Jadwiga von Brieg was born circa 1349 at of Brieg, Opole, Poland. She married Hanus II, Duke of Auschwitz , son of Hanus I, Prince von Auschwitz , circa 1366. 1 Jadwiga von Brieg died between 30 January 1385 and 1396. 2 , 1
Early life. Philip of Valois-Burgundy was born on 31 July 1396 in Dijon, France as the fourth child and first son of John, Count of Nevers (later Duke of Burgundy known as "John the Fearless"; 1371–1419) and his wife and consort, born Margaret of Bavaria (1363–1424).
9. Mai: Friedrich I., Herzog von Liegnitz und Brieg (* 1446) 8. Juni: Sigismund von Lamberg, Bischof von Laibach (* vor 1444) 11. Juni: Jakob III., König von Schottland (* 1451) 18. Juli: Alvise Cadamosto, italienischer Seefahrer und Entdecker im Dienste Portugals (* 1432) 23. Juli: Albrecht von Baden, badischer Markgraf (* 1455) 30.
Sibylle Margarethe von Brieg (1620–1657), schlesische Adlige; Maria Margarethe Danzi (1768–1800), deutsche Sopranistin und Komponistin; Margarita. Margarita Iossifowna Aliger (1915–1992), russisch-sowjetische Lyrikerin; Margarita Breitkreiz (* 1980), deutsche Schauspielerin
Isabella of Bourbon, Countess of Charolais (c. 1434 – 25 September 1465) was the second wife of Charles the Bold, Count of Charolais and future Duke of Burgundy.
Peter Kürten (German: [ˈpeːtɐ ˈkʏʁtn̩]; 26 May 1883 – 2 July 1931) was a German serial killer, known as "The Vampire of Düsseldorf" and the "Düsseldorf Monster", who committed a series of murders and sexual assaults between February and November 1929 in the city of Düsseldorf.
The treaty was signed by Louise of Savoy for France and her sister-in-law, Margaret of Austria, for the Holy Roman Empire. Death. Louise of Savoy died on 22 September 1531, in Grez-sur-Loing of the plague. Her remains were entombed at Saint-Denis in Paris. After her death, her lands, including Auvergne, merged in the crown.