Albert III, Duke of Saxe-Lauenburg





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Albert III of Saxe-Lauenburg was a son of John I, Duke of Saxony and Ingeborg Birgersdotter of Småland , a daughter or granddaughter of Birger Jarl.He ruled Saxony jointly with his uncle, Albert II, and his brothers Eric I and John II until their coming of age.In 1296 Albert III, his brothers and their uncle divided Saxony into Saxe-Wittenberg, ruled by Albert II, and Saxe-Lauenburg, jointly ruled by the brothers between 1296 and 1303 and thereafter partitioned among them.Albert III then ruled the branch duchy of Saxe-Ratzeburg until his death.

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