Albert II de Mecklembourg ou Albert Ier de Mecklembourg-Schwerin dit Le Grand, (en allemand : Albrecht II von Mecklenburg), né en 1318, décédé le 18 février 1379.Il fut prince de Mecklembourg de 1329 à 1348, duc de Mecklembourg-Schwerin de 1348 à 1379.

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  • Albert II de Mecklembourg ou Albert Ier de Mecklembourg-Schwerin dit Le Grand, (en allemand : Albrecht II von Mecklenburg), né en 1318, décédé le 18 février 1379.Il fut prince de Mecklembourg de 1329 à 1348, duc de Mecklembourg-Schwerin de 1348 à 1379.
  • アルブレヒト2世(Albrecht II., 1318年 - 1379年2月18日)は、メクレンブルク=シュヴェリーン公(在位:1352年 - 1379年)。スウェーデン王も兼ねたアルブレクトの父。また、北欧三国(カルマル同盟)の君主を兼ねたエーリク・ア・ポンメルンの曾祖父でもある。1329年、父のメクレンブルク侯ハインリヒ2世の死に伴い、領土を弟のヨハン1世と共に相続、1348年に神聖ローマ皇帝カール4世によって公爵に昇叙され、1352年に領土を分割、ヨハン1世にシュタルガルトを分与(メクレンブルク=シュタルガルト公国)、自らはメクレンブルクの広大な西部地域を保持し、1358年にシュヴェリーン一帯を獲得した後はシュヴェリーンを公爵の居所とした。1336年、スウェーデン王女エウフェミアと結婚した。彼女の父はスウェーデン王マグヌス3世の次男エリク・マグヌソン、母はノルウェー王ホーコン5世の娘インゲボルグであり、兄マグヌス4世はその縁で両国の王に即位した。アルブレヒト2世もこの姻戚関係を元にスカンディナヴィア半島に地歩を築き、1362年にデンマーク王ヴァルデマー4世の長女インゲボーと長男のハインリヒと結婚させた。2人の間にアルブレヒト、マーリア等の孫が生まれたが、マーリアは1380年にポンメルン公ヴラティスラフ7世と結婚、エーリクを生む事になる。一方、スウェーデンではマグヌス4世がスウェーデン貴族の争いに敗れ1364年に退位した。マグヌス4世には次男にホーコン6世がいたが(長男のエリク12世は既に死亡している)、貴族達は彼の即位を阻止すべくアルブレヒト2世の同名の次男(スウェーデン名アルブレクト)をスウェーデン王に選出した。1379年に死去した。それから10年後の1389年にアルブレクトはデンマーク軍に敗れて廃位され、エーリクが1397年に即位する事になる。
  • Albrecht II (ur. ok. 1318, zm. prawdopodobnie 18 lutego 1379) – książę Meklemburgii od 1329 r. wraz z bratem Janem I, książę Meklemburgii-Schwerin od podziału w 1352 r.
  • А́льбрехт II, ге́рцог Мекленбу́ргский (нем. Albrecht II., Herzog zu Mecklenburg; 1318(1318) — 18 февраля 1379) — герцог Мекленбурга в 1348—1379 годах.
  • Albrecht II van Mecklenburg, bijg. de Grote, (1318 – 18 februari 1379) was een zoon van Hendrik II van Mecklenburg en van Anna van Saksen-Wittenberg. Samen met de hertogen van Pommeren, voerde hij strijd tegen Brandenburg. Door keizer Karel IV werden Albrecht en zijn broer Johan I in 1348 verheven tot hertog. Bij de landsverdeling van 1352, kreeg hij de gebieden Rostock en het stamland Mecklenburg toegewezen. In 1357 eigende hij zich nog de rechten van de graven van Schwerin toe waar de mannelijke linie eindigde (en in vrouwelijke linie zou terechtkomen bij Richardis van Schwerin, zijn schoondochter).
  • Albrecht II Duke of Mecklenburg (c. 1318 – February 18, 1379) was a feudal lord in Northern Germany on the shores of the Baltic Sea. He reigned as the head of the House of Mecklenburg, his princely seat located in Schwerin beginning in the 1350s.Albrecht was born in Schwerin as the second (but eldest surviving) son of Lord Henry II of Mecklenburg (c. 1266-1329), Lord of Stargard (Stari Gard), of the old Vendic princely clan of the Obotrites, and his second wife Princess Anna of Saxe-Wittenberg (d. 1327), of the princely Ascanian House.Duke Albert succeeded his father as reigning Prince (or Lord) of Mecklenburg in 1329. He was also keenly interested in obtaining some power in Scandinavia, e.g. fiefs or income. The Holy Roman Emperor Sigismund elevated Mecklenburg to the status of a Duchy on 1 July 1347, through which Albrecht (together with his younger brother John) became the first Duke of Mecklenburg.On 10 April 1336, Albert married a kinswoman, the Scandinavian heiress Euphemia of Sweden and Norway. Her father was Eric of Sweden, Duke of Södermanland and Halland, her mother Princess Ingeborg of Norway, the heiress and the only legitimate daughter of King Haakon V of Norway. Through this marriage, Albert gained standing in Sweden by means of his wife's hereditary estates and ancestral connections. These enabled him to participate in the internal politics of Scandinavia. Albert acquired the nickname "The Fox of Mecklenburg" from the Swedes to evoke his scheming and avarice.Albert arranged for his eldest son, the future Henry III of Mecklenburg, to marry Ingeborg, the eldest daughter and potential heiress of King Valdemar IV of Denmark. Prince Henry married her sometime around 1362, and their infant son was soon offered unsuccessfully as heir to the kingdom of Denmark in competition with Waldemar's youngest daughter, Queen Margaret of Norway, the future ruler of the Kalmar Union.Albert's brother-in-law King Magnus IV of Sweden was drawn into grave difficulties beginning in the 1350s. Mighty nobles attempted to curb the concentration of royal power in Sweden and set up Magnus's own elder son Eric as a rival king. After young Eric's death, Albert's second son and namesake Albert became the next puppet claimant of the noble party in Sweden.Duke Albert was deeply involved in trying to make his son king in Sweden, but himself the real power behind the throne. The younger Albert deposed his uncle Magnus IV from the Swedish throne and ascended it as King Albert of Sweden.Already in Albert's and Euphemia's lifetime it was recognized that her genealogical position would become a pivotal point for many future claims to the Scandinavian thrones.When his first wife died, Duke Albert married a second time to countess Adelheid of Hohenstein, daughter of count Ulrich of Hohenstein. That marriage apparently was childless.Duke Albert had five surviving children born of the marriage with Euphemia: his sons Henry, Albert and Magnus and daughters Ingeborg and Anna. For more details on their issue, see the genealogical section in Euphemia of Sweden.On the basis of his own ancestry, Albert felt himself entitled to assert political standing in Sweden as a descendant and heir of two women whom legends tied to Swedish royal houses as daughters of kings: Albert's father's paternal great-grandmother, a Scandinavian noblewoman named Christina, who was the wife of Henry Borwin II of Mecklenburg, was claimed at least by later tradition to have been a daughter of King Sverker II of Sweden. Swedish sources attest, however, that Sverker II had a son John and a daughter Helena, who married a Swedish nobleman. No further children are documented in sources close to Sweden of that time. Christina was the mother of John I of Mecklenburg, whose son was Henry I of Mecklenburg. Albert's father's maternal grandmother, a Scandinavian noblewoman named Marianna, the first wife of Duke Barnim I of Pomerania (d 1278), lord of Wolgast, was claimed to have been a daughter of King Eric X of Sweden and his wife Richeza of Denmark. Sources of the time are scarce, however, and there is not much attestation of marriages, fates and precise names of the daughters of Eric X. Marianna gave birth to an only surviving child, e daughter named Anastasia, who became the wife of Henry I of Mecklenburg and mother of Henry II.The Sverker dynasty had long been extinct, having lost the throne ultimately to King Eric XI of Sweden. The male line dynasty of King Eric was also now extinct, and his other daughters had been sidestepped by Birger Jarl, the husband of his (possibly youngest) daughter Ingeborg, who took care to secure the kingship to his own sons. Duke Albert helped to embellish and disseminate the legends of his mother's Swedish royal connections and used them as pretexts for his own royal aspirations.
  • Alberto II di Meclemburgo (Schwerin, 1318 – 18 febbraio 1379) fu Duca di Meclemburgo-Schwerin dal 1352 sino alla sua morte.Signore feudale del Nord della Germania, sulle coste del Mar Baltico, resse il titolo di capo della Casa di Meclemburgo, e dagli anni cinquanta del XIII secolo pose la propria sede a Schwerin.
  • Albrecht II., Herzog zu Mecklenburg (* 1318; † 18. Februar 1379) war von 1329 bis 1348 Fürst zu Mecklenburg und von 1348 bis 1379 Herzog zu Mecklenburg.
  • Албрехт II (на немски: Albrecht II, Der Große, * 1318, † 18 февруари 1379) е от 1329 до 1348 г. принц на Мекленбург и от 1348 до 1379 г. херцог на Мекленбург.Албрехт II е син на княз Хайнрих II от Мекленбург „Лъвът“ (1266–1329) и втората му съпруга Анна от Саксония-Витенберг († 1327), дъщеря на херцог Албрехт II от Саксония-Витенберг. От 1329 г. Албрехт управлява първо с регенти, от 1336 г. самостоятелно. Той води заедно с померанските херцози Ото I и Барним III война против маркграфство Бранденбург (Померанско-Бранденбургска война 1329–1333 г.). На 8 юли 1348 г. римско-немският крал и по-късен император Карл IV го издига заедно с брат му Йохан I на херцог и в имперското княжеско съсловие. При подялбата на страната от 25 ноември 1352 г. той получава Росток и Мекленбург. През 1357 г. той получава правата на граф на Шверин. Албрехт II сключва на 20 февруари 1368 г. алианц-договор с ханза-градовете на вендите. Малко преди смъртта си той дава задачата на Ернст фон Кирхберг да напише хроника на Мекленбург Mecklenburgische Reimchronik. Албрехт II е погребан в катедралата на Доберан.
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  • Albert II de Mecklembourg ou Albert Ier de Mecklembourg-Schwerin dit Le Grand, (en allemand : Albrecht II von Mecklenburg), né en 1318, décédé le 18 février 1379.Il fut prince de Mecklembourg de 1329 à 1348, duc de Mecklembourg-Schwerin de 1348 à 1379.
  • アルブレヒト2世(Albrecht II., 1318年 - 1379年2月18日)は、メクレンブルク=シュヴェリーン公(在位:1352年 - 1379年)。スウェーデン王も兼ねたアルブレクトの父。また、北欧三国(カルマル同盟)の君主を兼ねたエーリク・ア・ポンメルンの曾祖父でもある。1329年、父のメクレンブルク侯ハインリヒ2世の死に伴い、領土を弟のヨハン1世と共に相続、1348年に神聖ローマ皇帝カール4世によって公爵に昇叙され、1352年に領土を分割、ヨハン1世にシュタルガルトを分与(メクレンブルク=シュタルガルト公国)、自らはメクレンブルクの広大な西部地域を保持し、1358年にシュヴェリーン一帯を獲得した後はシュヴェリーンを公爵の居所とした。1336年、スウェーデン王女エウフェミアと結婚した。彼女の父はスウェーデン王マグヌス3世の次男エリク・マグヌソン、母はノルウェー王ホーコン5世の娘インゲボルグであり、兄マグヌス4世はその縁で両国の王に即位した。アルブレヒト2世もこの姻戚関係を元にスカンディナヴィア半島に地歩を築き、1362年にデンマーク王ヴァルデマー4世の長女インゲボーと長男のハインリヒと結婚させた。2人の間にアルブレヒト、マーリア等の孫が生まれたが、マーリアは1380年にポンメルン公ヴラティスラフ7世と結婚、エーリクを生む事になる。一方、スウェーデンではマグヌス4世がスウェーデン貴族の争いに敗れ1364年に退位した。マグヌス4世には次男にホーコン6世がいたが(長男のエリク12世は既に死亡している)、貴族達は彼の即位を阻止すべくアルブレヒト2世の同名の次男(スウェーデン名アルブレクト)をスウェーデン王に選出した。1379年に死去した。それから10年後の1389年にアルブレクトはデンマーク軍に敗れて廃位され、エーリクが1397年に即位する事になる。
  • Albrecht II (ur. ok. 1318, zm. prawdopodobnie 18 lutego 1379) – książę Meklemburgii od 1329 r. wraz z bratem Janem I, książę Meklemburgii-Schwerin od podziału w 1352 r.
  • А́льбрехт II, ге́рцог Мекленбу́ргский (нем. Albrecht II., Herzog zu Mecklenburg; 1318(1318) — 18 февраля 1379) — герцог Мекленбурга в 1348—1379 годах.
  • Alberto II di Meclemburgo (Schwerin, 1318 – 18 febbraio 1379) fu Duca di Meclemburgo-Schwerin dal 1352 sino alla sua morte.Signore feudale del Nord della Germania, sulle coste del Mar Baltico, resse il titolo di capo della Casa di Meclemburgo, e dagli anni cinquanta del XIII secolo pose la propria sede a Schwerin.
  • Albrecht II., Herzog zu Mecklenburg (* 1318; † 18. Februar 1379) war von 1329 bis 1348 Fürst zu Mecklenburg und von 1348 bis 1379 Herzog zu Mecklenburg.
  • Албрехт II (на немски: Albrecht II, Der Große, * 1318, † 18 февруари 1379) е от 1329 до 1348 г. принц на Мекленбург и от 1348 до 1379 г. херцог на Мекленбург.Албрехт II е син на княз Хайнрих II от Мекленбург „Лъвът“ (1266–1329) и втората му съпруга Анна от Саксония-Витенберг († 1327), дъщеря на херцог Албрехт II от Саксония-Витенберг. От 1329 г. Албрехт управлява първо с регенти, от 1336 г. самостоятелно.
  • Albrecht II van Mecklenburg, bijg. de Grote, (1318 – 18 februari 1379) was een zoon van Hendrik II van Mecklenburg en van Anna van Saksen-Wittenberg. Samen met de hertogen van Pommeren, voerde hij strijd tegen Brandenburg. Door keizer Karel IV werden Albrecht en zijn broer Johan I in 1348 verheven tot hertog. Bij de landsverdeling van 1352, kreeg hij de gebieden Rostock en het stamland Mecklenburg toegewezen.
  • Albrecht II Duke of Mecklenburg (c. 1318 – February 18, 1379) was a feudal lord in Northern Germany on the shores of the Baltic Sea. He reigned as the head of the House of Mecklenburg, his princely seat located in Schwerin beginning in the 1350s.Albrecht was born in Schwerin as the second (but eldest surviving) son of Lord Henry II of Mecklenburg (c.
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