Elisabeth of Austria (1526–1545)

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Elisabeth of Austria (July 9, 1526 - June 15, 1545), was a member of the House of Habsburg, Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania and the consort of King Sigismund II Augustus.

Biography

Elisabeth was the eldest daughter of Ferdinand I, Holy Roman Emperor and Anna of Bohemia and Hungary. On May 5, 1543 she was married to King Sigismund II Augustus of Poland and Lithuania, who was her paternal first cousin. She died young however, without producing an heir and was interred in the Cathedral of Vilnius. Sigismund married twice more, first to Barbara Radziwill (by whom he had no children), and to Elisabeth's sister, Catharine of Austria (his 3rd wife), but never had any (legitimate) children.

Ancestors


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1= Elisabeth of Austria
2= Ferdinand I, Holy Roman Emperor
3= Anna of Bohemia and Hungary
4= Philip I of Castile
5= Joanna of Castile
6= Vladislaus II of Bohemia and Hungary
7= Anna of Foix-Candale
8= Maximilian I
9= Mary of Burgundy
10=Ferdinand II of Aragon
11=Isabella of Castile
12=Casimir IV Jagiellon
13=Elisabeth of Austria
14=Gaston de Foix
15=Catherine of Navarre

Gallery

Trivia

Her quarrel with Queen Bona Sforza over the Parmesan cheese is commonly known in Poland.

References

* (Polish Wikipedia)

ee also

* House of Habsburg
* Vilnius Cathedral

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