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  1. Frederick I, Holy Roman Emperor - Wikipedia

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    Born: 1122 Haguenau, Duchy of Swabia, Kingdom of Germany: Died: 10 June 1190 (aged 67–68) Saleph River, Cilician Armenia: Burial

  2. Biography of Frederick I Barbarossa, Holy Roman Emperor

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    Jun 13, 2019 · Died: June 10, 1190 near Saleph River, Cilician Armenia Spouse(s) : Adelheid of Vohburg, Beatrice I, Countess of Burgundy Children : Beatrice, Frederick V, Duke of Swabia, Henry VI, Holy Roman Emperor, Conrad, later renamed Frederick VI, Duke of Swabia, Gisela, Otto I, Count of Burgundy, Conrad II, Duke of Swabia and Rothenburg, Renaud, William ...

  3. Sword of Barbarossa - The Call of Duty Wiki - Infinite ...

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    Following Barbarossa's unexpected demise at the Saleph River in Cilician Armenia, the sword was disassembled, and each of the pieces would be scattered across Germany. Discovery of the Hilt [edit | edit source] During World War II, the hilt of the sword was discovered in a chamber within the salt mines of the sleepy mining town of Mittelburg.

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  4. History of Holy Roman Empire - Timeline - Historydraft

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    Saleph River, Cilician Armenia (Present Day Turkey) Sunday Jun 10, 1190 In 1190, Frederick participated in the Third Crusade and died in the Armenian Kingdom of Cilicia.

  5. What happened on this date in history - Timeline - Historydraft

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    Saleph River, Cilician Armenia (Present Day Turkey) Sunday Jun 10, 1190 In 1190, Frederick participated in the Third Crusade and died in the Armenian Kingdom of Cilicia.

  6. Hilt of Barbarossa - The Call of Duty Wiki - Infinite Warfare ...

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    Following Barbarossa's unexpected demise at the Saleph River in Cilician Armenia, the sword was disassembled, and each of the pieces would be scattered across Germany. Discovery of the Hilt [edit | edit source] During World War II, the hilt of the sword was discovered in a chamber within the salt mines of the sleepy mining town of Mittelburg.

  7. THE WOLF AND THE LION: The Death of Frederick Barbarossa ...

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    May 31, 2014 · On June 10, 1190, the weakened German army reached the Saleph River in Cilician Armenia, not far from the Holy Land. As Frederick led his men across the shallow but fast-flowing river, he fell into the water and drowned. Barbarossa’s son, the Duke of Swabia, tried to unite what was left of the crumbling German army, but failed.

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  9. The Eagle of the Bosporus | Page 4 | alternatehistory.com

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    Jul 29, 2011 · At the Saleph River, disaster nearly struck. Frederick Barbarossa, the Emperor of the Holy Roman Empire, was thrown from his horse and nearly drowned. At first, rumors spread word that the Emperor had drowned. Strong men, who had grown up in a world where the sixty-eight year old emperor had been emperor longer than they had been alive, wept ...

  10. LEVON (LEO) I of CILICIA, 1198-1218, SILVER TRAM | Coin Talk

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    In 1190 he arrived quite depleted in Cilicia, (the "land of the Armenians" which he did not betray), where his armies were re-supplied and aided by the then Prince Levon. (He died on June 10, 1190, in the river Saleph in Cilicia). For his deeds, Leo won the favor of Pope Celestine III, who approved of his coronation.