Albert II

Albert II may refer to:

  • Albert II, Margrave of Meissen (1240–1314), Margrave of Meissen
  • Albert II of Austria (1298–1358), Duke of Austria
  • Albert II, Prince of Anhalt-Zerbst (d. 1362)
  • Albert II, Duke of Mecklenburg (1318–1379), Duke of Mecklenburg
  • Albert II, Duke of Bavaria-Straubing (1368–1397), Duke of Bavaria-Straubing
  • Albert II of Germany (1397–1439), King of Germany, Hungary, Croatia and Bohemia, Duke of Austria
  • Albert II of Belgium (born 1934), sixth King of the Belgians
  • Albert II, Prince of Monaco (born 1958), ruler of the principality of Monaco
  • Albert II, Prince of Thurn and Taxis (born 1983), Prince of Thurn und Taxis, German prince
  • Albert II, second monkey in space, died on impact following V2 flight June 14, 1949.

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Saxe-Wittenberg - History - Duchy of Wittenberg
... The last document, mentioning the joint government of Albert II with his nephews as Saxon fellow dukes dates back to 1295 ... into Saxe-Lauenburg (German Herzogtum Sachsen-Lauenburg), jointly ruled by the brothers Albert III, Eric I and John II and Saxe-Wittenberg (German Herzogtum ... Duke Albert II received the Wittenberg lands around the eponymous city, Brehna and Gommern ...
Saxe-Wittenberg - History - Anhalt, Wittenberg and Lauenburg
... around Ballenstedt where he established the County of Anhalt, while his younger brother Albert I inherited the title of a Duke of Saxony and retained three ... After Albert I's death in 1260 his two heirs, John I and his younger brother Albert II ruled jointly ... Lauenburg and Wittenberg), thus preparing a partition, whereby Albert II, Burgrave of Magdeburg since 1269, concentrated on the Wittenberg territory ...
Euro Gold And Silver Commemorative Coins (Monaco) - 2011 Coinage
... Prince Albert II (silver) Designer N/A Mint Monnaie de Paris Value €10 Alloy Ag 900 (silver) Quantity 4,000 Quality Proof Issued 2011 Diameter 37 mm (1.46 in) Weight 25 g (0.88 oz 0.80 ozt) Issue value €110 ... His Serene Hignness Prince Albert II and his fiancé Miss Charlene Wittstock of South Africa were married in a civil ceremony in Monte Carlo on the 1st July ...