Heinrich VI Hohenstaufen

Heinrich Hohenstaufen (1165 - 1197)

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Heinrich (Heinrich VI) "King of Germany, King of Sicily, Holy Roman Emperor" Hohenstaufen
Born in Nijmegenmap
Ancestors ancestors
Husband of — married in Santo Ambrosio, Milanmap
Descendants descendants
Died in castilo Favaramap
Profile last modified | Created 30 Apr 2011
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Preceded by
Guillaume III (1194)
King of Sicily
25 Dec 1194-97
Succeeded by



Heinrich Hohenstaufen (b. Nov 1165 Nijmegen - d. 28 Sep 1197 castilo Favara, near Messina).

bur. Palermo Cathedral


  • Heinrick VI, King of Germany
  • Holy Roman Emperor
  • 25 Dec 1194-1197: Enrico, King of Sicily


  • Father: Friederich Barbarossa
  • Mother: Beatrice de Bourgogne


m. (Milan) Constance of Sicily, dau. of Roger II, King of Sicily and Beatrice de Rethel.


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Henry VI, Holy Roman Emperor, c. 1300
Henry VI, Holy Roman Emperor, c. 1300

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