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  1. List of margraves of Meissen - Wikipedia

    Mar 18, 2020 · History. King Henry the Fowler, on his 928-29 campaign against the Slavic Glomacze tribes, had a fortress erected on a hill at Meissen (Mišno) on the Elbe river. Later named Albrechtsburg, the castle about 965 became the seat of the Meissen margraves, installed by Emperor Otto I when the vast Marca Geronis (Gero's march) was partitioned into five new margraviates, including Meissen, the Saxon ...

  2. Maria Emanuel, Margrave of Meissen - Wikipedia,_Margrave_of...

    Mar 20, 2020 · Life. Born at Prüfening Abbey in Regensburg, Bavaria, he was the eldest child of the then Hereditary Prince Frederick Christian of Saxony, later Margrave of Meissen, and Princess Elisabeth Helene of Thurn and Taxis.

  3. Alberto II de Meissen – Wikipédia, a enciclopédia livre,_margrave_de_Meissen

    Alberto II, o Degenerado (em alemão: Albrecht II., der Entartete) (Meissen, 1240 – Erfurt, 20 de novembro de 1314) foi marquês de Meissen, conde da Turíngia e conde palatino da Saxônia. Foi membro da Dinastia Wettin, filho mais velho de Henrique III de Meissen com sua primeira esposa, Constança da Áustria

    • 1288–1292
    • Wettin
  4. Elisabeth Helena de Thurn e Taxis – Wikipédia, a enciclopédia ...

    Princesa Isabel Helena de Thurn e Taxis [1] [2] (em alemão: Elisabeth Helene, Prinzessin von Thurn und Taxis) [2] (15 de dezembro de 1903, Regensburg, Reino da Baviera [1] [2] – 22 de outubro de 1976, Munique, Baviera, Alemanha) [1] [2] foi uma Princesa de Thurn e Taxis por nascimento e uma Princesa e Duquesa da Saxônia, Margravine de Meissen, e titular Rainha consorte da Saxônia ...

  5. Soberanos de Turingia - Wikipedia

    Enrique III el Pernomáu, margrave de Meissen y Lusacia dende 1221; Alberto II el Malu o "el Dexeneráu", fíu, margrave de Meissen dende 1288 hasta 1292, vendió Turingia a *1294-1298; Adolfo de Nassau-Weilburg, rei d'Alemaña (non Wettin) 1298-1307 Alberto I d'Habsburgu, rei d'Alemaña (non Wettin)

  6. Dresden: A Real Holocaust | National Vanguard

    The city itself was originally founded around 1206 and became the capital of Heinrich the Illustrious, Margrave of Meissen, in 1270. After his death, Wenceslaus of Bohemia took possession, followed by the Margrave of Brandenburg. Early in the 14th century it was restored to the Margrave of Meissen.

  7. File:Coat of Arms of the Kingdom of Saxony 1806-1918.svg ...

    Mar 10, 2020 · This file contains additional information such as Exif metadata which may have been added by the digital camera, scanner, or software program used to create or digitize it.

    • 5 November 2017
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    • English: Coat of Arms of the Kingdom of Saxony 1806-1918
    • Glasshouse, using elements by Sodacan, Trondivers and katepanomegas
  8. Dresden Facts for Kids - Kiddle

    Mar 11, 2020 · Another settlement existed on the northern bank, but its Slavic name is unknown. It was known as Antiqua Dresdin by 1350, and later as Altendresden, both literally "old Dresden". Dietrich, Margrave of Meissen, chose Dresden as his interim residence in 1206, as documented in a record calling the place "Civitas Dresdene".

  9. GORGEOUS GREEN AND OCHRE RINGS Germany Saxe-Weimar-Eisenach ...

    The full grand ducal style was Grand Duke of Saxe-Weimar-Eisenach, Landgrave in Thuringia, Margrave of Meissen, Princely Count of Henneberg, Lord of Blankenhayn, Neustadt and Tautenburg. The Saxe-Weimar-Eisenach branch has been the most genealogically senior extant branch of the House of Wettin since 1672.

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  10. This day in history (Nov. 20) | The Inyo Register

    1314 – Albert II, Margrave of Meissen (b. 1240) 1316 – John I of France (b. 1316) 1437 – Thomas Langley, English bishop and politician, Lord Chancellor of England (b. 1363) 1518 – Marmaduke Constable, English courtier and soldier (b. 1458) 1518 – Pierre de la Rue, Belgian singer and composer (b. 1452)