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Clam-Martinic is a noble family from the former Habsburg Empire. It was established when Carl Josef, Count of Clam, a member of the old Austrian noble family Clam, married Maria Anna, Imperial Countess of Martinic (z Martinicz or Martinicové in Czech), a member of an old Czech Bohemian noble family claimed to be descended from the Vr?ovci family.
The family originates from Berg near Henndorf am Wallersee and appeared under the name Berger or Perger. Around 1209 a Carinthian branch owned Höhenbergen castle near Völkermarkt. In 1524, the family acquired Clam Castle in Upper Austria, which to this day is owned by the family.
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