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  1. Cardinal Albert of Brandenburg ( German: Albrecht von Brandenburg; 28 June 1490 – 24 September 1545) was a German cardinal, elector, Archbishop of Mainz from 1514 to 1545, and Archbishop of Magdeburg from 1513 to 1545. Contents 1 Biography 1.1 Early career 1.2 Market Church of Our Lady 1.3 Death 2 Ancestry 3 References 3.1 General references

  2. Albert, also called Albert of Brandenburg, German Albrecht von Brandenburg, (born June 28, 1490—died Sept. 24, 1545, Mainz [Germany]), margrave of Brandenburg, cardinal, and elector of Mainz, a liberal patron of the arts known chiefly as the object of the reformer Martin Luther’s attacks concerning the sale of indulgences.

  3. ALBRECHT OF BRANDENBURG Cardinal archbishop of Mainz, elector of the Holy Roman Empire; b. Berlin, June 28, 1490; d. Mainz, Sept. 24, 1545. He was the younger son of Johann Cicero, Elector of Brandenburg, and Margareta, daughter of Duke Wilhelm III of Saxony; his brother, Joachim I, succeeded to the electorate upon the father's death.

  4. Cardinal Albrecht. Albrecht was born 28 June 1490 in Cölln on the Spree, better known today as Berlin. In 1506, Albrecht and his brother founded the University of Frankfurt an der Oder, an institution which the young man would go on to attend himself. Albrecht von Brandenburg took holy orders and at the age of 23, he became Archbishop of Magdeburg ...

  5. Albrecht of Brandenburg, the highest-ranking ecclesiastical dignitary of the empire, was a supporter of the sale of indulgences and one of Martin Luther’s ...