Khuen von Belasi
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Khuen von Belasi (originally Khuen, Khuon, Khun is the name of an Austrian noble family of the county of Tyrol. The family starts late 13th century with Egon or Egino de Tramino ("dem Kühnen", meaning "the keen"). On 13 June 1542, Blasius Khuen became "Regimentsrat" of lower Austria and also geheimer Rat to the Emperor of Austria. From 1560 to 1568, he became upper Austrian chamberlain.
In 1573, Rudolf Khuen was titled Belasy von Gandeck, also Liechtenberg and Aur, Freiherr zu Neu-Lembach. Rudolf Khuen bought the county Gandegg in 1557.
Notable members of in 1622 the died out Barons of Khuen von Belasi
- Rudolf Khuen von Belasi (†1581 Vienna, since 1959 Prosector of Ferdinand I of Austria, later Geheimrat of Maximilian II. of Austria and Rudolf II.. Titled to a Freiherr May, 8th of 1573
- His son Johann Eusebius Freiherr Khuen von Belasi (†6. November 1622)
- Johann Jakob Khuen von Belasi, *about 1515; †15. Mai 1586) Archbishop of Salzburg
Notable members of the Counts of Khuen von Belasi
- Jakob Freiherr Khuen von Belasi zu Lichtenberg and Gandeck (†21. September 1639) nobled to Reichsgraf in 1640
- Johann Franz Reichsgraf Khuen von Belasi (12. August 1649; †3. April 1702 Brixen), Prince-Bishop of Brixen