Albert (23 April 1828 – 19 June 1902) was King of Saxony from 29 October 1873 until his death in 1902. He was the eldest son of Prince John (who succeeded his brother Frederick Augustus II on the Saxon throne as King John in 1854) by his wife Amalie Auguste of Bavaria .
Albert of Saxony may refer to: Albert, King of Saxony (1828–1902) Albert I, Duke of Saxony (ca. 1175–1260) Albert II, Duke of Saxony (ca. 1250–1298) Albert III, Duke of Saxony (1443–1500) Prince Albert of Saxony, Duke of Teschen (1738–1822) Albert, Margrave of Meissen (1934–2012) Albert of Saxony (philosopher) (1316–1390)
Albion (fl. c. 785–811) Saxony as part of Frankish kingdom (s) With the removal of the Welfs in 1180, the Duchy of Saxony was sharply reduced in territory. Westphalia fell to the Archbishop of Cologne, while the Duchy of Brunswick remained with the Welfs.
Albert, (born April 23, 1828, Dresden, Saxony—died June 19, 1902, near Öls, Silesia), king of Saxony from Oct. 29, 1873, Catholic king of a Protestant country who was nonetheless popular with his subjects. He also was a capable soldier who fought well in the Seven Weeks’ War of 1866 and in the Franco-German War of 1870–71.
Albert was the King of Saxony and a member of the House of Wettin. He was the eldest son of Prince John by his wife Amalie Auguste of Bavaria. Albert had a successful military career, leading Saxon troops that participated in the First Schleswig War, the Austro-Prussian War, and the Franco-Prussian War.
Albert of Saxony First published Mon Jan 29, 2001; substantive revision Thu Mar 30, 2023 Albert of Saxony (ca. 1320–1390), Master of Arts at Paris, then Rector of the University of Vienna, and finally Bishop of Halberstadt (Germany).
ALBERT OF SAXONY(c. 1316–1390) Sometimes nicknamed Albertucius to distinguish him from Albert the Great, Albert of Saxony was born in Rickensdorf in the region of Helmstedt ( Lower Saxony ), in present-day Germany. He did his early studies in his native region, then most likely took a trip to Elfurt. He later went to Prague and Paris, where ...
Albert of Saxony First published Mon Jan 29, 2001; substantive revision Mon Mar 7, 2011 Albert of Saxony (ca. 1316–1390), Master of Arts at Paris, then Rector of the University of Vienna, and finally Bishop of Halberstadt (Germany). As a logician, he was at the forefront of the movement that
Albert von Sachsen. English: Albert (April 23 1828 - June 19 1902) was a King of Saxony (1873 - 1902) of the House of Wettin. Born Friedrich August Albert in the Saxon capital Dresden, he was the eldest son of Prince en:John of Saxony, who succeeded his brother en:Frederick Augustus II on the throne as King John in 1854.
Albert, being born in Lower Saxony, was in the English Nation: in fact he represented the English Nation on a number of occasions between 1352 and 1362. In 1358 he led the English Nation in negotiating with the Piccardian Nation the concerning the position of the border between the two Nations.