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  2. Henry (VII) of Germany - Wikipedia

    Majority and rebellion against his father King Henry receives homage in Würzburg in 1234, from the 16th-century Bishop's Chronicle by Lorenz Fries In 1228, he had a falling-out with Duke Louis of Bavaria, who was suspected of plotting with Pope Gregory IX against Emperor Frederick II.

  3. Henry (VII) | Holy Roman Emperor, Saxon Dynasty, German King

    Henry (VII), (born 1211, Sicily—died Feb. 12, 1242, Martirano, Calabria, Kingdom of Sicily), German king (from 1220), son of the Holy Roman emperor Frederick II. After apparently spending most of his youth in Germany, Henry was crowned king of Sicily in 1212 and made duke of Swabia in 1216.

  4. Henry VII | German King, Holy Roman Emperor | Britannica

    Henry VII, (born c. 1269/74, Valenciennes, Hainaut—died Aug. 24, 1313, Buonconvento, near Siena, Italy), count of Luxembourg (as Henry IV), German king (from 1308), and Holy Roman emperor (from 1312) who strengthened the position of his family by obtaining the throne of Bohemia for his son.

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  5. Henry VII, Holy Roman Emperor - Wikipedia,_Holy_Roman_Emperor

    Henry VII (German: Heinrich; Vulgar Latin: Arrigo; c. 1273 [2] – 24 August 1313), [3] also known as Henry of Luxembourg, was Count of Luxembourg, King of Germany (or Rex Romanorum) from 1308 and Holy Roman Emperor from 1312. He was the first emperor of the House of Luxembourg.

  6. Henry (VII) of Germany - Wikiwand

    Henry , a member of the Hohenstaufen dynasty, was King of Sicily from 1212 until 1217 and King of Germany from 1220 until 1235, as son and co-ruler of Emperor Frederick II. He was the seventh Henry to rule Germany, but in order to avoid confusion with the Luxembourg emperor Henry VII, he is usually numbered Henry .

  7. Henry Vii (holy Roman Empire) |

    Henry VII (c. 1274-1313) was Holy Roman emperor and king of Germany from 1308 to 1313. He is often called the last medieval emperor, since his vision of the grandeur of the imperial office resembled that of his much more powerful predecessors. When he was elected Holy Roman emperor in November 1308, Henry, Count of Luxemburg, was the ruler of a ...

  8. Henry VII - Wikipedia

    Henry VII may refer to: Henry VII of England (1457–1509), King of England and Lord of Ireland from 1485 until his death in 1509; the founder of the House of Tudor Henry VII, Duke of Bavaria (died 1047), count of Luxembourg (as Henry II) from 1026 and duke of Bavaria from 1042 until his death

  9. Henry VII Jordan Hohenstaufen, king of the Romans -

    Frederick Hohenstaufen half brother Margherita di Sicilia half sister About Henry VII Jordan Hohenstaufen, king of the Romans Links: MedLands, * The Peerage, * Geneall , * ADB Deutsch, * Wikipedia King of Germany: Reign 1220–1235 > Predecessor: Frederick II Successor: Conrad IV King of Sicily: Reign 1212–1217

  10. 1911 Encyclopædia Britannica/Henry VII. of Germanyædia...

    HENRY VII. (1211–1242), German king, son of the emperor Frederick II. and his first wife Constance, daughter of Alphonso II., king of Aragon, was crowned king of Sicily in 1212 and made duke of Swabia in 1216. Pope Innocent III. had favoured his coronation as king of Sicily in the hope that the union of this island with the Empire would be ...

  11. Henry (VII) of Germany - Wikimedia Commons

    Henry (VII) of Germany. Deutsch: Heinrich (VII.) war Mitkönig des Heiligen Römischen Reichs (1220-1234). English: Henry (VII) was Co-king of the Holy Roman Empire (1220-1234). Deutsch: Huldigung Heinrichs (VII.) in Würzburg als römisch-deutscher König, 1234, aus der Chronik der Bischöfe von Würzburg, Mitte 16. Jh. This page was last ...