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  1. The prince-elector of Bavaria, Maximilian IV Joseph formally assumed the title King Maximilian I of Bavaria on 1 January 1806. The well-known so called Märchenkönig (Fairy tale king) Ludwig II constructed Neuschwanstein Castle , Herrenchiemsee , and Linderhof Palace during his reign (1864–1886), threatening not only to go bankrupt in person, but also to bankrupt the country in the process.

  2. On 24 February 1699, he married Wilhelmine Amalia of Brunswick-Lüneburg in Vienna. They had three children and their only son died of hydrocephalus before his first birthday. Joseph had a passion for love affairs (none of which resulted in illegitimate children) and he caught a sexually transmittable disease , probably syphilis , which he passed on to his wife while they were trying to ...

  3. William: 10 November 1752: 1789–1799: 8 January 1837: Palatinate-Birkenfeld-Gelnhausen: Maria Anna of Zweibrücken-Birkenfeld 30 January 1780 Mannheim three children: In 1799 his lands were annexed to Bavaria. Palatinate-Birkenfeld-Gelnhausen definitely annexed to the Electorate of Bavaria: Maximilian Joseph (Maximilian I. Joseph) 27 May 1756 ...

  4. Charles VII (6 August 1697 – 20 January 1745) was the prince-elector of Bavaria from 1726 and Holy Roman Emperor from 24 January 1742 to his death. He was a member of the House of Wittelsbach, and his reign as Holy Roman Emperor thus marked the end of three centuries of uninterrupted Habsburg imperial rule although he was related to the Habsburgs by both blood and marriage.

  5. Arms of Ernest as Duke of Brunswick-Lüneburg 1679–1692 Arms of Ernest August as Elector-designate 1692–1698 In 1683, against the protestations of his five younger sons, Ernest Augustus instituted primogeniture , so that his territory would not be further subdivided after his death, and also as a pre-condition for obtaining the coveted electorship.

  6. William, Duke of Brunswick (German: Wilhelm August Ludwig Maximilian Friedrich; 25 April 1806 – 18 October 1884), was ruling duke of the Duchy of Brunswick from 1830 until his death. William was the second son of Frederick William, Duke of Brunswick-Lüneburg , and after the death of his father in 1815, was under the guardianship of King George IV of the United Kingdom .

  7. In the Old Prayer Book of Maximilian of Austria (l'Ancien livre de prières de Maximilien d'Autriche, 1486, Vienne, ÖNB, Cod. 1907, f. 61v), there are the depiction of three falcons that seemingly symbolize Mary, Philip the Fair and Maximilian: Mary was with Philip while Maximilian was chasing another bird, symbolically protecting wife and child, next to the German eagle and the combined coat ...