Anne of Bavaria
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|Anna of Bavaria|
|Queen consort of Germany|
|Queen consort of Bohemia|
|Queen consort of the Romans|
|Spouse||Charles IV, Holy Roman Emperor|
|Issue||Wenceslaus (died young)|
|House||Luxembourg dynasty (by marriage)
House of Wittelsbach (by birth)
|Father||Rudolf II, Duke of Bavaria|
|Mother||Anne of Tirol|
|Born||26 September 1329|
|Died||2 February 1353 (aged 23)|
Anne of Bavaria (or of the Palatinate; Czech: Anna Falcká; 26 September 1329 – 2 February 1353) was a queen consort of Bohemia. She was the daughter of Rudolf II, Duke of Bavaria and Count Palatine of the Rhine, and Anna, daughter of Otto III of Carinthia.
She was a member of the House of Wittelsbach.
In 1350, Anna gave birth to the long desired son, Wenceslaus, who died one year later, in 1351. Anna did not have more children and died herself in 1353 at the age of twenty-three.
|Ancestors of Anne of Bavaria|
Blanche of Valois
Anna von Schweidnitz
|Queen of the Romans
|Queen consort of Bohemia
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