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  1. Margaret I of Denmark - Wikipedia

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    In 1389 she proclaimed her great-nephew, Bogislav, who changed his name to Eric of Pomerania (grandson of Henry of Mecklenburg), king of Norway, having adopted him and his sister Catherine. In 1396, homage was rendered to him in Denmark and Sweden, while Margaret once again assumed the regency during his minority.

    • 10 August 1387 – 28 October 1412
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  2. The Eighteenth Century, Part III: 1750-1775 | Novelas | Fandom

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    This covers the third quarter of the eighteenth century. For the first ten years of the last quarter of the eighteenth century, see The Eighteenth Century, Part IV: 1775-1785. 1750 January 1- On January 1, 1750, vigorous New Year's celebrations were held throughout the Laurasian Empire, marking the commencement of the year 1750 and of the third quarter of the eighteenth century (1750-1775). By ...

  3. Margaret I of Denmark : definition of Margaret I of Denmark ...

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    So long as the union was insecure, Margaret had tolerated the presence of the Riksråd, but their influence was minor and the Royal authority remained supreme.The offices of High Constable and Earl Marshal were left vacant; the Danehof fell into ruin, and the great Queen, an ideal despot, [clarification needed] ruled through her court officials, who served as a superior kind of clerk.

  4. Albert King - Find link - Edward Betts

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    Richardis of Schwerin, Queen of Sweden (206 words) no match in snippet view article find links to article 1377 (aged 29–30) Stockholm Burial Stockholm Dominican Church Spouse Albert, King of Sweden Issue Eric I, Duke of Mecklenburg Richardis Catherine, Duchess

  5. L.C.Geerts

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    Richardis, born c.1203, Haarlem, died 3 January 1262; William, born c. 1206, Haarlem, Regent of Holland 1234-1238, died 30 August 1238; Otto, born c. 1208, 's-Gravenzande, Regent of Holland 1238-1239, Bishop of Utrecht, died 3 April 1249; Florence IV, born 24 June 1210, 's-Gravenzande, murdered Corbie, France 19 July 1234, buried Rijnsburg

  6. JDA's Ancestors; Generations 26 - 27

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    Jamie's Ancestors; Generations 26 - 27. Here's the third section of my giant Ahnenreihe. (Refer to the first section for explanations.)

  7. The Hague - Unionpedia, the concept map

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    The Hague (Den Haag,, short for 's-Gravenhage) is a city on the western coast of the Netherlands and the capital of the province of South Holland. 7955 relations.

  8. Full text of "Handbook to Christian and ecclesiastical Rome"

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    Full text of "Handbook to Christian and ecclesiastical Rome" See other formats ...

  9. See other formats - Internet Archive

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    Full text of "Handbook To Christian And Ecclesiastical Rome: Part 3, Monasticism In Rome, and Part 4, Ecclesiastical Rome (In 1 Volume)" See other formats

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