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  1. Counts of Cilli | Familypedia | Fandom

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    In 1418 Count Hermann II inherited the Carinthian and Carniolan estates of the extinct Counts of Ortenburg. In 1410 Sigismund had been elected King of the Romans and was crowned Holy Roman Emperor in 1433. In 1436 he elevated the Counts of Cilli to the rank of Princes of the Holy Roman Empire (although they retained their title of Graf (Slovene ...

  2. Ladislaus the Posthumous - Wikipedia

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    The seal of Ulrich II, Count of Celje, who was Ladislaus's kisman and close advisor Count Ulrich von Cilli accompanied Ladislaus to Vienna but only after "washing the Styrian filth off him" to symbolize the liberation of Ladislaus from the "Styrian" Frederick III's influence.

  3. Ladislaus Garai - Wikipedia

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    Ladislaus's mother—a daughter of Hermann II, Count of Celje —was the sister of King Sigismund's wife, Barbara of Celje. Ladislaus was born around 1410, but he was first mentioned in a royal charter of 1424.

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    Initially, Ulrich II, Count of Celje (a cousin of Queen Elizabeth) was Ladislaus's main advisor, but Ulrich Eytzinger, a leading Austrian baron, forced the young sovereign to expel the count from his court. Ladislaus was crowned king of Bohemia on 28 October 1453, but George of Poděbrady prevented him from governing Bohemia.

  5. (PDF) Anna of Celje (Cilli): In Search of the Overlooked ...

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    74 Maja Lukanc, Anna of Celje (Cilli): in search of the overlooked Queen son’s coming of age to overtake the inheritance.24 Hermann also ordered Frederick to take good care of his mother Catherine and to execute the concluded contract on marriage of his eldest son Frederick II to Elizabeth Frankapan.

  6. Sigismund, Holy Roman Emperor - Wikipedia

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    In about 1406, Sigismund married Mary's cousin Barbara of Celje, daughter of Count Hermann II of Celje. Hermann's mother Katarina Kotromanić (of the House of Kotromanic) and Mary's mother Queen Elizabeta (Elisabeth of Bosnia) were sisters, or cousins who were adoptive sisters. Tvrtko I was their first cousin and adopted brother, and perhaps ...

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    In about 1406, Sigismund married Mary's cousin Barbara of Celje, daughter of Count Hermann II of Celje. Hermann's mother Katarina Kotromanić (of the House of Kotromanic) and Mary's mother Queen Elizabeta (Elisabeth of Bosnia) were sisters, or cousins who were adoptive sisters. Tvrtko I was their first cousin and adopted brother, and perhaps ...

  8. Sigismund, Holy Roman Emperor | Military Wiki | Fandom

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    Early life

    Born in Nuremberg, Sigismund was the son of the Holy Roman Emperor, Charles IV, and of his fourth wife, Elizabeth of Pomerania, the granddaughter of King Casimir III of Poland, and the great-granddaughter of the Grand Duke of Lithuania, Gediminas. He was named after Saint Sigismund of Burgundy, the favourite saint of Sigismund's father. From Sigismund's childhood he was nicknamed the "ginger fox" (liška ryšavá) in Lands of the Bohemian Crown, on account of his hair colour. King Louis the Grea...

    King of Hungary

    On the death of her father in 1382, his betrothed, Mary, became queen of Hungary and Sigismund married her in 1385 in Zólyom (today Zvolen). The next year, he was accepted as Mary's future co-ruler by the Treaty of Győr. However, Mary was captured, together with her mother, Elizabeth of Bosnia, who had acted as regent, in 1387 by the rebellious House of Horvat, Bishop Paul Horvat of Mačva, his brother John Horvatand younger brother Ladislav. Sigismund's mother-in-law was strangled, while Mary...

    King of the Romans

    After the death of King Rupert of Germany in 1410, Sigismund – ignoring the claims of his half-brother Wenceslaus – was elected as successor by three of the electors on 10 September 1410, but he was opposed by his cousin Jobst of Moravia, who had been elected by four electors in a different election on 1 October. Jobst's death 18 January 1411 removed this conflict and Sigismund was again elected King on 21 July 1411. His coronation was deferred until 8 November 1414, when it took place at Aac...

    Sigismund married twice but had little luck in securing the succession to his crowns. Each of his two marriages resulted in the birth of one child. His first-born child, probably a son, was born prematurely as a result of a horse riding accident suffered by Queen Mary of Hungary when she was well advanced in pregnancy. Mother and child both died shortly after the birth in the hills of Buda on 17 May 1395. This caused a deep succession crisis because Sigismund ruled over Hungary by right of his wife, and although he managed to keep his power, the crisis lasted until his second marriage to Barbara of Celje. Barbara's only child, born in the purple on 7 October 1409, probably in the castle of Visegrád, was Elisabeth of Luxembourg, the future queen consort of Hungary, Germany and Bohemia. Queen Barbara was unable to give birth to any further issue.[citation needed] Elisabeth of Bohemiawas thus the only surviving legitimate offspring of Sigismund.

    The Reformatio Sigismundi appeared in connexion with efforts to reform the Holy Roman Empire during the reign of Emperor Sigismund (1410–1437). It was presented in 1439 at the Council of Basle, published by an anonymous author, and referred to the injustice of the German rulers. It included a vision of Sigismund's about the appearance of a priest-king, Frederick, as well as plans for a wide reformof the monarchy (and emperorship) and the (German) empire.

    Bulgarian language:Сигизмунд (Люксембургски)
    Croatian language:Žigmund (Luksemburški)
    Czech language:Zikmund (Lucemburský)
    German language:Sigismund (von Luxemburg)
    Lithuanian language:Zigmantas Liuksemburgietis
    Polish language:Zygmunt (Luksemburski)

    Holy Roman Emperor; King of the Romans, Hungary, Bohemia, Italy, Dalmatia, Croatia, Rama, Serbia, Galicia, Lodomeria, Cumania and Bulgaria; Prince of Silesia and Luxembourg; Margrave of Moravia, Lusatia and Brandenburg.

    Sigismund has been portrayed in several films by different actors. 1. Mircea(1989) 2. John Hus(1977) 3. The Whore (2010), played by Götz Otto

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    Bak, János (1998). "Hungary: Crown and Estates". In Christopher Almand. New Cambridge Medieval History vol. VII. c. 1415–c. 1500. Cambridge: CUP. pp. 707–27.
    Baum, W. (1996). Císař Zikmund [Emperor Sigismund]. Prague.
    Hoensch, J. (1996). Kaiser Sigismund: Herrscher an der Schwelle zur Neuzeit, 1368–1437. Munich.
    Horváth, H. (1937). Zsigmond király és kora [King Sigismund and his age]. Budapest.
    "Sigismund". New International Encyclopedia. 1905.
  9. Sigismund I of Luxembourg (Luxembourg), Holy Roman Emperor ...

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    May 19, 2019 · In about 1406 he remarried Mary's cousin Barbara of Celje (Barbara Celjska, nicknamed the "Messalina of Germany"), daughter of Count Hermann II of Celje. Hermann's mother Katarina Kotromanić (of the House of Kotromanic) and Mary's mother Queen Elizabeta (Elisabeth of Bosnia) were sisters, or cousins who were adopted sisters.

  10. Heirs of Holy Roman Emperors | History Forum

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    Heirs of Emperor Frederick II though his daughter Margaret: 1) Emperor Frederick II (1194-1250) 2) Margaret, illegitimate daughter (died c.1297/98), Married Thomas "the Younger" of Aquino, Count of Acerra (c.1220-1273). The website www.genealogics.org has a page on their family: Family Group...

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