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  1. Albert II was, from 1184 onwards, Count of Arneburg in the Altmark. The Altmark belonged to Brandenburg, and his older brother Otto II claimed that this implied that the Ascanians owned Arneburg. Albert participated in the Third Crusade (1189–1192). After his return, he was temporarily imprisoned in 1194 by Otto for unexplained reasons.

  2. George Albert of Brandenburg (20 November 1591, in Berlin – 29 November 1615, in Sonnenburg, present-day Słońsk), was Margrave of Brandenburg as George Albert II.

  3. George Albert of Brandenburg (20 November 1591, in Berlin – 29 November 1615, in Sonnenburg, present-day Słońsk), was Margrave of Brandenburg as George Albert II. (en) Georges-Albert II de Brandebourg (20 novembre 1591, à Berlin – 29 novembre 1615, à Sonnenbourg, aujourd'hui Słońsk), fut margrave de Brandebourg sous le nom de Georges-Albert II.

  4. George Albert II Margrave of Brandenburg is a 24 years old Georg Albrecht II. Markgraf von Brandenburg from . George Albert II Margrave of Brandenburg was born on November 20, 1591 (died on November 29, 1615, george Albert II Margrave of Brandenburg was 24 years old) in .

  5. George Albert II, Margrave of Brandenburg. In Biographical Summaries of Notable People . Save this record and choose the information you want to add to ...

  6. 07/07/2019 · Albrecht II (* around/after 1150; † 25 February 1220) was the Margrave of Brandenburg from 1205 until his death. The Ascanians Albrecht II was the youngest son of Otto I and the Polish Duke's daughter Judith of Poland as well as the grandson of Albrecht the Bear, the founder of the Mark Brandenburg in the year 1157.

  7. German nobility, a Margrave of Brandenburg as George Albert II. George Albert was a member of the House of Hohenzollern. He was a son of the Elector John George of Brandenburg (1525–1598) from his third marriage to Elisabeth (1563–1607), daughter of Prince Joachim Ernest of Anhalt.