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  1. hace 6 días · Margraviate of Brandenburg: Margaret of Denmark 1324 no children Margaret, Countess of Tyrol 10 February 1342 Meran four children In 1351 his brothers Louis and Otto gave up their inheritance in Bavaria, in exchange for the Electoral dignity in Brandenburg. Louis II the Roman: 7 May 1328 1351–1356: 17 May 1365: Margraviate of Brandenburg: Cunigunde of Poland

  2. 07/09/2022 · Otto married Matilda, daughter of Albert II, Margrave of Brandenburg, around 1228. They had the following known children: Elizabeth (died 1266), married William II of Holland. Helen (died 1273), married Albert II, Duke of Saxony and Hermann II, Landgrave of Thuringia. Adelaide (died 1274), married Henry I, Landgrave of Hesse

  3. 09/09/2022 · Germany has two states that can be considered part of Pomerania. These are Mecklenburg in Western Pomerania, with a population of 1.6 million, and Brandenburg with a population of 2.5 million. The...

  4. 28/08/2022 · Margaret is the major character in the 2008 novel A Daughter of York by Anne Easter Smith, where this writer was first introduced to her. The book begins in 1460 with fourteen-year-old Margaret mourning the death at the Battle of Wakefield of her father and brother, Richard, 3rd Duke of York and Edmund, Earl of Rutland, and continues through her marriage and the aftermath of her husband’s death.

  5. 18/09/2022 · Today marks the 30th Anniversary of the Death of Princess Margaret of Denmark and Bourbon-Parma, who passed on this day in 1992. King Christian IX’s last surviving granddaughter, who was related to almost all European royals both by birth and marriage, and the mother of Queen Anne of Romania, the 'Smiling Princess' was generous and…

  6. 08/09/2022 · 2 Duchy of Pomerania. 2.1 Partitions of Pomerania. 2.1.1 First partition 1155–1264; 2.1.2 Second partition 1295–1368; 2.1.3 Third partition 1368–1376; 2.1.4 Fourth partition 1376/1377–1478 and Pomeranian immediacy; 2.1.5 Fifth and sixth partitions 1531–1625; 2.1.6 Definitive reunification and annexation to Sweden; 2.2 Dukes of Pomerania: the House of Griffins

  7. 07/09/2022 · m (before 14 Dec 1278) as his first wife, BOGISLAW von Pommern, son of BARNIM I Duke of Pomerania & his second wife Margareta von Werle [Mecklenburg] (before 1258-19 Feb 1309, bur Stettin Marienkirche). He succeeded his father in 1278 as BOGISLAW IV Duke of Pomerania zu Wolgast. 8. AGNES ([1258/61]-early Oct 1304, bur Ringsted Church).