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      • In 1608 the Elector Palatine was a leader of the Protestant Union. In 1619/1620 the Elector Palatine, Frederick V, lost in the struggle over the throne of Bohemia (Battle of the White Mountain, 8 November 1620).
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  1. Elector Palatine | Definition of Elector Palatine by Oxford ...

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    What is the definition of Elector Palatine? What is the meaning of Elector Palatine? How do you use Elector Palatine in a sentence? What are synonyms for Elector Palatine?

  2. Electoral Palatinate : definition of Electoral Palatinate and ...

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    The Elector Palatine, now based in Heidelberg, adopted Lutheranism in the 1530s and Calvinism in the 1550s. When the senior branch of the family died out in 1559, the Electorate passed to Frederick III of Simmern , a staunch Calvinist , and the Palatinate became one of the major centers of Calvinism in Europe, supporting Calvinist rebellions in both the Netherlands and France .

  3. palatine - Wiktionary

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    Etymology 1

    Borrowed from Middle French palatin (“palatine”), from Old French, from Medieval Latin palatinus (“imperial, imperial official“, originally “of or belonging to the Palatium“), from Latin palatium (“palace”“, originally a proper noun, “the Palatine Hill“). Doublet of paladin.

    Etymology 2

    Borrowed from French palatin (“relating to the palate”), from Latin palatum (“palate”).

    Etymology

    From ‘Princess Palatine’ Anne Gonzaga, who popularised the garment.

    Pronunciation

    1. IPA(key): /pa.la.tin/

    Noun

    palatine f (plural palatines) 1. (historical) tippet, shoulder cape

    Adjective

    palatine f pl 1. feminine plural of palatino

    Anagrams

    1. entalpia 2. penalità 3. piantale 4. planiate

    Adjective

    palātīne 1. vocative masculine singular of palātīnus

  4. charles i louis elector palatine : definition of charles i ...

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    Charles Louis, (German: Karl I. Ludwig), Elector Palatine KG (22 December 1617 – 28 August 1680) was the second son of Frederick V of the Palatinate, the "Winter King" of Bohemia, and his wife, Princess Elizabeth, daughter of King James I of England (James VI of Scotland).

  5. ludwig iv elector palatine : definition of ludwig iv elector ...

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    Louis IV, Count Palatine of the Rhine (1 January 1424, Heidelberg – 13 August 1449, Worms) was an Elector Palatine of the Rhine from the House of Wittelsbach in 1436 - 1449. Louis IV was the son of Louis III, Elector Palatine and his second wife Matilda of Savoy.

  6. noun. 1 historical A territory under the jurisdiction of a count palatine. ‘For centuries it was a palatinate under the jurisdiction of the bishop.’. More example sentences. ‘The county was made palatinate under the Earl of Chester, a title that now belongs to the Prince of Wales.’.

  7. Frederick_V,_Elector_Palatine : definition of Frederick_V ...

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    As son and heir of Frederick IV, Elector Palatine (1574–1610), Frederick was the hereditary ruler of Electoral Palatinate. (The Electoral Rhenish Circle, of which Electoral Palatinate was a part, is shaded on the map.) Frederick was born on 16 August 1596 at the jagdschloss Deinschwang (a hunting lodge) near Amberg in the Upper Palatinate.

  8. Prince Palatine | Definition of Prince Palatine by Oxford ...

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    Count Palatine. Also occasionally = "earl palatine". Frederick V of Bohemia (1596–1632), Elector Palatine, who in 1613 married Elizabeth, daughter of James I and Anne of Denmark, was also sometimes called Prince Palatine, as was his son Rupert (1619–82).

  9. county palatine of lotharingia : definition of county ...

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    The Elector Palatine, now based in Heidelberg, adopted Lutheranism in the 1530s and Calvinism in the 1550s. When the senior branch of the family died out in 1559, the Electorate passed to Frederick III of Simmern , a staunch Calvinist , and the Palatinate became one of the major centers of Calvinism in Europe, supporting Calvinist rebellions in both the Netherlands and France .

  10. Electors - Historisches Lexikon Bayerns

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    A group of princes formed in the 13th century, which was solely entitled to elect the German king until 1806. In the original form, there were seven electors, three of them spiritual (archbishops of Mainz, Trier, Cologne) and four secular (Bohemia, Palatine, Saxony, Brandenburg).