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  1. Henry the Lion - Wikipedia

    4 days ago · Henry the Lion (German: Heinrich der Löwe; 1129/1131 – 6 August 1195) was a member of the Welf dynasty and Duke of Saxony, as Henry III, from 1142, and Duke of Bavaria, as Henry XII, from 1156, the duchies which he held until 1180.

  2. Henry IV, Holy Roman Emperor - Wikipedia,_Holy_Roman_Emperor

    6 days ago · At Christmas 1052, the Emperor made Henry the duke of Bavaria. Archbishop Hermann crowned Henry King of Germany in Aachen on 17 July 1054. On this occasion, Henry's two-year-old younger brother, Conrad, most likely received Bavaria from their father. When Conrad died in 1055, the Emperor gave Bavaria to Empress Agnes.

  3. Henry III, Holy Roman Emperor - Wikipedia,_Holy_Roman_Emperor

    1 day ago · Henry's consensus with Aribert was an attempt to solve the old interior imperial conflict with Conrad. When Adalbero I of Eppenstein was deposed by Conrad, Henry also inherited the Duchy of Carinthia, by which he became triple-duke (Bavaria, Swabia, and Carinthia) on top of being triple-king of Germany, Burgundy and Italy.

  4. Dictionary of National Biography, 1885-1900/Mary I (1516-1558 ...

    5 days ago · Towards the end of Henry's reign the emperor once more suggested a matrimonial alliance between Mary and himself, and when Duke Philip of Bavaria revisited England in 1546, he too renewed his old proposal. But on 23 Jan. 1546–7 Henry died, and, despite the numerous negotiations, Mary was still unmarried.

  5. Matilda of Ringelheim - Wikipedia

    4 days ago · Matilda of Ringelheim (c. 892 – 14 March 968), also known as Saint Matilda, was a Saxon noblewoman. Due to her marriage to Henry I in 909, she became the first Ottonian queen . [2] Her eldest son, Otto I , restored the Holy Roman Empire in 962. [3]

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  7. October 21, 1369: Death of Charles VI, King of France ...

    5 days ago · Charles the Mad, Duke of Burgundy, House of Valois, Isabeau of Bavaria-Ingolstadt, King Charles VI of France, Kingdom of France, Philip the Bold, Pope Pius II Charles VI (December 3, 1369 – October 21, 1422), called the Beloved and later the Mad, was King of France for 42 years, from 1380 until his death in 1422.

  8. Interesting characters - CK3 Wiki

    Oct 19, 2020 · Prine Karlmann, Duke of Bavaria: The eldest son of Ludwig the German, Karlmann rebelled against his father and forced him to give control over the lands of Bavaria. He will expand this domain in wars with the Slavs to the east and later on even be elected King of Italy - even though an unfortunate stroke will force him to abdicate the thrones ...

  9. Dictionary of National Biography, 1885-1900/Wriothesley ...

    5 days ago · Henry Wriothesley, second Earl of Southampton (1545–1581), only surviving son of the first earl, was christened on 24 April 1545 ‘at St. Andrewes in Holborne with great solempnity, the kinges Majestie godfather; the Erle of Essex deputy for the kinge; the Duke of Suffolke the other godfather; my Lady Mary godmother at the christninge; and ...

  10. Horses - Custom Set

    5 days ago · 2GUL 1855 BAVARIA - MADONNA COLUMN NGC MS 63 Purchased on 4/22/2012. This is a 5-year design type coin, produced from 1816-1820. Keeping track of monetary conversion in the German states can be somewhat complicated. The Hannoverian Thaler at the time this coin was minted was the standard of trade in the state.

  11. Violin Making In Northern Europe in the time of the Amatis ...

    Oct 19, 2020 · Benjamin Hebbert's contribution to the Virtual 2020 Annual Convention of the Violin Society of America. Building on the BVMA conference of 2019: Early Violin Makers of Northern Europe, 1560-1725 that Ben chaired and organised, the following two papers are his synopsis of his own research coupled with the emerging threads of that conference.