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  1. History. The principality arose upon the death of the Hohenzollern burgrave Frederick V of Nuremberg on 21 January 1398, when his lands were partitioned between his two sons: the elder, Burgrave John III received Kulmbach-Bayreuth and the younger, Frederick VI, received the Principality of Ansbach.

    Principality of Bayreuth - Wikipedia

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  2. John III, Burgrave of Nuremberg - Wikipedia

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    John III of Nuremberg (c. 1369 – 11 June 1420 in Plassenburg), Margrave of Brandenburg-Kulmbach from the House of Hohenzollern. He was elder son of Frederick V of Nuremberg and Elisabeth of Meissen. Family and children. He was married c. 1381 Margaret of Luxemburg, daughter of Charles IV, Holy Roman Emperor and Elizabeth of Pomerania.

  3. Burgraviate of Nuremberg - Wikipedia

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    The Burgraviate of Nuremberg (German: Burggrafschaft Nürnberg) was a state of the Holy Roman Empire from the early 12th to the late 15th centuries. As a burgraviate, it was a county seated in the town of Nuremberg; almost two centuries passed before the burgraviate lost power over the city, which became independent from 1219.

  4. Frederick V, Burgrave of Nuremberg - Wikipedia

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    Frederick V of Nuremberg (before 3 March 1333 – 21 January 1398) was a Burgrave (Burggraf) of Nuremberg, of the House of Hohenzollern. Life [ edit ] He was the elder son of John II, Burgrave of Nuremberg and Elisabeth of Henneberg .

    • March 3, 1333
    • Elisabeth of Henneberg
  5. Principality of Bayreuth - Wikipedia

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    History. The principality arose upon the death of the Hohenzollern burgrave Frederick V of Nuremberg on 21 January 1398, when his lands were partitioned between his two sons: the elder, Burgrave John III received Kulmbach-Bayreuth and the younger, Frederick VI, received the Principality of Ansbach.

  6. John III, Burgrave of Nuremberg was born in 1369, to Frederick V, Burgrave of Nuremberg and Elisabeth of Meissen. John passed away on June 11 1420, at age 51. John I Nuremberg, 1278 - 1300 John I Nuremberg 1278 1300

  7. Category:John III of Nuremberg - Wikimedia Commons

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    Media in category "John III of Nuremberg" This category contains only the following file. Langenzenn Stadtkirche - Wappen Johann von Nürnberg.jpg 1,712 × 2,560; 1.01 MB

  8. Principality of Bayreuth - WikiMili, The Free Encyclopedia

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    Dec 19, 2019 · History. The principality arose upon the death of the Hohenzollern burgrave Frederick V of Nuremberg on 21 January 1398, when his lands were partitioned between his two sons: the elder, Burgrave John III received Kulmbach-Bayreuth and the younger, Frederick VI, received the Principality of Ansbach.

  9. Principality of Ansbach - Wikipedia

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    History. The principality was established at the death of Frederick V, Burgrave of Nuremberg, on 21 January 1398, when his lands were partitioned between his two sons.The younger son, Frederick VI, received Ansbach and the elder, John III, received Bayreuth.

  10. Principality of Bayreuth

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    John III, Burgrave of Nuremberg • 1769–91 (last) Christian Frederick, Margrave of Brandenburg-Ansbach: Historical era: Middle Ages • Partitioned from ...

  11. Plassenburg - Wikipedia

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    Otto III died in 1285 and the Plassenburg appeared soon afterwards in the hands of his son Otto IV. His son in turn, Count Otto VI of Orlamünde , who was the only Orlamünde since 1323 who was described as "Lord of Plassenburg", pledged this lordship together with the Plassenburg, Kulmbach, Trebgast and Berneck in 1338 to Burgrave John II of ...