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  1. Henry IX “the Black”, duke of Bavaria - Begat Us › site › begatus

    Guillaume IX, duke of Aquitaine. ... Henry IX “the Black”, duke of Bavaria. Henry Michell. Henry Neale. ... margrave of Austria. Lescelina de Clinton.

  2. List of rulers of Bavaria | Historipedia Official Wiki | Fandom › wiki › List_of

    Henry IX the Black: Henry IX: Duke of Bavaria: 1120: 1126: Welf: Son of Welf I. Abdicated. Henry X the Proud: Henry IX: Duke of Bavaria: 1126: 1138: Welf: Son of Henry IX the Black. In a power struggle with King Conrad III of Germany, Henry X lost his duchy to the King, who granted it to his follower Leopold Margrave of Austria. Leopold I ...

  3. Henry X, Duke of Bavaria - Wikipedia › wiki › Henry_X,_Duke_of_Bavaria

    Henry the Proud (German: Heinrich der Stolze) (c. 1108 – 20 October 1139), a member of the House of Welf, was Duke of Bavaria (as Henry X) from 1126 to 1138 and Duke of Saxony (as Henry II) as well as Margrave of Tuscany and Duke of Spoleto from 1137 until his death.

  4. Origins - › en › House_of_Welf

    Bavaria and Saxony. Henry IX, Duke of Bavaria, from 1120–1126, was the first of the three dukes of the Welf dynasty called Henry.His wife Wulfhild was the heiress of the house of Billung, possessing the territory around Lüneburg in Lower Saxony.

  5. henry x duke of bavaria : definition of henry x duke of ... › henry x duke of bavaria › en-en

    Henry the Proud (c. 1108 – 20 October 1139) was the Duke of Bavaria (Henry X, 1126–1139), Duke of Saxony (Henry II, 1137–1139), and Margrave of Tuscany (1137–1139). Life and reign He was the son of Henry the Black , Duke of Bavaria, and Wulfhilde , daughter of Magnus Billung , Duke of Saxony, and thus a member of the Welf family, and ...

  6. Henry "the Lion", Duke of Saxony and Bavaria (1129 - 1195 ... › people › Heinrich-der-Löwe-Herzog-von

    Henry the Lion (German: Heinrich der Löwe; 1129 – 6 August 1195) was a member of the Guelph dynasty and Duke of Saxony, as Henry III, from 1142, and Duke of Bavaria, as Henry XII, from 1156, which duchies he held until 1180.

  7. In 1070, Henry IV, Holy Roman Emperor deposed duke Otto, granting the duchy instead to Welf I, Duke of Bavaria, a member of the Italo-Bavarian family of Este. Welf I subsequently quarreled with King Henry and was deprived of his duchy for nineteen years, during which it was directly administered by the German crown.

  8. Genealogy of the British Royal Family | Familypedia | Fandom › wiki › Genealogy_of_the

    Henry V, Duke of Saxony, son of Henry X, Duke of Bavaria and Gertrude of Süpplingenburg, daughter of Lothair III, Holy Roman Emperor and Richenza of Northeim. Henry X, Duke of Bavaria, son of Henry IX, Duke of Bavaria and Wulfhilde of Saxony, daughter of Magnus, Duke of Saxony and Sophia of Hungary.

  9. List of monarchs by nickname - Wikipedia › wiki › List_of_monarchs_by_nickname

    This is a list of monarchs (and other royalty and nobility) sorted by nickname.This list is divided into two parts: Cognomens: Also called cognomina.These are names which are appended before or after the person's name, like the epitheton necessarium, or Roman victory titles.

  10. Adelheid von Wolfratshausen (c.1084 - 1126) - Genealogy › people › Adelheid-von-Wolfratshausen

    Issue She had six known children: Gebhard III, Count of Sulzbach (d. 28 October 1188), married Mathilde of Bavaria, a daughter of Henry IX, Duke of Bavaria. Ancestor of later Counts of Sulzbach. Adelheid of Sulzbach, Abbess of Niedernburg in Passau.

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