Agnes of Habsburg

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Agnes of Habsburg (c. 1257 – 11 October 1322) was a daughter of Emperor Rudolph I of Germany and his first wife Countess Gertrude of Hohenberg. She was a member of the House of Habsburg.

Marriage[edit]

In 1273 she was married to Elector Albert II of Saxony. They had six children:

  1. Duke Rudolf I, Duke of Saxe-Wittenberg (died 11 March 1356) he was an Elector of Saxony
  2. Otto (died after 29 August 1311)
  3. Albrecht (died 19 May 1342), Bishop of Passau in 1322-1342
  4. Wenzel (died 17 March 1327), a canon in Halberstadt
  5. Anna (died 22 November 1327), married:
    1. on 8 August 1308 to Margrave Frederick the Lame, son of Frederick I, Margrave of Meissen;
    2. on 6 July 1315 Lord Henry II, Lord of Mecklenburg
  6. Elisabeth (died 1341)

Family[edit]

She was the sixth of nine children born to Rudolph and Gertrude; like Agnes, most of her siblings lived to adulthood. Among her siblings were:

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