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  1. A History of Germany in the Middle Ages by Ernest Flagg Henderson

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    This is another cheap Kindle version of a public domain book, this time offered by The Pergamum Collection (I got it for free some time ago). Originally written in 1894 as the first volume of an English guide to German history, it covers from Roman times to the end of the Hohenstaufen dynasty in the mid-13th century.

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  2. Category:House of Hohenstaufen (Sicily) - Wikimedia Commons

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    Conrad IV of Germany‎ ... Henry (VII) of Germany‎ (5 C, 1 P, 1 F) I ... Flag of the Kingdom of Sicily (Hohenstaufen) ...

  3. Sep 09, 2020 · Germany, country of north-central Europe. Although Germany existed as a loose polity of Germanic-speaking peoples for millennia, a united German nation in roughly its present form dates only to 1871. Modern Germany is a liberal democracy that has become ever more integrated with and central to a united Europe.

  4. The Hohenstaufen Dynasty, 1138-1254 – Medieval Germany ...

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    By the time of Frederick’s death in 1250, there was little centralized power in Germany. The Great Interregnum (1256-73), a period of anarchy in which there was no emperor and German princes vied for individual advantage, followed the death of Frederick’s son Conrad IV in 1254.

  5. 1254 - Conrad IV of Germany (b. 1228) 1471 – King Henry VI of England (b. 1421) 1481 – King Christian I of Denmark, Norway and Sweden (b. 1426) 1512 - Pandolfo Petrucci, Italian ruler (b. 1452) 1542 – Hernando de Soto, Spanish explorer and conquistador (b. c. 1496) 1639 - Tommaso Campanella, Italian theologian (b. 1568)

  6. Emperor Wilhem sends 500 Imperial troops to the Tirnland to bolster Conrad IV's 2,400 soldiers. The Nachtsburg castle, which was the only castle in the Tirnland, and seat of the Council, started distributing arms to those who could fight. Minor skirmishes ensued, leaving 47 of Conrad's soldiers dead, and 230 Tirnlanders dead.

  7. Colmar (Municipality, Haut-Rhin, France) - CRW Flags

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    Other flag of Colmar - Image by Ivan Sache, 6 June 2015. The Town Hall of Colmar sometimes once flew a flag horizontally divided green-red . Ivan Sache, 6 June 2015. Former flag of Colmar - Image by Pascal Vagnat, 6 June 2015. From 1995 to 2002, the municipality used a banner of the medieval arms, that is the same flag as used in the Middle Ages.

  8. History of Germany and its German Heritage

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    The Rise of the Hapsburgs and its Heritage in Germany: The period between the death of Conrad IV in 1254 and the election of Rudolph of Hapsburg in 1273 is known as the Great Interregnum. The right to choose the emperor had been gradually usurped by a few of the powerful nobles, who were called electors, and on the extinction of the ...

  9. Medieval Germany - EuroDocs

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    Jul 22, 2020 · PDF. This partisan, and indeed polemical, history of the conflict between Henry IV of Germany and the Saxon rebels is a strictly contemporary work, believed to have been written in or about the year 1082. (1082; English translation) The Narrative of the Old Persecutions - Mainz Anonymous

  10. Crusader Genoa/Italy/1139-1339AD/Medieval European coin ...

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    Crusader Genoa, 1139-1339 AD. bronze denaro struck under Conrad III. 16-18 mm. coin. (VF) Rare specimen. Original light -green patina. Not cleaned, exactly as pictured. Authenticity guaranteed. Conrad