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  1. The Annalista Saxo ("Saxon annalist") is the anonymous author of an important imperial chronicle, believed to have originated in the mid 12th century at Nienburg Abbey in the Duchy of Saxony.

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  2. Annalista Saxo - Wikipedia

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    The Annalista Saxo ("Saxon annalist") is the anonymous author of an important imperial chronicle, believed to have originated in the mid 12th century at Nienburg Abbey in the Duchy of Saxony.

  3. Die Reichschronik des Annalista Saxo. Edited by Klaus Nass ...

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    Die Reichschronik des Annalista Saxo. Edited by Klaus Nass. (Monumenta Germaniae Historica. Scriptores, 37.) Pp. xxix+752. Hanover: Hahnsche Buchhandlung, 2006. €116. 3 7752 5537 0; 0343 2157 - Volume 59 Issue 4 - Kathleen G. Cushing

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    • 2008
  4. Nienburg Abbey - Wikipedia

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    In Nienburg Abbey in about 1150 the imperial chronicle of the Annalista Saxo was written. In the second half of the 12th century the abbey was involved in a regional power struggle in which it eventually lost its independence and in 1166 became a possession of the Archbishops of Magdeburg.

  5. Annalista Saxo – Wikipedia

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    Der Annalista Saxo ist der anonyme Verfasser einer bedeutenden Reichschronik, die im Kloster Nienburg in Anhalt entstand. Der Verfasser bleibt anonym. Er wurde häufig fälschlich mit Arnold, Abt der Klöster Berge und Nienburg identifiziert.

  6. VONSACHSEN BELLONY FOUNDATION - SAXONY, DUKES & ELECTORS

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    The Annalista Saxo records that Charles I King of the Franks (later Emperor Charlemagne) established the bishoprics of Bremen, Halberstadt, Hildesheim, Verden, Paderborn, Minden, Münster and Osnabrück in Saxony in 781 [.

  7. Kingdoms of Germany - Saxony (Saxons)

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    The Annalista Saxo records that Charlemagne establishes the bishoprics of Bremen, Halberstadt, Hildesheim, Verden, Paderborn, Minden, Münster, and Osnabrück in Saxony. 782 - 784 The Saxon Wars begin against the Carolingian empire when Widukind succeeds (probably after some years of trying) in securing the support of the other Saxon nobles in ...

  8. Heinrich I “der Kahle”, Graf von Stade: Lowell and Block ...

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    Apr 29, 2020 · The Annalista Saxo records the death in "Germersleve" on "III Id Iul 998" of "Cunigund comitissa uxor Sigefridi de Waldbike", specifies that she was sister of "Heinrici, Sigefridi et Udonis" and names her five sons (in order) "Thietmarum, Sigefridum, Brunonem, Heinricum, Fridericum".

  9. Annalista Saxo – Wikipédia

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    Annalista Saxo („Szász annalista”) egy nem ismert nevű középkori, latin nyelven író német krónika-szerkesztő megnevezése. Valószínűleg a Nienburgban lévő apátságban élt.

  10. Bernard Billung, II (c.990 - 1059) - Genealogy

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    Jan 22, 2019 · The Annalista Saxo names "Odulfum ducem et Herimannum comitem" as the two sons of Duke Bernhard & his wife, specifying that the latter died "sine legitimis liberis". In a later passage it records the death in 1086 of "Herimannus comes, patruus Magni ducis, sine legitimis liberis". Graf 1059/80.

  11. Hermann von Sachsen (Billung) (911 - 973) - Genealogy

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    The Annalista Saxo records the death in 962 of "Amalungus Fardensis episcopus…frater Herimanni ducis". Thietmar also records that Amelung Bishop of Verden, "the duke's [Hermann Billung] brother", died on 5 May "at a good old age". 2. WICHMANN [II] (-23 Apr 944).