5 edition of Ferdinand I and Maxmillian II of Austria found in the catalog.
Ferdinand I and Maxmillian II of Austria
Leopold von Ranke
by Ams Pr Inc
Written in English
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Ferdinand I ( - ) was the Holy Roman Emperor ( - ), King of Bohemia and Hungary ( - ), and Archduke of Austria ( - ).. Ferdinand was born in Madrid on 10 March to Philip the Handsome of the House of Habsburg and Queen Joanna the Mad of the death of Ferdinand's uncle, the Emperor Maximilian I, Ferdinand received the hereditary Habsburg lands . Ferdinand II, Archduke of Austria Archduke of Austria. Desc: Ferdinand II, Archduke of Further Austria was ruler of Further Austria and since Imperial count of son of Ferdinand I, Holy Roman Emperor, he was married to Philippine Welser in his first marriage.
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Ferdinand I and Maximilian II of Austria; An Essay on the Political and Religious State of Germany Immediately After the Reformation Paperback – Septem by Leopold Von Ranke (Author)Author: Leopold Von Ranke. Ferdinand I and Maximilian II of Austria. Reprint of the ed.
published by Longman, Brown, Green, and Longmans, London. Germany—History—Ferdinand I, Ferdinand I and Maximilian II of Austria: an essay on the political and religious state of Germany immediately after the Reformation by Ranke, Leopold von, Biography.
Maximilian was born in Vienna, Austria, the eldest son of the Habsburg archduke Ferdinand I, younger brother of Emperor Charles V, Holy Roman Emperor, and the Jagiellonian princess Anne of Bohemia and Hungary (–).
He was named after his great-grandfather, Emperor Maximilian the time of his birth, his father Ferdinand succeeded his brother-in-law King Louis II in the Father: Ferdinand I.
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Librivox Free Audiobook. Is All About Math (Video Podcast) Full text of "Ferdinand I and Maximilian II of Austria. Maximilian II, Holy Roman Emperor: 31 July 12 October Married to his first cousin Maria of Spain and had issue. Anna: 7 July 16/17 October Married to Albert V, Duke of Bavaria.
Ferdinand II, Archduke of Austria: 14 June 24 January Married to Philippine Welser and then to his niece (daughter of Eleanor) Anne Father: Philip I of Castile. Ferdinand I (German: Ferdinand I.
19 April – 29 June ) was the Emperor of Austria from until his abdication in As ruler of Austria, he was also President of the German Confederation, King of Hungary, Croatia and Bohemia (as Ferdinand V), King of Lombardy–Venetia and holder of many other lesser titles (see grand title of the Emperor of Austria).Father: Francis II, Holy Roman Emperor.
Ferdinand I and Maximilian II of Austria; An Essay on the Political and Religious State of Germany Immediately After the Reformation: : Leopold Von Ranke: Libros en idiomas extranjerosFormat: Tapa blanda. Genealogy profile for Maximilian II, Holy Roman Emperor Maximilian II von Habsburg-Österreich (Habsburg), Holy Roman Emporer ( - ) - Genealogy Genealogy for Maximilian II von Habsburg-Österreich (Habsburg), Holy Roman Emporer ( - ) family tree on Geni, with over million profiles of ancestors and living relatives.
Ferdinand II (9 July – 15 February ), a member of the House of Habsburg, was Holy Roman Emperor (–), King of Bohemia (–, –), and King of Hungary (–). He was the son of Archduke Charles II of Inner Austria, and Maria of parents were devout Catholics, and inthey sent him to study at the Jesuits' college in Ingolstadt, because Father: Charles II, Archduke of Austria.
Create Your Own Family Tree/ Add Your Own GEDCOM File. Maximilian I, (born MaWiener Neustadt, Austria—died JanuWels), archduke of Austria, German king, and Holy Roman emperor (–) who made his family, the Habsburgs, dominant in 16th-century added vast lands to the traditional Austrian holdings, securing the Netherlands by his own marriage, Hungary and Bohemia by treaty and military pressure, and.
Coats of arms of Ferdinand I and Maximilian II as Roman and HRE German Kings (2 C, 5 F) Media in category "Coats of arms of Ferdinand I, Holy Roman Emperor".
Ferdinand (I), also called Ferdinand the Benign, German Ferdinand der Gütige, (born ApVienna, Austria—died JPrague, Bohemia, Austria-Hungary), emperor of Austria from towhen he abdicated his throne.
Ferdinand was the eldest son of the Holy Roman emperor Francis II (later Francis I of Austria) and Maria Theresa of Naples-Sicily. Maximilian, in full Ferdinand Maximilian Joseph, (born July 6,Vienna, Austria—died Jnear Querétaro, Mex.), archduke of Austria and the emperor of Mexico, a man whose naive liberalism proved unequal to the international intrigues that had put him on the throne and to the brutal struggles within Mexico that led to his execution.
Maximilian II, Holy Roman Emperor: 31 July 12 October Married to his first cousin Maria of Spain and had issue. Anna: 7 July 16/17 October Married to Albert V, Duke of Bavaria.
Ferdinand II, Archduke of Austria: 14 June 24 January Ferdinand I and Maximilian II of Austria: an essay on the political and religious state of Germany immediately after the Reformation. Maximilian II, (born JVienna, Austria—died Oct.
12,Regensburg [Germany]), Holy Roman emperor fromwhose liberal religious policies permitted an interval of peace between Roman Catholics and Protestants in Germany after the first struggles of the Reformation.A humanist and patron of the arts, he largely failed to achieve his political goals, both at home and abroad.
Maximilian II Portrait by Nicolas Neufchâtel, c. Holy Roman Emperor Archduke of Austria Reign 25 July – 12 October Maximilian II (11 July – 26 February ), also known as Max Emanuel or Maximilian Emanuel, was a Wittelsbach ruler of Bavaria and a Prince-elector of the Holy Roman was also the last governor of the Spanish Netherlands and duke of Luxembourg.
An able soldier, his ambition led to conflicts that limited his ultimate dynastic : 11 JulyMunich. From to Maximilian served as regent for his young cousin, Ferdinand, Archduke of Inner Austria.
In he succeeded their uncle Ferdinand II, Archduke of Further Austria in his territories, including Tyrol, where he proved to be a solid proponent of the : Maximilian II, Holy Roman Emperor.Maximilian II, Holy Roman Emperor: 31 July 12 October Married to his first cousin Maria of Spain and had issue.
Anna: 7 July 16/17 October Married to Albert V, Duke of Bavaria. Ferdinand II, Archduke of Austria: 14 June 24 January Married to Philippine Welser and then to his niece Anne Juliana Gonzaga.Archduke Franz Karl of Austria.
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