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In the Footsteps of the Habsburgs: The Habsburgs and the dead - The oldest Habsburg possessions in the Aargau region counts along the Reuss in the old border area between the duchy of Swabia and the Kingdom of Upper Burgundy. Around built in the early 11th century Habsburg arises partly on clearing land, partly in goods Altsiedelraum a complex comprising the villages Birr, Hausen, Windisch, Mülligen and Lupfig and the Habsburg itself and is referred to in the sources as the dead.

In the Footsteps of the Habsburgs: The Habsburgs and the dead - The oldest Habsburg possessions in the Aargau region counts along the Reuss in the old border area between the duchy of Swabia and the Kingdom of Upper Burgundy. Around built in the early 11th century Habsburg arises partly on clearing land, partly in goods Altsiedelraum a complex comprising the villages Birr, Hausen, Windisch, Mülligen and Lupfig and the Habsburg itself and is referred to in the sources as the dead.

Maria Theresia von Österreich und Franz Stephan von Lothringen im Kreise ihrer Kinder

Maria Theresia von Österreich und Franz Stephan von Lothringen im Kreise ihrer Kinder

Holy Roman Emperor Charles VI with his wife Empress Elisabeth Christine and their three daughters, Archduchesses (L-R) Maria Amalia, Maria Theresia and Maria Anna by Martin van Meytens.

Holy Roman Emperor Charles VI with his wife Empress Elisabeth Christine and their three daughters, Archduchesses (L-R) Maria Amalia, Maria Theresia and Maria Anna by Martin van Meytens.

‘Madame Royale and Louis XVII in the Temple Prison.’ Children of Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette, imprisoned in the Temple. Bourbon Restoration era.

‘Madame Royale and Louis XVII in the Temple Prison.’ Children of Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette, imprisoned in the Temple. Bourbon Restoration era.

Marie's mother Empress Maria in her widow's clothing after the death of her husband.

Marie's mother Empress Maria in her widow's clothing after the death of her husband.

Portrait of the Royal Family of France, circa 1782.  Marie Antoinette holds the dauphin, Louis Joseph, as her husband, Louis XVI gazes into her eyes.  The royal couple are surrounded by the king's brothers - Provence and d'Artois and their wives.  Kneeling is Madame Royale. ~LMB

Portrait of the Royal Family of France, circa 1782. Marie Antoinette holds the dauphin, Louis Joseph, as her husband, Louis XVI gazes into her eyes. The royal couple are surrounded by the king's brothers - Provence and d'Artois and their wives. Kneeling is Madame Royale. ~LMB

Empress Maria Theresa, Workshop of Martin van Meytens the Younger (Swedish, 1695–1770)

Empress Maria Theresa, Workshop of Martin van Meytens the Younger (Swedish, 1695–1770)

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