Ulrich II was the eldest son of Duke Herman of Carinthia, who had married Agnes of Babenberg, daughter of Duke Henry Jasomirgott of Austria and former queen consort of Hungary. Still a minor when his father died in 1181, he initially was under guardianship of his maternal uncle Duke Leopold V of Austria.
Ulrich II of East Frisia, was count of East Frisia, (6 July 1605 – Aurich, 1 November 1648) was the fifth child and the third son of Enno III, Count of East Frisia and Anna of Holstein-Gottorp. He inherited the East Frisia after the unexpected death of his brother Rudolf Christian on 17 April 1628. He reigned during the Thirty Years' War.
Ulrich II, Lord of Hanau ( c. 1280/1288 – 23 September 1346) was Lord of Hanau from 1305/1306 until his death. Contents 1 Childhood 2 Reign 2.1 Political Activities 2.2 Acquisition of territory 3 Marriage and issue 4 Death 5 References 6 Footnotes Childhood He was the son of Ulrich I and his wife, Countess Elisabeth of Rieneck.
- c. 1280/1288
- Elisabeth of Rieneck
- 23 September 1346
- Ulrich I, Lord of Hanau
Ulrich II may refer to: Ulrich II. (St. Gallen) († 1076) Abbot of St. Gall Ulrich II, Duke of Carinthia (c. 1176 – 1202) Ulrich II, Count of Württemberg (c. 1254 – 1279) Ulrich II von Graben (before 1300 – about 1361) Ulrich II, Count of Celje (1406–1456) Ulrich II, Duke of Mecklenburg-Stargard (1428–1471)
Ulrich II von Treven was Patriarch of Aquileia in northern Italy from 1161 to 1181. He supported Frederick I, Holy Roman Emperor, (1122–1190) in his unsuccessful struggle for supremacy over the northern Italian states and the papacy. He was also involved in a dispute over jurisdiction with the Patriarch of Grado where he was ultimately successful.
Ulrich II († 9 de diciembre de 1076) fue abad de la Abadía de St. Gallen desde 1072 hasta 1076. La vida. Su predecesor, el padre Nortpert, nombró a Ulrich abad cuando renunció en 1072. Se desconoce la vida de Ulrich antes de asumir el cargo de abad. Vínculos (de) Ulrich auf der Sitio web de Stiftsarchivs St. Gallen; Notas y referencias