When the eighteen-year-old Maximilian married Mary of Burgundy in 1477, the transfer of the rich Burgundian inheritance into Habsburg hands had in theory been completed. However, a long war was necessary in order to secure parts of this inheritance, as France saw the increase in Habsburg power as a threat.
Marriage of Mary of Burgundy and Maximilian of Austria Mary soon made her choice among the many suitors for her hand by selecting Archduke Maximilian of Austria, the future Holy Roman Emperor Maximilian I, who became her co-ruler. The marriage took place at Ghent on 19 August 1477.
Mary, also called Mary Of Burgundy, French Marie De Bourgogne, (born Feb. 13, 1457, Brussels—died March 27, 1482, Brugge [Bruges], Flanders), duchess of Burgundy (1477–82), daughter and heiress of Charles the Bold, duke of Burgundy; her crucial marriage to the archduke Maximilian (later Maximilian I), son of the Habsburg emperor Ferdinand III, resulted in Habsburg control of the Netherlands.
Feb 17, 2019 · Mary of Burgundy had many other suitors, including Duke Clarence of England. Mary chose Maximilian, Archduke of Austria, of the Habsburg family, who later became emperor Maximilian I. They married on August 18, 1477. As a result, her lands became part of the Habsburg empire.
1 9 August 1477: Marriage between Maximilian of Habsburg and Mary of Burgundy. The young Duchess of Brugund, Maria, was in great demand. For the Duchy of Burgundy (which included the Burgundian Netherlands) was a rich country and she was the sole heir.
In 1493, upon his father death, Maximilian was also Holy Roman Emperor. Mary of Burgundy was born in Brussels, the only child of Charles the Bold, Duke of Burgundy, and his wife Isabella of Bourbon. Her father was a wealthy royal with his own set of ambitions.
Mar 23, 2013 · Engraving of Mary of Burgundy and her husband Archduke Maximilian Mary’s advisors were urging her to marry various candidates but Mary had her heart set on the Archduke Maximilian. Margaret quickly finalized the marriage treaty with Maximilian. Maximilian was carved out of the succession to the duchy.
Marie rejected Louis XI's proposal that she marry the dauphin, Charles, and in August 1477 at Ghent, Belgium, she married Maximilian I von Habsburg, Holy Roman Emperor, and French aggression was temporarily checked. The couple produced three children over the next four years including the future Philip I "The Handsome".
Maximilian married Mary of Burgundy on August 16, 1477. The marriage was more of a political alliance rather than a mere love relationship. Mary was the daughter of Charles the Bold, a political rival of Maximilian’s father, Frederick III.
Maximilian's first wife was Mary of Burgundy (1457–1482). They were married in Ghent on 19 August 1477, and the marriage was ended by Mary's death in a riding accident in 1482. The marriage produced three children: Habsburg realms (green) under Charles V, Holy Roman Emperor