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Elisabeth of Brunswick-Lüneburg
|Elisabeth of Brunswick-Lüneburg|
|Countess of Holland and Zeeland|
|Queen consort of the Romans|
|Reign||25 January 1252 – 28 January 1256|
|Died||27 May 1266|
|Spouse||William II of Holland|
|Issue||Floris V, Count of Holland
Machteld of Holland
|Father||Otto I, Duke of Brunswick-Lüneburg|
|Mother||Matilda of Brandenburg|
On 25 January 1252 she married William II of Holland, who was elected anti-king of the Germans in 1247 and crowned King of the Romans in 1248, in Brunswick. As the consort of William II, she was the Countess of Holland, Countess of Zeeland, and Queen of the Romans. They had two children, Floris and Machteld. Her husband died in 1256.
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