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Franciscus Iosephus I

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Nativitas: 18 Augusti 1830; Palatium Belli Fontis
Obitus: 21 Novembris 1916; Vindobona
Patria: Austria, Imperium Austro-Hungaricum

Officium

Officium: Emperor of Austria, King of Hungary

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Familia

Genitores: Archduke Franz Karl of Austria; Princess Sophie of Bavaria
Coniunx: Elisabetha Austro-Hungarica
Proles: Archduchess Sophie of Austria, Archduchess Gisela of Austria, Rudolphus, Archduchess Marie Valerie of Austria
Familia: Habsburg-Lorraine

Memoria

Laurae: Pour le Mérite, Knight of the Order of the Golden Fleece, Knight Grand Cross of the Military Order of Maria Theresa, Order of the Black Eagle, Order of St. Andrew, Order of St. George, 4th class, Royal Victorian Chain, Knight Grand Cross of the Military Order of William
Sepultura: Imperial Crypt
Franciscus Iosephus I (Franciscus Xaverius Winterhalter anno 1865 pinxit)

Franciscus Iosephus I (natus in Palatio Belli Fontis Vindobonae die 18 Augusti 1830; obiit die 21 Novembris 1916) fuit a die 2 Decembris 1848, cum avunculus eius Ferdinandus I ab imperio se abdicavisset, usque ad mortem imperator Austriae et rex Hungariae et Bohemiae. Uxor fuit Elisabetha Austro-Hungarica. Sepultus est Vindobonae in Caesarea Crypta ad Capuccinos.

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