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  1. Counts of Celje - Wikipedia

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    In 1418 Count Hermann II inherited the Carinthian and Carniolan estates of the extinct Counts of Ortenburg. In 1410 Sigismund had been elected King of the Romans and was crowned Holy Roman Emperor in 1433.

  2. Counts of Cilli | Familypedia | Fandom

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    In 1418 Count Hermann II inherited the Carinthian and Carniolan estates of the extinct Counts of Ortenburg. In 1410 Sigismund had been elected King of the Romans and was crowned Holy Roman Emperor in 1433. In 1436 he elevated the Counts of Cilli to the rank of Princes of the Holy Roman Empire (although they retained their title of Graf (Slovene: grof)). The Habsburgs, whose strongest rivals they had become, reacted with a war that lasted until 1443, when an agreement of mutual inheritance ...

  3. In 1418 Count Hermann II inherited the Carinthian and Carniolan estates of the extinct Counts of Ortenburg. In 1410 Sigismund had been elected King of the Romans and was crowned Holy Roman Emperor in 1433.

  4. Herman II, Count of Cilli and Ortenburg (c1365-1435 ...

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    Herman II, Count of Cilli and Ortenburg, Count of Cilli and Ortenburg, Ban of Croatia, Slavonia and Dalmatia, was born circa13 October 1365 in Bratislava, Slovakia to Herman I, Count of Cilli (c1333-1385) and Katharina Kotromanić (c1336-c1396) and died 1435 of unspecified causes. Notable...

    • 13 October 1365 Bratislava, Slovakia
    • Herman I, Count of Cilli (c1333-1385)
    • 1435
    • Katharina Kotromanić (c1336-c1396)
  5. Medieval Politics in Present-Day Slovenia: Counts of Celje

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    One of the most successful feudal families that emerged in the present-day Slovenia and seriously challenged the dominance of the Habsburgs were Counts of Celje (GER: Grafen von Cilli), who were elevated to the rank of Princes in 1436, following a successful series of military campaigns and the marriage policies of Hermann II. Hermann II, who is mostly known to Slovenian historic memory as the person who killed his daughter-in-law Veronica of Desenice, managed to establish a relationship of ...

  6. Hermann I of Celje - Wikipedia

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    Life. Little is known of Hermann's early life. He was the second-born son of Frederick of Sanneck, first Count of Celje, and his wife Diemut from the noble Wallsee family.. His father had inherited the Celje Castle and took possession of it in 1332, but it's unclear whether Hermann was born there or in the nearby Žovnek Castle, their ancestral ho

  7. November 9 in Slovenian History: End of the Counts of Celje

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    The only heirs of the Counts of Celje now were Frederick II and his son Ulrik II, so Hermann II released his son from jail. Hermann II, however, was still reluctant to entrust Frederick with the management of the family estates. In 1429 Frederick II was given the title Count of Zagorje by King Sigismund of Hungary, something Hermann probably ...

  8. The count Hermann II had his own son – Frederick II locked up in the tower because of his love and marriage to a commoner Veronika of Desenice. The chronicles of the Counts of Celje suggest that Herman II also initiated a trial against Veronika accusing her of witchcraft. She was acquitted by the court and murdered by being drowned in 1425.

  9. (PDF) Anna of Celje (Cilli): In Search of the Overlooked ...

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    Later on, it highlights the so far overlooked testament, written by Hermann II of Celje (* ca. 1360; † 1435) in 1396, the only source on the period of Anna of Celje, which corrects some misinterpretations about her youth and role at the court in Celje.

  10. Graafin Barbara von Luxemburg (of Celje) (c.1392 - 1451 ...

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    Genealogy profile for Barbara of Cilli, Holy Roman Empress Graafin Barbara von Luxemburg (of Celje) (c.1392 - 1451) - Genealogy Genealogy for Graafin Barbara von Luxemburg (of Celje) (c.1392 - 1451) family tree on Geni, with over 200 million profiles of ancestors and living relatives.

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