Flanders, double briquet, struck under Mary of Burgundy in 1478 As soon as Louis succeeded in producing a male heir who survived infancy, the future King Charles VIII of France , Louis wanted him to be the one to marry Mary, even though he was thirteen years younger than Mary was.
1384 Louis II's death, which happened in January, 1384, made way for the succession of Philip II "the Bold" (1342-1404), Duke of Burgundy in right of his wife, Margaret III (1350-1405), Countess of Flanders (1384-1405), the only legitimate child of Count Louis II, to the Counties of Flanders and Artois and these rich and flourishing provinces ...
Louis II, Elector of Brandenburg (368 words) exact match in snippet view article find links to article in 1347, Louis succeeded him as Duke of Bavaria (as Louis VI) and Count of Holland and Hainaut together with his five brothers.
At the thread "Bohemia 1309" I had added later reflections to the 1303 document of Brieg:
Louis I 'the Fair' Piast (Duke) of (Brzeg) BRIEG: Name Ludwik I 'the Fair' Piast (Duke) of (Brzeg) BRIEG: Beruf Duke of Legnica (Liegnitz) zu einem Zeitpunkt zwischen 1342 und 1346: Beruf Duke of Brzeg (Brieg) zu einem Zeitpunkt zwischen 1368 und 1398
Feb 16, 2018 · Discovering King Arthur: Arthurian Wall Paintings Preserved in Poland ~ A guest post by Katarzyna Ogrodnik-Fujcik February 16, 2018 February 18, 2018 Susan Abernethy 21 Comments The Great Hall of the ducal tower of Siedlęcin, Poland, with the unique set of paintings depicting Sir Lancelot of the Lake and his marvelous exploits, c.1320-1330.
Through this double marriage contract, Bohemia and Hungary passed to the House of Habsburg in 1526, on the death of Sigismund's nephew, Louis II, who led his forces against Suleiman the Magnificent of the Ottoman Empire in the disastrous Battle of Mohács.
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On 12 January 1409, after the death of his last surviving brother Rupert I without male issue, Wenceslaus II became in the sole heir of the Duchy of Legnica; two months later, on 19 March, he...
B. van der Kaaij-Huibers studied the musicians at the court of John II of between 1358 and 1381. John II of Châtillon was the most important vassal of Albert in Holland and Zeeland. Albert maintained close relationships with his court (see page 57-58). John II of Châtillon usually employed three or four musicians, one or two less than Albert. G.