Bavarian Branch (junior Branch), Issue of Louis of Bavaria, Extinct By 1777
|Figure||Name of armiger and blazon|
|Dukes of Bavaria from 1180 to 1623.
Fusilly in bend azure and argent
|Louis IV (1286 † 1347), king of the Romans in 1314, emperor of the Holy Roman Empire in 1328.|
|Dukes of Bavaria and Electors of Brandenburg : Louis V († 1361), Louis VI († 1365) and Otto V († 1379).|
|Duke of Bavaria-Straubing, Counts of Hainaut and Holland from 1254 to 1433.|
|Electors of Bavaria from 1623 to 1777.
In 1620, the Elector Palatine Frederick V, a Protestant, was defeated after trying to take the kingdom of Bohemia. He was placed under the ban of the Empire and his lands, titles and electoral dignity were confiscated and given to his Roman Catholic cousin, the Duke of Bavaria, who takes:
Quarterly 1 and 4 fusilly in bend, azure and argent, 2 and 3 sable, a lion or, armed, langued and crowned gules, overall gules, an orb crucifer or.
|Charles VII (1697 † 1745), Holy Roman Emperor from 1742 to 1745.
Or, an eagle sable, membered, beaked and langued gules; inescutcheon quarterly 1 and 4 fusilly in bend, azure and argent, 2 and 3 sable, a lion or, armed, langued and crowned gules, sur le tout gules, an orb crucifer or.
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