Cross of Queen Gisela of Burgundy (d. 1006) Daughter of King Conrad of Burgundy and Adelaide of Bellay. Wife to Henry II, Duke of Bavaria. Mother of Henry II, Holy Roman Emperor
Savonnerie Manufactory. Portrait of Joseph II, Emperor of the Holy Roman Empire. French, Paris c.1777
Two-hadled cup, known as the "Henry Chalice" Tradition holds that it was a consecration gift to the Alte Kapelle from Henry II, the last Holy Roman Emperor from the Ottonian dynasty, who died in 1024 and was later canonised. (rock crystal, silver-gilt, precious stones; height 13 cm); crystal: Fatimid, around 1000; mount: probably German, twelfth century
Ferdinand II, Holy Roman Emperor (1619–37) | Austrian, 1634.
Henry III, Holy Roman Emperor (1017-1056) Son of Conrad II, Holy Roman Emperor and Gisela of Swabia. Husband to Gunhilda of Denmark and Agnes of Poitou. *Salian (Frankish) dynasty
Maximillian II, Holy Roman Emperor (1527–1576) and his wife Maria. By Antonio Abondio, 1575.
Rudolph II (1552–1612), Emperor of the Holy Roman Empire | German (Tyrol)
Henry VII (1211-1242) Son of Frederick II, Holy Roman Emperor and Constance of Aragon. Husband of Margaret of Babenberg. *House of Luxembourg*
Holy Roman Emperor Henry VII's Coffin when opened in 2013.Henry died prematurely at Buonconvento, near Siena, on Aug. 24, 1313, just a year after he was crowned Holy Roman Emperor in Rome. Rumors of him being poisoned began to spread. The emperor’s body was hastily buried. Not having enough time to treat the corpse for transportation, the emperor’s followers burned his body, detached the head and boiled it. His bones were kept in wine to better preserve them. UNIVERSITY OF PISA