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  1. List of Rulers of Bavaria | History Wiki | Fandom

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    Listed here are the rulers of Bavaria. Table of Contents[show] Agilolfing Dynasty (c. 508 - 788) Carolingian Dynasty (788 - 911) Luitpolding Dynasty (889 - 947) Liudolfing Dynasty (947 - 982) Luitpolding Dynasty (983 - 985) Liudolfing Dynasty (985 - 1005) House of Luxembourg (1005 - 1009) Salian Dynasty (1027 - 1041) House of Luxembourg (1042 - 1047) House of Zutphen (1049 - 1053) Salian ...

  2. Weingarten Abbey, Weingarten, Germany - SpottingHistory.com

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    Weingarten Abbey was founded in 1056 by Welf I, Duke of Bavaria. The name Weingarten (vineyard) is documented from about 1123. He settled it with monks from Altomünster Abbey. In 1126, Henry IX, Duke of Bavaria, withdrew here after his abdication; he died the same year and was buried in the abbey church.

  3. File:Henry IX, Duke of Bavaria.jpg - Wikimedia Commons

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    Henry_IX,_Duke_of_Bavaria.jpg ‎ (230 × 135 εικονοστοιχεία, μέγεθος αρχείου: 15 KB, τύπος MIME: image/jpeg) File information Δομημένα δεδομένα

  4. Henry Brunswick - Historical records and family trees ...

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    Henry X, Duke of Bavaria was born in 1108, to Henry Ix, Duke of Bavaria and Wulfhilde of Saxony. Henry married Gertrude of Süpplingenburg on May 29 1127, at age 19. They had one son: Henry The Lion .

  5. List of rulers of Bavaria - Hyperleap

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    In the 17th century AD, the Duke of Bavaria became a Prince-elector of the Holy Roman Empire. Garibald I (also Garivald; Garibaldus; born 540) was Duke (or King) of Bavaria from 555 until 591. Theodo (about 625 – 11 December c. 716) also known as Theodo V and Theodo II, was the Duke of Bavaria from 670 or, more probably, 680 to his death.

  6. Biography of Frederick I Barbarossa, Holy Roman Emperor

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    Jun 13, 2019 · To calm affairs in Germany, Barbarossa gave the Duchy of Bavaria to his younger cousin Henry the Lion, Duke of Saxony. On June 9, 1156, at Würzburg, Barbarossa married Beatrice of Burgundy. Next, he intervened in a Danish civil war between Sweyn III and Valdemar I the following year. In June 1158, Barbarossa prepared a large expedition to Italy.

  7. Magnus Ordulfson Billung (± 1045-1106) - Genealogy Online

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    His duchy was given to Lothair of Supplinburg and his lands were split between his daughters by Sophia (married 1071), daughter of Béla I of Hungary, going thusly to the houses of Welf and Ascania, for Wulfhilde (1075 – 1126) married Duke Henry IX of Bavaria and Eilika (1080 – 16 January 1142) married Count Otto of Ballenstedt.

  8. Frederick de Hohenstaufen (c.1050 - 1105) - Genealogy

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    Children With Judith of Bavaria (1103- 22 February 1131), daughter of Henry IX, Duke of Bavaria: Frederick III Barbarossa (1122-1190), duke of Swabia and Holy Roman Emperor as Frederick I. Bertha (Judith)[1] (1123-1195), married Matthias I, Duke of Lorraine. With Agnes of Saarbrücken (d.~1147):

  9. Who would be the monarch if the Stuart line was unbroken? - Quora

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    Sep 28, 2020 · There have been many answers. That the Duke Francis of Bavaria has the best papers i do not deny; There are two alternative routes; A. Prince Charles Edward Stuart, Bonnie Prince Charlie, the Young Pretender Bonnie Prince Charlie had a bastard dau...

  10. AP Euro- Unit 2 Flashcards | Quizlet

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    Exercised power in France during the reign of all sons; Francis II, Charles IX, and Henry III. Francis II/ Charles IX The French King in 1561, was Mary Stuart's husband.

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