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  1. Margaret died in 1386, aged around 44, she left her husband a widower. Albert remarried after the death of Margaret, he married another women named Margaret, but she was from the Duchy of Cleves. Albert's only legitimate children were from Margaret of Brieg, he had no issue by Margaret of Cleves, but they held court together in The Hague.

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  2. 25/04/2020 · Margaret died in 1386, aged around 44, she left her husband a widower. Albert remarried after the death of Margaret, he married another women named Margaret, but she was from the Duchy of Cleves. Albert's only legitimate children were from Margaret of Brieg, he had no issue by Margaret of Cleves, but they held court together in The Hague.

  3. Albert se volvió a casar después de la muerte de Margaret, se casó con otra mujer llamada Margaret, pero ella era del Ducado de Cleves. Los únicos hijos legítimos de Albert eran de Margaret of Brieg, no tuvo ningún problema con Margaret of Cleves, pero celebraron la corte juntos en La Haya.

  4. Margaret of Brieg (1342–1386) was a daughter of Ludwik I the Fair and his wife, Agnes of Sagan. She was Duchess consort of Bavaria by her marriage to Albert I, Duke of Bavaria.

  5. Biography. In 1308, Margaret married Bolesław III the Generous.The betrothal had been her father's doing. Since Bolesław's arrival at the Bohemian court and after his betrothal to Margaret, the King clearly favored him; this attitude caused fear between the closest male relatives of the King, who saw the young Duke of Legnica as a potential rival for the throne. Although Wenc

  6. Margaret of Brieg - Margaret of Brieg. ... كان أجدادها من الأب Bolesław III the Generous وزوجته الأولى Margaret of Bohemia .

  7. Margaret of Bavaria (1363 – January 1424, Dijon) was the duchess of Burgundy by marriage to John the Fearless.She was the regent of the Burgundian Low Countries during the absence of her spouse in 1404–1419 and the regent in French Burgundy during the absence of her son in 1419–1423.