Margaret of Austria

Margaret of Austria may refer to:

  • Margaret of Austria, Queen of Bohemia (c.1204–1266), titularly reigning Duchess of Austria & Styria, Queen consort of the Romans, Queen consort of Bohemia; married Henry II of Sicily and Ottokar II of Bohemia
  • Margarete of Austria (1395-1447), wife of Henry XVI, Duke of Bavaria
  • Margaret of Austria-Styria (1416–1486), Habsburg princess, daughter of duke Ernest of Austria, married elector Frederick II of Saxony
  • Margaret of Austria, Duchess of Savoy (1480-1530), Habsburg princess, daughter of Maximilian I, Holy Roman Emperor and Mary of Burgundy, married John, Prince of Asturias and Philibert II, Duke of Savoy
  • Margaret of Parma (1522–1586), Governor of the Netherlands, daughter of Emperor Charles V, married Alessandro de' Medici & Ottavio Farnese
  • Margaret of Austria, Queen of Spain (1584-1611), Queen of Spain, Portugal, Naples and Sicily, grandchild of emperor Ferdinand I, Holy Roman Emperor, married Philip III of Spain
  • Archduchess Margarethe Klementine of Austria (1870-1955), Princess of Thurn and Taxis, married Albert, 8th Prince of Thurn and Taxis

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