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  1. Rupert of Palatinate-Mosbach - Wikipedia

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    Rupert of Palatinate-Mosbach was a German nobleman and clergyman. From 1457 to his death he was the forty-third bishop of Regensburg, as Rupert I.

    He was descended from the house of Wittelsbach. His parents were Otto I, Count Palatine of Mosbach and his wife Joanna of Bavaria-Landshut. Rupert's brother Albert became bishop of Strasbourg, whilst his other brother John became a canon and went on pilgrimage to Jerusalem. Albert, Rupert and John were grandsons of Rupert, King of Germany.

    He was recommended as bishop by Frederick III, Holy Roman Emperor, Ladislaus the Posthumous and Louis IX, Duke of Bavaria, leaving pope Callixtus III little option but to confirm the nomination. The original choice had been Henry of Asberg, but this failed and was declared invalid, though Henry later succeeded Rupert after his early death. Rupert defended the prince-bishopric from the Hussites and the robber barons. At a synod held by Rupert sinecure owners were reassigned, whilst he also ensure

  2. Albert of Palatinate-Mosbach - Wikipedia

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    Albert of Palatinate-Mosbach or Albert of Bavaria (German: Albrecht von Pfalz-Mosbach or Albrecht von Bayern) (6 September 1440 – 20 August 1506 in Saverne) was a Roman Catholic clergyman who was bishop of Strasbourg from 1478 to 1506.

  3. Palatinate-Mosbach | History Wiki | Fandom

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    Palatinate-Mosbach was a state of the Holy Roman Empire based around Mosbach and Eberbach in the north of modern Baden-Württemberg, Germany. Palatinate-Mosbach was created in 1410 out of the partition of the Palatinate after the death of King Rupert III for his son Otto. In 1448 Otto inherited half of Palatinate-Neumarkt and purchased the other half, and renamed his state Palatinate-Mosbach ...

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  4. Albert of Palatinate-Mosbach - Unionpedia, the concept map

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    Albert of Palatinate-Mosbach or Albert of Bavaria (German: Albrecht von Pfalz-Mosbach or Albrecht von Bayern) (6 September 1440 – 20 August 1506 in Saverne) was a Roman Catholic clergyman who was bishop of Strasbourg from 1478 to 1506. 28 relations.

  5. Palatinate-Mosbach - Wikipedia

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    Palatinate-Mosbach was a state of the Holy Roman Empire centred on Mosbach and Eberbach in the north of modern Baden-Württemberg, Germany.. Palatinate-Mosbach was created in 1410 out of the partition of the Palatinate after the death of King Rupert III for his son Otto.

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  6. Henry IV of Absberg - WikiMili, The Free Encyclopedia

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    Rupert of Palatinate-Mosbach was a German nobleman and clergyman. From 1457 to his death he was the forty-third bishop of Regensburg, as Rupert I . As bishop, Henry campaigned against the apocalyptic heresies of the Wirsberg brothers in 1466.

  7. House of Palatinate-Neumarkt - WikiMili, The Free Encyclopedia

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    Neumarkt in der Oberpfalz is the capital of the Neumarkt district in the administrative region of the Upper Palatinate, in Bavaria, Germany. With a population of about 40,000, Neumarkt is the seat of various projects, and acts as the economic and cultural center of the western Upper Palatinate, along with Nürnberg, Ingolstadt, and Regensburg.

  8. Electorate of the Palatinate | History Wiki | Fandom

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    The Electorate of the Palatinate was a state of the Holy Roman Empire, based along the Upper Rhine around Heidelberg and Mannheim. The Electorate of the Palatinate emerged from the County Palatine of Lotharingia of the Ezzonian Dynasty. After their extinction in 1195/1196/6, the Counts Palatine lost their military importance and were reduced to their territories along the Rhine, and became ...

  9. VIAF ID: 20758470 (Personal)

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    Ruprecht Pfalz-Mosbach, Pfalzgraf 1437-1465 Ruprecht von Pfalz-Mosbach Bischof von Regensburg VIAF ID: 20758470 (Personal) Permalink: http://viaf.org/viaf/20758470

  10. Mosbach - Wikipedia

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    In 1241 rights and privileges had been granted to Mosbach as an Imperial free city. These rights were lost in 1362 when Mosbach became part of the Electorate of the Palatinate. With the division of the lands of King Rupert in 1410, Mosbach became the capital of a small principality known as Palatinate-Mosbach as the inheritance for his son Otto I.