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  1. 24/06/2022 · 1541–1543: George I the Pious (also Margrave of Brandenburg-Ansbach) 1543–1603: George Frederick I (also Margrave of Brandenburg-Ansbach, Margrave of Brandenburg-Kulmbach and Regent of Prussia) 1603–1606: Joachim I (also Regent of Prussia and Elector of Brandenburg) 1606–1621: Johann Georg von Brandenburg

  2. 22/06/2022 · In 1533, 17-year-old Princess Emilia of Saxony was wed to George the Pious, Margrave of Brandenburg-Ansbach, then aged 48 years. Early marriages have been common in historical times, including in Europe.

  3. › wiki › April_5April 5 - Wikipedia

    hace 5 días · 1539 – George Frederick, Margrave of Brandenburg-Ansbach (d. 1603) 1549 – Princess Elizabeth of Sweden (d. 1597) 1568 – Pope Urban VIII (d. 1644) 1588 – Thomas Hobbes, English philosopher (d. 1679) 1591 – Frederick Ulrich, Duke of Brunswick-Luneburg (d. 1634) 1595 – John Wilson, English composer and educator (d. 1674) 1601–1900 [ edit]

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    Albert was born in Ansbach in Franconia as the third son of Frederick I, Margrave of Brandenburg-Ansbach. His mother was Sophia, daughter of Casimir IV Jagiellon, Grand Duke of Lithuania and King of Poland, and his wife Elisabeth of Austria. He was raised for a career in the Church and spent some time at the court of Hermann IV of Hesse, Elector of...

    Duke Frederick of Saxony, Grand Master of the Teutonic Order, died in December 1510. Albert was chosen as his successor early in 1511 in the hope that his relationship to his maternal uncle, Sigismund I the Old, Grand Duke of Lithuania and King of Poland, would facilitate a settlement of the disputes over eastern Prussia, which had been held by the...

    After some delay Sigismund assented to the offer, with the provision that Prussia should be treated as a Polish fiefdom; and after this arrangement had been confirmed by a treaty concluded at Kraków, Albert pledged a personal oath to Sigismund I and was invested with the duchy for himself and his heirs on 10 February 1525. The Estates of the land t...

    Although Albert has received relatively little recognition in German history, his dissolution of the Teutonic State caused the founding of the Duchy of Prussia, which would eventually become arguably the most powerful German state and instrumental in uniting the whole of Germany. Albert is therefore often seen as the father of the Prussian nation, ...

    Albert married first, to Princess Dorothea (1 August 1504 – 11 April 1547), daughter of King Frederick I of Denmark, in 1526. They had six children; 1. Anna Sophia (1527–1591) 2. Katharina (b. & d. 1528) 3. Frederick Albert (1529–1530) 4. Lucia Dorothea (1531–1532) 5. Lucia (1537–1539) 6. Albert (1539–1539) He married secondly to Anna Maria (1532–2...

  4. 05/06/2022 · Hedwig was a daughter of Duke Charles I of Münsterberg-Oels, who was a grandson of the King George of Bohemia. Her mother was Anna of Sagan, a daughter of John II, the last Duke of Zagan (Sagan). On 9 January 1525 Hedwig married Margrave George of Brandenburg-Ansbach-Kulmbach. She was George's second wife.

  5. 12/06/2022 · When the Prussian Duke Albert of Brandenburg-Ansbach in 1525 secularized the monastic State of the Teutonic Order per the Treaty of Kraków, Insterburg became part of the Duchy of Prussia, a vassal duchy of the Kingdom of Poland. The settlement was granted town privileges on 10 October 1583 by the Prussian regent Margrave George Frederick. [10]

  6. 19/06/2022 · (George II) 조지 1세 (George I) 첼레의 공녀 조피 도로테아 (Princess Sophia Dorothea of Celle) 브란덴부르크안스바흐의 공녀 카롤리네 (Princess Caroline of Brandenburg-Ansbach) 브란덴부르크안스바흐의 변경백 요한 프리드리히 (John Frederick, Margrave of Brandenburg-Ansbach)