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Turning to a more active life, Albert accompanied Emperor Maximilian I to Italy in 1508, and after his return spent some time in the Kingdom of Hungary.
As war over the Order's existence appeared inevitable, Albert made strenuous efforts to secure allies and carried on protracted negotiations with Emperor Maximilian I.
* 1573 – Maximilian I, Elector of Bavaria ( d. 1651 )
From 1512, Maximilian I became Dürer's major patron.
From 1513 he was at the service of Maximilian I in Innsbruck, where he received several commissions from the imperial court.
However his style here is a development of that of a number of miniatures of battle-scenes he had done much earlier for Maximilian I in his illuminated manuscript Triumphal Procession in 1512-14.
In 1796 the Duke of Zweibrücken, Maximilian Joseph, the future Bavarian king Max I. Joseph, was exiled to Ansbach after Zweibrücken had been taken by the French.
Some notable collectors were Pope Boniface VIII, Emperor Maximilian of the Holy Roman Empire, Louis XIV of France, Ferdinand I, Henry IV of France and Elector Joachim II of Brandenburg, who started the Berlin Coin Cabinet ( German: Münzkabinett Berlin ).
* 1508 – The League of Cambrai is formed by Pope Julius II, Louis XII of France, Maximilian I, Holy Roman Emperor and Ferdinand II of Aragon as an alliance against Venice.
His insistence on recognition as such by the emperor of the Holy Roman Empire since 1489 resulted in the granting of this recognition in 1514 by Emperor Maximilian I to Vasili III.
He based his claim partially upon a letter discovered in 1717 written in 1514 from Maximilian I to Vasili III, in which the Holy Roman Emperor used the term in referring to Vasili.
During his reign, he also set about creating the Second Mexican Empire ( headed by his choice of Maximilian I of Mexico, a member of the House of Habsburg ), to regain France's hold in the Americas and to achieve greatness for the ' Latin ' race.
Portrait of Maximilian I of Mexico, by Franz Xaver Winterhalter
In 1863, the invading French, under Napoleon III ( see above ), in alliance with Mexican conservatives and nobility, helped create the Second Mexican Empire, and invited Archduke Maximilian, of the House of Habsburg-Lorraine, younger brother of the Austrian Emperor Franz Josef I, to become emperor Maximilian I of Mexico.
The childless Maximilian and his consort Empress Carlota of Mexico, daughter of Leopold I of Belgium, adopted Agustín's grandsons Agustin and Salvador as his heirs to bolster his claim to the throne of Mexico.
* 1457 – Mary of Burgundy, daughter of Charles the Bold and wife of Maximilian I, Holy Roman Emperor ( d. 1482 )
In 1493, he was succeeded by his son Maximilian I after ten years of joint rule.
She was daughter of Maximilian I Joseph of Bavaria and had been previously married to William I of Württemberg.
When the King Frederick Augustus I died ( 1827 ) and Anton succeeded him as King, Frederick Augustus became second in line to the throne, preceded only by his father Maximilian.
In Dresden on 24 April 1833 Frederick Augustus married secondly with the Princess Maria of Bavaria ( Maria Anna Leopoldine Elisabeth Wilhelmine ), daughter of the King Maximilian I Joseph of Bavaria.
* 1508: Maximilian I the last ruling " King of the Romans " and the first " elected Emperor of the Romans ".

Maximilian and Holy
* Maximilian ( 1459 – 1519 ), Holy Roman Emperor, married
Juana, Isabella's second daughter, married into the Habsburg dynasty when she wed Philip the Handsome, the son of Maximilian I, King of Bohemia ( Austria ) and entitled to the crown of the Holy Roman Emperor.
He had formed an alliance with Spain and the Holy Roman Emperor Maximilian I, but in 1493, when they went to war with France, England was dragged into the conflict.
Maximilian I, Holy Roman Emperor ( 1459 – 1519 ) is often referred to as the last true knight.
* 1459 – Maximilian I, Holy Roman Emperor ( d. 1519 )
* The head of the delegation of the Holy Roman Empire for both cities was Count Maximilian von Trautmansdorff ; in Münster, his aides were Johann Ludwig von Nassau-Hadamar and Isaak Volmar ( a lawyer ); in Osnabrück, his team comprised Johann Maximilian von Lamberg and Reichshofrat Johann Krane, a lawyer.
In 1508, events so favoured the plans of Julius that he was able to conclude the League of Cambrai with Louis XII, King of France, Maximilian I, Holy Roman Emperor, and Ferdinand II, King of Aragon.
In short time, both Henry VIII, King of England ( 1509 – 47 ), and Maximilian I also joined the " Holy League of 1511.
In 1481, Agricola spent six months in Brussels at the court of archduke Maximilian ( later Maximilian I, the Holy Roman Emperor ).
He was the eldest son and successor of Maximilian II, Holy Roman Emperor, King of Bohemia, and King of Hungary and Croatia ; his mother was Maria of Spain, a daughter of Charles V and Isabella of Portugal.
**** daughter Bianca Maria ( 1472 – 1510 ), second wife of Holy Roman Emperor Maximilian I
His Grand Vizier, Mehmed Sokollu, a Serbian devsirme from what is now Bosnia and Herzegovina, controlled much of state affairs, and two years after Selim's accession succeeded in concluding at Constantinople an honourable treaty ( 17 February 1568 ) with the Habsburg Holy Roman Emperor, Maximilian II, whereby the Emperor agreed to pay an annual " present " of 30, 000 ducats and essentially granted the Ottomans authority in Moldavia and Walachia.
* Jesuit astronomer Christoph Scheiner becomes the advisor to Archduke Maximilian, brother of Holy Roman Emperor Rudolph II in Vienna.
* February 13 – Mary of Burgundy, wife of Maximilian I, Holy Roman Emperor ( d. 1482 )
* January 12 – Maximilian I, Holy Roman Emperor ( b. 1459 )
* August 18 – Mary of Burgundy marries Maximilian I, Holy Roman Emperor in Ghent, bringing her Flemish and Burgundian lands into the Holy Roman Empire and detaching them from France.
* August 19 – Maximilian I, Holy Roman Emperor marries Mary of Burgundy,

Maximilian and Roman
* John James Maximilian Oertel ( 1811 – 1882 ), born in Ansbach, was a Lutheran clergyman who later converted to Roman Catholicism, became a professor of German at Fordham University in the United States, and later edited and founded several newspapers in the United States, including one that would become the leading German-language newspaper in the county, Baltimore's Kirchenzeitung.
In 1488 he was appointed Governor of the Netherlands ( until 1493 ) and marched with the imperial forces to free the Roman king Maximilian from his imprisonment at Bruges, and when, in 1489, the King returned to Germany, Albert was left as his representative to prosecute the war against the rebels.
Republicans took the capital and executed Maximilian in 1867, depriving France of the hoped-for Roman Catholic ally in North America.

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