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  1. Maximilian was born on 29 September 1902 and baptized in Vienna two days later with Archduke Charles Stephen of Austria as sponsor. From birth he had the lesser princely title and the nobiliary particle von Hohenberg accorded his mother as a predicate at the time of her marriage, and in 1905 he shared with his siblings her receipt of the style "Serene Highness".

  2. Princess Elisabeth, Duchess of Hohenberg (Elisabeth Hilda Zita Marie Anna Antonia Friederike Wilhelmine Luise; 22 December 1922 – 22 November 2011) was a Luxembourgian princess. She was a daughter of Grand Duchess Charlotte and her husband, Prince Felix of Bourbon-Parma, the sister of Grand Duke Jean and the aunt of Grand Duke Henri.

  3. 10/07/2022 · A thread based off the List of Alternate Monarchs and Aristocratic Lineage, AH Royal/Imperial/Noble Titles Game and AHC: Form alternate/new ethnic groups of the world. There have been various royal or imperial dynasties and royal houses. Here, the challenge is to make your own dynasty/house...

  4. This blog presents the ancestors of the heirs of the leading families of Europe. These overviews represent the changing character of these families regarding marriage policy and show on one hand the close connections between those families but on the other hand the ability to absorb new influences while maintaining continuity. The texts are mainly in Dutch, later I will change it to English ...

  5. (um 1096 – um 1154), Graf von Zollern-Hohenberg ⚭ Helmburgis von Schala-Burghausen († 1168); → Nachfahren siehe Haus Zollern-Hohenberg Luitgart († nach 1150), Nonne in Zwiefalten Friedrich II.

  6. Maximilian II. Emanuel von Bayern (1679 - 1726) Ludwig I. von Bayern (1825 - 1848) Maximilian II. Joseph von Bayern (1848-1864) Ludwig II. von Bayern (1864- 1886) Luitpold, Prinzregent von Bayern (1886 - 1912) Ludwig III. von Bayern (1913 - 1918) Friedrich I. von Brandenburg-Franken (*1371 †1440) Christian Ernst von Brandenburg-Bayreuth (1655 ...

  7. 1619: Mit der „Sturmpetition“ versuchen die Deputierten der protestantischen Stände Niederösterreichs vergeblich, von Erzherzog Ferdinand einen Verzichtfrieden mit den aufständischen Böhmen und Zugeständnisse hinsichtlich der Ausübung des evangelischen Glaubens zu erwirken.