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  1. Conrad (name) - Wikipedia

    It is derived from the Proto-Germanic name Konrad, from conja meaning "bold" and rad "counsel". It was the name of a 10th-century bishop of Constance, and became popular in post- medieval English and post- medieval French. It regained popularity in the English-speaking world in the 19th century.

    • "bold counsel"
  2. Conrad I, duke of Swabia - geni family tree

    Conrad. German: Konrad, Russian: Куно. Also Known As: "Kuno von Öhningen", "Kuno", "Cuno", "Conrad", "Cono", "Kuno von Wetterau", "de Oehningen", "Kuno Count of Ohningen". Birthdate: circa 925. Birthplace: Elsass, Germany / Alsace, France. Death:

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  4. Salian dynasty - Wikipedia

    Conrad, the elder son of Duke Conrad I of Carinthia and Matilda of Swabia, was born between 1002 and 1005. He was underage when his father died in 1011. He inherited his father's patrimonial lands, but Emperor Henry II made Adalbero of Eppelstein the new duke of Carinthia.

  5. The Conradines or Conradiner were a dynasty of Franconian counts and dukes in the 8th to 11th Century, named after Duke Conrad the Elder and his son King Conrad I of Germany. References ↑ "Germany, the Stem Duchies & Marches" .

  6. Conrad III of Germany - Wikipedia

    As the name came from the Hohenstaufen Castle (built in 1105) Conrad's great-grandfather Frederick of Staufen was count in the Riesgau and in 1053 became Swabian Count palatine. His son Frederick of Buren probably resided near present-day Wäschenbeuren and about 1050 married Countess Hildegard of Egisheim - Dagsburg from Alsace .

    • 7 March 1138 – 15 February 1152
    • Lothair III
  7. Conrad (c.923 - 993) - Genealogy

    Jan 15, 2020 · CONRAD, son of RUDOLF II King of Upper Burgundy & his wife Bertha of Swabi a ([922/25]-Vienne 19 Oct 993, bur Vienne, cathédrale Saint-Maurice). He is named "Chuonradus rex filio Rodulfi" in his charter dated 23 Apr 943. He succeeded his father in 937 as CONRAD I "le Pacifique" King of Burgundy.

  8. Hohenstaufen - Wikipedia

    The Hohenstaufen (/ ˈ h oʊ ə n ʃ t aʊ f ən / HOH-ən-shtow-fən, US also / ˌ h oʊ ə n ˈ ʃ t aʊ f ən,-s t aʊ-/-⁠ S(H)TOW-fən, German: [ˌhoːənˈʃtaʊfn̩]), also called Staufer, was a noble dynasty of unclear origin that rose to rule the Duchy of Swabia from 1079 and to royal rule in the Holy Roman Empire during the Middle Ages from 1138 until 1254.

  9. Elder House of Welf - Wikipedia

    The oldest known member of the Swabian group was Welf I, a count in Swabia who was first mentioned in 842. According to legend, Welf I was a son of Conrad, son of Welf, count of Altdorf, the ancestor of the Burgundian group. This relationship is considered probable because both Conrad and Welf I were counts of Linzgau and Alpgau.

  10. Babenberg - Wikipedia

    Babenberg was a noble dynasty of Austrian margraves and dukes.Originally from Bamberg in the Duchy of Franconia (present-day Bavaria), the Babenbergs ruled the Imperial Margraviate of Austria from its creation in 976 AD until its elevation to a duchy in 1156, and from then until the extinction of the line in 1246, whereafter they were succeeded by the House of Habsburg.

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