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Alexander I of Poland (Alexander Jagellon 1461-1501): Coronation of Alexander at Cracow (1501) by Archbishop Gnesen. On altar behind the bishop is the chalice from which communion will be taken during the service. Three keepers of regalia hold Orb., Sword and Sceptre, symbols of kingship.
The figures are presented against a blue and olive background, en trois quarts, with their hands placed on the windowsill, holding gloves (all except for Sophia, Duchess of Brunswick-Lüneburg). All family members, except for Sigismund I the Old and Catharine of Austria, who both appear as the first figure in each row, face left.
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"Jagiełło" and "Jagiello" redirect here. For other uses, see Jagiełło (disambiguation). For monarchs with similar names, see Ladislaus Jagie...
Catherine Jagellon (1526 - 1583). Queen of Sweden from 1568 until her death in 1583. She the first wife of John III and had two children with him. She raised her son as a Catholic, and tried to influence her husband to convert to Catholicism.
Jagiellonian may also refer form: Jagielloczyk; in Lithuanian it is called Jogailaiiai, to the Jagiellonian University. in Belarusian (Jagajaviy), in Hungarian The Jagiellonian dynasty was a royal dynasty, founded Jagell, and in Czech Jagellonci, as well as Jagello or Jagellon in Latin. 2 Pre-dynasty background The rule of Piasts, the earlier ...
The only Year by Year History of the Jewish people on the WEB. The site includes a linked name index and covers Biographies and major events in Jewish scholarship, anti-Semitism, and events which make Jewish history so fascinating.
Prague was chosen as its capital. At this time Prague was a European city with developed industrial background. In 1930 the population had risen to 850,000. For most of its history Prague had been an ethnically mixed city with important Czech, German, and Jewish populations. Prague had German-speaking near-majority in 1848, but by 1880 the ...
Definitions of Princess Sibylla of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha, synonyms, antonyms, derivatives of Princess Sibylla of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha, analogical dictionary of Princess Sibylla of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha (English)