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  1. Joseph Clemens Maria Ferdinand Ludwig Anton Augustin Alphons Alta Franz von Sales Philipp Nerius: Nacimiento: 25 de mayo de 1902 Múnich, Reino de Baviera: Fallecimiento: 8 de enero de 1990 de 1990 (87 años) Múnich, Baviera, Alemania Occidental: Familia; Casa real: Wittelsbach: Padre: Alfonso María de Baviera: Madre: Luisa de Orleans (1869-1952)

  2. Joseph Clemens was put under the ban of the Empire and deprived of his lands in 1706. The war between France and the Empire was finally ended in 1714 with the Treaty of Baden, which restored Joseph Clemens. He died in Bonn, and was buried at the Cologne Cathedral. Joseph Clemens was succeeded by his nephew Clemens August of Bavaria.

  3. Joseph Clemens' own sister Maria Anna Victoria had married Élisabeth Charlotte's cousin le Grand Dauphin. Élisabeth Charlotte refused and was later married to the Duke of Lorraine. As did his brother Maximilian II Emanuel, Elector of Bavaria, Joseph Clemens allied with France during the War of Spanish Succession and was forced to flee his residence Bonn in 1702 and found refuge at the French ...

  4. Joseph Clemens was put under the ban of the Empire and deprived of his lands in 1706. The war between France and the Empire was finally ended in 1714 with the Treaty of Baden, which restored Joseph Clemens. He died in Bonn, and was buried at the Cologne Cathedral. Joseph Clemens was succeeded by his nephew Clemens August of Bavaria. Bibliography

  5. Joseph Clemens of Bavaria (German: Joseph Clemens von Bayern) (5 December 1671 – 12 November 1723) was a member of the Wittelsbach dynasty of Bavaria and Archbishop-Elector of Cologne from 1688 to 1723.

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  7. Prinz Joseph Clemens von Bayern ( Deutsch: Joseph Clemens Maria Ferdinand Ludwig Anton Augustin Alphons Alta Franz von Sales Philipp Nerius Prinz von Bayern) (25. Mai 1902 - 8. Januar 1990) war ein Mitglied des bayerischen Königshauses Wittelsbach und einer der führenden deutschen Kunst Historiker.