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  1. Albert III, Margrave of Brandenburg-Salzwedel ( c. 1250 – between 19 November and 4 December 1300) was a Margrave of Brandenburg. He was a member of the Brandenburg-Salzwedel branch of the House of Ascania, which existed from 1266 to 1317. He was a son of Otto III and his wife, Beatrice (or Božena) of Bohemia.

  2. Albert III, Margrave of Brandenburg. Albrecht III (9 November 1414 – 11 March 1486) was Elector of Brandenburg from 1471 until his death, the third from the House of Hohenzollern. A member of the Order of the Swan, he received the cognomen Achilles because of his knightly qualities and virtues.

  3. In the same year, Emperor Lothair III named Albert margrave of the Northern March and raised Pribislav to the status of king, although that was later rescinded. Also in 1134, Albert succeeded in securing for the Ascanians the inheritance of the childless Pribislav.

  4. Albert II, Margrave of Brandenburg. Mother. Matilda of Lusatia. Otto III, nicknamed the pious (1215 – 9 October 1267 in Brandenburg an der Havel) was Margrave of Brandenburg jointly with his elder brother John I until John died in 1266. Otto III then ruled alone, until his death, the following year.

  5. Albert III received a seat in Stargard (which he ruled alone at least from 1284. Otto V the Tall: 1246: 1267–1298: 1298: Margraviate of Brandenburg (at Salzwedel) Judith of Henneberg-Coburg (1252–1327) 22 October 1268 four children Otto VI the Short: 3/17 November 1264: 1267–1286: 6 July 1303: Margraviate of Brandenburg (at Salzwedel ...

  6. From Wikimedia Commons, the free media repository. Media in category "Albert III, Margrave of Brandenburg" The following 5 files are in this category, out of 5 total. Albrecht III. (Brandenburg).jpg 389 × 466; 106 KB. Brandenburg Pfennig Albrecht III Rv (52673260714).jpg 1,704 × 1,752; 1.4 MB.

  7. Alberto III de Brandeburgo-Salzwedel (h. 1250 - entre 19 de noviembre y 4 de diciembre de 1300) fue un hijo del margrave Otón III y su esposa, Beatriz de Bohemia (o Božena ), y cogobernante de Brandeburgo. La rama Brandenburg-Salzwedel de la Casa de Ascania, a la que pertenecía, existió desde 1266 hasta 1317.