From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Kunigunde of Austria (16 March 1465 – 6 August 1520), a member of the House of Habsburg, was Duchess of Bavaria from 1487 to 1508, by her marriage to the Wittelsbach duke Albert IV.
Archduchess Kunigunde of Austria (died 1520), wife of Albert IV, Duke of Bavaria Theresa Kunegunda Sobieska (1676–1730), Electress of Bavaria and of the Electorate of the Palatinate Kunigunde Streicher, wife of Julius Streicher
Kunigunde of Austria (German: Kunigunde von Österreich; 16 March 1465 – 6 August 1520), a member of the House of Habsburg, was Duchess of Bavaria from 1487 to 1508, by her marriage to the Wittelsbach duke Albert IV.
Kunigunde was the second of four children born to her father from his second marriage. Ottokar had been married to Margaret, Duchess of Austria, but had had no children from this marriage. Life. Kunigunde was first betrothed to Hartmann of Germany in 1277, a son of Rudolf I of Germany and his first wife Gertrude of Hohenberg.
La familia de Kunigunde había abandonado la residencia imperial en el Hofburg en Viena después de largas disputas con el hermano menor de Federico, el archiduque Alberto VI de Austria . Aunque Alberto había muerto inesperadamente en 1463 y el emperador proclamó la paz general de Landfrieden , continuaron las hostilidades armadas en las tierras austriacas .
Princess Maria Kunigunde, c. 1760. As a daughter of a ruling family, Maria Kunigunde was destined to marry a prince to strengthen the political relations of the House of Wettin. The candidate her father considered was Archduke Joseph of Austria, who later became Emperor as Joseph II.
Kunigunde נולד ב Wiener Neustadt , הרביעי מבין חמישה ילדים לקיסר Frederick III ו שלו אשתו אלינור , בתו של המלך אדוארד מפורטוגל . עם זאת, רק היא ואחיה הבכור מקסימיליאן שרדו לבגרות.