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  1. Otto, Count of Ballenstedt - Wikipedia

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    Otto, Count of Ballenstedt, called Otto the Rich (c. 1070 – 9 February 1123), was the first Ascanian prince to call himself count of Anhalt, and was also briefly named duke of Saxony. He was the father of Albert the Bear , [1] who later conquered Brandenburg from the Slavs and called himself its first margrave.

  2. Ballenstedt - Wikipedia

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    The Saxon count Esico of Ballenstedt (~1000-1059/60) was mentioned in a 1030 entry in the medieval chronicles of the Annalista Saxo and in a 1036 deed issued by Emperor Conrad II. He was a son of one Count Adalbert, who held the office of a Vogt of Nienburg Abbey, and Hidda, a daughter of Margrave Odo I of the Saxon Ostmark.

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  3. Adalbert II, Count of Ballenstedt - Wikipedia

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    Otto the Rich (c. 1070 – 1123), Count of Ballenstedt Siegfried (c. 1075 – 1113), Count of Weimar-Orlamünde, Count Palatine of the Rhine from 1095/97. Adalbert was the heir to extended possessions and rose to one of the leading Saxon nobles. In 1069 he was appointed count in Nordthüringgau, later also in the Saxon Eastern March.

  4. Talk:Otto, Count of Ballenstedt - Wikipedia

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    Talk:Otto, Count of Ballenstedt ... This article is within the scope of WikiProject Germany, a collaborative effort to improve the coverage of Germany on Wikipedia.

  5. Adalbert, Count of Ballenstedt - Wikipedia

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    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Adalbert von Ballenstedt c. 970, (name uncertain, but possibly Adalbert), was Count of Ballenstedt, Vogt of the Nienburg Abbey, and the provost of Hagenrode. He is the earliest known ancestor of the House of Ascania.

  6. Otto von Ballenstedt (c1071-1123) | Familypedia | Fandom

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    Otto Ascania von Ballenstedt, Graf von Ballenstedt, Herzog von Sachsen, was born circa 1071 to Adalbert II von Ballenstedt (c1030-c1080) and Adelheid von Weimar (c1055-1100) and died 9 February 1123 of unspecified causes. He married Eilika von Sachsen (c1081-1142). Notable ancestors include Charlemagne (747-814), Alfred the Great (849-899).

  7. Otto der Reiche, Graf von Ballenstedt - geni family tree

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    Tysk Wikipedia: "Stammliste der Askanier". Saxon Annals refer to him as Otto "The Great", Otto "the Red", or Otto "the Rich" as well. First Prince of Ascania to call himself Count of Anhalt. Briefly Duke of Saxony. Marries around 1095. Greve af Ballenstedt og Anhalt . Hertug af Sachsen 1112.

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    Otto, Count of Ballenstedt, called Otto the Rich (c. 1070 – 9 February 1123), was the first Ascanian prince to call himself count of Anhalt, and was also briefly named duke of Saxony.

  9. Otto von Ballenstedt

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    Adalbert II. von Ballenstedt, Graf von Ballenstedt ca 1030-1080 Adelheid von Weimar-Orlamünde †1100 Otto von Ballenstedt , Graf von Ballenstedt ca 1070-1123

  10. otto count of ballenstedt : définition de otto count of ...

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    Otto, Count of Ballenstedt, called Otto the Rich (died 9 February 1123), was the first Ascanian prince to call himself count of Anhalt, and was also briefly named duke of Saxony. He was the father...

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