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    Albert II of Austria (12 December 1298 – 16 August 1358), known as the Wise or the Lame, was Duke of Austria.

    Albert II was born at Habsburg Castle in Habsburg, the son of Albert I of Germany, Rex Romanorum, and Elisabeth of Tirol. He became the joint ruler of all Habsburg lands with his younger brother, Otto the Merry in 1330, while increasing his possessions by the inheritance of his wife Joan, which was made up of the County of Pfirtand several cities. Furthermore, Albert succeeded in establishing his claims on Carinthia and Carniola against John of Bohemia. Reflecting his high reputation among the secular and Church leaders of Europe, in 1335 Pope Benedict XII asked him to mediate in the church's conflict with Emperor Louis the Bavarian. Two years later, King Philip VI of France 1337 asked him for help against Emperor Louis and King Edward III of England. Nevertheless, Albert remained faithful to the Emperor until Louis' death. He established the "Albertinian House Rule" (Albertinische Hausordnung) to predetermine the rules of succession in the Austrian lands, although the rule was disr...

    He married 15 February 1324 Countess Johanna of Pfirt, daughter of Count Ulrich III of Pfirtand had the following children: 1. Rudolf IV of Austria 1 November 1339, Vienna – 27 July 1365, Milan). Married but line extinct. 2. Catherine (1342, Vienna – 10 January 1381, Vienna), Abbess of St. Klara in Vienna. 3. Margaret (1346, Vienna – 14 January 1366, Brno), married: 3.1. in Passau 4 September 1359 Count Meinhard III of Gorizia-Tyrol; 3.2. in Vienna 1364 Margrave Johann Heinrich of Moravia. 4. Frederick III of Austria(1347, Vienna – 1362, Vienna). Died unmarried. 5. Albert III of Austria (9 September 1349, Vienna – 29 August 1395, Castle Laxenburg). 6. Leopold III (1 November 1351, Vienna – 9 July 1386, Sempach).

    Gabrielle Caerr-Stamm: Johanna von Pfirt, Gattin des Habsburgers Albrecht II. Herzog von Österreich oder das europäische Schicksal einer Elsässerin ("wife of Habsburg Albert II Duke of Austria or t...
    Franz Kurz: Österreich unter Herzog Albrecht dem Lahmen("Austria under Duke Albert the Lame"), Haslinger, Linz 1819.

    Common ancestors of Albrecht II. von Habsburg (1298-1358) and Johanna of Pfirt (1300-1351) 1. Rudolf II. von Habsburg (-1232)

    • 12 December 1298 Habsburg, Switzerland
    • Elisabeth von Kärnten (1262-1313)
    • 16 August 1358 Vienna, Austria
    • Johanna of Pfirt (1300-1351)
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