Bride shell of Margarete Maultasch | | around 1340, 17 Century (lip border with scripture)

Bride shell of Margarete Maultasch | | around 1340, 17 Century (lip border with scripture)

Margarete Maultasch

Margarete Maultasch

Margarethe Tirol.jpgMargaret, nicknamed Margarete Maultasch (1318 – 3 October 1369), was the last Countess of Tyrol from the House of Gorizia (Meinhardiner). Upon her death, Tyrol became united with the Austrian hereditary lands of the Habsburg dynasty.

Margarethe Tirol.jpgMargaret, nicknamed Margarete Maultasch (1318 – 3 October 1369), was the last Countess of Tyrol from the House of Gorizia (Meinhardiner). Upon her death, Tyrol became united with the Austrian hereditary lands of the Habsburg dynasty.

Margarete Maultasch ("satchel-mouth"), countess and ruler of Tyrol (1318-1369) shown during the ballgame in the garden. Mural in the knights' hall of Runkel- stein castle.

Margarete Maultasch ("satchel-mouth"), countess and ruler of Tyrol (1318-1369) shown during the ballgame in the garden. Mural in the knights' hall of Runkel- stein castle.

Rudolf IV. Herzog von Österreich, Herzog von Kärnten, Herzog der Steiermark, Graf von Tirol (1. November 1339 - 27. Juli 1365) – war der bedeutendste Vertreter des Hauses Habsburg im 14. Jahrhundert. Als geschickter Territorialpolitiker umwarb er Margarete Maultasch und erreichte 1363 kurz nach dem Tod Herzog Meinhards III. die Übertragung Tirols an Österreich.

Rudolf IV. Herzog von Österreich, Herzog von Kärnten, Herzog der Steiermark, Graf von Tirol (1. November 1339 - 27. Juli 1365) – war der bedeutendste Vertreter des Hauses Habsburg im 14. Jahrhundert. Als geschickter Territorialpolitiker umwarb er Margarete Maultasch und erreichte 1363 kurz nach dem Tod Herzog Meinhards III. die Übertragung Tirols an Österreich.

The ladies dance a roundelay,a medieval dance, typical of life at court,in one of the murals of the knights' hall in Runkelstein castle,South Tyrol, Italy.Right,in dark dress,Margarete Maultasch ("satchel-mouth"), countess and ruler of Tyrol (1318-1369).

The ladies dance a roundelay,a medieval dance, typical of life at court,in one of the murals of the knights' hall in Runkelstein castle,South Tyrol, Italy.Right,in dark dress,Margarete Maultasch ("satchel-mouth"), countess and ruler of Tyrol (1318-1369).

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Title Brautschale der Margarete Maultasch Properties Size: H. 10,5 cm, D. 10,3 cm Time Creation Date: um 1340, 17. Jahrhundert (Lippenrand mit Schrift)

Title Brautschale der Margarete Maultasch Properties Size: H. cm, D. cm Time Creation Date: um Jahrhundert (Lippenrand mit Schrift)

Riders and Margarete Maultasch ("satchel-mouth"), countess of Tyrol (1318-1369), follow a boy blowing the hunting horn. Next to tournaments, hunting was the favourite sport of knights and ladies alike.

Riders and Margarete Maultasch ("satchel-mouth"), countess of Tyrol (1318-1369), follow a boy blowing the hunting horn. Next to tournaments, hunting was the favourite sport of knights and ladies alike.

Hotel Margarete Maultasch Nauders The Margarete Maultasch is a rustically furnished, Tyrolean-style hotel in the centre of Nauders, featuring a spa area with an indoor pool. All rooms have a balcony overlooking the mountains.

Hotel Margarete Maultasch Nauders The Margarete Maultasch is a rustically furnished, Tyrolean-style hotel in the centre of Nauders, featuring a spa area with an indoor pool. All rooms have a balcony overlooking the mountains.

Margarete Maultasch ("Satchel-mouth"),Countess of Tyrol (1318-1369),in a mural in a window embrasure of the "bath-chamber" in Runkelstein castle,South-Tyrol,Italy. The countess,ruler of Tyrol,is shown three times in the Runkelstein murals in scenes of courtlife and hunting. Runkelstein castle, Bolzano(Bozen), Italy

Margarete Maultasch ("Satchel-mouth"),Countess of Tyrol (1318-1369),in a mural in a window embrasure of the "bath-chamber" in Runkelstein castle,South-Tyrol,Italy. The countess,ruler of Tyrol,is shown three times in the Runkelstein murals in scenes of courtlife and hunting. Runkelstein castle, Bolzano(Bozen), Italy

Hunters and dogs have cornered a boar.From a mural showing a medieval hunt in the woods around Runkelstein castle,in the presence of Margarete Maultasch ("satchel mouth"),countess and ruler of Tyrol.Hunting was a favourite sport for knights and ladies alike.

Hunters and dogs have cornered a boar.From a mural showing a medieval hunt in the woods around Runkelstein castle,in the presence of Margarete Maultasch ("satchel mouth"),countess and ruler of Tyrol.Hunting was a favourite sport for knights and ladies alike.

Knights and ladies in intimate conversation cover the walls of the armoury, therefore also called "the hall of the lovers". 14th century murals in Runkelstein castle show medieval courtlife, sports and other pastimes of the knights. The lady is probably Margarete Maultasch because the hat is her style.

Knights and ladies in intimate conversation cover the walls of the armoury, therefore also called "the hall of the lovers". 14th century murals in Runkelstein castle show medieval courtlife, sports and other pastimes of the knights. The lady is probably Margarete Maultasch because the hat is her style.

Model for Hat Margarete Maultasch ("Satchel-mouth"),Countess of Tyrol (1318-1369),in a mural in a window embrasure of the "bath-chamber" in Runkelstein castle,South-Tyrol,Italy. The countess,ruler of Tyrol,is shown three times in the Runkelstein murals in scenes of courtlife and hunting.

Model for Hat Margarete Maultasch ("Satchel-mouth"),Countess of Tyrol (1318-1369),in a mural in a window embrasure of the "bath-chamber" in Runkelstein castle,South-Tyrol,Italy. The countess,ruler of Tyrol,is shown three times in the Runkelstein murals in scenes of courtlife and hunting.

Margarete von Tirol-Görz (1318 - Oktober 1369) – sie konnte die Nachfolge nicht gleich nachdem ihr Vater starb antreten. Wittelsbacher (Bayern) und Habsburger wollten Tirol aufteilen, es kam zu militärischen Auseinandersetzungen. Erst nach dem Frieden von Enns, 1936 konnte sie ihre Erbschaft antreten.

Margarete von Tirol-Görz (1318 - Oktober 1369) – sie konnte die Nachfolge nicht gleich nachdem ihr Vater starb antreten. Wittelsbacher (Bayern) und Habsburger wollten Tirol aufteilen, es kam zu militärischen Auseinandersetzungen. Erst nach dem Frieden von Enns, 1936 konnte sie ihre Erbschaft antreten.

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