Charles was married four times. His first wife was Blanche of Valois, (1316–48), daughter of Charles, Count of Valois, and a half-sister of Philip VI of France. They had three children:
a son (b.1334), died young
Margaret of Bohemia (1335 - 1349); married Louis I of Hungary.
Catherine of Bohemia (1342–95); married Rudolf IV of Austria and Otto V, Duke of Bavaria, Elector of Brandenburg.
He secondly married Anna of Bavaria, (1329–53), daughter of Rudolf II, Duke of Bavaria; they had one son:
His third wife was Anna von Schweidnitz, (1339–62), daughter of Henry II, Duke of Świdnica and Katharina of Anjou (daughter of Charles I Robert, King of Hungary), by whom he had three children:
Elisabeth of Bohemia (19 April 1358 – 4 September 1373); married Albert III of Austria.
Wenceslaus (1361–1419); later elected King of Germany (formally King of the Romans) and, on his father's death, became King of Bohemia (as Wenceslaus IV) and Emperor-elect of the Holy Roman Empire; married firstly to Joanna of Bavaria in 1370 and secondly to Sophia of Bavaria in 1389.
son (born and died 11 July 1362).
His fourth wife was Elizabeth of Pomerania, (1345 or 1347–1393), daughter of Duke Bogislaw V, Duke of Pomerania and Elisabeth of Poland, daughter of Casimir III of Poland. They had six children:
Anne of Bohemia (1366–94); married Richard II of England
Sigismund (1368–1437); later Holy Roman Emperor, King of Hungary and Bohemia, and Margrave of Brandenburg; married firstly Mary of Hungary in 1385, and secondly to Barbara of Cilli in 1405/1408.
John of Görlitz (1370–96); later Margrave of Moravia and Duke of Görlitz; married Richardis Catherine of Sweden. His only daughter and heiress was Duchess of Luxembourg.
Charles (13 March 1372 – 24 July 1373).
Margaret of Bohemia (1373–1410); married John III, Burgrave of Nuremberg.
Maria Elisabeth (1737–1740)
Maria Anna (1738–1789), lebte später in Klagenfurt
Maria Karolina (1740–1741)
Joseph II. (1741–1790)
∞ 1760 Prinzessin Isabella von Bourbon-Parma, Tochter Herzog Philipps von Parma, Piacenza, Guastella
∞ 1765 Prinzessin Maria Josepha von Bayern, Tochter Kaiser Karls VII.
Maria Christina (1742–1798) ∞ 1766 Herzog Albert Kasimir von Sachsen-Teschen
Maria Elisabeth (1743–1808), Äbtissin in Innsbruck
Karl Joseph (1745–1761), Erzherzog
Maria Amalia (1746–1804) ∞ 1769 Herzog Ferdinand von Parma, Sohn Herzog Philipps von Parma, Piacenza, Guastella
Leopold II. (1747–1792) ∞ 1765 Infantin Maria Ludovica von Spanien a.d. Haus Bourbon-Anjou, Tochter König Karls III.
Regeln bey dem Taroc-Spiele (Leipzig 1754)
Älteste Tarockregeln in deutscher Sprache, auch abgedruckt in "Palamedes redivivus" Leipzig 1755
Die beste und neueste Art, das in den vornehmsten Gesellschaften heutiges Tages so beliebte Taroc-Spiel, so wol in drey Personen zum König als in vier wirklichen Personen mit zweyerley Karten recht und wohl zu spielen, nebst einigen Betrachtungen über dieses Spiel und einem Anhang von ganz neuerfundenen Kartenkünsten (Wien und Nürnberg 1756)
Ältestes österreichisches bzw. ältestes Wiener Tarockbuch
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