Genealogies: Genealogies of the principal aristocratic patrician families Lüneburg

In the German imperial cities of the Middle Ages was formed from the 11. Century, a patrician from the former location of the local nobility or ministeriality out. They called themselves "gender". The patricians occupied the Council and other important municipal offices and attempted, to maintain an exclusive right to these offices, So to make the patrician to the Board the sole eligible families. As they worked mainly as merchants, they joined together in guilds, and set up a hereditary right to the coveted office by. (Those: Wikipedia)

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of Abbenburg, Bard of Wick, of Brunswick, of the bridges, of the causeway, of Dassel, by Doering, of Düsterhop, of Elvern, by Grabow, of Grönhagen, Hoyer, of Lafferdt, Long, of the Möhlen, Möllner, Schelle Pepper, Schnewerding, Bread Becker, Springintgut, Stüver, of Tobing, of Tzerstede, Winsen, Stöterogge, of Chüden, Reimer, the bag, Zabel, Raven, of Lueneburg,


Buettner, Johann Henricus: Genealogies and stem-and-sex register of the principal nobles Patricien Lüneburg-gender, Sun still partly present, are assumed and partly from many many years, appeared in Lüneburg: Kelpische Buchdruckerei, in 1704


Michael Hecht: Patriziatsbildung as a communicative process. The cities of Lüneburg salt, Hall and Werl in late medieval and early modern period, Cologne: Böhlau publisher 2010. (Detached from the textbook knowledge and examined “Patriciate” not as a unit sized, but as a communicative reproduced, dynamic and relational notion of order on the basis of ownership- and ownership structure, Organizational structures, social profile, Culture of Remembrance(in), Initiation rituals, Approval conflicts, Präzedenzstreitigkeiten, social character recognition, sized roles and career patterns)

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