Maximilian I pronounced the ban of the Holy Roman Empire on the
Elector Palatine's son Rupurt for seizing Landshut. Rupert was
married to the daughter of the late Duke George of Bavaria-Landshut
had left the territory to his daughter, Rupert's wife, but this
legacy contravened a succession agreement previously made between
the duchies of Bavaria-Landshut and Bavaria-Munich. As a result,
this issue prompted military campaigns in South Germany.
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Editors. "Maximilian I pronounces the ban of the Empire on the Elector Palatine's son". The Literary Encyclopedia. First published 01 November 2010
[https://www.litencyc.com/php/stopics.php?rec=true&UID=14091, accessed 20 September 2017.]
- European Dynastic and Religious Wars 16th-17th Centuries: Germany and Central Europe