Joseph Clemens was born in Munich, Bavaria. He was the first child and only son of Prince Alfons of Bavaria and his wife Princess Louise Victoire d'Orléans-Alençon. Later life. The prince studied Art History and later became one of the leading Art Historians in Germany and Europe.
The third son of Ferdinand Maria of Bavaria and his wife, Henrietta Adelaide of Savoy, Joseph Clemens was designated by his parents for a life in the church. He became Archbishop of Cologne in 1688 after the death of Maximilian Henry of Bavaria , and his appointment to that post by Pope Innocent XI was one cause of the Nine Years' War .
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José Clemente María Fernando Luis Antonio Agustín Alfonso Alta Francisco de Sales Felipe Nerio. Nacimiento. 25 de mayo de 1902. Múnich, Reino de Baviera, Imperio alemán. Fallecimiento. 8 de enero de 1990 (87 años) Múnich, Baviera, Alemania Occidental. Sepultura. Cripta de la Iglesia de San Miguel, Múnich.
- José Clemente María Fernando Luis Antonio Agustín Alfonso Alta Francisco de Sales Felipe Nerio
- 25 de mayo de 1902, Múnich, Reino de Baviera, Imperio alemán
- 8 de enero de 1990 (87 años), Múnich, Baviera, Alemania Occidental
- Cripta de la Iglesia de San Miguel, Múnich
Joseph Clemens of Bavaria was a member of the Wittelsbach dynasty of Bavaria and Archbishop-Elector of Cologne from 1688 to 1723. For faster navigation, this Iframe is preloading the Wikiwand page for Joseph Clemens of Bavaria .
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Clemens August (Clementus Augustus) was born in Brussels, the son of Elector Maximilian II Emanuel of Bavaria and Theresa Kunegunda Sobieska and the grandson of King John III Sobieski of Poland.
Joseph Clemens was the third son of Duke Ferdinand of Bavaria. He was selected, against his will, to a life in the church and was educated accordingly. He became the coadjutor of Regensburg in 1683, the coadjutor of Freising in 1684, and the coadjutor of Berchtesgaden in 1685.