Person:Beatrice of Brandenburg (1)

Beatrice of Brandenburg
b.Abt 1270
d.Bef 26 Apr 1316
  1. Matilda of BrandenburgAbt 1270 - Bef 1298
  2. Beatrice of BrandenburgAbt 1270 - Bef 1316
  3. Herman of Brandenburg-SalzwedelAbt 1275 - 1308
  • HBolko I _____Bet 1252 & 1256 - 1301
  • WBeatrice of BrandenburgAbt 1270 - Bef 1316
  1. Judith of ŚwidnicaAbt 1287 - 1320
  2. Bernard of ŚwidnicaAbt 1291 - 1326
  3. Henry I of JaworBet 1292 & 1296 - 1346
  4. Beatrix of ŚwidnicaEst 1293 - 1322
  5. Bolko II of Ziębice1300 - 1341
  6. Anna świdnicka1301 - Bet 1332 & 1334
m. 21 Sep 1308
  1. Casimir of KoźleEst 1312 - 1347
  2. Euphemia of BytomAbt 1312 - Abt 1328 & 1333
Facts and Events
Name Beatrice of Brandenburg
Gender Female
Birth[1] Abt 1270
Marriage 21 Sep 1308 to Władysław of Bytom
Death[1] Bef 26 Apr 1316
Reference Number? Q3492126?


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Beatrice of Brandenburg (; c. 1270 – before 26 April 1316), was a German princess and a member of the House of Ascania in the Brandenburg branch. By her two marriages she was Duchess of Świdnica and Koźle-Bytom-Siewierz.

She was the second daughter of Otto V the Long, Margrave of Brandenburg-Salzwedel, by his wife Judith of Henneberg, daughter of Count Herman I of Henneberg and heiress of Coburg and Schmalkalden.

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References
  1. 1.0 1.1 Beatrice of Brandenburg, in Wikipedia: The Free Encyclopedia.