Heinrich II (Babenberg) von Österreich
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Heinrich (Babenberg) von Österreich (1112 - 1177)

Heinrich (Heinrich II) "Jasomirgott, Herzog von Österreich" von Österreich formerly Babenberg aka Comte palatin du Rhin, duc de Bavière, margrave
Born in Vienna, Austriamap
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Died in Vienna, Austriamap
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Heinrich II (Babenberg) von Österreich has German Roots.
European Aristocracy
Heinrich II Babenberg was a member of the aristocracy in Europe.


Heinrich II was born in 1107. He was the son of Leopold III of Austria and Agnes, daughter of Holy Roman Emperor Heinrich IV and his first wife. Heinrich passed away in 1177.


  1. 511 Unique names (spelling) (Babenberg-15,)
  2. 555 Wikidata - Different birth date (Babenberg-15,)


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