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  1. Apr 21, 2017 · Descendants of Ireland. ... Matilda of Flanders b.c. 1031 ... III von Habsburg, Holy Roman Emperor b. 21 September 1415, Innsbruck, Tyrol d. 19 August 1493, Linz ...

  2. King of Germany. (King of – Romans) Rudolf was the son of Albert IV, Count of Habsburg. Rudolf came from 14 generations of nobility and wealth. He had 11 children with Gertrude of Hohenburg: 1c1g Matilda – mother of Louis IV, H. Roman Emperor in 1328-. 2c1g Albert I, King of Germany (1255-1308) called Albrecht.

  3. Matilda (c. 1102 – 1167) Matilda (c. 1102 – 1167) Queen of England (disputed) from 1141 to 1148. Married firstly Henry V (1081 or 1086– 1125) King of Germany and Holy Roman Emperor and secondly Geoffrey V (1113 – 1151) Count of Anjou, Touraine, and Maine.

  4. Married as her second husband Empress Matilda (c. 1102 – 1167) daughter of Henry I, King of England and widow of Henry V, Holy Roman Emperor. Children of Geoffrey and Matilda: Henry II (1133 – 1189) King of England, Duke of Normandy and Aquitaine, Count of Anjou, Maine, and Nantes from 1154. Elder son of Geoffrey and Matilda.

  5. › wiki › House_of_FranconiaSalian dynasty - Wikipedia

    The Salian dynasty or Salic dynasty (German: Salier) was a dynasty in the High Middle Ages.The dynasty provided four kings of Germany (1024–1125), all of whom went on to be crowned Holy Roman emperors (1027–1125).

    • Early 10th century
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  6. Rudolf I (May 1, 1218 – July 15, 1291) was the first German King from the House of Habsburg. The first of the count-kings of Germany, he reigned from 1273 until his death. Rudolf’s election marked the end of the Great Interregnum which had begun after the death of the Hohenstaufen Emperor Friedrich II in 1250.

  7. › wiki › House_of_GuelphHouse of Welf - Wikipedia

    The House of Welf is the older branch of the House of Este, a dynasty whose earliest known members lived in Lombardy in the late 9th/early 10th century, sometimes called Welf-Este. The first member was Welf I, Duke of Bavaria, also known as Welf IV. He inherited the property of the Elder House of Welf when his maternal uncle Welf III, Duke of ...

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