Duke of Württemberg (1487) Ulrich's Human Design Chart

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          Duke of Württemberg (1487) Ulrich's Biography

          German nobleman, who succeeded his kinsman Eberhard II as Duke of Württemberg in 1498. He was declared of age in 1503. His volatile personality made him infamous, being called the “Swabian Henry VIII” by historians.
          His mother died during his birth. His father, Henry, Count of Württemberg, was mentally deranged, likely as a result of his three-year imprisonment by Duke Charles the Bold of Burgundy.
          In 1511 Ulrich married Sabina, a daughter of Albert IV, Duke of Bavaria, and niece of the emperor Maximilian. The marriage was a very unhappy one, and having formed an affection for the wife of a knight named Hans von Hutten, a kinsman of Ulrich von Hutten, the duke killed Hans in 1515 during an altercation. Hutten’s friends now joined the other elements of discontent. Fleeing from her husband, Sabina won the support of the emperor and of her brother William IV, Duke of Bavaria, and Ulrich was twice placed under the imperial ban. After the death of Maximilian in January 1519 the Swabian League interfered in the struggle, and Ulrich was driven from Württemberg, which was afterwards sold by the league to Emperor Charles V.
          Ulrich passed some time in Switzerland, France and Germany, occupied with brigand exploits and in service under Francis I of France. He died on 6 November 1550 at age 63 in Tübingen.

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