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Données personnelles Heinrich VI 'de wrede' von Hohenstaufen Emperor 

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Ancêtres (et descendants) de Heinrich VI 'de wrede' von Hohenstaufen


Famille de Heinrich VI 'de wrede' von Hohenstaufen Emperor

Il est marié avec Constance d' Apulie Sicilie.

Ils se sont mariés le 27 janvier 1186 à Milano, Lombardia, Italy, il avait 20 ans.


Enfant(s):

  1. Friedrich II Constantin Roger von Hohenstaufen  1194-1250 


Notes par Heinrich VI 'de wrede' von Hohenstaufen Emperor

Profession : Roi des Romains en 1169, Empereur Germanique en 1191. Il retint prisonnier le Roi d'Angleterre Richard Coeur de Lion. Il s'empare de Naples et de la Sicile après la mort de son beau-frère Tancrède.

Emperor of Germany

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     Roman Emperor (1191-1197) and German king (1190-1197), son and
successor of Roman Emperor Friedrich I (Frederick Barbarossa). He was crowned German King at Aachen in 1169 and King of Italy at Milan in 1186 after his marriage to Constancia, heiress presumptive to the throne of Sicily. Heinrich remained in Italy as his father's representative, ravaging central Italy and forcing it to submit to imperial domination. He became regent at his father's departure (1189) for the Third Crusade and succeeded Friedrich, who died in 1190. In 1191, Heinrich entered Italy on an expedition to secure Constancia's Sicilian inheritance from Tancred of Lecce, who had illegally assumed the crown. Stopping at Rome he was crowned Roman Emperor by Pope Celestine III. He continued southward, but failed in the initial attempt to take Sicily. He returned to Germany, where he faced a rebellion fomented by the Guelphs and the nobles of the Lower Rhine, who opposed his attempt to absorb Thuringen into the royal demesne. Heinrich secured a powerful bargaining weapon when he obtained custody (1193) of King Richard I of England, brother-in-law and ally of the Guelph leader, Heinrich the Lion. Soon after Richard had paid a ransom, sworn fealty to Heinrich, and been released (Feb., 1194), peace was made. In Sicily, the death of Tancred favored the success of Heinrich's second expedition (May, 1194). Palermo fell in November, and on Christmas Day Heinrich was crowned king of Sicily. Insatiable, Heinrich dreamed of further expansion in the Mediterranean. He began to promote (1195) a new crusade and intimidated the Byzantine emperor, Alexius III, into paying him tribute. At the Diet of Würzburg (1196) Henry proposed that the empire be made hereditary in his family, the Hohenstaufen, and in return offered unrestricted rights of inheritance to those who held fiefs from him. The proposal was defeated, though it found many supporters, and Heinrich contented himself with securing the election of his infant son (later Emperor Friedrich II) as King. Heinrch died of a fever at Messina just as he was preparing to invade the Holy Land. He was succeeded in Sicily by Friedrich II and in the rest of the empire by Philip of Schwaben.

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Henry VI of the House of Hohenstaufen, succeeded his father, Frederick I the Barbarossa as Emperor of Germany in 1190. Henry VI ruled until 1197, and was succeeded by his brother, Philip of Swabia. Frederick I the Barbarosa, had himself crowned at Holy Roman Emperor in 1186 at Milan, and at the same time crowned his son Henry as Ceasar, a deliberate revival of the old Roman title. At the same time he crowned Henry's wife, Constance as Queen of the Germans.

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Les sources

  1. Ballard-Willis Family Tree., rootsweb, Mark Willis-Ballard, Willis-Ballard, Markrootsweb
  2. Bienvenue sur les pages persos des Freenautes, AUREJAC.GED, http://arnaud.aurejac.free.fr / n/a
  3. bright.ged, Brower, Maitland Dirk

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