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  1. Catalina de Henneberg (en alemán: Katharina von Henneberg; h. 1334, Schleusingen - 15 de julio de 1397, Meissen) fue una condesa de Henneberg por nacimiento y desde 1347 por matrimonio margravina de Meissen, landgravine de Turingia. Era la esposa del margrave Federico el Severo de Meissen.

    • Judit de Brandeburgo-Salzwedel
    • 15 de julio de 1397, Meissen
    • Conde Enrique IV de Henneberg-Schleusingen
    • h. 1334, Schleusingen
  2. Caterina di Henneberg (Schleusingen, 1334 – Meißen, 15 luglio 1397), era una contessa di Henneberg per nascita e dal 1347 per matrimonio Margravina di Meissen. Indice 1 Biografia

  3. Catherine of Henneberg ( German: Katharina von Henneberg; c. 1334, in Schleusingen – 15 July 1397, in Meissen) was a Countess of Henneberg by birth and from 1347 by marriage Margravine of Meissen, Landgravine of Thuringia, etc. She was the wife of Margrave Frederick the Severe of Meissen.

    • Count Henry IV of Henneberg-Schleusingen
    • circa 1334, Schleusingen
    • Origins
    • County of Henneberg
    • Disestablishment
    • Counts of Henneberg
    • Notable Members of The Henneberg Family
    • Castles
    • Coats of Arms Incorporating Henneberg
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    The distant origins of this family are speculative yet seem to originate in the Middle Rhine Valley, east of modern-day France. Charibert, a nobleman in Neustria is the earliest recorded ancestor of the family, dating before 636. Five generations pass between Charibert and the next descendant of note, Robert III of Worms. Both the Capetian dynasty ...

    In the 11th century, the dynasty's estates around the ancestral seat Henneberg Castle near Meiningen belonged to the German stem duchy of Franconia. They were located southwest of the Rennsteig ridge in the Thuringian Forest, then forming the border with the possessions held by the Landgraves of Thuringia in the north. In 1096 one Count Godebold II...

    Whereas the male line of the House of Babenberg became extinct in 1246, the Counts of Henneberg lived on until 1583. In 1554 William IV of Henneberg-Schleusingen had signed a treaty of inheritance with Duke John Frederick II of Saxony. However, when the last Count George Ernest of Henneberg died, both the Ernestine and the Albertine branch of the W...

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    (Note: Here the numbering of the counts is the same for all counties, as all (or at least the majority of them) were titled Counts of Henneberg, despite of the different parts of land and its particular numbering of the rulers. The princes are numbered by the year of their succession.)

    Bertold von Henneberg-Römhild (1442 – December 21, 1504), Prince-elector and archbishop of Mainz, son of George, count of Henneberg-Römhild.
    Count Otto von Henneberg, known commonly as Otto von Botenlauben from 1206, probably born in 1177 in Henneberg, died in Reiterswiesen near Bad Kissingen before 1245, was a German minnesinger, crusa...
    Schwennicke, Detlev. Europäische Stammtafeln: Stammtafeln zur Geschichte der Europäischen Staaten, Neue Folge. [European Family Trees: Family Trees for the History of European States, New Series.]...
    Historische Landkarte: Grafschaft Henneberg 1755 mit den Ämtern Schleusingen, Suhl, Kühndorf mit Bennshausen, Reprint 2003, Verlag Rockstuhl, ISBN 3-936030-15-4
    Johannes Mötsch: Regesten des Archivs der Grafen von Henneberg-Römhild. Volumes 1 und 2. Böhlau, Köln etc. 2006, ISBN 978-3-412-35905-8
    Media related to House of Hennebergat Wikimedia Commons
    (in German) Direct male descent of Babenberger from Robertiner (Capet) family, in the German Wikipedia
    (in German) Early Babenberger genealogy, in the German Wikipedia
    • County of Henneberg
    • Princely Counts of Henneberg
  4. Catherine of Henneberg (German: Katharina von Henneberg; c. 1334, in Schleusingen – 15 July 1397, in Meissen) was a Countess of Henneberg by birth and from 1347 by marriage Margravine of Meissen, Landgravine of Thuringia, etc. She was the wife of Margrave Frederick the Severe of Meissen.

  5. Casato di Henneberg. Il Casato di Henneberg era una famiglia nobile che dall' XI secolo possedeva diversi territori compresi nel Ducato di Franconia . La famiglia godeva del titolo di Conte ( Grafen ), elevato in seguito al rango di Conte principesco ( Gefürstete Grafschaft ).

  6. Catalina de Henneberg ( en alemán: Katharina von Henneberg; h. 1334, Schleusingen - 15 de julio de 1397, Meissen) fue una condesa de Henneberg por nacimiento y desde 1347 por matrimonio margravina de Meissen, landgravine de Turingia. Era la esposa del margrave Federico el Severo de Meissen.