Yahoo Web Search

  1. Ulrich, Duke of Württemberg - Wikipedia

    en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ulrich,_Duke_of_Württemberg

    Duke Ulrich was born 8 February 1487 and his mother died in his birth. His father, Henry, Count of Württemberg, was mentally deranged, likely as a result of his three-year imprisonment by Duke Charles the Bold of Burgundy, [citation needed] was banished to Hohenurach Castle in the County of Urach, and his only guardian died when he was nine years of age.

  2. Ulrich von Württemberg, Graf von Württemberg (1291 - 1344 ...

    www.geni.com/people/Ulrich-III-count-of...

    Genealogy for Ulrich von Württemberg, Graf von Württemberg (1291 - 1344) family tree on Geni, with over 200 million profiles of ancestors and living relatives. People Projects Discussions Surnames

  3. Ulrich I. von Württemberg (c1226-1265) | Familypedia | Fandom

    familypedia.wikia.org/wiki/Ulrich_I._von...

    Ulrich I. von Württemberg, Graf von Württemberg, was born circa1226 and died 25 February 1265 of unspecified causes. He married Mechthild von Baden (-1259) 1251 JL . He married Agnes von Liegnitz (c1243-1265) circa1259 JL .

    • 96LP-45
    • Agnes von Liegnitz (c1243-1265)
    • Mechthild von Baden (-1259)
    • 1251
  4. Ulrich V. von Württemberg-Stuttgart (1413-1480) | Familypedia ...

    familypedia.wikia.org/wiki/Ulrich_V._von...

    Ulrich V. von Württemberg-Stuttgart, Graf von Württemberg, Graf von Württemberg-Stuttgart, was born 1413 to Eberhard IV. von Württemberg (1388-1419) and Henriette de Montfaucon (1387-1444) and died 1 September 1480 inLeonberg, Baden-Wuerttemberg, Germany of unspecified causes.

    • 96LL-TC
    • 1441 Stuttgart, Germany
    • Marguerite de Savoie (1420-1479)
    • 8 February 1445 Stuttgart, Germany
  5. People also ask

    Who was ulrich von hutten?

    What does Wurttemberg mean?

    What is Germany's territory?

    What is the history of Stuttgart Germany?

  6. Genealogy for Ulrich "Pollex" von Württemberg, Graf von Württemberg (1226 - 1265) family tree on Geni, with over 200 million profiles of ancestors and living ...

    • Irmgard von Ulten, Hartmann von Württemberg, Eberhard I, Graf von Württemberg
  7. WÜRTTEMBERG - FMG

    fmg.ac/Projects/MedLands/WURTTEMBERG.htm

    ULRICH von Württemberg (Reichenweier, Alsace 8 Feb 1487-Tübingen 6 Nov 1550, bur Tübingen St Georg). He succeeded in 1498, and from 1503 to 1519, as ULRICH Herzog von Württemberg. While out hunting in 1515 he murdered his stable master Hans von Hutten, whose wife he was trying to seduce. An Imperial warrant was issued against him.

  8. Crossbow of Count Ulrich V of Württemberg (1413–1480) dated 1460

    www.metmuseum.org/art/collection/search/21940

    Dated 1460 in the carved staghorn decoration, this is the earliest known dated crossbow in existence. The staghorn is inscribed with the coats of arms of Württemberg and Savoy, referring to the owner, Count Ulrich V of Württemberg (1413–1480), and his third wife, Princess Marguerite of Savoy (1420–1479).

  9. Württemberg | historical state, Germany | Britannica

    www.britannica.com/place/Wurttemberg

    Württemberg, former German state, successively a countship, a duchy, a kingdom, and a republic before its partition after World War II. Its territory approximated the central and eastern areas of present-day Baden-Württemberg (q.v.) Land (state), of Germany.

  10. Ulrich von Hutten - Wikipedia

    en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ulrich_von_Hutten

    But the murder in 1515 of his relative Hans von Hutten by Ulrich, duke of Württemberg changed the whole course of Hutten's life; satire, chief refuge of the weak, became his weapon. With one hand he took his part in the famous Epistolæ Obscurorum Virorum (The Letters of Obscure Men), and with the other launched scathing letters, eloquent ...

  11. Kingdoms of Germany - Württemberg

    www.historyfiles.co.uk/KingListsEurope/Germany...

    Württemberg. During the general collapse of East Francia, or Germany, in the twelfth century, Swabia's dissolution left the way clear for its main successors to emerge from the shadows. Württemberg and Baden grew to encompass most of Swabia's former territory.