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  1. Castles.nl - Raabs Castle

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    Raabs Castle In the early 12th century, Gottfried II, Lord of Raabs and Burgrave of Nuremberg, had let a relative of his, Luitpold of Znojmo, stay as a guest in his castle. Luitpold was an, apparently quarrelsome, Morovian duke of the House of Přemyslid.

  2. NUREMBERG

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    In 1322 the Jews of Nuremberg, and their taxes, were pledged to the burgrave Frederick IV. Although King Louis promised in 1331 to protect the Jews against oppression and demanded an annual payment of 400 florins for three years in lieu of all taxes, he allowed the council to increase this sum according to the Jews' ability to pay.

  3. County of Zollern

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    The senior Franconian branch of the House of Hohenzollern was founded by Conrad I, Burgrave of Nuremberg (1186–1261). The family supported the Hohenstaufen and Habsburg rulers of the Holy Roman Empire during the 12th to 15th centuries, being rewarded with several territorial grants.

  4. European Heraldry :: Brandenburg/Prussia/German Empire

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    Frederick I and VI (1371–1440) Burgrave of Nuremberg from 1397 to 1427 , as Frederick I, also Margrave of Brandenburg-Ansbach from 1398, Elector of Brandenburg from 1415, Margrave of Brandenburg from 1417 and Margrave of Brandenburg-Kulmbach from 1420. He was the first member of the House of Hohenzollern to rule the Margraviate of Brandenburg.

  5. The von Hohenzollerns - remmick.org

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    1357 Burgrave of Nuremberg also 1363 Prince of the [Holy Roman] Empire 1397 Frederick VI von Zollern of Burgrave of Nuremburg & Frederick I Hohenzollern of Brandenburg (b. 1371 d. 1440) m. 1401 to Elisabeth of Bavaria-Landshut (b. 1383 d. 1442)

  6. Frederick the Great and Prussia | History of Western ...

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    The cadet Franconian branch of the House of Hohenzollern was founded by Conrad I, Burgrave of Nuremberg (1186-1261). Beginning in the 16th century, this branch of the family became Protestant and decided on expansion through marriage and the purchase of surrounding lands.

  7. What Does The Name Nuremberg Mean?

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    Beatrix was born as the child of Frederick V, Burgrave of Nuremberg, and Elisabeth of Meissen in 1362 in Nuremberg. Beatrix is also known as Beatrix von Nürnberg (German). She breathed her last breath on June 10th, 1414.

  8. CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Sigismund

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    Important consequences resulted from his granting to Frederick Hohenzollern, Burgrave of Nuremberg, the Mark of Brandenburg in fief, to which he added on 30 April, 1415, the electoral dignity and the office of lord high chancellor. In this way Sigismund gained support for himself against the independent policy of the electors.

  9. Frederick the Great and Prussia | Boundless World History

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    The cadet Franconian branch of the House of Hohenzollern was founded by Conrad I, Burgrave of Nuremberg (1186-1261). Beginning in the 16th century, this branch of the family became Protestant and decided on expansion through marriage and the purchase of surrounding lands.

  10. Beatriz de Nürnberg - Wikipedia, a enciclopedia libre

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    Frederico V, Burgrave de Nuremberga: Nai: Isabel da Mísnia: Cónxuxe: Albert III, Duke of Austria: Fillos: Albert IV, Duke of Austria: Irmáns: Isabel de Nuremberga, Katharina von Nürnberg, Agnes von Nürnberg, Margaret of Hohenzollern-Nuremberg, Frederico I de Brandemburgo e John III, Burgrave of Nuremberg [ editar datos en Wikidata