Maria von Hohenstauffen

F, #6654, (1201 - 1235)
Last Edited=15 Jun 2022
     Maria von Hohenstauffen was born in 1201.1 She was the daughter of Philip II von Hohenstauffen , Emperor of Germany and Irene Angelica , Queen of Sicily. Maria von Hohenstauffen was also known as Marie of Swabia, or Mary of Hohensauffen.2

Maria von Hohenstauffen married Henry II the Magnanimous , Duke of Brabant and Lorraine, son of Henry I the Courageous , Duke of Brabant and Matilda of Bloulogne, on 9 February 1207.3,1,2,4,5,6

Maria von Hohenstauffen died in 1235 at Leuven, Brabant, France, now Belgium.1,2,5

Complier's Notes:
Death: von Redlich (1941) gives her death date as 1240.6

Children of Maria von Hohenstauffen and Henry II the Magnanimous , Duke of Brabant and Lorraine


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