Margaret of Brandenburg (1511 – after 3 November 1577) was a Princess of Brandenburg by birth and by marrying first a duke of Pomerania and later a prince of Anhalt. Life [ edit ] Margaret was the youngest daughter of the Elector Joachim I of Brandenburg (1484–1535) from his marriage to Elisabeth (1485–1555), daughter of King ...
Margaret era la hija menor del elector Joaquín I de Brandeburgo (1484-1535) de su matrimonio con Isabel (1485-1555), hija del rey Juan de Dinamarca. Duquesa de pomerania Se casó con su primer marido el 23 de enero de 1530 en Berlín, el duque Jorge I de Pomerania (1493-1531).
Margaret of Brandenburg (1449 or 1450 – 1489) was a princess of Brandenburg by birth and by marriage Duchess of Pomerania . Life Margaret was the second daughter of the Elector Frederick II of Brandenburg (1413–1471) from his marriage to Catherine (1421–1476), daughter of the Elector Frederick I of Saxony.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Margaret of Brandenburg (1511 – after 3 November 1577) was a Princess of Brandenburg by birth and by marrying first a duke of Pomerania and later a prince of Anhalt.
When Princess Margaret of Brandenburg, Duchess of Pomerania was born on 29 September 1511, in Berlin, Brandenburg, Prussia, her father, Joachim I Nestor , House of Hohenzollern, Elector of Brandenburg, and of Germany, was 27 and her mother, Elisabeth van Oldenburg, Electress Consort of Brandenburg, Princess of Denmark, Sweden, Norway, was 26.
Duchess of Pomerania . Name variations: Margaret von Brandenburg. Born around 1450; died in 1489; daughter of Catherine of Saxony (1421–1476) and Frederick II (1413–1471), elector of Brandenburg (r. 1440–1470, abdicated); married Bogislav X also known as Boleslav X (b. 1454), duke of Pomerania, on September 20, 1477.
Margaret of Brandenburg-Salzwedel ( German: Margareta, Polish: Małgorzata; born ca. 1270 – died 1 May 1315) was a German noblewoman member of the House of Ascania and by her two marriages Duchess of Greater Poland (during 1293–1296), Queen of Poland (during 1295–1296) and Duchess of Saxe-Lauenburg (during 1302–1308).