Casimir was born in Ansbach, as the son of Frederick I, Margrave of Brandenburg-Ansbach and his wife Princess Sofia Jagiellon, a daughter of King Casimir IV Jagiellon of Poland. From 1498, Casimir's father Frederick granted him the position of stadtholder of the margraviate during his extensive travels.
- 27 December 1481, Ansbach, Margraviate of Brandenburg-Ansbach
- Frederick I, Margrave of Brandenburg-Ansbach
- 21 September 1527 (aged 45), Buda
- Sophia Jagiellon, Margravine of Brandenburg-Ansbach
Casimir(or Kasimir) of Brandenburg-Bayreuth(27 December 1481 – 21 September 1527) was Margrave of Bayreuthor Margrave of Brandenburg-Kulmbachfrom 1515 to 1527. Quick facts: Casimir of Brandenburg-Bayreuth, Born, Died, ... Casimir of Brandenburg-Bayreuth Portrait by Hans von Kulmbach Born (1481-12-27)27 December 1481 Ansbach,
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He was born in Ansbach, as the son of Frederick I and his wife Princess Sofia, a daughter of Kazimierz IV Jagiellon. From 1498, his father granted him the position of stadtholder of the margraviate during his extensive travels. He ruled under the guidance of experienced advisors. In 1515, Casimir and his brother George deposed their father, who had...
Involvement in the Swabian League
Casimir was a vassal of Emperor Maximilian I and fought in 1499 alongside his father and Margrave Christopher I of Baden as the commander of the Swabian League against the Old Swiss Confederacy and led the negotiations that resulted in the Peace of Basel. In subsequent years, he continued to be active as a military leader and diplomat in Habsburg service. He participated in 1506 in Schwäbisch Hall against the Swabian League and in 1509 in the Diet at Worms. In 1513, he was imperial commission...
Disputes with the city of Nuremberg
Among the traditional arguments of the Burgraves and Margraves with the Imperial City of Nuremberg was a dispute in 1502 over the protection of the fair in Affalterbach. The City Council claimed to have to right to protect the enclave of Affalterbach itself and Casimir tried to prevent this. The situation developed in a political power game. Strong forces from Nuremberg had arrived in Affalterbach early. Casimir changed course and attacked suburbs of Nuremberg itself. The Nuremberg had to ret...
Casimir had been a leader of the Swabian League since 1499. In 1522, however, he cancelled his membership, when it became apparent that the Imperial City of Nuremberg, traditionally an enemy of the Burgrave of Nuremberg, and later the Margraves of Nuremberg, intended to start a war against Thomas von Absberg and his allies. The Franconian Warbroke out in 1523, and several castles of the robber barons were destroyed. The war was documented by Hans Wandereisen in a series of woodcuts.
On 25 August 1518, Casimir married Susanna of Bavaria, the daughter of Duke Albert IV of Bavaria. Emperor Maximilian I, the uncle of the bride, also participated in the glamorous wedding in 1518, during the Diet of Augsburg. His close ties to the imperial family were visible again at the coronation of Charles V, where Casimir was given the honor of...
Theodolinde von Paschwitz, Markgraf Kasimir. Ein historischer Roman aus dem 16. Jahrhundert, Regensburg, 1910Theodor Hirsch (1876), "Kasimir (Markgraf von Brandenburg-Ansbach-Kulmbach)", Allgemeine Deutsche Biographie (ADB) (in Deutsch), 4, Leipzig: Duncker & Humblot, pp. 43–53Casimir in Kirchberg an der Jagst – Schicksal einer hohenlohe-fränkischen Stadt vol. I(after a manuscript from the legacy of war court counciller Theodor Sandel at webisphere.de)Jump up ↑ Johann Heilmann: Kriegsgeschichte von Bayern, Franken, Pfalz und Schwaben von 1506 bis 1651, vol. 1. Munich, 1868, p. 10Jump up ↑ Peter Blickle: Gemeindereformation: die Menschen des 16. Jahrhunderts auf dem Weg zum Heil (1987), page 82
1 de ene. de 2023 · Casimir was born in Ansbach, as the son of Frederick I, Margrave of Brandenburg-Ansbach and his wife Princess Sofia Jagiellon, a daughter of King Casimir IV Jagiellon of Poland. From 1498, Casimir's father Frederick granted him the position of stadtholder of the margraviate during his extensive travels.
Christian, Margrave of Brandenburg-Bayreuth (30 January 1581 in Cölln – 30 May 1655 in Bayreuth) was a member of the House of Hohenzollern and Margrave of Brandenburg-Kulmbach (later renamed Brandenburg-Bayreuth). He was the eldest of eleven children born to John George, Elector of Brandenburg by his third wife Princess Elisabeth of Anhalt-Zerbst
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