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# Otto ( b. 1000 – d. 1033 ).
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# Katharina ( 1256 – 4 April 1282, Landshut ), married 1279 in Vienna to Otto III, Duke of Bavaria who later ( after her death ) became the disputed King Bela V of Hungary and left no surviving issue.
# Hedwig ( d. 1285 / 86 ), married 1270 in Vienna to Otto VI, Margrave of Brandenburg-Salzwedel and left no issue.
* Harry Otto Fischer's short story, " The Childhood and Youth of the Gray Mouser ," was published in 1978 in The Dragon # 18.
# Judith ( b. 1130 – d. 8 July 1175 ), married on 6 January 1148 to Otto I, Margrave of Brandenburg.
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# Maria Ludovika Auguste Fredericka Therese Franziska Johanna Aloysia Nepomucena Ignatia Anna Josepha Xaveria Franziska de Paula Barbara ( b. Dresden, 14 March 1795-d. Dresden, 25 April 1796 ).
# Maria Johanna Ludovica Anna Amalia Nepomucena Aloysia Ignatia Xaveria Josepha Franziska de Chantal Eva Apollonia Magdalena Crescentia Vincentia ( b. Dresden, 5 April 1798-d. Dresden, 30 October 1799 ).
# Katharina ( b. Meissen, 24 July 1468 – d. Göttingen, 10 February 1524 ), married firstly on 24 February 1484 in Innsbruck to Duke Sigismund of Austria, and secondly on 1497 to Duke Eric I of Brunswick-Calenberg.
# Frederick ( b. Torgau, 26 October 1474 – d. Rochlitz, 14 December 1510 ), Grand Master of the Teutonic Knights.
# As experiences occur in the life of the individual, they are either, a ) symbolized, perceived and organized into some relation to the self, b ) ignored because there is no perceived relationship to the self structure, c ) denied symbolization or given distorted symbolization because the experience is inconsistent with the structure of the self.
# a daughter, perhaps named Świętosława, perhaps identical to the legendary Sigrid the Haughty ( b. 968 / 72-d. ca.
# Associativity: If a * b and b * c are defined, then ( a * b ) * c and a * ( b * c ) are defined and equal.