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  1. Conrad IV of Germany - Wikipedia

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    Appointed Duke of Swabia in 1235, his father had him elected King of Germany (King of the Romans) and crowned King of Italy (as Conrad IV) in 1237. After the emperor was deposed and died in 1250, he ruled as King of Sicily ( Conrad I ) until his death.

  2. Conrad IV | king of Germany | Britannica

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    Conrad IV, (born April 25, 1228, Andria, Italy—died May 21, 1254, Lavello), German king from 1237 and king of Sicily from 1251. The son of Emperor Frederick II and his second wife, Isabella (Yolande) de Brienne, Conrad was heir to the Kingdom of Jerusalem through his mother; he was also invested by his father as duke of Swabia in 1235.

  3. Conrad IV of Germany | Military Wiki | Fandom

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    Appointed Duke of Swabia in 1235, his father had him elected King of Germany (King of the Romans) and crowned King of Italy (as Conrad IV) in 1237. After the emperor was deposed and died in 1250, he ruled as King of Sicily (Conrad I) until his death.

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    , 1252–68, duke of Swabia, titular king of Jerusalem and Sicily, the last legitimate Hohenstaufen, son of Holy Roman Emperor Conrad IV. While Conradin was still a child in Germany, his uncle Manfred made himself (1258) king of Sicily.

  5. Conrad IV of Germany | Religion-wiki | Fandom

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    Conrad IV (25 April 1228 – 21 May 1254) was king of Jerusalem (as Conrad II; 1228–1254), of Germany (1237–1254), and of Sicily (as Conrad I; 1250–1254). He was a son of the Hohenstaufen Emperor Frederick II and the queen regnant of Jerusalem, Yolanda.

  6. Conrad IV of Germany (1228-1254) - The Crusades

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    Conrad IV of Germany (1228-1254) King of Jerusalem (1228-1254), Germany (1237-1254), and Sicily (1251-1254). The last ruling German monarch of the Staufen dynasty, Conrad was born on 25 April 1228, the son of Frederick II, Holy Roman Emperor and king of Sicily, and Isabella II, queen of Jerusalem, whom Frederick had married before undertaking his crusade to the Holy Land (1227-1229).

  7. Conrad IV of Germany - Wikimedia Commons

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  8. Conradin | duke of Swabia | Britannica

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    Mar 21, 2020 · Conradin, also called Conrad V, or Conrad The Younger, German Konradin, or Konrad V, or Konrad Der Jüngere, (born March 25, 1252, Wolfstein, Swabia [Germany]—died October 29, 1268, Naples [Italy]), the last of the German Hohenstaufen dynasty, duke of Swabia, king of the Romans, and claimant to the throne of Sicily.

  9. Conrad III of Germany - Wikipedia

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    Conrad was marked out to act as regent for Germany, together with his elder brother, Duke Frederick II of Swabia. At the death of Henry V in 1125, Conrad unsuccessfully supported Frederick II for the kingship of Germany. Frederick was placed under a ban and Conrad was deprived of Franconia and the Kingdom of Burgundy, of which he was rector.

  10. Conrad III, Holy Roman Emperor | Historipedia Official Wiki ...

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    Conrad when Duke of Swabia and Henry Raspe was into a duel, ended Henry Raspe abdicated German throne and Conrad was elected as King of the Romans as Conrad IV in 1250. ↑ Pope Alexander IV literally shopped around for a buyer for the crown of Sicily.