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Albert III, Count of Habsburg

Albert III (d. 25 November 1199), also known as Albert the Rich, was Count of Habsburg and a progenitor of the royal House of Habsburg.[1]

He was the son of Count Werner II of Habsburg,[1] whom he succeeded in 1167. Albert married Ida, daughter of Count Rudolph of Pfullendorf. Like his father, he was a loyal supporter of the Imperial House of Hohenstaufen.

He was the father of Count Rudolph II of Habsburg.[2]

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