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Archduke Johann Nepomuk Of Austria - Ancestry
... Ancestors of Archduke Johann Nepomuk of Austria 16 ... Archduke Johann Nepomuk of Austria 24 ... Ferdinand I of the Two Sicilies 26 ...
Archduke Joseph, Palatine Of Hungary - Ancestry
... Ancestors of Archduke Joseph, Palatine of Hungary 16 ... Archduke Joseph, Palatine of Hungary 24 ... Wilhelmina Amalia of Brunswick-Calenberg Austrian archdukes 1st generation Frederick V Albert VI Sigismund 2nd generation Archduke Cristopher Maximilian I Archduke John Archduke ...
Imperial Crypt - Vaults - Tuscan Vault
... The Toscanagruft was built in 1842, along with Ferdinand’s Vault ... but most were moved to the New Vault or enclosed within the piers of Ferdinand’s Vault during the major rearrangement of 1960 ... being 21 meters long, and extends along the entire western lengths of both Ferdinand's Vault and Franz’s Vault, ending only when it meets the outside wall of the west transept ...
Archduke Ferdinand Karl Of Austria
... Ferdinand Karl of Austria (Vienna, 27 December 1868 – Munich, 12 March 1915) He was the third son of Archduke Archduke Charles Louis of Austria and Princess Maria ... Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria, who was murdered in Sarajevo on 28 June 1914, an event leading to World War I, was his elder brother ... Hereafter, Ferdinand named himself Ferdinand Burg and lived in Tyrol ...
Archduke Charles Of Austria (1607–1632) - Ancestors
... Charles's ancestors in three generations Archduke Charles of Austria Father Philip III of Spain, II of Portugal Father's father Philip II of Spain, I of Portugal Father's father's father Charles V ... II 2nd generation Charles, Prince of Asturias Ferdinand, Prince of Asturias Diego, Prince of Asturias Philip III 3rd generation Philip IV Infante Carlos Cardinal-Infante Ferdinand 4th generation ...

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