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  1. Maximilian I (March 22, 1459 – January 12, 1519) was Holy Roman Emperor from 1508 until his death. Maximilian was the son of Friedrich III, Holy Roman Emperor, and Eleanor of Portugal, daughter of King Duarte of Portugal and his wife Infanta Eleanor of Aragon. Maximilian was born at Wiener Neustadt on March 22, 1459.

  2. 1508-1806: Habsburg Holy Roman Emperors: Maximilian I (1508-1519); then his grandson Charles V, who was the last Holy Roman Emperor to be crowned by the Pope (1519-1556). He was followed by his brother Ferdinand I (1556-1564) who had over a dozen children, including Maximilian II who succeeded him (1564-1576); then his son Rudolf II (1576-1612).

  3. In 1916, Emperor Franz Joseph died and Charles became Emperor of Austria, King of Hungary (as Charles IV), King of Croatia, and King of Bohemia (as Charles III), and the last of the monarchs belonging to the House of Habsburg-Lorraine to rule over Austria-Hungary.

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    May 07, 2018 · Otto von Habsburg-Lorraine (Otto I, Titular Emperor of Austria) (b. 1912) 1919: when Emperor Karl I was deposed from his sovereign rights Baden. Maximilian (Max), Margrave of Baden (Maximilian, Titular Grand Duke of Baden) (b. 1933) 1918: when Friedrich II, Grand Duke of Baden abdicated Bavaria

  5. The first university in Portugal, then called the Estudo Geral (General Study), was founded with his signing of the document Scientiae thesaurus mirabilis in Leiria on 3 March 1290. Lectures in the arts, civil law, canon law, and medicine were given, and on 15 February 1309, the king granted the university a charter, the Magna Charta ...

  6. Emperor Henry V and Matilda of England at the Wedding Feast in Mainz on 7 January 1114, 1114. Found in the collection of the The Parker Library. Statue of Charlemagne, King of the Franks and Holy Roman Emperor, 1882-1884.

  7. May 11, 2021 · On 17 February 1623, the future Charles I and the royal favourite, the Duke of Buckingham, set off for Madrid incognito. They wore false beards, and they called themselves John and Thomas Smith. Their mission was to win the hand of the sister of the king of Spain, the Infanta María. The courtly duo were not well suited to a life in mufti.

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