron de Ros, English politician, Lord High Treasurer (b. 1369) 1480 – Ulrich V, Count of Württemberg (b. 1413) 1557 – Jacques Cartier, French navigator and explorer (b. 1491)
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Coronation of Henry the Lion (1129-1195) Duke of Saxony from 1146, and his wife Matilda daughter of Henry II of England, married 1168. In top half of picture Christ, Angels and Saints look down. From 'Gospel of Henry the Lion'. Manuscript .