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      • Elisabeth of Görlitz (November 1390 – 2 August 1451) reigned as Duchess of Luxemburg from 1411 to 1443.
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  1. Elizabeth of Görlitz - Wikipedia

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    Elisabeth was the only daughter and heiress of John of Görlitz, the third son of Charles IV, Holy Roman Emperor. He was Duke of Lusatia and Görlitz, and also Elector of Brandenburg for a brief period. Her mother, Richardis Catherine of Sweden, was the daughter of King Albert of Sweden. Reign

    • 1415-1419/1425-1443
    • Anthony
  2. Elizabeth of Gorlitz (c. 1380–c. 1444) | Encyclopedia.com

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    Elizabeth of Gorlitz (c. 1380–c. 1444)Duchess of Luxemburg. Name variations: Elizabeth of Görlitz; Elizabeth of Luxembourg, Luxemburg, or Limbourg.

  3. Category:Elizabeth of Görlitz - Wikimedia Commons

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    CoA Elizabeth of Görlitz.svg 600 × 660; 41 KB. Elisabeth von Görlitz.png 620 × 742; 765 KB. Fierens-Gevaert - La Peinture en Belgique, volume 1 (page 41-2 crop) ...

    • 1390 (statement with Gregorian date earlier than 1584), Hořovice
    • politician
    • 3 August 1451 (statement with Gregorian date earlier than 1584), Trier
    • Trier
  4. Gros - Elisabeth of Görlitz (widow of John of Bavaria ...

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    Translation: Elizabeth, by the grace of God, Duchess of Bavaria and Luxembourg . Reverse. Luxemburgish shield with lion rampant to the left, on a field of 5 pieces, laid on a long patted cross, dividing the legend, all in an epicycloid with double rib, with lilies. Legend between two pearled circles. Lettering: നOnETA NOVA•LV CEnBVR GEnSIS

  5. Gros - Elisabeth of Görlitz (widow of Anthony of Burgundy ...

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    Gros or "Nuwe Lewegroschen" struck at the Luxembourg mint in the name of Elizabeth of Görlitz, widow of Anthony of Burgundy (covering the period from October 25, 1415 to May 1419). The coinage of this period consists of this gros and a twelfth gros (L#188-1), also struck at the Luxembourg mint. Average weightof 37 pieces: 2.65 g.

  6. File:CoA Elizabeth of Görlitz.svg - Wikimedia Commons

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    Apr 19, 2020 · Date/Time Thumbnail Dimensions User Comment; current: 17:09, 19 April 2020: 600 × 660 (41 KB): Dubbelleuw (talk | contribs) == {{int:filedesc}} == {{COAInformation |blazon of = {{en|1=Elisabeth of Görlitz}}{{fr|1=Elisabeth de Goerlitz}} |blazon = {{fr|1=écartelé, en 1 de gueules, au lion d'argent à la queue fourchée passée en sautoir, couronné, armé et lampassé d'or, en 2 d'argent ...

  7. The article focuses on the known details of the arranged marriage of Elizabeth of Luxembourg (1390–1451), the only daughter of Duke John of Görlitz, the grand daughter of the Roman Emperor and King of Bohemia Charles IV, and her wedding with Anthony of Valois (1384–1415), Duke of Burgundy and Brabant, on July 16, 1409.

  8. John of Görlitz - Unionpedia, the concept map

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    John of Görlitz (22 June 1370 – 1 March 1396), a member of the House of Luxembourg, was the only Duke of Görlitz (Zgorzelec) from 1377 until his death. 45 relations.

  9. Elisabeth dari Görlitz - Wikipedia bahasa Indonesia ...

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    Elisabeth adalah putri tunggal dan pewaris Johann dari Görlitz, putra ketiga Karl IV, Kaisar Romawi Suci. Dia adalah Adipati Lausitz dan Görlitz, dan juga Elektor Brandenburg dalam waktu yang singkat. Ibundanya, Rikardis Katarina dari Swedia, adalah putri Raja Albrekt dari Swedia.

  10. The article focuses on the known details of the arranged marriage of Elizabeth of Luxembourg (1390–1451), the only daughter of Duke John of Görlitz, the grand daughter of the Roman Emperor and King of Bohemia Charles IV, and her wedding with Anthony of Valois (1384–1415), Duke of Burgundy and Brabant, on July 16, 1409.