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  1. Welf VI - Wikipedia

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    Welf VI (1115 – 15 December 1191) was the margrave of Tuscany (1152–1162) and duke of Spoleto (1152–1162), the third son of Henry IX, Duke of Bavaria, and a member of the illustrious family of the Welf. Biography

  2. Welf VI (1115-1191) | Familypedia | Fandom

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    Welf VI (1115 – 15 December 1191) was the margrave of Tuscany (1152–1162) and duke of Spoleto (1152–1162), the third son of Henry IX, Duke of Bavaria, and a member of the illustrious Italo-German family of the Welf.

    • 1115
    • Wulfhild von Sachsen (c1075-1126)
    • 15 December 1191 Memmingen, Bavaria, Germany
    • Uta of Calw (c1115)
  3. Welf VI | Military Wiki | Fandom

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    Welf VI (1115 – 15 December 1191) was the margrave of Tuscany (1152–1162) and duke of Spoleto (1152–1162), the third son of Henry IX, Duke of Bavaria, and a member of the illustrious family of the Welf.

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  4. Welf VI. – Wikipedia

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    Welf VI. (* 1115; † 15. Dezember 1191 in Memmingen) aus dem Geschlecht der Welfen, auch der Milde Welf genannt, war Markgraf von Tuszien (Toskana) und Widersacher des staufischen Königs Konrad III.

  5. Welf VI (1115 – 15 December 1191) was the margrave of Tuscany (1152–1162) and duke of Spoleto (1152–1162), the third son of Henry IX, Duke of Bavaria, and a member of the illustrious Italo-German family of the Welf.

  6. Category:Welf VI - Wikimedia Commons

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    English: Welf VI (1115–1191), margrave of Tuscany, duke of Spoleto, enemy of Frederick I Barbarossa.

  7. Welf Dynasty | German history | Britannica

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    Welf III was enfeoffed as duke of Carinthia in 1047, but died in 1055. His German possessions then passed to his nephew Welf IV (d. 1107), whose father was Alberto Azzo II of the House of Este (q.v.). Welf IV began the “Younger House” of Welf. Welf IV became duke of Bavaria as Welf I, in 1070.

  8. Welf VI. - Alemannische Wikipedia

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    Dr Welf VI. (* 1115; † 15. Dezämber 1191 z Memminge) us em Gschlächt vo de Welfe, Übernaame dr Mild Welf, isch Markgroof vo Tuszie und Widersacher vom staufische König Konrad III. gsi.

  9. House of Welf - Wikipedia

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    The House of Welf (also Guelf or Guelph) is a European dynasty that has included many German and British monarchs from the 11th to 20th century and Emperor Ivan VI of Russia in the 18th century.

  10. Welf (776 - c.825) - Genealogy

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    Apr 19, 2020 · This was followed in [1170] by the Historia Welforum, written by an anonymous Swabian cleric in the entourage of Duke Welf [VI]. This repeats the often stated Trojan origin of the Franks, with the migrants settling on the banks of the Rhine, and more specifically the descent of the Welf family from "filiam…senatoris Romani…Katilina"[961].