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  1. Otto I, Count Palatine of Mosbach - Wikipedia

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    Otto I (24 August 1390 – 5 July 1461) was the Count Palatine of Mosbach from 1410 until 1448, and the Count Palatine of Mosbach-Neumarkt from 1448 until 1461. Life [ edit ] Otto's gravestone, in front of the wall monument to his son John, at Reichenbach.

  2. Otto II, Count Palatine of Mosbach-Neumarkt - Wikipedia

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    Otto II Mathematicus (26 June 1435 – 8 April 1499) was the Count Palatine of Mosbach-Neumarkt from 1461 until 1499. Life. Otto was born in 1435 as the eldest son of Otto I, Count Palatine of Mosbach-Neumarkt. He succeeded his father in 1461 and spent most of his life in Neumarkt.

  3. Otto II, Count Palatine of Mosbach-Neumarkt

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    Otto II Mathematicus (26 June 1435 – 8 June 1499) was the Count Palatine of Mosbach-Neumarkt from 1461 until 1499. Life. Otto was born in 1435 as the eldest son of Otto I, Count Palatine of Mosbach-Neumarkt. He succeeded his father in 1461 and spent most of his life in Neumarkt. He managed to end the controversy of Wolfstein, a castle and ...

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    Otto I (24 August 1390 – 5 July 1461) was the Count Palatine of Mosbach from 1410 until 1448, and the Count Palatine of Mosbach-Neumarkt from 1448 until 1461. Life [ edit ] Otto's gravestone, in front of the wall monument to his son John, at Reichenbach.

  5. Otto I, count palatine of Bavaria - geni family tree

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    Otto IV, Count of Wittelsbach (c. 1083-4 August 1156) was a descendant of Count Otto II of Scheyern and Richgard of Weimar-Istrien. Otto entitled himself after Wittelsbach Castle near Aichach from 1116 onwards, served Henry V, Holy Roman Emperor and was Count palatine of Bavaria since 1120.

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  7. Otto I. von Pfalz-Mosbach (1390-1461) | Familypedia | Fandom

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    Otto I. von Pfalz-Mosbach, Herzog von Pfalz-Mosbach, Herzog von Pfalz-Neumarkt, Herzog von Pfalz-Mosbach-Neumarkt, was born 24 August 1390 in Mosbach to Ruprecht III. von der Pfalz (1352-1410) and Elisabeth von Nürnberg (1358-1411) and died 5 July 1461 inKloster Reichenbach of unspecified causes. He married Johanna von Bayern-Landshut (1413-1444) January 1430 JL in Burghausen, Bavaria ...

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  9. This principality was dissolved with the death of Count Palatine Otto II in 1499. The city and adjoining territory reverted to the Electorate of the Palatinate, and Mosbach became the capital of the administrative district of "Oberamt Mosbach". In 1806 the city was made part of the Grand Duchy of Baden.

  10. Mosbach - Historic Tour I

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    The beginnings of the Mosbacher Schloss (Mosbach castle) can probably be traced back to the fortification of the town in the 14th century. Count Palatine Otto I., who was born in the Mosbach castle in 1390 and moved back into it in 1410, as well as his son Otto II., had the residence expanded considerably, though not with splendour, after 1430.