Dukes of Saxony

Dukes of Saxony
Henry the Fowler, Lothair Iii, Holy Roman Emperor, Henry the Lion, Albert the Bear, Widukind, George, Duke of Saxony, Albert Iii, Duk

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  • Release : 2013-09
  • Pages : 28
  • ISBN : 9781230502168
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 27. Chapters: Henry the Fowler, Lothair III, Holy Roman Emperor, Henry the Lion, Albert the Bear, Widukind, George, Duke of Saxony, Albert III, Duke of Saxony, Henry X, Duke of Bavaria, Otto I, Holy Roman Emperor, Bernhard, Count of Anhalt, Albert II, Duke of Saxony, Albert I, Duke of Saxony, Frederick I, Elector of Saxony, Henry IV, Duke of Saxony, John I, Duke of Saxony, Bernard II, Duke of Saxe-Lauenburg, Berthoald, Duke of Saxony, Magnus, Duke of Saxony, Bernard II, Duke of Saxony, Hermann Billung, Otto I, Duke of Saxony, Bruno, Duke of Saxony, Liudolf, Duke of Saxony, Bernard I, Duke of Saxony, Otto, Count of Ballenstedt, John Ernest, Duke of Saxe-Coburg, Ordulf, Duke of Saxony, Theoderic, Duke of Saxony. Excerpt: Otto I the Great (23 November 912 in Wallhausen - 7 May 973 in Memleben), son of Henry I the Fowler and Matilda of Ringelheim, was Duke of Saxony, King of Germany, King of Italy, and "the first of the Germans to be called the emperor of Italy" according to Arnulf of Milan. While Charlemagne had been crowned Emperor in 800, his empire had been divided amongst his grandsons, and following the assassination of Berengar of Friuli in 924, the Imperial title had lain vacant for nearly forty years. On 2 February 962, Otto was crowned Emperor of what would later become the Holy Roman Empire. Married to Eadgyth of England in 929, Otto succeeded his father as king of Germany (officially still known as East Francia) in 936. He arranged for his coronation to be held in Charlemagne's former capital, Aachen, where he was anointed by Hildebert archbishop of Mainz, primate of the German church. According to the Saxon historian Widukind of Corvey, at his coronation banquet he had the four other dukes of the empire, those of Franconia, Swabia, Bavaria and Lorraine, act as his personal attendants: Arnulf I of Bavaria as marshal (or...

Lists of German Office-Holders

Lists of German Office-Holders
Elector of Cologne, List of Administrators, Archbishops, Bishops, and Prince-Archbishops of Bremen, List of Bishops, P

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  • Release : 2013-09
  • Pages : 30
  • ISBN : 9781230796413
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 28. Chapters: Elector of Cologne, List of administrators, archbishops, bishops, and prince-archbishops of Bremen, List of bishops, prince-bishops, and administrators of Schwerin, List of bishops, prince-bishops, and administrators of Verden, List of Minister-Presidents of Baden-Wurttemberg, List of Ministers-President of Rhineland-Palatinate, List of Ministers-President of Thuringia, List of rulers of Saxony. Excerpt: This article lists Dukes, Electors, and Kings ruling over different territories named Saxony from the beginning of the Saxon Duchy in the 9th century to the end of the Saxon Kingdom in 1918. The original Duchy of Saxony comprised lands of the Saxon people in the north-western part of present-day Germany, namely, the contemporary German state of Lower Saxony as well as Westphalia and Western Saxony-Anhalt, not corresponding to the modern German state of Saxony. With the final removal of the Welfs in 1180, the Duchy of Saxony was sharply reduced in territory. Westphalia fell to the Archbishop of Cologne, while the Duchies of Brunswick and Luneburg remained with the Welfs. The Ascanian Dukes had their base further east, near the Elbe, resulting in the name Saxony moving towards the east. The post carve-up Saxony is therefore sometimes called the younger Duchy of Saxony. Also the counting of its dukes is discontinued. While the first post carve-up duke is competingly counted as Bernard III-because of two predecessors of the same name before 1180-or as Bernard I with his great-great-great-great grandson Bernard II being counted second. The second post carve-up duke Albert I is already usually counted as the first, although before 1180 he had one predecessor of the same name, being even his grandfather Albert the Bear. The new dukes replaced the Saxon horse emblem () and introduced their Ascanian family colours and...

Wisdom In Our Hearts

Wisdom In Our Hearts
The Life of Duchess Elisabeth of Saxony

by Anja Zimmer

  • Publisher : Frauenzimmer Verlag
  • Release : 2014-04-22
  • Pages : 454
  • ISBN : 3937013237
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In 1526, when the mere possession of Luther's works was a punishable offence in Dresden, young Duchess Elisabeth professes her support of the Reformation ever more openly, thereby making bitter enemies for herself at the court of her staunchly Catholic father-in-law George, Duke of Saxony. In innumerable letters, Elisabeth tries to keep the peace between her father-in-law and her Protestant brother, Landgrave Philip of Hesse. This is construed as espionage and costs her Duke George's favour. When Elisabeth's adversaries then accuse her of marital infidelity, she falls completely into disgrace and Duke George even threatens to have her walled up alive ... This novel is a plea for religious tolerance, which is as important today as it has ever been. The author describes the eventful life of a woman who lived on a razor-edge in a time full of contradictions and dangers, without losing sight of the larger context of European history.

In Luther's Wake

In Luther's Wake
Duke John Frederick II of Saxony, Angelic Prophecy, and the Gotha Rebellion of 1567

by Peter Elsel Starenko

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  • Release : 2002
  • Pages : 554
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The Continvation of Our Vveekely Nevves

The Continvation of Our Vveekely Nevves
Containing These Particulars, the Late Ambassage Sent by the Emperour from Regenspurg, to the Duke of Saxony. And His Letters to the King of Denmarke, and Those of the Crietz of the Lower Saxony. The Proposition of the Dyet of Vienna. The Dyet of the Lutheran Princes and States of the Lower Saxony at Wolffenbuttle. The Preparations of the Emperour to Resist Bethlem Gabor, and the Marquesse of Iegerensdorf: and Theirs Likewise for Silesia. The Duke of Brunswicks March Vp Towards Halberstadt, and Don Corduaes with the Baron of Anholts Last Enterprises in Westphalia. The Present Designes of the Count of Mansfield. The Present Businesse of the Grisons, and the King of Frances, with the Dukes of Sauoyes Beginnings for Recouery of the Valtoline. With Something Also of Sea Matters of Great Consequence and Expectation from Seuerall Places

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  • Release : 1623
  • Pages : 21
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Catholic Reform in the Age of Luther

Catholic Reform in the Age of Luther
Duke George of Saxony and the Church, 1488-1525

by Christoph Volkmar

  • Publisher : BRILL
  • Release : 2017-11-23
  • Pages : 720
  • ISBN : 9004353860
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In his portrait of Duke George of Saxony (1471–1539) Christoph Volkmar offers a fresh perspective on the early Reformation in Germany. Long before the Council of Trent, this book traces the origins of Catholic Reform to the very neighborhood of Wittenberg.

Kings of Saxony

Kings of Saxony
Albert of Saxony, Anthony of Saxony, Arnulf of Carinthia, Charles the Fat, Frederick Augustus Iii of Saxony, Frederick Augustus Ii Of

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  • Release : 2013-09
  • Pages : 28
  • ISBN : 9781230753515
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 27. Chapters: Albert of Saxony, Anthony of Saxony, Arnulf of Carinthia, Charles the Fat, Frederick Augustus III of Saxony, Frederick Augustus II of Saxony, Frederick Augustus I of Saxony, George, King of Saxony, John of Saxony, Louis the Child, Louis the Pious, Louis the Younger. Excerpt: Louis the Pious (778 - 20 June 840), also called the Fair, and the Debonaire, was the King of Aquitaine from 781. He was also King of the Franks and co-Emperor (as Louis I) with his father, Charlemagne, from 813. As the only surviving adult son of Charlemagne and Hildegard, he became the sole ruler of the Franks after his father's death in 814, a position which he held until his death, save for the period 833-34, during which he was deposed. During his reign in Aquitaine, Louis was charged with the defence of the Empire's southwestern frontier. He conquered Barcelona from the Muslims in 801 and asserted Frankish authority over Pamplona and the Basques south of the Pyrenees in 812. As emperor he included his adult sons, Lothair, Pepin, and Louis, in the government and sought to establish a suitable division of the realm among them. The first decade of his reign was characterised by several tragedies and embarrassments, notably the brutal treatment of his nephew Bernard of Italy, for which Louis atoned in a public act of self-debasement. In the 830s his empire was torn by civil war between his sons, only exacerbated by Louis's attempts to include his son Charles by his second wife in the succession plans. Though his reign ended on a high note, with order largely restored to his empire, it was followed by three years of civil war. Louis is generally compared unfavourably to his father, though the problems he faced were of a distinctly different sort. Louis was born while his father Charlemagne was on campaign in Spain, at the Carolingian villa...

A Historical Account, Interspersed with Biographical Anecdotes, of the House of Saxony, Tracing the Descent of the Present Royal and Ducal Branches; and Containing a Memoir of the Life of ... Leopold George Christian Frederic, Duke of Saxony, Prince of Saxe-Coburg-Saalfeld ...

A Historical Account, Interspersed with Biographical Anecdotes, of the House of Saxony, Tracing the Descent of the Present Royal and Ducal Branches; and Containing a Memoir of the Life of ... Leopold George Christian Frederic, Duke of Saxony, Prince of Saxe-Coburg-Saalfeld ...
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by Frederic Shoberl

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  • Release : 1816
  • Pages : 196
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Rambles and Researches in Thuringian Saxony

Rambles and Researches in Thuringian Saxony
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by John Frederick Stanford

  • Publisher : London : J.W. Parker
  • Release : 1842
  • Pages : 264
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Documents concerning the government of the Duchy of Sachsen-Lauenburg

Documents concerning the government of the Duchy of Sachsen-Lauenburg
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by Johannes Plato,Joachim Werner von Bülow,Friedrich August von Wittorf,Uldrich Zielmann,Herloff Dalhoff,Franz II (Herzog von Sachsen-Lauenburg),Rudolf II (Holy Roman Emperor),Andreas von Erstenberg,Sigmund Vieheuser,Bartold von Gerdenstein,Hieronimus Schultz,Otto Lützow,Hans Daldorp,August (Herzog von Sachsen-Lauenburg),Ferdinand II (Holy Roman Emperor),Johann Soldner,Peter Heinrich Freiherr von Stralendorf,Julius Heinrich (Herzog von Sachsen-Lauenburg),Franz Erdmann (Herzog von Sachsen-Lauenburg),Julius Franz (Herzog von Sachsen-Lauenburg),George II (King of Great Britain),Philip von Hattorf,Lauenburg (Duchy). Ritter- und Landschaft

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  • Release : 1718
  • Pages : 532
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Collection of copies of 22 documents, dated 1584 to 1729, mainly pertaining to the estates of knights and landowners (Ritter- und Landschaft; p. [ii]) in the Duchy of Saxony-Lauenburg, or Saxe-Lauenburg (Herzogtum Sachsen-Lauenburg), also known simply as the Duchy of Lauenburg, a historical region around the cities of Lauenburg and Ratzeburg that existed as a separate entity with its own line of dukes from 1260 to 1689, and was then absorbed into the Duchy of Braunschweig-Lüneburg, which subsequently became the Electorate of Hannover. In their own time the dukes of Saxony-Lauenburg carried the title Duke of Saxony (Herzog zu Sachsen). The area corresponds to what is today the district of Herzogtum Lauenburg in the southeast of the German federal state of Schleswig-Holstein. The collection is prefaced by a narrative introduction (p. [i-viii]), written in Hamburg, 18 February 1690 (p. [i]), and evidently transcribed around 1718. The introduction, which pertains specifically to documents 1-20, explains that the copies were prepared by the notary Johannes Plato in at the request of Joachim Werner von Bülow, of Gudow, and Friedrich August von Wittorf, of Lüdersburg, and witnessed by Uldrich Zielmann and Herloff Dalhoff (p. [i]). The introduction contains a table of contents for those 20 documents, including physical details about the originals from which the copies were made (p. [ii-viii]). Document 21, dated 1718, is followed by a copy of the seal of Joachim Werner von Bülow (Hofrichter Land Marschall, unseres Hertzogthums Lauenburg; p. 242), and appears to be in the same hand as documents 1-20. Document 22, dated 1729, is in a different hand. In the introduction as well as many of the documents, references to Lower Saxony (Nieder Sachsen; pp. [i-ii], 29, 45), and use of the modifier Lower Saxon (nieder-sächsisch; pp. 25, 53), evidently relate to the Lower Saxon district or circle (Kreis) within the Holy Roman Empire, to which the Duchy of Saxony-Lauenburg belonged at that time, although the region is not part of present-day Lower Saxony. Documents 2 and 3, issued by Emperor Rudolf II, were prepared by court secretary Andreas Erstenberg and signed by the imperial vice chancellor Sigmund Vieheuser (p. 23, 28). Documents 4 and 11 include the names of individual signers on behalf of the Ritter- und Landschaft (p. 42-43, 147). In the case of document 6, issued by the mayors and council members (Bürgermeister und Rahtmänner; p. 58) of the cities of Lauenburg and Ratzeburg, individual signers are not given. Document 7, issued by Duke Franz II, was apparently witnessed by Bartold von Gerdenstein, Hieronimus Schultz, Otto Lüzow and Hans Daldorp (p. 84). Document 10, issued by Emperor Ferdinand II, was prepared by court secretary Johann Soldner and signed by imperial vice chancellor Peter Heinrich von Stralendorf (p. 133). It contains transcriptions of 3 documents issued by Duke August in 1629 (two on 6 May and one on 22 May). Documents 21 and 22, issued by King George I and King George II, respectively, were both signed by Philip von Hattorf, Hanoverian minister.

April 21. Numb. 27. The Continuation of Our Vveekely Nevves

April 21. Numb. 27. The Continuation of Our Vveekely Nevves
Containing These Particulars, the Late Ambassage Sent by the Emperour from Regenspurgh, to the Duke of Saxony. And His Letters to the King of Denmarke, and Those of the Crietz of the Lower Saxony. The Proposition of the Dyet of Vienna. The Dyet of the Lutheran Princes and States of the Lower Saxony at Wolffenbuttle. The Preparations of the Emperour to Resist Bethlem Gabor, and the Marquesse of Iegerensdorf: and Theirs Likewise for Silesia. The Duke of Brunswicks March Vp Towards Halberstadt, and Don Corduaes with the Baron of Anholts Last Enterprises in Westphalia. The Present Designes of the Count of Mansfield. The Present Businesse of the Grisons, and the King of Frances, with the Dukes of Sauoyes Beginnings for Recouery Pf Tje Valtoline. With Something Also of Sea Matters of Great Consequence and Expectation from Seuerall Places

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  • Release : 1623
  • Pages : 21
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Familypedia - Monarchs of Germany

Familypedia - Monarchs of Germany
Dukes of Bavaria, Dukes of Bremen and Princes of Verden, Dukes of Mecklenburg-Schwerin, German Emperors, German Kin

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  • Release : 2013-09
  • Pages : 56
  • ISBN : 9781230856926
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This book consists of articles from Wikia or other free sources online. Pages: 54. Chapters: Dukes of Bavaria, Dukes of Bremen and Princes of Verden, Dukes of Mecklenburg-Schwerin, German Emperors, German kings, Holy Roman Emperors, Kings of Alemannia, Kings of Bavaria, Kings of Eastern Francia, Kings of Hanover, Kings of Saxony, Kings of the Romans, Kings of Wurttemberg, Monarchs of Prussia, Rulers of Baden, Albrecht IV. von Bayern, Albrecht V. von Bayern, Arnulf von Bayern, Berthold von Bayern, Charlemagne, Eberhard von Bayern, Frederick II. von Bayern-Landshut, Heinrich der Lowe, Heinrich der Stolze, Heinrich III of the Holy Roman Empire, Heinrich II von Bayern, Heinrich II von Bayern, Heinrich IV of the Holy Roman Empire, Heinrich IX. von Bayern, Heinrich I von Bayern, Heinrich I von Luxemburg, Heinrich XVI. von Bayern-Landshut, Karl VII. von Bayern, Konrad II von Worms, Konrad von Brauweiler, Ludwig I. von Bayern, Ludwig II. von Bayern, Ludwig IX. von Bayern-Landshut, Maximilian I. Joseph von Bayern, Maximilian I. von Bayern, Maximilian II. Emanuel von Bayern, Otto I. von Bayern, Otto II. von Bayern, Stephan II. von Bayern, Stephan III. von Bayern-Ingolstadt, Welf IV. von Bayern, Welf V. von Bayern, Wilhelm IV. von Bayern, William V, Duke of Bavaria, George II of Great Britain, Friedrich Franz II. zu Mecklenburg-Schwerin, Friedrich Franz III. von Mecklenburg-Schwerin, Friedrich III., Deutscher Kaiser, Wilhelm I., Deutscher Kaiser, Wilhelm II., Deutscher Kaiser, Ottonian dynasty, Arnulf of Carinthia, Berengar I di Friuli, Charlemagne, Charles IV of Bohemia, Charles the Bald, Charles the Fat, Charles VI of the Holy Roman Empire, Charles V of the Holy Roman Empire, Ferdinand II, Holy Roman Emperor, Ferdinand III, Holy Roman Emperor, Ferdinand I of the Holy Roman Empire, Franz I. Stephan von Lothringen, Franz II. von Osterreich, Frederick III, Holy Roman Emperor, Friedrich II of the Holy Roman Empire, Friedrich I Barbarossa of the Holy Roman Empire, Guido...

Henry the Lion

Henry the Lion
A Biography

by Karl Jordan

  • Publisher : Oxford University Press, USA
  • Release : 1986
  • Pages : 268
  • ISBN : 9876543210XXX
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Henry the Lion, a medieval Duke of Saxony and Bavaria, was one of the first, great German princes who wielded immense influence as a politician and a patron of the arts. His thirst for power put him in conflict with his cousin Frederick Barbarossa, whose imperial policies he had originally supported. After his eventual removal from power he spent many years in exile in England, retaining enough prominence to enable his family's return to importance in the subsequent century. To this dramatic life, the author brings years of research and a lucid personal style to illuminate the political, social, and intellectual contexts around this vivid personality.

The Rescue of the Prince [i.e. Albert, Afterwards Duke of Saxony].

The Rescue of the Prince [i.e. Albert, Afterwards Duke of Saxony].
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by surnamed the Courageous ALBERT III. (Duke of Saxony)

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  • Release : 1897
  • Pages : 32
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Royal Heirs in Imperial Germany

Royal Heirs in Imperial Germany
The Future of Monarchy in Nineteenth-Century Bavaria, Saxony and Württemberg

by Frank Lorenz Müller

  • Publisher : Springer
  • Release : 2017-03-24
  • Pages : 257
  • ISBN : 1137551275
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This book explores the development and viability of Germany’s sub-national monarchies in the decades before their sudden demise in 1918. It does so by focusing on the men who turned out to be the last ones to inherit the crowns of the country’s three smaller kingdoms: Prince Ludwig of Bavaria, Prince Friedrich August of Saxony and Prince Wilhelm of Württemberg. Imperial Germany was not a monolithic block, but a motley federation of more than twenty allied regional monarchies, headed by the Kaiser. When the German Reich became a republic at the end of the First World War, all of these kings, grand dukes, dukes and princes were swept away within a fortnight. By examining the lives, experiences and functions of these three men as heirs to the throne during the decades when they prepared themselves for their predestined role as king, this study investigates what the future of the German model of constitutional monarchy looked like before it was so abruptly discarded.

People from Dresden

People from Dresden
Albert of Saxony, Robert Siodmak, Frederick Augustus I of Saxony, Frederick Christian, Elector of Saxony, Anthony of Saxony, Fred

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  • Release : 2013-09
  • Pages : 202
  • ISBN : 9781230625263
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 200. Chapters: Albert of Saxony, Robert Siodmak, Frederick Augustus I of Saxony, Frederick Christian, Elector of Saxony, Anthony of Saxony, Frederick Augustus II of Saxony, John George III, Elector of Saxony, Magdalena of Saxony, Erich Kastner, Augustus II the Strong, Pyotr Stolypin, Augustus III of Poland, Friedrich Baumfelder, Gerhard Richter, Felix von Luckner, Nicolaus Ludwig Zinzendorf, Volkmar Wentzel, Max Immelmann, Maria Amalia of Saxony, Princess Maria Josepha of Saxony, Carl Tanzler, John Neulinger, Siegfried Flugge, Thomas Bocker, Count Friedrich Ferdinand von Beust, Wolfgang Klemperer, Friedrich Kurt Fiedler, Hans Oster, Matthias Sammer, Hans Unger, Heinrich von Treitschke, Ilse Koch, John George I, Elector of Saxony, Hans von Bulow, Frederick Augustus III of Saxony, Theodor Korner, Sandra Kiriasis, Wilhelm Heine, Elfriede Lohse-Wachtler, John of Saxony, Paula Modersohn-Becker, Prince Gustav of Thurn and Taxis, Charles of Saxony, Duke of Courland, Bernhard Hantzsch, Prince Albert of Saxony, Duke of Teschen, George of Saxony, Georg, Crown Prince of Saxony, Friedrich Wilhelm von Erdmannsdorff, Zacharias Wagenaer, Heike Meissner, Prince Ernst Heinrich of Saxony, Hans von Tschammer und Osten, Prince Francis Xavier of Saxony, Princess Margarete Karola of Saxony, Felix von Bendemann, Princess Maria Ferdinanda of Saxony, Leopold and Rudolf Blaschka, Princess Maria Alix of Saxony, Lothar Schmid, Frederick I, Elector of Saxony, Eduard Bendemann, Edwin Freiherr von Manteuffel, Christiane Furst, Prince Johann Georg of Saxony, Maximilian, Crown Prince of Saxony, Cornelius Schnauber, Alfred Zehe, Henry IV, Duke of Saxony, Princess Elisabeth of Thurn and Taxis, Christine of Saxony, John Singer, Theo Adam, Princess Elisabeth of Saxony, Prince Maximilian of Saxony, Volker Braun, Frederick III, Landgrave of Thuringia, Yosef..

Prince Albert, and the House of Saxony

Prince Albert, and the House of Saxony
With a Particular Memoir of the Reigning Family of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha

by Frederic Shoberl

  • Publisher : Unknown Publisher
  • Release : 1840
  • Pages : 252
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The Gospels of Henri the Lion, Court of Saxony, Duke of Bavaria

The Gospels of Henri the Lion, Court of Saxony, Duke of Bavaria
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by Anonim

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  • Release : 1983
  • Pages : 77
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Encyclopaedia Britannica

Encyclopaedia Britannica
A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and General Literature

by Anonim

  • Publisher : Unknown Publisher
  • Release : 1891
  • Pages : 129
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The Encyclopaedia Britannica

The Encyclopaedia Britannica
A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences and General Literature

by Anonim

  • Publisher : Unknown Publisher
  • Release : 1886
  • Pages : 129
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