1308-30 Austria, Frederick the Handsome:
Frederick was taken prisoner at the battle of Mühldorf. It was said he was clad in splendid armor with a golden crown upon his helmet, and the royal eagle as his crest. So that all might know him as the King, Frederick dashed into the fray where the fight waxed fiercest. There was his golden crowned helmet to be seen, and with his own hand it is said, he slew fifty knights. He fought while he could, but his horse being killed beneath him, he at last yielded to a noble and was led before King Lewis. That day many prisoners were taken, among them King Frederick. Frederick was shut up in the castle of Trausnitz, and there for nearly three years he remained, while his beautiful wife wept herself blind for him.
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