Matilda of Habsburg (1251–1304) Duchess of Bavaria and countess Palatine. Name variations: Mathilda or Mathilde of Hapsburg.
Css. of Portugal 1080-1130 r.1112–1128: Henry Count of Portugal 1066–1112: Amadeus III Count of Savoy 1095–1148: Alfonso VII the Emperor King of León 1105-1157 r.1126–1157: Urraca c.1095– after 1169: Sancha c.1097–1163: Afonso I King of Portugal 1109-1185 r.1139-1185: Matilda of Savoy 1125–1158: Pedro d.1165: Ramon Berenguer IV ...
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May 29, 2013 - Mathilde von Habsburg (um 1251-1304) -eldest daughter of King Rudolf, mit ihrem Gemahl. Portrait along with her husband Ludwig II of Bavaria Space Heating (+1294) and two coats of arms. Tinted lithograph lithographer. Institute in Vienna after the command of Emperor Maximilian I created original paintings, called "Pedigree of the House of Austria" in the Ambras collection,. 37x33cm
Portugal had two Princes Consort - Auguste de Beauharnais, 2nd Duke of Leuchtenberg and Ferdinand of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha - both consorts to Maria II of Portugal. The first one died leaving his wife childless, and therefore never became King of Portugal.
Powerful ruler of extensive lands in Tuscany and Lombardy-Emilia (Italy), who was the most loyal and courageous supporter of the papal cause during the lengthy dispute between the popes and the German emperors known as the Investiture Conflict. Name variations: Matilda of Canossa; Matelda, Mathilda, or Mathildis.
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.
May 29, 2018 · Matilda of Tuscany (1046-1115) was a strong supporter of the papacy during the Investiture Controversy, who mediated at the famous meeting between Pope Gregory VII and Emperor Henry IV at her ancestral castle of Canossa in 1077. With independence and conviction, Matilda, countess of Tuscany, led an unusual life for a woman of medieval days.
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Eleanor married her uncle by marriage, King Manuel I of Portugal, after a proposed marriage with her cousin, the future King John III of Portugal, did not occur. Her brother Charles arranged the marriage between Eleanor and the King of Portugal to avoid the possibility of Portuguese assistance for any rebellion in Castile. Manuel had previously been married to two of Eleanor's maternal aunts, Isabella of Aragon and Maria of Aragon. Manuel and Eleanor married on 16 July 1518. They had two children: the Infante Charles (born 18 February 1520 – died 15 April 1521) and the Infanta Maria(born 8 June 1521, and who was later one of the richest princesses of Europe). She became a widow on 13 December 1521, when Manuel died of the plague. As Queen Dowager of Portugal, Eleanor returned to the court of Charles in Spain. Eleanor's sister Catherine later married Eleanor's stepson, King John III of Portugal. In July 1523, Eleanor was engaged to Charles III, Duke of Bourbon, in an alliance between...
In 1529, by the treaty called "La Paz de las Damas" (The Ladies' Peace), it was stipulated that the marriage should take place. She was married to Francis on 4 July 1530. They had no children. Eleanor left Spain in the company of her future stepsons, who were now to be released having been held hostage by her brother. The group met Francis at the border, where Eleanor and Francis were married, and then departed for an official entrance to Bordeaux. Eleanor was crowned Queen of France in Saint-Denis on 31 May 1531. She was dressed in purple velvet at her coronation. Eleanor was ignored by Francis, who seldom performed his marital obligations and preferred his lover Anne de Pisseleu d'Heilly. At the official entrance of Eleanor to Paris, Francis displayed himself openly to the public in a window with his lover Anne for a period of two hours. Queen Eleanor performed as the queen of France at official occasions, such as at the wedding between her stepson Henry and Catherine de' Medici i...
As a queen dowager, Eleanor left France for Brussels in 1548. She witnessed the abdication of Charles in October 1555 and left for Spain with him and their sister Mary in August 1556. She lived with her sister in Jarandilla de la Vera, where they often visited their brother, who retired to a monastery nearby. In 1558, she met her daughter Maria in Badajozfor the first time in 28 years. Eleanor died in 1558 on the return trip from Badajoz.
Matilda of Saxony (c. 892–968)Holy Roman empress, queen of Germany, and saint . Name variations: Maud; Matilda of Germany; Matilda of Ringelheim; St. Matilda. Born around 892 (some sources cite 895) in Saxony; died on March (some sources cite May) 14, 968, in Quedlinburg, Germany; daughter of Dietrich, count of Ringelheim, and Reinhild of Denmark ; became second wife of Henry I the Fowler (c ...
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