Joanna of Bavaria, Queen of Germany and Bohemia

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Joanna von Bayern-Straubing (Wittelsbach), Deutsche Königin

Birthdate: (30)
Birthplace: Of Straubing, Niederbayern, Bavaria
Death: December 31, 1386 (30)
Praha, Böhmen, Deutschland(HRR)
Place of Burial: Queen Consort
Immediate Family:

Daughter of Albrecht I, Duke of Bavaria and Margaret of Brzeg, Duchess of Bavaria
Wife of Wenceslaus IV, German King
Sister of Katharina von Bayern-Straubing; William VI, count of Holland; Albrecht II von Bayern, Herzog zu Bayern-Straubing; John III "the Pitiless" Duke of Bavaria-Straubing, Count of Holland, Bishop of Liege; Joanna Sophia of Bavaria, Duchess of Austria and 4 others
Half sister of Willem I van Beieren, heer van Schagen

Occupation: římská a česká královna
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About Joanna of Bavaria, Queen of Germany and Bohemia

Joanna of Bavaria

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Joanna of Bavaria was the daughter of Albert, Count of Holland, and Margaretha, the eldest daughter of Ludwik, Duke of Silesia. She was a member of the House of Wittelsbach and a granddaughter of the Emperor Louis IV.

She was born c. 1362 in Nuremberg, and on 29 September 1370 married Wenceslaus, son of the Emperor Charles IV. On Wenceslaus' election as King of the Romans on 10 June 1376, she gained the title Queen of the Romans; on his succession to his father's titles on 29 November 1378, she also became Queen of Bohemia. She died 31 December 1386 at Karlstein Castle, predeceasing her husband.

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Of Straubing, Niederbayern, Bavaria
December 31, 1386
Age 31
Praha, Böhmen, Deutschland(HRR)
Queen Consort