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Beatrix, Empress, consort of Otto IV, Holy Roman Emperor, 1198-1212


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    • Beatrix, von Schwaben, 1198-1212
    • Beatrice, the Elder, of Swabia, 1198-1212
    • Beatrix, the Elder, of Swabia, 1198-1212
    • Beatrix, Princess, daughter of Philipp, King of Germany, 1198-1212
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      • found: Müller-Gögler, M. Beatrix von Schwaben, c1980:t.p. (Beatrix von Schwaben) p. 22, etc. (Otto; Otto's mother, Mathilde, wanted him to become Emperor; year 1208; Beatrix died as a young 14 year old and was buried in Braunschweig)
      • found: Wikipedia, May 10, 2012(Maria Müller-Gögler; author of Beatrix von Schwaben, 1942; a novel about the early ages when the Guelph Emperor Otto IV married the king's daughter, Beatrix of Swabia)
      • found: Dictionary of German biography, 2001-(Beatrice the Elder of Swabia; born 1198; died 1212; daughter of King Philip of Swabia; married Otto IV in Nordhausen, 1212; died 3 weeks later)
      • found: Neue deutsche Biographie website, May 10, 2012(Beatrix (die Ältere) von Schwaben; born after Feb. 1198, before 1203; died Aug. 11, 1212; wife of Emperor Otto IV; father: Philipp von Schwaben, German king; mother: Irene von Byzanz; Beatrix was engaged to Otto IV, Roman emperor and German king, in 1208; their marriage occurred July 22, 1212 in Nordhausen; Beatrix died three weeks later)
      • found: Brockhaus Enzyk, c1986- :Personen Register (Beatrix von Schwaben, Kaiserin, 1198-1212)
      • found: Britannica online, May 10, 2012(Otto IV (Holy Roman emperor) born ca.1175/82-died May 19, 1218; Otto, son of Henry the Lion of Brunswick and Matilda, the daughter of Henry II of England, was betrothed to Philip of Swabia's 10-year-old daughter Beatrix the Elder in 1208; he married Beatrix the Elder in 1212, but she died within 3 weeks of their marriage)
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      • 2012-05-10: new
      • 2012-05-11: revised
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