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  1. Swabia - Wikipedia › wiki › Swabia

    4 days ago · The counts of Württemberg, Oettingen, and Hohenberg were induced to join in 1340. The defeat of the city league by Count Eberhard II of Württemberg in 1372 led to the formation of a new league of fourteen Swabian cities on 4 July 1376.

  2. House of Habsburg - Wikipedia › wiki › Austrian_royal_family_Habsburg

    By the second half of the 13th century, count Rudolph IV (1218–1291) had become an influential territorial lord in the area between the Vosges Mountains and Lake Constance. On 1 October 1273, he was elected as a compromise candidate as King of the Romans and received the name Rudolph I of Germany . [7]

  3. Amsterdam - Wikipedia › wiki › Amsterdam

    3 days ago · Amsterdam was founded at the Amstel, that was dammed to control flooding, and the city's name derives from the Amstel dam. Originating as a small fishing village in the late 12th century, Amsterdam became one of the most important ports in the world during the Dutch Golden Age of the 17th century, and became the leading centre for finance and ...

  4. Liste von Medailleuren – Wikipedia › wiki › Liste_von_Medailleuren

    5 days ago · Name Lebensdaten Wirkungszeit Land Bemerkung A Aarre Aaltonen: 1889 Pöytyä - 1980 Helsinki: 20. Jh. Finnland Entwurf der 500 Markkaa 1952 Münze für die Olympiade in Helsinki: Pieter van Abeele: 17. Jh., 1640–1677 Niederlande Alessandro Abondio: ca. 1570/80 – 1648 16. Jh. Italien Antonio Abondio: 1538–1591 16. Jh. Italien Abraham ...