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  1. Sigismund, Holy Roman Emperor - Wikipedia

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    Sigismund of Luxembourg (15 February 1368 – 9 December 1437) was prince-elector of Brandenburg from 1378 until 1388 and from 1411 until 1415, king of Hungary and Croatia from 1387, king of Germany from 1411, king of Bohemia from 1419, king of Italy from 1431, and Holy Roman emperor from 1433 until 1437, and the last male member of the House of Luxembourg.

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    Sigismund, Holy Roman emperor from 1433, king of Hungary from 1387, German king from 1411, king of Bohemia from 1419, and Lombard king from 1431. The last emperor of the House of Luxembourg, he participated in settling the Western Schism and the Hussite wars in Bohemia. Sigismund, a younger son of

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    Born in Nuremberg, Sigismund was the son of the Holy Roman Emperor, Charles IV, and of his fourth wife, Elizabeth of Pomerania, the granddaughter of King Casimir III of Poland, and the great-granddaughter of the Grand Duke of Lithuania, Gediminas. He was named after Saint Sigismund of Burgundy, the favourite saint of Sigismund's father. From Sigismund's childhood he was nicknamed the \\"ginger fox\\" (liška ryšavá) in the Crown of Bohemia, on account of his hair colour.King Louis the Great of Hun...

    Sigismund married twice but had little luck in securing the succession to his crowns. Each of his two marriages resulted in the birth of one child. His first-born child, probably a son, was born prematurely as a result of a horse riding accident suffered by Queen Mary of Hungary when she was well advanced in pregnancy. Mother and child both died shortly after the birth in the hills of Buda on 17 May 1395. This caused a deep succession crisis because Sigismund ruled over Hungary by right of hi...

    The Reformatio Sigismundi appeared in connection with efforts to reform the Holy Roman Empire during the reign of Emperor Sigismund (1410–1437). It was presented in 1439 at the Council of Basel, published by an anonymous author, and referred to the injustice of the German rulers. It included a vision of Sigismund's about the appearance of a priest-king, Frederick, as well as plans for a wide reform of the monarchy (and emperorship) and the (German) empire.

    Sigismund, by God's grace, Holy Roman Emperor; King of the Romans, of Hungary, Bohemia, Italy, Dalmatia, Croatia, Rama, Serbia, Galicia, Lodomeria, Cumania and Bulgaria; Prince of Silesia and Luxembourg; Margrave of Moravia, Lusatia and Brandenburg.

    Sigismund has been portrayed in several films by different actors. 1. Mircea (1989) 2. The Whore (2010), played by Götz Otto

    1. Kings of Germany family tree 2. Stibor of Stiboricz 3. Clan of Ostoja 4. King Sigismund University

    1. Template:Cite encyclopedia 2. Baum, W. (1996). Císař Zikmund [Emperor Sigismund]. Prague. 3. Hoensch, J. (1996). Kaiser Sigismund: Herrscher an der Schwelle zur Neuzeit, 1368–1437. Munich. 4. Horváth, H. (1937). Zsigmond király és kora [King Sigismund and his age]. Budapest. 5. Kéry, B. (1972). Kaiser Sigismund Ikonographie. Vienna and Munich. 6. Mályusz, E. (1990). Kaiser Sigismond in Ungarn 1387–1437. Budapest. 7. Mályusz, E. (1984). Zsigmond király uralma Magyarországon, 1387–1437 [Kin...

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  4. Sigismund, Holy Roman Emperor | Military Wiki | Fandom

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    Born in Nuremberg, Sigismund was the son of the Holy Roman Emperor, Charles IV, and of his fourth wife, Elizabeth of Pomerania, the granddaughter of King Casimir III of Poland, and the great-granddaughter of the Grand Duke of Lithuania, Gediminas. He was named after Saint Sigismund of Burgundy, the favourite saint of Sigismund's father. From Sigismund's childhood he was nicknamed the \\"ginger fox\\" (liška ryšavá) in Lands of the Bohemian Crown, on account of his hair colour. King Louis the Grea...

    Sigismund married twice but had little luck in securing the succession to his crowns. Each of his two marriages resulted in the birth of one child. His first-born child, probably a son, was born prematurely as a result of a horse riding accident suffered by Queen Mary of Hungary when she was well advanced in pregnancy. Mother and child both died shortly after the birth in the hills of Buda on 17 May 1395. This caused a deep succession crisis because Sigismund ruled over Hungary by right of hi...

    The Reformatio Sigismundi appeared in connexion with efforts to reform the Holy Roman Empire during the reign of Emperor Sigismund (1410–1437). It was presented in 1439 at the Council of Basle, published by an anonymous author, and referred to the injustice of the German rulers. It included a vision of Sigismund's about the appearance of a priest-king, Frederick, as well as plans for a wide reform of the monarchy (and emperorship) and the (German) empire.

    1. Bulgarian language:Сигизмунд (Люксембургски) 1. Croatian language:Žigmund (Luksemburški) 1. Czech language:Zikmund (Lucemburský) 1. German language:Sigismund (von Luxemburg) 2. Greek: Σιγισμόνδος (του Λουξεμβούργου) 3. Hungarian language:(Luxemburgi) Zsigmond 4. Italian language:Sigismondo (del Lussemburgo) 1. Lithuanian language:Zigmantas Liuksemburgietis 1. Polish language:Zygmunt (Luksemburski) 1. Romanian language:Sigismund de Luxemburg 1. Serbian language:Жигмунд (Луксембуршки) / Žig...

    Holy Roman Emperor; King of the Romans, Hungary, Bohemia, Italy, Dalmatia, Croatia, Rama, Serbia, Galicia, Lodomeria, Cumania and Bulgaria; Prince of Silesia and Luxembourg; Margrave of Moravia, Lusatia and Brandenburg.

    Sigismund has been portrayed in several films by different actors. 1. Mircea (1989) 2. John Hus (1977) 3. The Whore (2010), played by Götz Otto

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    1. Bak, János (1998). \\"Hungary: Crown and Estates\\". In Christopher Almand. New Cambridge Medieval History vol. VII. c. 1415–c. 1500. Cambridge: CUP. pp. 707–27. 2. Baum, W. (1996). Císař Zikmund [Emperor Sigismund]. Prague. 3. Hoensch, J. (1996). Kaiser Sigismund: Herrscher an der Schwelle zur Neuzeit, 1368–1437. Munich. 4. Horváth, H. (1937). Zsigmond király és kora [King Sigismund and his age]. Budapest. 5. Kéry, B. (1972). Kaiser Sigismund Ikonographie. Vienna and Munich. 6. Mályusz, E. (...

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    May 19, 2019 · Sigismund, Holy Roman Emperor From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Sigismund (February 14, 1368 – December 9, 1437) was Holy Roman Emperor for four years from 1433 until 1437, and the last Emperor of the House of Luxemburg. He was also one of the longest ruling Kings of Hungary, reigning for fifty years from 1387 to 1437.

  6. Holy Roman Emperor Sigismund of Luxemburg - 1433-1437

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    Holy Roman Emperor Sigismund of Luxemburg. Sigismund of Luxemburg (14 February 1368 – 9 December 1437) was Prince-elector of Brandenburg from 1378 until 1388 and from 1411 until 1415, King of Hungary and Croatia from 1387, King of Germany from 1411, King of Bohemia from 1419, King of Italy from 1431, and Holy Roman Emperor for four years from 1433 until 1437, the last male member of the ...

  7. Sigismund, Holy Roman Emperor (1368-1437) | Familypedia | Fandom

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    Born in Nuremberg, Sigismund was the son of the Holy Roman Emperor, Charles IV, and of his fourth wife, Elizabeth of Pomerania, the granddaughter of King Casimir III of Poland. He was named after Saint Sigismund of Burgundy, the favourite saint of Sigismund's father. From Sigismund's childhood he was nicknamed the \\"ginger fox\\" (liška ryšavá) in Lands of the Bohemian Crown, on account of his hair colour. King Louis the Great of Hungary and Poland always had a good and close relationship with E...

    Sigismund married twice but had little luck in securing the succession to his crowns. Each of his two marriages resulted in the birth of one child. His first-born child, probably a son, was born prematurely as a result of a horse riding accident suffered by Queen Mary of Hungary when she was well advanced in pregnancy. Mother and child both died shortly after the birth in the hills of Buda on 17 May 1395. This caused a deep succession crisis because Sigismund ruled over Hungary by right of hi...

    The Reformatio Sigismundi appeared in connexion with efforts to reform the Holy Roman Empire during the reign of Emperor Sigismund (1410–1437). It was presented in 1439 at the Council of Basle, published by an anonymous author, and referred to the injustice of the German rulers. It included a vision of Sigismund's about the appearance of a priest-king, Frederick, as well as plans for a wide reform of the monarchy (and emperorship) and the (German) empire.

    1. Bulgarian: Сигизмунд (Люксенбургски) 2. Croatian: Žigmund (Luksemburški) 3. Czech: Zikmund (Lucemburský) 4. German: Sigismund (von Luxemburg) 5. Hungarian: (Luxemburgi) Zsigmond 6. Italian: Sigismondo (del Lussemburgo) 7. Lithuanian: Zigmantas Liuksemburgietis 8. Polish: Zygmunt (Luksemburski) 9. Romanian: Sigismund de Luxemburg 10. Serbian: Жигмунд (Луксембуршки) / Žigmund (Luksemburški) 11. Slovak: Žigmund (Luxemburský) 12. Slovene: Sigismund (Luksemburški) 13. Spanish: Segismundo (de L...

    Holy Roman Emperor; King of the Romans, Hungary, Bohemia, Italy, Dalmatia, Croatia, Rama, Serbia, Galicia, Lodomeria, Cumania and Bulgaria; Prince of Silesia and Luxembourg; Margrave of Moravia, Lusatia and Brandenburg.

    1. Kings of Germany family tree. 2. St. Nicholas’ Deanery Church, Znojmo 3. Stibor of Stiboricz 4. Clan of Ostoja

    Sigismund has been portrayed in several films by different actors. 1. Mircea (1989) 2. John Hus (1977) 3. The Whore (2010), played by Götz Otto

    1. This article incorporates text from the Encyclopædia Britannica Eleventh Edition, a publication now in the public domain.

    1. Bak, János (1998). \\"Hungary: Crown and Estates\\". In Christopher Almand. New Cambridge Medieval History vol. VII. c. 1415–c. 1500. Cambridge: CUP. pp. 707–27. 2. Baum, W. (1996). Císař Zikmund [Emperor Sigismund]. Prague. 3. Hoensch, J. (1996). Kaiser Sigismund: Herrscher an der Schwelle zur Neuzeit, 1368–1437. Munich. 4. Horváth, H. (1937). Zsigmond király és kora. Budapest. 5. Kéry, B. (1972). Kaiser Sigismund Ikonographie. Vienna and Munich. 6. Mályusz, E. (1990). Kaiser Sigismond in Un...

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    Born in Nuremberg, Sigismund was the son of the Holy Roman Emperor Charles IV and of his fourth wife Elizabeth of Pomerania, the granddaughter of King Casimir III of Poland. King Louis the Great of Hungary and Poland always had a good and close relationship with Emperor Charles IV, and Sigismund was betrothed to Louis' eldest daughter Mary in 1374.

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    Sigismund of Luxembourg (15 February 1368 in Nuremberg – 9 December 1437 in Znaim, Moravia) was Prince-elector of Brandenburg from 1378 until 1388 and from 1411 until 1415, King of Hungary and Croatia from 1387, King of Germany from 1411, King of Bohemia from 1419, King of Italy from 1431, and Holy Roman Emperor for four years from 1433 until 1437, the last male member of the House of ...

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    Sigismund's debut in the political life of eastern Europe occurred at the age of 17, when the death of Louis the Great of Hungary left the crown of Hungary to Louis's daughter Mary (reigned 1382-1395) and to Sigismund, her fiancé. After invading Hungary, Sigismund was recognized as king in 1387 but at the cost of losing Poland to the Jagiellon dynasty of Lithuania and, after 1389, of losing large portions of southern and eastern Hungarian territory to the Ottoman Turks, who established their...

    Having spent much of his youth in Hungary, Sigismund was unknown in the West when he was elected emperor in 1411. He was a brave fighter, as his conduct at Nicopolis and elsewhere testified. Sigismund was reasonably well educated, he was a good Latinist, and he remained a patron of learning. In addition to these attributes, however, Sigismund had less attractive ones. He had many amorous adventures; he was subject to fits of extreme cruelty; and his limitless ambition to make his imperial tit...

    Sigismund's last years were spent in diplomatic activities on the borders of his wide territories. Problems in Poland, the Bohemian revolt, the Turks in Hungary, and political factionalism in Germany wore the Emperor down. His own limited resources and resistance on the part of his subjects and rivals in the kingdoms over which he ruled made all his attempts at reform fruitless. The settlement that he had greatly helped the Church to achieve was threatened at the Council of Basel, which laste...

    The Cambridge Medieval History, edited by J. B. Bury (8 vols., 1913-1936), gives a good account of Sigismund's reign. William Stubbs, Germany in the Later Middle Ages, 1200-1500, edited by Arthur Hassall (1908), contains a chapter on Sigismund, and its conclusions can be checked with those of Geoffrey Barraclough, The Origins of Modern Germany (1946; 2d rev. ed. 1957). Standard histories of the Hussite movement, such as Frederick G. Heymann, John Zizka and the Hussite Revolution (1955), and o...