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  1. GENEALOGÍA CASA REAL ESPAÑOLA: 13 tatarabuelos III

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    Oct 13, 2015 · She was able to read and write in both Danish and German. On 10 April 1502 she married Joachim I Nestor, Elector of Brandenburg, in a double wedding alongside her uncle, the future king Frederick I of Denmark, and her sister-in-law Anna of Brandenburg. Elizabeth and Joachim got along quite well during the first twenty years of their marriage and co-existed harmoniously.

  2. Elisabeth Eleonore von Braunschweig-Wolfenbüttel b. 30 ...

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  3. GENEALOGÍA CASA REAL ESPAÑOLA: 16 tatrabuelos V

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    Jan 16, 2016 · Vartislaw IV married Elisabeth, a daughter of Count Ulrich I of Lindow-Ruppin; they had three sons: Bogislav V, Barnim IV andVartislaw V. John II, Lord of Werle [-Güstrow] nicknamed The Bald (after 1250 – 27 August 1337), was from 1309 to 1316 co-regent of Werle and from 1316 to 1337 Lord of Werle-Güstrow.

  4. Early life - db0nus869y26v.cloudfront.net

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    On 12 September 1445, the wedding ceremony was conducted between Christopher and Dorothea in Copenhagen, followed by the coronation of Dorothea as queen. The King had financed it with a special tax in all three Kingdoms, and the occasion is described as one of the most elaborate in Nordic Medieval history.

  5. Dorothea of Brandenburg - Wikipedia

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    The wedding ceremony was conducted 26 October 1449, followed by the coronation of Christian and herself as king and queen of Denmark. She renounced her existing dower lands in Denmark and Norway, which were replaced with Kalundborg and Samsø in Denmark, and Romerike in Norway, but refused to renounce her Swedish dower lands. [15]

  6. SAXONY NOBILITY - FLEABYTE

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    Reinold Archbishop of Köln issued a charter dated 22 Feb 1166 relating to the division of their inheritance between "domna Elisabeth de Randenrothe…[et] sororem eius comitissam de Mere domnam…Hildegundem", with the consent of "filiorum ac filiarum domne Elisabeth", witnessed by "…Ludolfus de Dassela…" [199]. m---. The name of Ludolf´s ...

  7. Secret Bases · Anna of Oldenburg

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    Life. Anna was born in Oldenburg.. The main characteristic of her policy towards the Reformation was an effort to balance the various confessions and allow them to coexist. She adhered to the faith herself, but saw that among the East Frisian nobility Lutheranism as Zwinglianism were about equally distributed.

  8. RoyalDish - Royal names - page 26

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    Royal names page 1 - RoyalDish is a forum for discussing royalty. The Danish and British Royal Families in particular, so get your snark on!

  9. , Ada De Warenne | Genealogy of a large and diverse family

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    Ada de Warenne (or Adeline de Varenne) (c. 1120 – 1178) was the Anglo-Norman wife of Henry of Scotland, Earl of Northumbria and Earl of Huntingdon. She was the daughter of William de Warenne, 2nd Earl of Surrey by Elizabeth of Vermandois, and a great-granddaughter of Henry I of France.

  10. Arnstein - Find link

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    Ulrich I, Count of Lindow-Ruppin 26. Günther XL, Count of Schwarzburg (453 words) [view diff] exact match in snippet view article find links to article Magdalena (1530–1565), married in 1552, to Count John Albert VI of Mansfeld- Arnstein Amalie (1531–1542) John Günther I, Count of Schwarzburg-Sondershausen (1532–1586)