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  1. House of Hanover - Wikipedia

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    2 days ago · By semi-Salic law, the House of Hanover would have acceded to the Duchy of Brunswick, but there had been strong Prussian pressure against having George V of Hanover or his son, the Duke of Cumberland, succeed to a member state of the German Empire, at least without strong conditions, including swearing to the German constitution. By a law of ...

  2. William V, Duke of Bavaria - Wikipedia

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    Feb 18, 2021 · William V (29 September 1548 – 7 February 1626), called the Pious, (German: Wilhelm V., der Fromme, Herzog von Bayern) was Duke of Bavaria from 1579 to 1597. Contents 1 Education and early life

    • 24 October 1579 – 15 October 1597 (abdication)
    • Anna of Austria
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  4. Duchess of Brabant (by marriage) - Wikipedia

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    14 hours ago · In 1190, after the death of Godfrey III, Henry I also became Duke of Lotharingia. Formerly Lower Lotharingia, this title was now practically without territorial authority, but was borne by the later Dukes of Brabant as an honorific title. In 1288, the Duchess of Brabant became also Duchess of Limburg.

  5. List of fictional monarchs - Wikipedia

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    1 day ago · Henry IX of England King in The Man In The High Castle by Philip K. Dick, the novel-within-a-novel depicting an alternate universe. The real-life Henry, Duke of Cornwall, the son of Henry VIII and Catherine of Aragon. In the novel-within-a-novel, he continues his father's Schismatic religious policies.

  6. Charles II of Spain - Wikipedia

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    2 days ago · Charles II of Spain (6 November 1661 – 1 November 1700), also known as The Bewitched (Spanish: El Hechizado), was the last Habsburg ruler of the Spanish Empire. He is best remembered for his alleged physical disabilities, and the war that followed his death.

  7. Grand Duchy of Tuscany - Wikipedia

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    6 days ago · The Grand Duchy after 1847. The Duke of Lucca, after negotiations with the Duke of Modena and Reggio and the Grand Duke of Tuscany in the Treaty of Florence (1844), decided to abdicate the throne of Lucca in favor of the Grand Duke of Tuscany Leopoldo II, while the Lucca territories of Montignoso, Gallicano, Minucciano and Castiglione di Garfagnana were given to Modena.

  8. Timeline of Vienna - Wikipedia

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    6 days ago · Henry II, Duke of Austria appoints Vienna as capital city [clarification needed]. Schottenstift founded. 1160 – St. Stephen's Cathedral built. 1221 – Vienna receives rights as staple port. 1278 – City charter granted. 1280 – Jans der Enikel writes the Fürstenbuch, a first history of the city. 1349 – Augustinian Church consecrated.

  9. Duke - Wikipedia

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    Feb 18, 2021 · The title of Duke of Lancaster was created by Edward III in 1351 for Henry of Grosmont, but became extinct upon the duke's death in 1361. The following year, Edward III bestowed the title (2nd creation) on his fourth son, John of Gaunt , who was also married to the first duke's daughter. [3]