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Bavaria-Munich

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Bavaria-Munich
Bayern-München (German)
1392–1505
Banner of Bavaria-Munich[1]
Bavaria-Munich (green) with Bavaria-Landshut (orange), Bavaria-Ingolstadt (brown) and Bavaria-Straubing (grey).
Bavaria-Munich (green) with Bavaria-Landshut (orange), Bavaria-Ingolstadt (brown) and Bavaria-Straubing (grey).
StatusDuchy
CapitalMunich
48°8′N 11°34′E / 48.133°N 11.567°E / 48.133; 11.567
GovernmentMonarchy
Duke of Bavaria-Munich 
• 1392–1397
Johann II, Stephen III, and Friedrich
• 1397–1438
Ernest and William III (until 1435)
• 1438–1460
Albert III
• 1460–1463
John IV and Sigismund
• 1463–1465
Sigismund
• 1465–1508
Sigismund (until 1467) and Albert IV
Historical eraMiddle Ages
• Bavaria-Munich and Bavaria-Ingolstadt split off from Bavaria-Landshut
1392
• Bavaria-Munich, Bavaria-Ingolstadt, and Bavaria-Landshut divide Bavaria-Straubing
1425
• Bavaria-Dachau separates from Bavaria-Munich
3 September 1467
• Bavaria-Dachau returns to Bavaria-Munich
1 February 1501
• Reunification of the Duchy of Bavaria
30 July 1505
Preceded by
Succeeded by
Upper Bavaria
Bavaria-Landshut
Duchy of Bavaria

Bavaria-Munich (German: Bayern-München) was a duchy that was a constituent state of the Holy Roman Empire from 1392 to 1505.

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Transcription

History

After the death of Stephen II in 1375, his sons Stephen III, Frederick, and John II jointly ruled Bavaria-Landshut. After seventeen years, the brothers decided to formally divide their inheritance. John received Bavaria-Munich, Stephen received Bavaria-Ingolstadt, while Frederick kept what remained of Bavaria-Landshut. In 1429 portions of Bavaria-Straubing including the city of Straubing were united with Bavaria-Munich. The duchy existed for a little more than a hundred years before Bavaria was reunited under Albert IV, Duke of Bavaria.

The Old Court in Munich

References

  1. ^ Duchy of Bavaria pre-1507 accessed on December 29, 2013. http://www.crwflags.com/fotw/flags/de-by_el.html#blh
  • "Duchy of Bavaria pre-1507". www.crwflags.com. Retrieved 2018-12-14.
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