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List of Austrian consorts

Archduchess consort of AustriaEmpress of AustriaDuchess of Austria
1262 – 28 October 1312), was a Duchess of Austria from 1282 and Queen of Germany from 1298 until 1308, by marriage to the Habsburg king Albert I.

Meinhard, Duke of Carinthia

Meinhard IIMeinhard II of Gorizia-TyrolMeinhard II of Tyrol
Born in Munich, Bavaria, she was the eldest daughter of Count Meinhard of Gorizia-Tyrol, and Elizabeth of Bavaria, Queen of Germany, widow of the late Hohenstaufen king Conrad IV of Germany.
In 1276 Meinhard married his daughter Elisabeth off to Rudolf's eldest son Albert.

Albert I of Germany

Albert IAlbert I of HabsburgAlbert of Habsburg
1262 – 28 October 1312), was a Duchess of Austria from 1282 and Queen of Germany from 1298 until 1308, by marriage to the Habsburg king Albert I.
In 1274 Albert had married Elizabeth, daughter of Count Meinhard II of Tyrol, who was a descendant of the Babenberg margraves of Austria who predated the Habsburgs' rule.

Battle on the Marchfeld

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After Rudolf had defeated his rival King Ottokar II of Bohemia in the 1278 Battle on the Marchfeld, he invested his son Albert with the duchies of Austria and Styria at the Imperial Diet in Augsburg on 17 December 1282.
First, he married his son Albert to Elisabeth of Gorizia-Tyrol.

Henry the Friendly

Henry the GentleHenry
Henry of Austria, known as Henry the Friendly (15 May 1299-3 February 1327) was the son of King Albert I of Germany and Elisabeth of Gorizia-Tyrol.

Otto, Duke of Austria

Otto the MerryOttoOtto of Austria
Otto was born in the Austrian capital Vienna, the youngest son of King Albert I of Germany and Elizabeth of Carinthia, a member of the House of Gorizia-Tyrol (Meinhardiner).

Salzkammergut

Hallstatt-Dachstein/Salzkammergut Cultural LandscapeHallstatt–Dachstein / Salzkammergut Cultural Landscape
The construction of the Saline plant in Salzkammergut goes back to her suggestion.
Rudolph's son King Albert I of Germany defended his hegemony against the rivaling Prince-Archbishops of Salzburg in the west and in 1298 made the lands of Ischl a present to his wife Countess Elisabeth of Gorizia-Tyrol.

Frederick the Fair

Frederick I of AustriaFrederick the HandsomeFrederick I
He was born in Vienna, the second son of King Albert I of Germany by his wife Elisabeth of Gorizia-Tyrol, a scion of the Meinhardiner dynasty, and thereby a grandson of the first Habsburg king of Germany Rudolph I.

Rudolf I of Bohemia

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Rudolf was the eldest son of Duke Albert I of Austria and his wife Elizabeth of Gorizia-Tyrol, thereby the grandson of King Rudolf I of Germany.

Anne of Austria, Margravine of Brandenburg

AnnaAnna, Margravine of BrandenburgAnne of Austria
Anna of Austria (1275–1327) was a daughter of Albert I of Germany and his wife Elisabeth of Tirol.

Elisabeth of Austria, Duchess of Lorraine

ElisabethElisabeth of AustriaElisabeth of Austria (d. 1353)
Elisabeth was the tenth of twelve children to Albert I of Germany and his wife Elisabeth of Gorizia-Tyrol.. She was the sister of Rudolph I of Bohemia, Frederick the Fair, Leopold I, Duke of Austria, Albert II, Duke of Austria, Otto, Duke of Austria and Agnes, Queen of Hungary and Anna, Margravine of Brandenburg.

Albert II, Duke of Austria

Albert II of AustriaAlbert IIAlbert II the Wise
Albert II was born at Habsburg Castle in Swabia, a younger son of King Albert I of Germany and his wife Elizabeth of Carinthia, a member of the House of Gorizia (Meinhardiner).

Leopold I, Duke of Austria

Leopold ILeopoldLeopold I of Austria (Habsburg)
Born at Vienna, he was the third son of King Albert I of Germany and Elisabeth of Gorizia-Tyrol, a scion of the Meinhardiner dynasty.

Agnes of Austria (1281–1364)

Agnes of AustriaAgnesAgnes of Hungary
She was a daughter of Albert I of Germany and his wife Elisabeth of Tirol.

Catherine of Austria, Duchess of Calabria

Catherine of HabsburgCatherineCatherine, Duchess of Calabria
Catherine of Austria (1295 – 18 January 1323, Naples) was a daughter of Albert I of Germany and his wife Elisabeth of Tirol.

List of German queens

German QueenQueen consort of GermanyQueen of the Romans
1262 – 28 October 1312), was a Duchess of Austria from 1282 and Queen of Germany from 1298 until 1308, by marriage to the Habsburg king Albert I.

Königsfelden Monastery

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After Albert's assassination, Elizabeth had the Poor Clare monastery of Königsfelden erected at the site, where she died on 28 October 1312 and was also buried.
In memory of this event his widow, Elizabeth of Carinthia, founded the monastery about 1310-11 at the site, approximately 200 m from Brugg.

Elisabeth of Bavaria, Queen of Germany

Elisabeth of BavariaElisabethElisabeth of Wittelsbach
Born in Munich, Bavaria, she was the eldest daughter of Count Meinhard of Gorizia-Tyrol, and Elizabeth of Bavaria, Queen of Germany, widow of the late Hohenstaufen king Conrad IV of Germany.

House of Habsburg

HabsburgHabsburgsHabsburg dynasty
1262 – 28 October 1312), was a Duchess of Austria from 1282 and Queen of Germany from 1298 until 1308, by marriage to the Habsburg king Albert I.

Munich

Munich, GermanyMünchenMunich, West Germany
Born in Munich, Bavaria, she was the eldest daughter of Count Meinhard of Gorizia-Tyrol, and Elizabeth of Bavaria, Queen of Germany, widow of the late Hohenstaufen king Conrad IV of Germany.

Duchy of Bavaria

BavariaBavarianDukes of Bavaria
Born in Munich, Bavaria, she was the eldest daughter of Count Meinhard of Gorizia-Tyrol, and Elizabeth of Bavaria, Queen of Germany, widow of the late Hohenstaufen king Conrad IV of Germany.

Hohenstaufen

House of HohenstaufenStauferStaufen
Born in Munich, Bavaria, she was the eldest daughter of Count Meinhard of Gorizia-Tyrol, and Elizabeth of Bavaria, Queen of Germany, widow of the late Hohenstaufen king Conrad IV of Germany.

Conrad IV of Germany

Conrad IVConrad of HohenstaufenConrad
Born in Munich, Bavaria, she was the eldest daughter of Count Meinhard of Gorizia-Tyrol, and Elizabeth of Bavaria, Queen of Germany, widow of the late Hohenstaufen king Conrad IV of Germany.

Conradin

Conradin of HohenstaufenConrad III of JerusalemConradin of Swabia
Elizabeth thus was a half-sister of Conradin, King of Jerusalem and Duke of Swabia.