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  1. Conrad I, Burgrave of Nuremberg - Wikipedia

    Conrad I of Nuremberg (c. 1186 – 1261) was a Burgrave of Nuremberg of the House of Hohenzollern. He was the elder son of Frederick I of Nuremberg and Sophie of Raabs.

    • Life

      Conrad was the son of Burgrave Frederick I, the first...

  2. Conrad I of Raabs - Wikipedia

    Conrad I of Raabs (died 1143) was Burgrave of Nuremberg from c. 1105 to c. 1137 jointly with his older brother Gottfried II.After Gottfried II died, Conrad ruled alone until his own death.

    • 1143
    • von Raabs
    • Gottfried I of Gosham
  3. Frederick I, Burgrave of Nuremberg - Wikipedia,_Burgrave_of...

    Friedrich I of Nuremberg (before 1139 – after 1 October 1200), the first Burgrave of Nuremberg from the House of Hohenzollern. He was the younger son of Count Friedrich II of Zollern, and became Count of Zollern as Friedrich III after the death of his other male relatives.

  4. Nuremberg - Wikipedia

    King Conrad III (reigning as King of Germany from 1138 to 1152) established the Burgraviate of Nuremberg, with the first burgraves coming from the Austrian House of Raab. With the extinction of their male line around 1190, the last Raabs count's son-in-law, Frederick I from the House of Hohenzollern , inherited the burgraviate in 1192.

  5. Conrad (name) - Wikipedia

    Conrad, prior of Christ Church at Canterbury from 1108 to 1126; Conrad Aiken (1889–1973), American writer; Conrad Anker (born 1962), American mountaineer; Conrad Bain (1923–2013), Canadian-born American actor; Conrad Bassett-Bouchard (born 1989), American scrabble player; Conrad Black (born 1944), British newspaper publisher and writer

    • "bold counsel"
  6. Category:Conrad I of Nuremberg - Wikimedia Commons

    Media in category "Conrad I of Nuremberg" This category contains only the following file. Conrad I of Nuremberg.jpg 145 × 262; 7 KB. ... In Wikipedia ...

  7. Frederick III, Burgrave of Nuremberg - Wikipedia,_Burgrave_of...

    He owned the possessions of Hohenzollern on the west of Nuremberg around the castle Cadolzburg. In 1248 he received from the Counts of Andechs the region of Bayreuth by so-called Meran's inheritance .

  8. House of Schlüsselberg - Wikipediaüsselberg

    Conrad II of Schlüsselberg (died 1347), son of Conrad I, first marriage to Lukardis of Hohenzollern-Nuremberg and second marriage to Agnes of Württemberg, Reichssturmfähnrich from 1322 to 1336 Elisabeth of Schlüsselberg (died nach 1350), daughter of Godfrey (first marriage), married to Count Conrad of Vaihingen [3]

  9. Burgraviate of Nuremberg - Wikipedia

    The Burgraviate of Nuremberg (German: Burggrafschaft Nürnberg) was a state of the Holy Roman Empire from the early 12th to the late 15th centuries. As a burgraviate , it was a county seated in the town of Nuremberg ; almost two centuries passed before the burgraviate lost power over the city, which became independent from 1219.

    • Nuremberg
    • County
  10. Conrad II of Raabs - Wikipedia

    Conrad I of Raabs Conrad II of Raabs ( c. 1125-1130 – c. 1191 ) was from about 1160 until his death Burgrave of the medieval Burgraviate of Nuremberg . Life [ edit ]

    • c. 1125-1130
    • House of Raabs