Anna Marie of Brunswick-Lüneburg
Anna Marie of Brunswick-Lüneburg (also: Anna Maria of Brunswick-Göttingen-Calenberg; German: Anna Maria von Braunschweig-Calenberg-Göttingen; born: 23 April 1532 in Hann. Münden; died: 20 March 1568 in Gurievsk (German: Neuhausen) near Königsberg) was a Duchess of Brunswick-Lüneberg by birth and by marriage Duchess of Prussia.
|Anna Marie of Brunswick-Lüneburg|
|Born||23 April 1532|
|Died||20 March 1568 (aged 35)|
|Noble family||House of Guelph|
|Spouse(s)||Albert, Duke of Prussia|
|Father||Eric I, Duke of Brunswick-Lüneburg|
|Mother||Elizabeth of Brandenburg|
Anna Maria was the daughter of Duke Eric I of Brunswick-Calenberg (1470–1540) and Elizabeth of Brandenburg (1510–1558). She married in 1550 Margrave Albert I of Brandenburg-Ansbach (1490–1568), who had been created the first Duke of Prussia in 1525; she was his second wife. Albert died of the plague on 20 March 1568 at Tapiau Castle. Anna Maria herself died 16 hours later from the plague also.
- Elisabeth (20 May 1551 – 19 February 1596).
- Albert Frederick (29 April 1553 – 18 August 1618), who succeeded as Duke of Prussia.
- The town was originally called Hannoversch Münden, but in 1991, the name was officially changed into Hann. Münden
Anna Marie of Brunswick-LüneburgBorn: 23 April 1532 Died: 20 March 1568
Title last held byDorothea of Denmark
| Duchess consort of Prussia
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