Anne of Austria, Margravine of Brandenburg

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Anna of Austria (1275, Vienna, Austria –1327, Legnica) was a daughter of Albert I of Germany and his wife Elisabeth of Tirol. She was a member of the House of Habsburg.

Anna of Austria
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Image of Anna from the 15th century
Margravine of Brandenburg
Vienna, Austria
SpouseHerman, Margrave of Brandenburg-Salzwedel
Henry VI the Good
IssueJudith, Count of Henneberg
John V, Margrave of Brandenburg-Salzwedel
Matilde, Duchess of Greater Poland
Agnes, Margravine of Brandenburg
Elisabeth, Duchess of Oleśnica
HouseHouse of Habsburg
FatherAlbert I of Germany
MotherElisabeth of Tirol

First marriageEdit

Anna first married in 1295 in Graz. Her husband was Herman, Margrave of Brandenburg-Salzwedel. They had four children:

In 1308, Herman died, and their son John succeeded him.

Second marriageEdit

In 1310 Anna married Henry VI the Good, Duke of Wrocław,[1] son of Henry V the Fat and his wife Elisabeth of Greater Poland.[citation needed] They had three daughters:

  • Elisabeth of Brieg (ca. 1311 – 20 February? 1328), married before 10 January 1322 to Duke Konrad I of Oleśnica.
  • Euphemia of Brieg (Ofka) (ca. 1312 – 21 March after 1384), married before 29 November 1325 to Duke Bolesław the Elder of Niemodlin (Falkenberg).
  • Margaret of Brieg (ca. 1313 – 8 March 1379), Abbess of St. Clara in Wrocław (1359).

Anna died in 1327 in Legnica. She left her husband a widower, and she had failed to produce a son. When her husband died ten years later, Wrocław was merged with the Bohemian crown.


  1. ^ Marek, Miroslav. "Complete Genealogy of the House of Piast: Silesia". Genealogy.EU.[self-published source][better source needed]