Countess anna of schaunberg

Countess Anna of Schaunberg (Slovene: Grofica Ana Schaunberška) (c. 1358 – 1396) was the Countess of Celje as the spouse of Hermann II, Count of Celje.

Anna was born in Celje in what is now Slovenia.[1]

Countess Anna married the Count of Celje in 1377 and had the following children:[2]

  • Frederick II, Count of Celje (1379–1454)
  • Hermann III, Count of Celje (1380–1426)
  • Elizabeth (1382)
  • Anna (born 1384, date of death unknown) married Nicholas II Garay
  • Ludwig (1387–1417)
  • Barbara (1392–1451)

In 1408, Anna's daughter, Barbara, married Sigismund, the King of Hungary who later became King of Bohemia and Holy Roman Emperor.[3]


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