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  2. Anne (Dillenburg, 21 September 1541 – Weilburg, 12 February 1616), married in Dillenburg on 6 or 16 June 1559 to Count Albert of Nassau-Weilburg (26 December 1537 – Ottweiler, 11 November 1593). Elisabeth (Dillenburg, 25 September 1542 – 18 November 1603), married in Dillenburg on 6 or 16 June 1559 [note 43] to Count Konrad of Solms-Braunfels (17 June 1540 [note 44] – 27 December 1592 ...

  3. 290. Albert Christoph, Count of Dohna-Schlodien in Leistenau (father of 145) 291. Princess Sophie Henriette of Schleswig-Holstein-Sønderburg-Beck (mother of 145) 292. George Adam, Count of Schlieben (father of 146) 293. Countess Katharina Dorothea Finck of Finckenstein (mother of 146) 294. Ahasverus Ernst, Count of Lehndorff (father of 147) 295.

  4. Upon Rudolf's death in 1291, the Prince-electors, fearing Albert's power and the implementation of a hereditary monarchy, chose Count Adolf of Nassau-Weilburg as King of the Romans. An uprising among his Styrian dependents compelled Albert to recognize the sovereignty of his rival and to confine himself for a time to the government of the Habsburg lands at Vienna .

  5. Albert (1537–1593) Count of Nassau-Weilburg: Philip IV (1542–1602) Count of Nassau-Weilburg in Saarbrucken: Louis II (1565–1627) Count of Nassau-Weilburg

  6. Herman I, Count of Winzenburg (House of Formbach) 1105 Abt 1125 6 or 7 July 1160 Albert: Bernhard: Irmgard of Thuringia: Hermann I, Landgrave of Thuringia (Ludovingians) Abt 1197 Abt 1211 1212 husband's accession: 1218 elevated to Princess: Abt 1244 Henry I: Partitioned between Anhalt-Aschersleben, Anhalt-Bernburg, and Anhalt-Zerbst in 1252.

  7. Isabella Clara Eugenia (Spanish: Isabel Clara Eugenia; 12 August 1566 – 1 December 1633), sometimes referred to as Clara Isabella Eugenia, was sovereign of the Spanish Netherlands in the Low Countries and the north of modern France with her husband, Archduke Albert VII of Austria.