Charles Theodore of Bavaria
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Charles Theodore of Bavaria , Elector Palatine, of the house of Palatinat-Sulzbach, born in 1724. It was invested duchies of Juliers and of Berg in 1742, with died of his uncle and Charles-Philippe father-in-law, and took to party for the Voter of Bavaria in the War of succession of Austria. His/her mother is Marie Anne Henriette Léopoldine of the Tower of Auvergne, downward of the dukes of Bubble, little girl of Frederic-Maurice of the Tower of Auvergne, count d' Auvergne.
With the re-establishment of peace in 1748, it dealt only with the wellbeing of its subjects. It founded in 1757 with Mannheim an art school and sculpture, then in 1763 and a cabinet Academy of Science of antiquities.
Called as chief of the branch junior by the palatine house to the sovereignty of the States of the Électeur of Bavaria Maximilien III Joseph, which had died without children, it was proclaimed duke of Bavaria to Munich, in 1777.
It yielded part of Bavaria to the Austria by the Traité of Teschen (1779), and put an end by there to a war whose this succession had been the pretext between the king of Prussia and the house of Austria.
He died without posterity in 1799, and its States échurent with the Maison of Double-decker.
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