Margaret of Bohemia, Duchess of Bavaria


Margaret of Bohemia, Duchess of Bavaria

Margaret of Bohemia (1313–1341) was the daughter of King John of Bohemia by his first wife Elisabeth of Bohemia (1292–1330).

Family

Margaret was an elder sister of the future Holy Roman Emperor Charles IV, who was crowned in 1349. Margaret's maternal grandparents were, Wenceslaus II of Bohemia and his first wife, Judith of Habsburg. Her paternal grandparents were, Henry VII, Holy Roman Emperor and his wife Margaret of Brabant. When Margaret was about seventeen, her mother died. Her father decided to remarry, he married Beatrice of Bourbon. They had a son, Wencesluas, who succeeded his father in Luxembourg. Her other siblings included:Bonne (wife of John II of France), John Henry, Margrave of Moravia and Anna (wife of Otto, Duke of Austria)

Marriage

She married Henry XIV, Duke of Bavaria in Straubing on 12 August 1328. Her children with Henry XIV of Bavaria were:

Margaret's husband had conflicts with his brother Otto IV (died 1334) and his cousin Henry XV, Duke of Bavaria on the partition of their lands worsened the relationship between the emperor and Henry XIV, who allied with Margaret's father, John. Some months after the reconciliation with Louis IV in February 1339 Henry died from leprosy and was succeeded by his eldest son, John I, Duke of Bavaria.

Ancestors

Preceded by
Richardis of Jülich
Duchess of Lower Bavaria
1328–1339
Succeeded by
Margaret, Countess of Tyrol (United Bavaria)

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