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Jutte (Brandenburg) von Brandenburg (aft. 1275 - 1328)

Jutte (Jutta) von Brandenburg formerly Brandenburg aka Askanier
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Ancestors ancestors
Wife of — married 1298 in Wittenberg, Sachsen, Germanymap
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Died [location unknown]
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European Aristocracy
Jutta Brandenburg was a member of the aristocracy in Europe.

Biography

Jutta (or Jutte) von Brandenburg, was the daughter of Otto V, Markgraf von Brandenburg (of the Askanier dynasty) and his wife Jutta (Judith) von Henneberg;[1] her birth date is estimated to be sometime between 1275 and 1286.[2]

She was married to Rudolf I, Herzog von Sachsen in Wittenberg and Brehna, at some time between 2 Dec 1298, the time of her marriage contract,[3] and 21 May 1303, the date a papal dispensation was issued for her marriage.

They had 8 children:

  1. Anna, mentioned 1309;
  2. Albrecht, died before his father on 4 July 1329, buried Franciscan Monastery, Wittenberg;
  3. Otto, died before his father 30 March 1350, buried Franciscan Monastery, Wittenberg;
  4. Johann, died young;
  5. Beatrix, married before 25 January 1337 (dispensation issued at Avignon 22 June 1344 as they were related in 4th degree), Albrecht II, Fürst zu Anhalt in Köthen; she died after 26 February 1345;
  6. Agnes, married (dispensation issued at Avignon, 8 May 1328 because they were related in 4th degree), Bernhard III, Fürst zu Anhalt in Bernburg; she died 4 January 1338;
  7. Elisabeth, married (dispensation issued at Avignon 22 June 1344 because they were related in 4th degree), Waldemar I, Graf von Anhalt in Zerbst; she died after 30 May 1351;
  8. Rudolf II, succeeded his father as Herzog von Sachsen, created Kurfürst von Sachsen;

Jutta died on 9 May 1328 and was buried at the Franciscan Monastery at Wittenberg. Her husband married twice more, before he died 12 March 1356.

Source

  1. Bruchstücke einer Brandenburgischen Chronik in Pulcawa's Böhmischer Chronic., Codex diplomaticus Brandenburgensis: Sammlung der Urkunden, Chroniken und sonstigen Quellenschriften für die Geschichte der Mark Brandenburg und ihrer Regenten. Haupttheil 4, Urkunden-Sammlung für die Orts- und spezielle Landesgeschichte ; Bd. 1. 4,1, Adolph Friedrich Johann Riedel, F.H. Morin, 1862 - Brandenburg. p. 15
  2. Charles Cawley, Medieval Lands, MARKGRAFEN von BRANDENBURG 1140-1320 (BALLENSTEDT)
  3. Schöttgen, Christian ; Kreysig, Georg Christoph ; Francke, Heinrich Gottlieb, Diplomataria Et Scriptores Historiae Germanicae Medii Aevi : Cum Sigillis Aeri Incisis, Richter, Altenburg, 1760, XVII, p. 398, scan 434
  • Schwennicke, Detlev, Europäische Stammtafeln, Neue Folge, Band I.2, Frankfurt am Main: Vittorio Klostermann, 1999. Tafel 184 & 196.


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