Nov 09, 2016 · Assuming all relevant pedigrees are correct, this includes all female-line descendants of his female line ancestor Barbara of Celje (1390-1451), wife of Sigismund, Holy Roman Emperor.
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Barbara was the daughter of Herman II, Count of Celje, Countess Anna of Schaunberg. Barbara was engaged in 1405 to Sigismund of Luxemburg, King of Hungary, a younger son of Charles IV, Holy Roman Emperor; the marriage took place in December 1405.
The central image of the coin shows, with lined pattern, the portrait of the Queen Barbara of Celje with her sceptre. On the image are placed three typical six-pointed stars of Celje counts. On the left side of the portrait is the inscription ‘SLOVENIJA’ and on the right side the inscription ‘BARBARA CELJSKA’ and the years ‘1414-2014’.
The central image of the coin shows, with lined pattern, the portrait of the Queen Barbara of Celje with her sceptre. On the image are placed three typical six-pointed stars of Celje counts. On the left side of the portrait is the inscription "SLOVENIJA" and on the right side the inscription "BARBARA CELJSKA" and the years "1414-2014".
Barbara of Celje: Youngest daughter of Herman II of Celje. When she married Sigismund of Luxembourg and became a triple queen , she was not yet 15 years old. Although the levers of power were in the hands of her husband, rumours began to spread about her stunning capacities and powers; she was said to be managing an important part of the ...
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Sigismund and Barbara of Celje at the Council of Constance. Sigismund of Luxemburg (14 February 1368 – 9 December 1437) Holy Roman Emperor from 1433 until 1437. The Council of Constance is the 15th century ecumenical council recognized by the Roman Cathol
Barbara was the only female member of this elite order, whose members included Hermann II and Frederick II of Celje. Barbara of Celje was one of the most progressive and free-thinking women of the age. She was a master of diplomacy, spoke several languages, and argued in fa-vour of new artistic and social developments.
»Barbara of Celje (1392 – 1451)« je prevod knjige »Barbara Celjska Celje (1392 – 1451)«, ki jo je Pokrajinski muzej Celje izdal leta 2010 in jo ponatisnil v letu 2014.Prevod je opravila gospa Margaret Davis in je izšel s pomočjo sponzorskih sredstev Ministrstva za kulturo RS, Mestne občine Celje in Zavarovalnice Triglav v 1000 izvodih.
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