Archiv für Februar 2010

The professors at the University of Giessen considered genealogical

The story of the professor's gallery on the year 1629 back, So was the time in which the University of Giessen to Marburg moved. (1624-1650) From the 25. More 1625 to 5. More 1650 pulled the university because of the plague and the 30-year war to Marburg, between 1633 they stayed for 12 Months, again casting. The existing gallery in this paper is shown only schematically. Much more interesting are the genealogical research on this. Here are the relationships uncovered within the Giessen faculty population. They form a perfect example[...]

The Miller and Aichholz – a genealogical study

Live image of the root master of the Vienna Miller family. Josef Maria Ritter von Miller Aichholz besides prefixed extracts from the recent history Woberschen Three taming Genealogical Works, “The Miller and Aichholz”.  

The nobility of Mecklenburg since the national constitutional Erbvergleiche 1755

Was on the crest of the Mecklenburg nobility already 1839 the “Mecklenburg armorial” and Hefner “The flowering of the Adel Großherzogthümer Mecklenburg” 1858 in the 45. and 46. Delivery of the great and general armorial published, However, the former is limited to the task and then the native wealthy nobility and describe Hefner's intention was, submit a complete armorial, what he does not fully succeed.

Collection of Johann Christoph Liefländischer monuments Brotze

Johann Christoph Brotze * 1. September 1742 in Görlitz; † 4. August 1823 Riga was a German educator and ethnographer. Brotze studied theology and philosophy at the universities of Leipzig and Wittenberg. 1768 He went to Riga and spent 46 Years as a teacher at the local Imperial Lyceum. During this time he collected historical data, which he decorated with paintings and drawings and described in detail. His work is now a valuable resource for historians. The "collection of various Liefländischer Monuments" is a unique document, mit Aufzeichnungen  [...]

Codex Diplomaticus Saxoniae Regiae

Der Codex diplomaticus Saxoniae (CDS) is the basic source material on the medieval history of Saxony. It collects in a first main part of the charters of the Margrave of Meissen and Landgrave of Thuringia, in a second major part of the Saxon charters of the cities and religious institutions, including the documents and the register of the University of Leipzig, and will continue to bring in a third main part of the traditional papal documents to print in Saxony.