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  1. Matilda of Habsburg (1251–1304) Duchess of Bavaria and countess Palatine . Name variations: Mathilda or Mathilde of Hapsburg. Born in 1251; died on December 22, 1304, in Munich; daughter of Rudolf I (1218–1291), king of Germany (r.1273), Holy Roman emperor (r. 1273–1291), and Anna of Hohenberg (c. 1230–1281); sister of Albert I (b. 1250), Holy Roman emperor (r. 1298–1308 but not crowned); sister of Catherine of Habsburg (c. 1254–1282) and Clementia of Habsburg (d. 1293); third ...

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    Radbot, Count von Habsurg (Abt. 985 - 1945) m. Ida (? - ?) Werner I, Count von Habsburg (? - 1111) m. Hilla, Countess von Pfirt (? - Abt. 1076) Albert III, Count von Habsburg (? - 1199) m. Ita von Homberg (? - ?) Rudolph II, Count von Habsburg (? - 1232) m. Agnes von Saufen (? - ?) Albert IV, Count von Habsburg (Abt. 1188 - 1239) m. Heilwig von Kyburg (? - ?) Rudolph I of Germany (1218 - Abt. 1225) m. Gertrude von Hohenburg (Abt. 1225 - 1281) Princess Judith of Germany (1271 - ?) m. Wenceslaus II of Bohemia (1271 - 1305) John of Bohemia (1296 - 1346) m. Princess Elizabeth of Bohemia (1292 - 1330) Princess Bonne of Bohemia (1315 - 1349) m. John II of France (1319 - 1364) Charles V of France (1338 - 1380) m. Joanna of Bourbon (1338-1378) Charles VI of France (1368 - 1422) m. Isabeau of Bavaria (Abt. 1370 - 1435) Princess Catherine of France (1401 - 1456) m. Sir Owen ap Tudor (Abt. 1400 - 1461) Edmund Tudor, 1st Earl of Richmond (1341 - 1456) m. Lady Margaret Beaufort (1443 - 1509) Hen...

    Radbot, Count von Habsurg (Abt. 985 - 1945) m. Ida (? - ?) Werner I, Count von Habsburg (? - 1111) m. Hilla, Countess von Pfirt (? - Abt. 1076) Albert III, Count von Habsburg (? - 1199) m. Ita von Homberg (? - ?) Rudolph II, Count von Habsburg (? - 1232) m. Agnes von Saufen (? - ?) Albert IV, Count von Habsburg (Abt. 1188 - 1239) m. Heilwig von Kyburg (? - ?) Rudolph I of Germany (1218 - Abt. 1225) m. Gertrude von Hohenburg (Abt. 1225 - 1281) Princess Matilda of Germany m. Louis II, Duke of Bavaria Louis IV, Holy Roman Emperor m. Princess Beatrice of Silesia Prince Stephen II, Duke of Bavaria m. Princess Elisabeth of Sicily Stephen III, Duke of Bavaria m. Taddea di visconti Isabel of Bavaria m. Charles VI of France Princess Catherine of France (1401 - 1456) m. Sir Owen ap Tudor (Abt. 1400 - 1461) Edmund Tudor, 1st Earl of Richmond (1341 - 1456) m. Lady Margaret Beaufort (1443 - 1509) Henry VII of England (1457 - 1509) = Unknown Britain Woman (? - ?) Sir Roland de Velville (1474 - ?)...

    Radbot, Count von Habsurg (Abt. 985 - 1945) m. Ida (? - ?) Werner I, Count von Habsburg (? - 1111) m. Hilla, Countess von Pfirt (? - Abt. 1076) Albert III, Count von Habsburg (? - 1199) m. Ita von Homberg (? - ?) Rudolph II, Count von Habsburg (? - 1232) m. Agnes von Saufen (? - ?) Albert IV, Count von Habsburg (Abt. 1188 - 1239) m. Heilwig von Kyburg (? - ?) Rudolph I of Germany (1218 - Abt. 1225) m. Gertrude von Hohenburg (Abt. 1225 - 1281) Albert I of Germany (Abt. 1252 - 1308) m. Isabella of Carinthia (1263 - 1313) Princess Anna of Germany (Abt. 1280 - 1328) m. Herman I, Margrave of Brandenburg-Salzwedel (Abt. 1280 - 1308) Matilda von Brandenburg-Salzwedel (Abt. 1296 - Abt. 1321) m. Henry, Prince of Glogau (? - 1342) Salomea, Duchess von Schlesien-Glogau (Abt. 1320 - Aft. 1359) m. Heinrich II von Reuss-Plauen (Abt. 1290 - 1350) Heinrich III von Reuss-Plauen (? - Abt. 1359) m. Unknown Woman (? - ?) Heinrich VIII, Count von Reuss-Plauen (Abt. 1389 - 1426) m. Mechtild von Schonburg...

    Radbot, Count von Habsurg (Abt. 985 - 1945) m. Ida (? - ?) Werner I, Count von Habsburg (? - 1111) m. Hilla, Countess von Pfirt (? - Abt. 1076) Albert III, Count von Habsburg (? - 1199) m. Ita von Homberg (? - ?) Rudolph II, Count von Habsburg (? - 1232) m. Agnes von Saufen (? - ?) Albert IV, Count von Habsburg (Abt. 1188 - 1239) m. Heilwig von Kyburg (? - ?) Rudolph I of Germany (1218 - Abt. 1225) m. Gertrude von Hohenburg (Abt. 1225 - 1281) Albert I of Germany (Abt. 1252 - 1308) m. Elizabeth of Carinthia (1263 - 1313) Princess Anna of Germany (Abt. 1280 - 1328) m. Herman I, Margrave of Brandenburg-Salzwedel (Abt. 1280 - 1308) Matilda von Brandenburg-Salzwedel (Abt. 1296 - Abt. 1321) m. Henry II, Prince of Glogau (? - 1342) Salomea, Duchess of Schlesien-Glogau (Abt. 1320 - Aft. 1359) m. Heinrich II von Reuss-Plauen (Abt. 1290 - 1350) Heinrich III von Ruess-Plauen (? - Abt. 1359) m. Unknown Woman (? - ?) Heinrich VIII, Count von Reuss-Plauen (Abt. 1389 - 1426) m. Mechtild von Schonb...

    Radbot, Count von Habsurg (Abt. 985 - 1945) m. Ida (? - ?) Werner I, Count von Habsburg (? - 1111) m. Hilla, Countess von Pfirt (? - Abt. 1076) Albert III, Count von Habsburg (? - 1199) m. Ita von Homberg (? - ?) Rudolph II, Count von Habsburg (? - 1232) m. Agnes von Saufen (? - ?) Albert IV, Count von Habsburg (Abt. 1188 - 1239) m. Heilwig von Kyburg (? - ?) Rudolph I of Germany (1218 - Abt. 1225) m. Gertrude von Hohenburg (Abt. 1225 - 1281) Princess Agnes of Germany (Abt. 1257 - 1322) m. Albrecht II, Duke von Saxony-Wittenburg (Abt. 1247 - 1356) Rudolph I, Duke von Saxony-Wittenburg (Abt. 1274 - 1356) m. possibly Agnes von Lindau-Ruppin (Abt. 1308 - 1343) Wenceslas, Elector of Saxony (Abt. 1337 - 1388) m. Cecilia de Carrara (Abt. 1356 - Aft. 1430) Agnes, Princess von Saxony (Abt. 1366 - 1440) m. Friedrich I, Duke von Braunschwig-Luneburg (Abt. 1357 - 1400) Katharina von Braunschwig-Gifforn (? - 1439) m. Henry, Count de Schwarzbourg- Blankenbourg (? - 1444) Anne de Schwarzbourg-Bla...

    Radbot, Count von Habsurg (Abt. 985 - 1945) m. Ida (? - ?) Werner I, Count von Habsburg (? - 1111) m. Hilla, Countess von Pfirt (? - Abt. 1076) Albert III, Count von Habsburg (? - 1199) m. Ita von Homberg (? - ?) Rudolph II, Count von Habsburg (? - 1232) m. Agnes von Saufen (? - ?) Albert IV, Count von Habsburg (Abt. 1188 - 1239) m. Heilwig von Kyburg (? - ?) Rudolph I of Germany (1218 - Abt. 1225) m. Gertrude von Hohenburg (Abt. 1225 - 1281) Princess Agnes of Germany m. Albert II, Duke of Saxony Anna von Saxe-Wittenberg m. Heinrich II, Lord of Mecklenburg Albert II, Duke of Mecklenburg m. Princess Euphemia of Sweden Magnus I, Duke of Mecklenburg m. Elizabeth of Pomerania-Wolgast Johann IV, Duke of Mecklenburg-Schwerin m. Catherine, Duchess of Saxe-Launburg Henry IV, Duke of Mecklenburg-Schwerin m. Princess Dorothea of Brandenburg, Duchess of Mecklenburg Magnus II, Duke of Mecklenburg-Schwerin m. Sophie of Pomerania, Duchess of Mecklenburg Heinrich V, Duke of Mecklenburg-Schwerin m....

    Radbot, Count von Habsurg (Abt. 985 - 1945) m. Ida (? - ?) Werner I, Count von Habsburg (? - 1111) m. Hilla, Countess von Pfirt (? - Abt. 1076) Albert III, Count von Habsburg (? - 1199) m. Ita von Homberg (? - ?) Rudolph II, Count von Habsburg (? - 1232) m. Agnes von Saufen (? - ?) Albert IV, Count von Habsburg (Abt. 1188 - 1239) m. Heilwig von Kyburg (? - ?) Rudolph I of Germany (1218 - Abt. 1225) m. Gertrude von Hohenburg (Abt. 1225 - 1281) Albert I of Germany (Abt. 1252 - 1308) m. Elizabeth of Carinthia (1263 - 1313) Albert II, Duke of Austria m. Johanna of Pfirt Albert III, Duke of Austria m. Beatrice of Nuremberg Albert IV, Duke of Austria m. Johanna Sophia of Bavaria King Albert II of Germany m. Princess Elizabeth von Luxembourg Anne, Duchess von Luxembourg m. William III Landgrave von Thuringia Margaret von Thuringia m. John Cicero, Elector von Brandenburg Joachim I Nestor, Elector of Brandenburg m. Princess Elizabeth of Denmark John V Ascania, Prince of Anhalt-Zerbst m. Prin...

    Radbot, Count von Habsurg (Abt. 985 - 1945) m. Ida (? - ?) Werner I, Count von Habsburg (? - 1111) m. Hilla, Countess von Pfirt (? - Abt. 1076) Albert III, Count von Habsburg (? - 1199) m. Ita von Homberg (? - ?) Rudolph II, Count von Habsburg (? - 1232) m. Agnes von Saufen (? - ?) Albert IV, Count von Habsburg (Abt. 1188 - 1239) m. Heilwig von Kyburg (? - ?) Rudolph I of Germany (1218 - Abt. 1225) m. Gertrude von Hohenburg (Abt. 1225 - 1281) Albert I of Germany (1255 - 1308) m. Elizabeth of Carinthia (Abt. 1262 - 1312) Prince Albert II, Duke of Austia (1298 - 1358) Leopold III, Duke of Austria (1351 - 1386) m. Viridis Visconti (Abt. 1352 - 1414) Ernst, Duke of Austria (1377 - 1424) m. Cymburgis of Masovia (1394 or 1397 - 1429) Frederick III, Holy Roman Emperor m. Princess Eleanor of Portugal Maximilian I, Holy Roman Emperor (1459 - 1519) = Barbara von Rottal (1500 - 1593) Siegmund Georg Baron von Hollenburg (1526 - 1593) m. Anna Maria von Strahemberg Bartholomaus Baron von Dietrich...

  2. 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.

  3. King John III of Portugal. Charles V. H. Roman Emperor. 1500-1558: Ruler of Spanish Empire and Holy Roman Empire and Habsburg Netherlands; and King of Italy. He married Isabella of Portugal and had 5 children: 1c10g King Philip II of Spain. 2c10g Holy Rom. Empress Maria (1528-1603)ma. Maximilian II. 3c10g Joanna, Princess of Portugal ...

  4. King-Cardinal Henrique did not have issue. Then the Kingship of Portugal fell to Habsburg monarchs for 3 generations. The Habsburg claim originated from a daughter of King Manuel I, Isabella, marrying the Habsburg Holy Roman Emperor Charles V.

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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...

    The Treaty of Cambrai (1529; called La Paz de las Damas- "The Ladies' Peace") paused the conflict betwen Francis and Charles. It included the stipulation that the previously-agreed marriage of Eleanor and Francis would take place. Eleanor left Spain in the company of her future stepsons, who had been held hostage by her brother. The group met Francis at the border, and then departed for an official entrance to Bordeaux. Eleanor was crowned Queen of France in Saint-Denison 31 May 1531. She was dressed in purple velvet at her coronation. She was married to Francis on 4 July 1530. They had no children. 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 Anne for two hours. Queen Eleanor performed as the queen of France at official occasions, such as the wedding between her stepson Henry and Catherine de...

    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.

  5. The House of Habsburg. The house takes its name from Habsburg Castle, a fortress built in the 1020s in present-day Switzerland. The throne of the Holy Roman Empire was continuously occupied by the Habsburgs from 1440 until their extinction in the male line in 1740 and, after the death of Francis I, from 1765 until its dissolution in 1806.

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