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  1. Eric I was born on 16 February 1470 in Neustadt am Rübenberge at the castle of Rovenburg . He was the founder of the Calenberg line of the House of Brunswick-Lüneburg. His father, William II, died in 1503, but had already divided his lands in 1495, between his sons, Henry and Eric.

    • Elizabeth of Stolberg-Wernigerode
    • 30 July 1540 (aged 70), Haguenau
  2. Eric I was born on 16 February 1470 in Neustadt am Rübenberge at the castle of Rovenburg. He was the founder of the Calenberg line of the House of Brunswick-Lüneburg. His father, William II, died in 1503, but had already divided his lands in 1495, between his sons, Henry and Eric.

  3. 12/10/2017 · Duke of Brunswick-Lüneburg, Princes of Calenberg: until 1494 joint reign with his brother Henry the Evil Reign 1491–1540 ; Predecessor: William II Successor: Eric II. Duke of Brunswick-Lüneburg, Prince of Göttingen: Reign 1495 Predecessor: William II Successor: Göttingen was merged into Calenberg

    • "Erich der Ältere"
    • February 16, 1470
  4. Eric I was the second son of Duke William II of Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel (d 1503) and received in 1491, before his father died, his inheritance of the Principality of Calenberg-Göttingen. His elder brother, Duke Henry the Elder (1463–1514) was given rule over Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel.

  5. Eric was the only son of the Duke Albert I of Brunswick-Grubenhagen, who died in 1383, and his wife Agnes I, a daughter of Duke Magnus II of Brunswick-Lüneburg. Eric inherited Brunswick-Grubenhagen at a very early age; he stood until 1401 under the guardianship of his uncle, Duke Frederick of Grubenhagen-Osterode.

  6. Eric I was born on 16 February 1470 in Neustadt am Rübenberge at the castle of Rovenburg. He was the founder of the Calenberg line of the House of Brunswick-Lüneburg. His father, William II, died in 1503, but had already divided his lands in 1495, between his sons, Henry and Eric.

  7. Eric I was born on 16 February 1470 in Neustadt am Rübenberge at the castle of Rovenburg. He was the founder of the Calenberg line of the House of Brunswick-Lüneburg. His father, William II, died in 1503, but had already divided his lands in 1495, between his sons, Henry and Eric.