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Jun 03, 2006 · The current abbot of Muri was a bit reluctant to show this Austrian captain the personal files and documents of the von Habsburg that were stored away in the abbey, but after Karl-Friedrich told him that he was a von Lenzburg, so a Swiss who was just serving in the Austrian army. the abbot completely turned around and acted like Karl-Friedrich ...
Due to his consolidation of Imperial power, his son, Albrecht I Friederich von Hohenzollern, was elevated to Kaiser on March 14th, 1524. Empress-Consort Maria Amilia von Glarus - A brilliant and beautiful young woman from the royal courts of Austria, Maria Amilia immediately dazzled the court of Brandenburg after her marriage to Prince-Elector ...
Oct 08, 2017 · IV. Albert osztrák herceg (németül Albrecht IV., Herzog von Österreich; Bécs, 1377. szeptember 19. – Klosterneuburg, 1404. szeptember 14.) a Habsburg-házból ...
Eitel Friedrich II. Von Hohenzollern (* 1452; † June 18, 1512 in Trier) was a count in the county of Hohenzollern and belonged to the Swabian line of the Hohenzollern.He was the first president of the Reich Chamber Court under the name of Kammerrichter.
Aug 22, 2020 · Rudolph I of Germany. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Rudolph I, also known as Rudolph of Habsburg (German: Rudolf von Habsburg, Latin Rudolfus) May 1, 1218 – July 15, 1291) was King of the Romans from 1273 until his death.
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