Elizabeth of Hungary, Duchess of Bavaria

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Elizabeth of Hungary (1236 – 24 October 1271) was a daughter of King Béla IV of Hungary and his wife Maria Laskarina. She was a member of the House of Árpad.

Marriage[edit]

Elizabeth and her sisters were all to marry well. Elizabeth married in 1250[1] to Henry XIII, Duke of Bavaria. The couple were married for twenty-one years and had ten children:

  • Agnes of Wittelsbach (January 1254 – 20 October 1315). Joined the Cistercian Monastery at Seligenthal as a nun.
  • Agnes of Wittelsbach (17 July 1255 – 10 May 1260). She shared her name with her older sister.
  • Agnes of Wittelsbach (29 October 1256 – 16 November 1260). She shared her name with her two older sisters.
  • Elizabeth of Wittelsbach (23 April 1258 – 8 August 1314). Joined the Cistercian Monastery at Seligenthal as a nun.
  • Otto III, Duke of Bavaria (11 February 1261 – 9 November 1312).
  • Henry of Wittelsbach (23 February 1262 – 16 September 1280).
  • Sophie of Wittelsbach (c. 1264 – 4 February 1282). Married Poppo VIII, Count of Henneberg.
  • Catherine of Wittelsbach (9 June 1267 – 9 January 1310). Married Friedrich Tuta, Margrave of Meissen.
  • Louis III, Duke of Bavaria (9 October 1269 – 9 October 1296).
  • Stephen I, Duke of Bavaria (14 March 1271 – 10 December 1310).

Elizabeth died in 1271, and was thus outlived by her husband and eight of her children. Elizabeth is buried at Kloster Seligenthal.

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