Leopold V, Archduke of Austria - Issue

Issue

With his wife Claudia de' Medici, he became the founder of a sideline of the Habsburg family, which persisted until 1665 - the most recent line of Archdukes of Further Austria.

His children were:

  • Maria-Eleonora 1627–1629
  • Ferdinand Charles (1628–1662); married Anna de' Medici
  • Isabella-Clara 1629–1685 married Charles III, Duke of Mantua
  • Maria Leopoldine (1632–1649) - married to Emperor Ferdinand III
  • Sigismund Francis
Leopold V, Archduke of Austria House of Habsburg Born: 9 October 1586 Died: 13 September 1632
Regnal titles
Preceded by
Maximilian III
Governor, later Archduke of Further Austria Succeeded by
Ferdinand Charles
Catholic Church titles
Preceded by
Charles of Lorraine
Bishop of Strasbourg
1607–1626
Succeeded by
Leopold William of Austria
Austrian archdukes
1st generation
  • Frederick V
  • Albert VI
  • Sigismund
2nd generation
  • Archduke Cristopher
  • Maximilian I
  • Archduke John
  • Archduke Wolfgang
3rd generation
  • Philip I of Castile
  • Archduke Francis
4th generation
  • Charles I
  • Ferdinand I
5th generation
  • Philip II of Spain*
  • Maximilian II
  • Ferdinand II
  • Archduke Ferdinand*
  • Archduke John*
  • Archduke John
  • Archduke Ferdinand*
  • Charles II
6th generation
  • Charles, Prince of Asturias*
  • Archduke Ferdinand
  • Rudolf V
  • Archduke Ernest
  • Matthias
  • Maximilian III
  • Albert VII
  • Archduke Wenzel
  • Archduke Frederick
  • Archduke Charles
  • Ferdinand, Prince of Asturias*
  • Archduke Ferdinand
  • Archduke Carlos Lorenzo*
  • Diego, Prince of Asturias*
  • Philip III of Spain*
  • Ferdinand III
  • Archduke Charles
  • Archduke Maximilian Ernest
  • Leopold V
  • Archduke Charles
7th generation
  • Archduke Charles
  • Philip IV of Spain*
  • Archduke Philipp
  • Archduke John-Charles
  • Archduke Albert
  • Archduke Charles*
  • Ferdinand IV
  • Archduke Ferdinand*
  • Archduke Alfonso Mauricio
  • Leopold Wilhelm
  • Ferdinand Charles
  • Sigismund Francis
8th generation
  • Balthasar Charles, Prince of Asturias*
  • Ferdinand IV of Hungary
  • Archduke Francisco Fernando*
  • Archduke Philip August
  • Archduke Maximilian Thomas
  • Leopold VI
  • Archduke Charles Joseph
  • Archduke Ferdinand Joseph Alois
  • Philip Prospero, Prince of Asturias*
  • Archduke Ferdinand Thomas*
  • Charles II of Spain*
9th generation
  • Archduke Ferdinand Wenzel
  • Archduke John Leopold
  • Joseph I
  • Archduke Leopold Joseph
  • Charles III
10th generation
  • Archduke Leopold Joseph
  • Archduke Leopold John
11th generation
  • Joseph II**
  • Archduke Charles Louis**
  • Leopold VII**
  • Archduke Ferdinand**
  • Maximilian Franz, Archbishop-Elector of Cologne**
12th generation
  • Emperor Francis I**
  • Ferdinand III, Grand Duke of Tuscany**
  • Charles, Duke of Teschen**
  • Alexander Leopold, Palatine of Hungary**
  • Joseph, Palatine of Hungary**
  • Archduke Anton Victor**
  • Archduke John**
  • Archduke Rainier Joseph**
  • Archduke Louis**
  • Cardinal-Archduke Rudolf**
  • Archduke Josef Franz***
  • Francis IV, Duke of Modena***
  • Archduke Ferdinand Karl Joseph***
  • Archduke Maximilian***
  • Karl, Primate of Hungary***
13th generation
  • Emperor Ferdinand I
  • Francis Leopold, Grand Prince of Tuscany**
  • Leopold II, Grand Duke of Tuscany**
  • Archduke Joseph Franz
  • Archduke Franz Karl
  • Archduke Johann Nepomuk
  • Albert, Duke of Teschen
  • Stephen, Palatine of Hungary
  • Archduke Karl Ferdinand
  • Francis V, Duke of Modena***
  • Archduke Frederick Ferdinand
  • Archduke Ferdinand Karl Viktor***
  • Archduke Rudolf
  • Archduke Leopold Ludwig
  • Archduke Ernest Karl
  • Archduke Alexander
  • Archduke Sigismund Leopold
  • Archduke Rainer Ferdinand
  • Archduke Wilhelm Franz
  • Archduke Heinrich Anton
  • Archduke Maximilian Karl
  • Archduke Joseph Karl
14th generation
  • Emperor Franz Joseph I
  • Maximilian I of Mexico
  • Archduke Charles Louis
  • Archduke Ludwig Viktor
  • Ferdinand IV, Grand Duke of Tuscany**
  • Archduke Karl Salvator**
  • Archduke Rainier**
  • Archduke Ludwig Salvator**
  • Archduke John Salvator**
  • Archduke Karl
  • Archduke Franz Joseph
  • Friedrich, Duke of Teschen
  • Archduke Charles Stephen
  • Archduke Eugen
  • Archduke Joseph August
  • Archduke Ladislaus
15th generation
  • Crown Prince Rudolf
  • Archduke Franz Ferdinand***
  • Archduke Otto Francis
  • Archduke Ferdinand Karl
  • Archduke Leopold Ferdinand**
  • Archduke Joseph Ferdinand**
  • Archduke Peter Ferdinand**
  • Archduke Heinrich Ferdinand**
  • Archduke Robert Ferdinand**
  • Archduke Leopold Salvator**
  • Archduke Franz Salvator**
  • Archduke Albrecht Salvator**
  • Archduke Rainier Salvator**
  • Archduke Ferdinand Salvator**
  • Albrecht Franz, Duke of Teschen
  • Archduke Karl Albrecht
  • Archduke Leo Karl
  • Archduke Wilhelm
  • Archduke Joseph Francis
  • Archduke Ladislaus Joseph
  • Archduke Matthias
16th generation
  • Emperor Charles I
  • Archduke Maximilian Eugen
  • Archduke Gottfried**
  • Archduke Georg**
  • Archduke Rainier**
  • Archduke Leopold Maria**
  • Archduke Anton**
  • Archduke Franz Joseph**
  • Archduke Karl Pius**
  • Archduke Franz Karl**
  • Archduke Hubert Salvator**
  • Archduke Theodor Salvator**
  • Archduke Clemens Salvator**
  • Archduke Joseph Arpád
  • Archduke Itsván
  • Archduke Géza
  • Archduke Michael Koloman
17th generation
  • Crown Prince Otto
  • Archduke Robert***
  • Archduke Felix
  • Archduke Carl Ludwig
  • Archduke Rudolf
  • Archduke Ferdinand Karl
  • Archduke Heinrich Maria
  • Archduke Leopold Franz**
  • Archduke Guntram**
  • Archduke Radbot**
  • Archduke Johann**
  • Archduke Georg**
  • Archduke Stephan**
  • Archduke Dominic**
  • Archduke Friederich Salvator**
  • Archduke Andreas Salvator**
  • Archduke Markus**
  • Archduke Johann**
  • Archduke Michael**
  • Archduke Franz Salvator**
  • Archduke Karl Salvator**
  • Archduke Joseph Karl
  • Archduke Andreas Agustinus
  • Archduke Nicholas Franz
  • Archduke Johann Jacob
  • Archduke Edward Karl
  • Archduke Paul Rudolf
18th generation
  • Archduke Karl
  • Archduke Georg
  • Archduke Lorenz***
  • Archduke Gerhard***
  • Archduke Martin***
  • Archduke Karl Philipp
  • Archduke Raimund Joseph
  • Archduke Itsván
  • Archduke Rudolf
  • Archduke Carl Christian
  • Archduke Karl Peter
  • Archduke Simeon
  • Archduke Johannes
  • Archduke Maximilian Heinrich
  • Archduke Philipp Joachim
  • Archduke Ferdinand Karl
  • Archduke Konrad
  • Archduke Sigismund**
  • Archduke Georg**
  • Archduke Guntram**
  • Archduke Leopold**
  • Archduke Alexander Salvator**
  • Archduke Thaddäus Salvator**
  • Archduke Casimir Salvator**
  • Archduke Matthias**
  • Archduke Johannes**
  • Archduke Bernhard**
  • Archduke Benedikt
  • Archduke Joseph Albrecht
  • Archduke Paul Leo
  • Archduke Friedrich Cyprian
  • Archduke Benedikt Alexander
  • Archduke Nicolás
  • Archduke Santiago
  • Archduke Paul Benedikt
19th generation
  • Archduke Ferdinand Zvonimir
  • Archduke Karl Konstantin
  • Archduke Amedeo***
  • Archduke Joachim***
  • Archduke Bartholomaeus***
  • Archduke Emmanuel***
  • Archduke Luigi***
  • Archduke Felix Carl
  • Archduke Andreas Franz
  • Archduke Paul Johannes
  • Archduke Carl Christian
  • Archduke Johannes
  • Archduke Thomas
  • Archduke Franz Ludwig
  • Archduke Michael
  • Archduke Joseph
  • Archduke Imre
  • Archduke Imre
  • Archduke Christoph
  • Archduke Alexander
  • Archduke Lorenz Carl
  • Archduke Wilhelm
  • Archduke Johannes
  • Archduke Ludwig
  • Archduke Philipp
  • Archduke Nicholas
  • Archduke Constantin
  • Archduke Jacob Maximilian
  • Archduke Leopold Amedeo**
  • Archduke Maximilian**
  • Archduke Leopold**
  • Archduke Constantin Salvator**
  • Archduke Paul Salvator**
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Name Leopold V, Archduke of Austria
Alternative names
Short description
Date of birth October 9, 1586
Place of birth
Date of death September 13, 1632
Place of death

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