Person:Archduke Maximilian Franz of Austria (1)

Erzherzog Maximilian Franz von Österreich
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Name Erzherzog Maximilian Franz von Österreich
Alt Name Maxmillian Franz Xaver Joseph Johann Anton de Paula Wenzel von Österreich
Gender Male
Birth[1][2][3] 8 Dec 1756 Vienna, Wien, Austria
Death[1][2] 26 Jul 1801 Hetzendorf, Wien, Austria
Alt Death[3] 26 Aug 1801
Reference Number? Q93362?

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Archduke Maximilian Francis of Austria (8 December 1756 in Vienna – 26 July 1801 in Vienna) was Archbishop and Elector Spiritual of Cologne (and as such Chancellor of the Holy Roman Empire for Italy), Grand Master of the Teutonic Knights and the last child of the Habsburg ruler of Austria Maria Theresa and her husband, Francis I, Holy Roman Emperor. Not only his father, the ex-Duke of Lorraine, but also two of his brothers and one of his nephews were Holy Roman Emperors: Joseph II, Leopold II and, until his abdication in 1806 (see below), Francis II; and two of his sisters were Queen Consorts: Marie Antoinette of France and Maria Carolina of the Two Sicilies. He was the last fully functioning Elector of Cologne and was the employer and patron of the young Ludwig van Beethoven.

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  3. 3.0 3.1 Wurzbach, Constantin. Biographisches Lexikon des Kaiserthums Oesterreich: enthaltend die Lebenskizzen der denkwürdigen Personen, welche 1750 bis 1850 im Kaiserstaate und in Kronländer gelebt haben. (Wien: K.K. Hof- und Staatsdruckerei, 1856-1891), 7:109 f..