Margaret of Austria (German: Margarethe von Österreich; c. 1204 – 29 October 1266), a member of the House of Babenberg, was German queen from 1225 until 1235, by her first marriage with King Henry (VII), and Queen of Bohemia from 1253 to 1260, by her second marriage with King Ottokar II.
Margaret of Austria ( German: Margarethe von Österreich; c. 1204 – 29 October 1266), a member of the House of Babenberg, was German queen from 1225 until 1235, by her first marriage with King Henry (VII), and Queen of Bohemia from 1253 to 1260, by her second marriage with King Ottokar II.
Margaret of Austria may refer to: Margaret of Austria, Queen of Bohemia (c.1204–1266), titularly reigning Duchess of Austria & Styria, Queen consort of the Romans, Queen consort of Bohemia; married Henry II of Sicily and Ottokar II of Bohemia. Margaret of Austria, Margravine of Moravia (c.1346 – 14.
Archduchess Margaret of Austria (German: Margarete; French: Marguerite; Dutch: Margaretha; Spanish: Margarita; 10 January 1480 – 1 December 1530) was Governor of the Habsburg Netherlands from 1507 to 1515 and again from 1519 to 1530. She was the first of many female regents in the Netherlands.
South Bohemia, Czech Republic. Death: October 29, 1266 (61-62) Burg Krumau am Kamp. Place of Burial: Lilienfeld, Lilienfeld District, Lower Austria, Austria. Immediate Family: Daughter of Leopold VI, duke of Austria and Theodora Angelina. Wife of Henry VII Jordan Hohenstaufen, king of the Romans.
Margaret of Austria (born January 10, 1480, Brussels [Belgium]—died December 1, 1530, Mechelen, Spanish Netherlands) Habsburg ruler who, as regent of the Netherlands (1507–15, 1519–30) for her nephew Charles (later the Holy Roman emperor Charles V), helped consolidate Habsburg dominion there.
Margaret of Austria: a life dedicated to the higher honour of the dynasty. Margaret was a daughter of Maximilian I and Mary of Burgundy. Her high birth made her an object of dynastic policy from infancy. Her father Maximilian was anxious to secure for the House of Habsburg the rich Burgundian inheritance that had passed to him after the death ...
English: Margaret of Austria (b. ca. 1204 – 29 October 1240) was a Queen Consort of the Romans (1225-35), titular Duchess of Austria (1252-60), and Queen consort of Bohemia (1253-60). (→ Margaret of Austria, Queen of Bohemia) Deutsch: Margarete von Babenberg (* 1204 / 1205; † 29.