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Agnes - Inés von Babenberg Markgräfin von Österreich (von Waiblingen), Prinzessin von Deutschland

Nicknames: "Agnes of Germany", "Imperial Princess Agnes von Waiblingen", "Princess of the HRE Agnes of /Franconia/"
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Birthplace: Lower Austria, Austria
Death: Died in Klosterneuburg, Wien-Umgebung District, Lower Austria, Austria
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Daughter of Heinrich IV, Holy Roman Emperor and Bertha de Savoy
Wife of Frederick I, Duke of Swabia and Leopold III der Heilige, Markgraf von Österreich
Mother of Heilika von Staufen; Friedrich II 'der Einäugige' von Staufen, Herzog von Schwaben; Konrad II von Österreich, Erzbischof in Salzburg; Richilde von Hohenstaufen; Kunigunde von Hohenstauffen and 14 others
Sister of Conrad II von Sachsen, Deutscher König, Re d'Italia; Henry V King of Germany, IV Holy Roman Emperor and Adeleid

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About Agnes - Inés von Babenberg Markgräfin von Österreich (von Waiblingen), Prinzessin von Deutschland

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Agnes_of_Germany and in German: http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Agnes_von_Waiblingen

Agnes of Germany (1072 – September 24, 1143), was the daughter of Henry IV, Holy Roman Emperor and Bertha of Savoy. Her maternal grandparents were Otto, Count of Savoy, Aosta and Moriana and Adelaide, Marchioness of Turin and Susa.

Agnes married firstly, in 1089, Frederick I, Duke of Swabia. They had several children, amongst whom were Frederick II of Swabia (1090 - 1147) (the father of Frederick Barbarossa) and Conrad III of Germany (1093 - 1152).

Following Frederick's death in 1105, Agnes married Leopold III (born 1073; died 15 Nov. 1136) and later Margrave of Austria(born 1095; died 1136). Leopold was the son of Margrave Leopold II and Ida of Formbach-Ratelnberg. According to legend, a veil lost by Agnes and found by Leopold years later while hunting instigated him to found the monastery of Klosterneuburg.

Their children were:

Leopold IV Henry II Jasomirgott. Berta, m. Henry III, Burggraf of Regensburg. Agnes, m.1125 Władysław II, High Duke of Poland from 1138 to 1146. Agnes is said to have been "one of the most famous beauties of her time". Ernst. Otto of Freising, bishop and biographer of his nephew Frederick I "Barbarossa". Conrad, Bishop of Passau, and Archbishop of Salzburg. Elizabeth, m. Hermann II of Winzenburg. Judith, m. c. 1133 William V of Montferrat. Their children formed an important Crusading dynasty. Gertrude, m. King Vladislaus II of Bohemia. According to the Continuation of the Chronicles of Klosterneuburg, there may have been up to seven others (possibly from multiple births) stillborn or died in infancy.

-------------------- Agnes Daughter of Heinrich IV

Married 1. Friedrich von Büren, von Staufen, Herzog von Schwaben (1050-1105), twelve children 2. Leopold III (1075-1136), ten children

http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Agnes_von_Waiblingen http://fmg.ac/Projects/MedLands/SWABIA.htm#FriedrichIStaufenSwabiadied1105B

AGNES ([Summer 1072/early 1073]-24 Sep 1143, bur Klosterneuburg). The Gesta Friderici of Otto of Freising records the marriage of "filiam unicam" of King Heinrich IV and "Fridericus dux Suevorum", naming her Agnes in a later passage[421]. In a subsequent passage, the Gesta records the second marriage of Agnes to "Leopaldo Orientali marchioni"[422]. The Continuatio Claustroneoburgensis records the marriage of "Liupoldus marchio Austrie" and "Agnetem imperatoris Heinrici IV filiam", specifying that the couple had seven children who died in infancy and eleven who survived into adulthood, six sons and five daughters[423]. The marriage presumably took place early in the year if it is correct, as stated by Haverkamp, that it was arranged by Agnes's brother, the future Emperor Heinrich V, to obtain her future husband's support for his rebellion against their father[424]. The Auctarium Mellicense records that Agnes, wife of "Leopoldus marchio", gave birth to 18 children[425]. The Annales Magdeburgenses record the death in 1143 of "Agnes marchionissa mater Cuonradi regis"[426]. The necrology of Nonnberg records the death "VIII Kal Oct" of "Agnes marchionissa"[427]. The necrology of Kloster Neuburg records the death "VIII Kal Oct" of "Agnes marchionissa fundatrix h e"[428].

m firstly (betrothed Regensburg 24 Mar 1079) FRIEDRICH I Duke of Swabia, son of FRIEDRICH von Büren & his wife Hildegard ([1050]-1105 before 21 Jul). He built the castle of Stauf near Göppingen from which the family eventually took its name.

FRIEDRICH von Büren, son of FRIEDRICH von Büren & his wife Hildegard --- ([1050]-1105 before 21 Jul, bur Lorsch Monastery). The children of "Hildegardis" are named in her donation dated 1094 (in order) "Ottone…Argentinenis ecclesie episcopo Suevorumque duce Friderico, Lodewico, Walthario, Cunrado et filia mea Adalheida"[239]. The De Fundatione Monasterii Sancti Fides Sletstatensis names "Fredericus dux Alemannorum [qui fuit Friderici ducis Swevie], qui Romani imperatoris filiæ coniugo, et duo eius fratres Argentinensis episcopus Otto et Conradus"[240]. "Ottone Argentinensi…episcopo" and "fratres mei dux…Suetiæ Fridericus, Ledeuvicus et Galtharius" donated property in "Scelstat villa, in pago Alsatiæ et in comitatu Beirricheim" to the abbey of Conques by charter dated 23 Jul 1095, naming "matre…nostra fratreque nostro Conrado…defunctis"[241]. He was installed as FRIEDRICH I Duke of Swabia at Easter 1079 by Heinrich IV King of Germany. Jackman[242] speculates that his theory concerning a possible Konradiner origin of Friedrich's mother could have justified Friedrich claiming Swabia for which no other genealogical basis is found, although this begs the question of the extent to which ducal appointments in Germany were based on family relationship in the 11th century. He built the castle of Stauf near Göppingen from which the family eventually took its name[243]. The Gesta Friderici of Otto of Freising records his death "in senectate" and burial "in monasterio Laureacensi"[244].

m (betrothed Regensburg 24 Mar 1079, 1089) as her first husband, AGNES of Germany, daughter of Emperor HEINRICH IV King of Germany ([Summer 1072/early 1073]-24 Sep 1143, bur Klosterneuburg). The Gesta Friderici of Otto of Freising records the marriage of "filiam unicam" of King Heinrich IV and "Fridericus dux Suevorum", naming her Agnes in a later passage[245]. In a subsequent passage, the Gesta records the second marriage of Agnes to "Leopaldo Orientali marchioni"[246]. She married secondly (1106) Leopold III "der Heilige" Markgraf of Austria. The Continuatio Claustroneoburgensis records the marriage of "Liupoldus marchio Austrie" and "Agnetem imperatoris Heinrici IV filiam", specifying that the couple had seven children who died in infancy and eleven who survived into adulthood, six sons and five daughters[247]. The marriage presumably took place early in the year if it is correct, as stated by Haverkamp, that it was arranged by Agnes's brother, the future Emperor Heinrich V, to obtain her future husband's support for his rebellion against their father[248]. The Auctarium Mellicense records that Agnes, wife of "Leopoldus marchio", gave birth to 18 children[249]. The Annales Magdeburgenses record the death in 1143 of "Agnes marchionissa mater Cuonradi regis"[250]. The necrology of Nonnberg records the death "VIII Kal Oct" of "Agnes marchionissa"[251]. The necrology of Kloster Neuburg records the death "VIII Kal Oct" of "Agnes marchionissa fundatrix h e"[252].

Duke Friedrich & his wife had [twelve] children:

1. [HEILIKA von Staufen (-after 1110, bur Kloster Ensdorf). According to Europäische Stammtafeln[253], the wife of Friedrich von Pettendorf was the daughter of Friedrich I Duke of Swabia, although the primary source on which this is based has not yet been identified. The Fundatio Monasterii Ensdorfensis names "Fridericum et Heylwic" as parents of "Heylice palatine", specifying that they were buried at Ensdorf[254]. m FRIEDRICH von Pettendorf, son of [255][RUOTGER von Feldheim & his wife [Eilika] von Lengenfeld] (-3 Apr 1119, bur Kloster Ensdorf).]

2. BERTRADA [Bertha] von Staufen . The primary source which confirms her parentage and marriage has not yet been identified. m ADALBERT, Graf.

3. FRIEDRICH von Staufen (1090-Alzey 4 or 6 Apr 1147, bur Walburg Abbey). The primary source which confirms his parentage has not yet been identified. He succeeded his father as FRIEDRICH II "der Einäugige" Duke of Swabia in 1105. Regent of Germany 1116. His maternal uncle Emperor Heinrich V considered him as his successor and bequeathed him the Salian dynasty's family properties to increase his personal prestige[256], but on the Emperor's death in 1125 Friedrich was passed over as candidate for the German throne in favour of Lothar von Süpplingenburg Duke of Saxony whom the German nobility saw as less of a dynastic threat. After refusing to hand over his inherited crown lands to the new king, Duke Friedrich was outlawed[257]. Friedrich eventually submitted to Emperor Lothar in 1135 with his brother. He agreed to transfer the crown lands, but was allowed to remain as Duke of Swabia[258]. The Gesta Friderici of Otto of Freising records the death of Duke Friedrich and his burial "in monasterio sanctæ Waltpurge…in terminis Alsatiæ sito"[259]. The Necrology of Zwiefalten records the death "VIII Id Apr" of "Fridericus dux de Stouphin"[260]. m firstly ([1119/21]) JUDITH of Bavaria, daughter of HEINRICH "dem Schwarzen" Duke of Bavaria [Welf] & his wife Wulfhild of Saxony [Billung] (after 1100-22 Feb [1130/31], bur Walburg im Heiligen Forst, Alsace). The Historia Welforum names (in order) "Iuditham, Sophiam, Mahtildem, Wulfildem" as the four daughters of "Heinricus dux ex Wulfilde", specifying that Judith married "Friderico Suevorum duci"[261]. The Annalista Saxo names "Heinricum inclitum ducem Saxonie et Bawarie et Welfonem et quatuor filias" as children of Duke Heinrich and his wife Wulfhild, specifying that one of the daughters (mentioned first in the list of daughters, but not named) married "Fridericus dux Suevorum"[262]. m secondly ([1132/33]) AGNES von Saarbrücken, daughter of FRIEDRICH I von Saarbrücken Graf im Saargau & his wife Gisela --- (-after 1147). The Urspergensium Chronicon refers to the second wife of "Friedrich I pater ipsius" as "de genere comitum…Zwainbrug et de Sarbrug"[263]. The Gesta Friderici of Otto of Freising records the marriage of "Fridericus dux, mortua uxore sua Iuditha" and "Friderici comitis de Sarbruch, fratris Alberti episcopi, filiam Agnetem"[264]. Duke Friedrich II & his first wife had two children:

a) FRIEDRICH von Staufen (1122-drowned Göks or Saleph River, Asia Minor 10 Jun 1190, bur Tarsus [entrails], Antioch St Peter [flesh], Tyre Cathedral [legs]). The Historia Welforum names "Fridericum imperatorem nostrum et uxorem Mathei ducis Lotharingiæ" as the children of "Friderico Suevorum duci" and his wife Judith[265]. He succeeded in 1147 as FRIEDRICH III Duke of Swabia, resigning in 1152 in favour of his cousin. Elected FRIEDRICH I "Barbarossa" King of Germany at Frankfurt-am-Main 4 Mar 1152, crowned at Aachen 9 Mar 1152. King of Italy 1154. Crowned Emperor at Rome 18 Jun 1155.

- see below.

b) BERTHA [Judith] von Staufen (-[18 Oct 1194/25 Mar 1195], bur Abbaye de Clairlieu). The Historia Welforum names "Fridericum imperatorem nostrum et uxorem Mathei ducis Lotharingiæ" as the children of "Friderico Suevorum duci" and his wife Judith[266]. The Gesta Friderici of Otto of Freising names "Fridericum…et Iuditham" as the two children of Friedrich Duke of Swabia & his first wife, and Judith's marriage to "Matthaeo Lotharingiorum duci"[267]. The Genealogica ex Stirpe Sancti Arnulfi refers to the wife of "Matheum ducem" as "sorore Friderici imperatoris"[268]. The Chronicle of Alberic de Trois-Fontaines in 1193 names "Berta sorore imperatoris Frederici" as wife of "ducis Lotharingie Mathie qui dux Mosellanorum dicebatur"[269]. m (before 25 Mar 1139) MATHIEU I Duke of Lorraine, son of SIMON I Duke of Lorraine & his wife Adelaide de Louvain ([1119]-13 May 1176, bur Abbaye de Clairlieu).

Duke Friedrich II & his second wife had three children:

c) JUTTA [Claricia] von Staufen ([1135]-7 Jul 1191, bur Reinhardsbrunn). The Gesta Friderici of Otto of Freising names "Conradum, qui palatinus comes Rheni…et Clariciam, Ludewici Thuringiæ comitis uxorem" as the two children of Duke Friedrich & his second wife[270]. The Urspergensium Chronicon refers to (but does not name) the daughter of "Friedrich I pater ipsius" & his second wife as the wife of "lantgravius de Thuringia"[271]. The Annales Stadenses records that the mother of "quartum [Lodewicum]" and therefore the wife of "tertium [Ludowicum]" was "sororis imperatoris Friderici"[272]. The Historia Brevis Principum Thuringiæ names "imperatoris Friderici sorore Iutha" as the wife of Landgraf Ludwig II[273]. The Chronicle of Alberic de Trois-Fontaines in 1193 refers to "soror…Berthe" as wife of "lantgravie Thuringie Ludovico"[274]. m (1150) LUDWIG II "der Eiserne" Landgraf of Thuringia, son of LUDWIG I Landgraf of Thuringia & his wife Hedwig von Gudensberg ([1128]-Neuenburg am Unstrut 14 Oct 1172, bur Reinhardsbrunn).

d) KONRAD von Staufen ([1134/36]-8 Nov 1195, bur Kloster Schönau bei Heidelberg). The Gesta Friderici of Otto of Freising names "Conradum, qui palatinus comes Rheni…et Clariciam, Ludewici Thuringiæ comitis uxorem" as the two children of Duke Friedrich & his second wife[275]. The Urspergensium Chronicon names "Cuonradum" as son of "Friedrich I pater ipsius" & his second wife[276]. The document dated 17 Sep 1156 established the duchy of Austria is witnessed by "…Conradus frater imperatoris…"[277]. He was appointed KONRAD Pfalzgraf [von Lothringen] in 1156, but appears to have held jurisdiction in a territory in the Rhineland unlike his predecessors. As he appears to have had no connection with Lotharingia, it is more appropriate to consider him as Pfalzgraf bei Rhein. Vogt of Worms cathedral. Vogt of Lorsch.

- PALATINATE.

e) LIUTGARD von Staufen (-after [1155]). The primary source which confirms her parentage has not yet been identified.

4. HILDEGARDIS von Staufen . The primary source which confirms her parentage has not yet been identified.

5. KONRAD von Staufen (1093-Bamberg 15 Feb 1152, bur Bamberg Cathedral). The primary source which confirms his parentage has not yet been identified. He was elected in 1138 as KONRAD III King of Germany.

a) - other children: see GERMANY.

b) FRIEDRICH von Staufen ([1144/45]-Rome 19 Aug 1167, bur Kloster Ebrach). The Gesta Friderici of Otto of Freising names "fratrem parvulum Fridericum" when recording the death of his older brother Heinrich[278]. Graf von Rothenburg. He was installed in 1152 as FRIEDRICH IV Duke of Swabia, under the regency of his cousin Friedrich I "Barbarossa" King of Germany. Received Egerland. He died of malaria while fighting on Emperor Friedrich I's Italian expedition of 1167[279].

6. GISELA von Staufen [Giselhildis]. The primary source which confirms her parentage has not yet been identified.

7. HEINRICH von Staufen (-before 1102). The primary source which confirms his parentage has not yet been identified.

8. BEATRIX von Staufen (-after 1146). The primary source which confirms her parentage has not yet been identified. She founded Michelstein convent in 1146.

9. KUNIGUNDE [Kunizza] von Staufen . The primary source which confirms her parentage and marriage has not yet been identified. m HEINRICH, Herzog.

10. SOPHIA von Staufen . The primary source which confirms her parentage and marriage has not yet been identified. m ADALBERT, Graf.

11. [GERTRUD von Staufen (-after 1182). The primary source which confirms her parentage and marriage has not yet been identified. According to the Genealogica Wettinensis, Gertrud wife of Hermann von Stahleck was one of the six daughters of "Conradus Misnensis et Orientalius marchio [filius Thiemonis]" & his wife, specifying that she founded "ecclesiam in honore beati Theodori Bavenberg" after her husband died[280]. In 1157 she founded Kloster St Theodor in Bamberg, where she became a nun as FIDES. m ([1127]) HERMANN von Stahleck Graf von Stahleck, son of GOSWIN Graf von Stahleck & his wife Luitgard von Heimbach (-Ebrach 2 Oct 1156, bur Ebrach, transferred to Bildhausen). He was installed in 1142 as HERMANN III Pfalzgraf von Lothringen by his brother-in-law Konrad III King of Germany, resigned in 1155.]

12. RICHILDE von Staufen ([1100]-). The Chronicle of Alberic de Trois-Fontaines refers to the wife of "comes Hugo Cholez" as sister of "ut dicitur, imperatoris Conradi" but does not name her[281]. The primary source which confirms her name has not yet been identified. m (after 1117) as his second wife, HUGUES "Cholet" Comte de Roucy, son of EBLES [II] Comte de Roucy & his wife Sibylle of Apulia ([1090]-[1160], bur Reims St Thierry). --------------------- AGNES m secondly ([early] 1106) as his second wife, LEOPOLD III "der Heilige" Markgraf of Austria, son of LIUTPOLD II Markgraf of Austria & his wife Ida von Ratelberg ([1075]-killed while hunting 15 Nov 1136, bur Stift Klosterneuburg (-15 Sep 1136, bur Klosterneuburg).

----------------------------- Agnes von Waiblingen (* Ende 1072; † 24. September 1143 in Klosterneuburg) aus der Familie der Salier war Herzogin von Schwaben und Markgräfin von Österreich.

Sie war die zweite Tochter Kaiser Heinrichs IV. und der Bertha von Turin. Ihr Bruder war Kaiser Heinrich V.

Ehe mit Friedrich I. [Bearbeiten]

Als Siebenjährige wurde sie am 24. März 1079 mit Herzog Friedrich I. verlobt, womit der spätere Anspruch dieses Adelsgeschlechts auf die deutsche Königskrone begründet werden sollte.

Der 1086 erstmals vollzogenen Ehe entstammten elf Kinder:

   * Heilika († wohl nach 1110), begraben im Kloster Ensdorf ? Friedrich III. von Lengenfeld († 3. April 1119), begraben in Ensdorf
   * Bertrada (Bertha) (* um 1088/89, † nach 1120/vor 1142)
  1. ? Adalbert von Ravenstein, Graf von Elchingen und Irrenberg; Tochter aus erster Ehe war Luitgard, vermählt mit Konrad von Wettin, Markgraf von Meißen
  2. ? Graf Heinrich von Aichelberg
   * Friedrich II. der Einäugige (* 1090; † 1147) Herzog von Schwaben 1105-1147
  1. ? um 1119/1121 Judith von Bayern, Tochter des Herzogs Heinrich der Schwarze (Welfen)
  2. ? um 1132/1133 Agnes von Saarbrücken, Tochter des Grafen Friedrich I. im Saargau
   * Hildegardis
   * Konrad III. (* 1093; † 1152) Herzog von Franken 1116–1120, deutscher König 1138-1152
  1. ? um 1115 Gertrud von Comburg, Tochter der Grafen Heinrich von Rothenburg
  2. ? vor 1134 Gertrud von Sulzbach († 1146), Tochter des Grafen Berengar I.
  3. außereheliche Verbindung mit Gerberga liberrimae conditionis
   * Giselhildis (Gisela)
   * Heinrich († vor 1102)
   * Beatrix, gründete 1146 Kloster Michaelstein
   * Kunigunde (Kunizza) ? Herzog Heinrich
   * Sophia ? Graf Adalbert
   * Fides (Gertrud), 1136-1182 bezeugt, stiftete 1157 Kloster St. Theodor in Bamberg; † als Nonne daselbst, ? Hermann von Stahleck († 2. Oktober 1156 in Ebrach)

Ehe mit Leopold III. [Bearbeiten]

Nach dem Tode Friedrichs 1105 heiratete sie 1106 den später heiliggesprochenen Babenberger Leopold III. von Österreich, der sich diese Verbindung durch seine Unterstützung ihres Bruders Heinrichs V. gegen dessen Vater verdient hatte, und dem sie angeblich in nur zwölf Jahren achtzehn Kinder geboren haben soll - womöglich stammen also einige dieser Verbindung zugesprochene Kinder tatsächlich der ersten Ehe.

Dieser zweiten Ehe entstammen folgende Kinder:

   * Heinrich II. Jasomirgott (* 1107; † 1177)
   * Leopold IV. (* 1108; † 1141)
   * Bertha († ca. 1150) ? Burggraf Heinrich III. von Regensburg
   * Agnes († um 1160/63) ? Fürst Wladislaw II. Wygnaniec von Polen-Schlesien
   * Ernst († nach 1137)
   * Otto von Freising (*um 1112; † 1158)
   * Konrad II. von Babenberg, Bischof von Passau 1148-1164, Erzbischof von Salzburg 1164–1168 (* um 1115; † 1168)
   * Elisabeth († 1143) ? Hermann II. von Winzenburg
   * Gertrud († 1151) ? König Vladislav II. von Böhmen
   * Judith ? Markgraf Wilhelm von Montferrat

Den Tod mehr als der Hälfte ihrer Kinder noch vor ihrem eigenen Ende in betagtem Alter von beinahe 71 Jahren soll sie durch ihren unerschütterlichen Jenseitsglauben bewältigt haben.

Durch Agnes wurde die enge Beziehung zwischen Staufern und Babenbergern begründet. Begraben ist sie ebenso wie ihr zweiter Mann Leopold III. im Augustiner-Chorherrenstift in Klosterneuburg.

Weblinks [Bearbeiten]

   * genealogie-mittelalter.de
   * Artikel Agnes von Waiblingen im Österreich-Lexikon von aeiou
   * Eintrag über Agnes von Waiblingen im Lexikon des Niederösterreichischen Landesmuseums (Für ausführlichere Informationen Registrierung notwendig)

-------------------- Agnes of Germany (1072 – September 24, 1143), was the daughter of Henry IV, Holy Roman Emperor and Bertha of Savoy. Her maternal grandparents were Otto, Count of Savoy, Aosta and Moriana and Adelaide, Marchioness of Turin and Susa.

Agnes married firstly, in 1089, Frederick I, Duke of Swabia. They had several children, amongst whom were Frederick II of Swabia (1090 - 1147) (the father of Frederick Barbarossa) and Conrad III of Germany (1093 - 1152).

Following Frederick's death in 1105, Agnes married Leopold III (born 1073; died 15 Nov. 1136) the Margrave of Austria(1095 till 1136). Leopold was the son of Margrave Leopold II and Ida of Formbach-Ratelnberg. According to legend, a veil lost by Agnes and found by Leopold years later while hunting instigated him to found the monastery of Klosterneuburg.

Their children were:

Leopold IV Henry II Jasomirgott. Berta, m. Henry III, Burggraf of Regensburg. Agnes, m.1125 Władysław II, High Duke of Poland from 1138 to 1146. Agnes is said to have been "one of the most famous beauties of her time". Ernst. Otto of Freising, bishop and biographer of his nephew Frederick I "Barbarossa". Conrad, Bishop of Passau, and Archbishop of Salzburg. Elizabeth, m. Hermann II of Winzenburg. Judith, m. c. 1133 William V of Montferrat. Their children formed an important Crusading dynasty. Gertrude, m. King Vladislaus II of Bohemia.

According to the Continuation of the Chronicles of Klosterneuburg, there may have been up to seven others (possibly from multiple births) stillborn or died in infancy.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Agnes_of_Germany

-------------------- Agnes Salian (1) F, #114055 Last Edited=4 Jun 2008

    Agnes Salian is the daughter of Heinrich IV, Holy Roman Emperor. (2) She married, firstly, Friedrich I Hohenstaufen, Duke of Swabia before 1090. (1) She married, secondly, Leopold III 'the Saint' Markgraf von Österreich, son of Leopold II Markgraf von Österreich and Ida of Cham, in 1106. (2)

Children of Agnes Salian and Friedrich I Hohenstaufen, Duke of Swabia -1. Luitgarde von Swabia+ d. 19 Jun 1146 -2. Friedrich II Herzog von Swabia+ b. c 1090, d. 6 Apr 1147 (1) -3. Conrad III Hohenstaufen, King of the Romans+ b. 1093, d. 1152 (1) Children of Agnes Salian and Leopold III 'the Saint' Markgraf von Österreich -1. Adalbert Babenberg b. 1107, d. 1137 (2) -2. Leopold IV Herzog von Bayern b. 1108, d. 1141 (2) -3. Otto Babenberg b. 1109, d. 1158 (2) -4. Agnes Babenberg+ b. 1111, d. 1157 (2) -5. Heinrich II Jasomirgott Herzog von Österreich+ b. 1114, d. 1177 (2) -6. Conrad Babenberg b. 1120, d. 1168 (2) -7. Gertrud Babenberg+ b. 1129, d. 1150 (2)

Forrás: http://www.thepeerage.com/p11406.htm#i114055

-------------------- http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Agnes_of_Germany -------------------- Leopold III, Margrave of Austria From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Saint Leopold III (1073 – November 15, 1136) .... He married twice.

--His first wife may have been one of the von Perg family, who died in 1105.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Leopold_III,_Margrave_of_Austria -------------------- Agnes of Germany (1072 – September 24, 1143), was the daughter of Henry IV, Holy Roman Emperor and Bertha of Savoy. Her maternal grandparents were Otto, Count of Savoy, Aosta and Moriana and Adelaide, Marchioness of Turin and Susa.

Agnes married firstly, in 1089, Frederick I, Duke of Swabia. They had several children, amongst whom were Frederick II of Swabia (1090 - 1147) (the father of Frederick Barbarossa) and Conrad III of Germany (1093 - 1152).

Following Frederick's death in 1105, Agnes married Leopold III (born 1073; died 15 Nov. 1136) the Margrave of Austria(1095 till 1136). Leopold was the son of Margrave Leopold II and Ida of Formbach-Ratelnberg. According to legend, a veil lost by Agnes and found by Leopold years later while hunting instigated him to found the monastery of Klosterneuburg.

Their children were:

Leopold IV Henry II Jasomirgott. Berta, m. Henry III, Burggraf of Regensburg. Agnes, m.1125 Władysław II, High Duke of Poland from 1138 to 1146. Agnes is said to have been "one of the most famous beauties of her time". Ernst. Otto of Freising, bishop and biographer of his nephew Frederick I "Barbarossa". Conrad, Bishop of Passau, and Archbishop of Salzburg. Elizabeth, m. Hermann II of Winzenburg. Judith, m. c. 1133 William V of Montferrat. Their children formed an important Crusading dynasty. Gertrude, m. King Vladislaus II of Bohemia. -------------------- http://geneall.net/D/per_page.php?id=10252

http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Agnes_von_Waiblingen

Agnes von Waiblingen (* Ende 1072; † 24. September 1143 in Klosterneuburg) aus der Familie der Salier war Herzogin von Schwaben und Markgräfin von Österreich.

Sie war die zweite Tochter Kaiser Heinrichs IV. und der Bertha von Turin. Ihr Bruder war Kaiser Heinrich V.

Ehe mit Friedrich I. [Bearbeiten]

Als Siebenjährige wurde sie am 24. März 1079 mit Herzog Friedrich I. verlobt, womit der spätere Anspruch dieses Adelsgeschlechts auf die deutsche Königskrone begründet werden sollte.

Der 1086 erstmals vollzogenen Ehe entstammten elf Kinder:

   * Heilika († wohl nach 1110), begraben im Kloster Ensdorf ? Friedrich III. von Lengenfeld († 3. April 1119), begraben in Ensdorf
   * Bertrada (Bertha) (* um 1088/89, † nach 1120/vor 1142)
  1. ? Adalbert von Ravenstein, Graf von Elchingen und Irrenberg; Tochter aus erster Ehe war Luitgard, vermählt mit Konrad von Wettin, Markgraf von Meißen
  2. ? Graf Heinrich von Aichelberg
   * Friedrich II. der Einäugige (* 1090; † 1147) Herzog von Schwaben 1105-1147
  1. ? um 1119/1121 Judith von Bayern, Tochter des Herzogs Heinrich der Schwarze (Welfen)
  2. ? um 1132/1133 Agnes von Saarbrücken, Tochter des Grafen Friedrich I. im Saargau
   * Hildegardis
   * Konrad III. (* 1093; † 1152) Herzog von Franken 1116–1120, deutscher König 1138-1152
  1. ? um 1115 Gertrud von Comburg, Tochter der Grafen Heinrich von Rothenburg
  2. ? vor 1134 Gertrud von Sulzbach († 1146), Tochter des Grafen Berengar I.
  3. außereheliche Verbindung mit Gerberga liberrimae conditionis
   * Giselhildis (Gisela)
   * Heinrich († vor 1102)
   * Beatrix, gründete 1146 Kloster Michaelstein
   * Kunigunde (Kunizza) ? Herzog Heinrich
   * Sophia ? Graf Adalbert
   * Fides (Gertrud), 1136-1182 bezeugt, stiftete 1157 Kloster St. Theodor in Bamberg; † als Nonne daselbst, ? Hermann von Stahleck († 2. Oktober 1156 in Ebrach)

Ehe mit Leopold III. [Bearbeiten]

Nach dem Tode Friedrichs 1105 heiratete sie 1106 den später heiliggesprochenen Babenberger Leopold III. von Österreich, der sich diese Verbindung durch seine Unterstützung ihres Bruders Heinrichs V. gegen dessen Vater verdient hatte, und dem sie angeblich in nur zwölf Jahren achtzehn Kinder geboren haben soll - womöglich stammen also einige dieser Verbindung zugesprochene Kinder tatsächlich der ersten Ehe.

Dieser zweiten Ehe entstammen folgende Kinder:

   * Heinrich II. Jasomirgott (* 1107; † 1177)
   * Leopold IV. (* 1108; † 1141)
   * Bertha († ca. 1150) ? Burggraf Heinrich III. von Regensburg
   * Agnes († um 1160/63) ? Fürst Wladislaw II. Wygnaniec von Polen-Schlesien
   * Ernst († nach 1137)
   * Otto von Freising (*um 1112; † 1158)
   * Konrad II. von Babenberg, Bischof von Passau 1148-1164, Erzbischof von Salzburg 1164–1168 (* um 1115; † 1168)
   * Elisabeth († 1143) ? Hermann II. von Winzenburg
   * Gertrud († 1151) ? König Vladislav II. von Böhmen
   * Judith ? Markgraf Wilhelm von Montferrat

Den Tod mehr als der Hälfte ihrer Kinder noch vor ihrem eigenen Ende in betagtem Alter von beinahe 71 Jahren soll sie durch ihren unerschütterlichen Jenseitsglauben bewältigt haben.

Durch Agnes wurde die enge Beziehung zwischen Staufern und Babenbergern begründet. Begraben ist sie ebenso wie ihr zweiter Mann Leopold III. im Augustiner-Chorherrenstift in Klosterneuburg.

Weblinks [Bearbeiten]

   * genealogie-mittelalter.de
   * Artikel Agnes von Waiblingen im Österreich-Lexikon von aeiou
   * Eintrag über Agnes von Waiblingen im Lexikon des Niederösterreichischen Landesmuseums (Für ausführlichere Informationen Registrierung notwendig)

-------------------- Agnes of Germany From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Agnes of Germany (1072 – September 24, 1143), was the daughter of Henry IV, Holy Roman Emperor and Bertha of Savoy. Her maternal grandparents were Otto, Count of Savoy, Aosta and Moriana and Adelaide, Marchioness of Turin and Susa. Agnes married firstly, in 1089, Frederick I, Duke of Swabia. They had several children, amongst whom were Frederick II of Swabia (1090 - 1147) (the father of Frederick Barbarossa) and Conrad III of Germany (1093 - 1152). Following Frederick's death in 1105, Agnes married Leopold III (born 1073; died 15 Nov. 1136) and later Margrave of Austria(born 1095; died 1136). Leopold was the son of Margrave Leopold II and Ida of Formbach-Ratelnberg. According to legend, a veil lost by Agnes and found by Leopold years later while hunting instigated him to found the monastery of Klosterneuburg. Their children were: Leopold IV Henry II Jasomirgott. Berta, m. Henry III, Burggraf of Regensburg. Agnes, m.1125 Władysław II, High Duke of Poland from 1138 to 1146. Agnes is said to have been "one of the most famous beauties of her time". Ernst. Otto of Freising, bishop and biographer of his nephew Frederick I "Barbarossa". Conrad, Bishop of Passau, and Archbishop of Salzburg. Elizabeth, m. Hermann II of Winzenburg. Judith, m. c. 1133 William V of Montferrat. Their children formed an important Crusading dynasty. Gertrude, m. King Vladislaus II of Bohemia. According to the Continuation of the Chronicles of Klosterneuburg, there may have been up to seven others (possibly from multiple births) stillborn or died in infancy. [edit]Sources and Further Reading

Karl Lechner, Die Babenberger, 1992. Brigitte Vacha & Walter Pohl, Die Welt der Babenberger: Schleier, Kreuz und Schwert, Graz, 1995. Ancestral Roots of Certain American Colonists Who Came to America Before 1700 by Frederick Lewis Weis, Line 45-24

-------------------- Agnes var stammor til alle senere staufiske keisere og konger og til alle hertuger i Østerrike av huset Babenberg. Hun var første gang gift i 1089 med hertug Fredrik I av Schwaben (ca. 1050 - 1105).

Tekst: Tore Nygaard

Kilder: Erich Brandenburg: Die Nachkommen Karls des Grossen, Leipzig 1935. Allgemeine deutsche Biographie. Mogens Bugge: Våre forfedre, nr. 196. Bent og Vidar Billing Hansen: Rosensverdslektens forfedre, side 23, 91. -------------------- Agnes of Germany (1072 – September 24, 1143), was the daughter of Henry IV, Holy Roman Emperor and Bertha of Savoy. Her maternal grandparents were Otto, Count of Savoy, Aosta and Moriana and Adelaide, Marchioness of Turin and Susa.

Agnes married firstly, in 1089, Frederick I, Duke of Swabia. They had several children, amongst whom were Frederick II of Swabia (1090 - 1147) (the father of Frederick Barbarossa) and Conrad III of Germany (1093 - 1152).

Following Frederick's death in 1105, Agnes married Leopold III (born 1073; died 15 Nov. 1136) the Margrave of Austria(1095 till 1136). Leopold was the son of Margrave Leopold II and Ida of Formbach-Ratelnberg. According to legend, a veil lost by Agnes and found by Leopold years later while hunting instigated him to found the monastery of Klosterneuburg.

Their children were:

Leopold IV Henry II Jasomirgott. Berta, m. Henry III, Burggraf of Regensburg. Agnes, m.1125 Władysław II, High Duke of Poland from 1138 to 1146. Agnes is said to have been "one of the most famous beauties of her time". Ernst. Otto of Freising, bishop and biographer of his nephew Frederick I "Barbarossa". Conrad, Bishop of Passau, and Archbishop of Salzburg. Elizabeth, m. Hermann II of Winzenburg. Judith, m. c. 1133 William V of Montferrat. Their children formed an important Crusading dynasty. Gertrude, m. King Vladislaus II of Bohemia. -------------------- Agnes of Germany married firstly, in 1089, Frederick I, Duke of Swabia. They had 11 children, including our ancestor Frederick II of Swabia. Following Frederick's death in 1105, Agnes married Leopold III, the Margrave of Austria (1095 till 1136). According to legend, a veil lost by Agnes and found by Leopold years later while hunting instigated him to found the monastery of Klosterneuburg. They had 11 children, including our ancestor Agnes. Each of those ancestor children was independently our ancestor.

See http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Agnes_of_Germany for more information.

-------------------- CASA DE FRANCONIA, o DINASTÍA SALIA

1) Significado: La Casa de Franconia surge de Conrado de Speyergau, llamado "el Rojo", que fue duque de Lorena, y casó con Liutgarda, hija de Enrique I, "el Pajarero", emperador de Alemania de la dinastía sajona (ver Dinastía de Sajonia).

2) Casa solar: Los Condados de Spira y Worms, en Franconia (en alemán Franken), región histórica de Alemania, cuya mayor parte pertenece a Baviera. Fue uno de los primeros ducados del Sacro Imperio romano germánico.

3) Armas: Desconocidas. El escudo de la izquierda es el de los duques de Carintia: Escudo partido: 1°) En campo de oro, tres leopardos de sable; 2°) La bandera de Austria: rojo blanco y rojo (Parti : 1, d'or, à trois léopards de sable; 2, d'Autriche).

4) Antepasados:

I. Werner de Speyergau nació hacia el año 890. Murió el 917. Tuvo por hijo a

II. Conrado II "el Rojo" de Speyergau nació hacia el año de 915. Fue duque de Lorena. Casó, en 947, con Liutgarda de Sajonia (ver Casa de Sajonia). Murió heróicamente, al mando de las huestes de Franconia, en la batalla de Lechfeld (3-XI-955) contra los magiares. Tuvieron por hijo a

III. Otón de Carintia nació el año 949. Casó, en 969, con Judith Wettin de Baviera (hija de Enrique de Baviera e Hildegarda, y nieta de Bertoldo de Baviera y Wiltruda de Suabia: ver datos de su hermana Berta de Suabia). Murió el 14-II-1006/07. Tuvieron por hijo a

IV. Enrique I, duque de Speyergau nació hacia el año 970. Casó, en 988, con Adelaida de Metz (c.970, ver nota 1). Murió en 995. Tuvo por hijo a

V. Conrado II, emperador de Alemania nació el año de 990. Es el primer emperador alemán de la dinastía Salia. Fue un guerrero enérgico, de familia secularmente arraigada en los condados renanos de Worms y Spira. Fue coronado emperador el 8-IX-1024. Gobierna de 1024 a 1039. Muere e 14-IX-1039. Casó, en 1016, con Gisela de Borgoña (hija de Hermann I, duque de Suabia y Gerberga de Borgoña). Tuvo por hijo a

VI. Enrique III, emperador de Alemania nació el 7-II-1017/18. Tenía 22 años cuando comenzó a gobernar. Casó con Inés de Poitou (ver Duques de Aquitania). Murió el15-I-1056/57. Tuvieron por único hijo a

VII. Enrique IV, emperador de Alemania nació el 11-XI-1050. Murió el 7-VII-1106 en Lieja, Bélgica. Es el tercer exponente de la dinastía Salia. Fue emperador del Sacro Imperio Romano Germánico del año 1056 al 1106. Casó con Berta de Saboya (hija de Odón de Saboya y Adelaida de Turín: ver Casa de Saboya) y, en segundas nupcias, con Adelaida de Kiev. Del primer matrimonio tuvo tres hijos: Inés (1074, que sigue), Conrado (rey de Alemania en 1087 y rey de Italia en 1093) y Enrique V (emperador del S.I.R.G del 1106 al 1025). Enrique IV fue protagonista de la gran lucha que sostuvo el imperio contra el papado, representado este por Gregorio VII. Es la lucha de las investiduras que concluirá con el Concordato de Worms (1122).

VIII. INÉS DE FRANCONIA nació el año 1074. Murió el 21-I-1143/44. Casó, en 1084, con Federico I "el Bueno" de Hohenstaufen, duque de Suabia, en Regensburg, Alemania (ver Dinastía Suabia-Hohenstaufen). Federico murió el año de 1105. Tuvieron por hijos a Federico (c.1090-1147) y Conrado III (emperador de Alemania de 1138 a 1152). Nuestra familia procede de Federico, duque de Suabia-Hohenstaufen, que casó con Judith de Baviera el año 1121, y fueron por padres de Federico I "Barbarroja".

NOTAS:

[1] Adelaida de Metz nació hacia el año 970. Murió el 29-VIII-1040. Su padre fue Gerado de Metz. Desconocemos el nombre de su madre, que no fue Eva de Luxemburgo, pues Eva casó con Gerardo de Metz, un hermano mayor de Adelaida. Abuelo paterno: Matfrido II de Metz (hijo de Adalberto de Metz y Liutgarda de Tréveris, hermana de Federico I de Alta-Lorena, casada con Beatriz Capeto).

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1043
November 21, 1043
Ingelheim, Rheinhessen, Hesse-Darmstadt
1072
1072
Lower Austria, Austria
1075
1075
Age 3
Austria
1089
January 1, 1089
Age 17
of,Klosterneuburg,Niederoesterreich,Austria
1090
1090
Age 18
Hohenstaufen, Swaben, Bavaria
1093
1093
Age 21
Bamberg, Bayern, Deutschland(HRR)
1098
1098
Age 26
Hohenstauffen, , Swabia, Germany
1102
1102
Age 30
Germany
1106
1106
Age 34
Klosterneuburg,Niederoesterreic,,Austria
1107
February 3, 1107
Age 35
Klosterneuburg, Niederösterreich, Austria