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Codex Falkensteinensis

The “Codex Falkensteinensis” or “Falkensteiner Codex” belongs to the genus of the source books tradition. The Code takes in the tradition of books has a special position, because he is the only surviving medieval tradition book of a highly secular nobility, while the other tradition of spiritual books are only landlords.



Chronicle of domination Straupitz in Lower Lusatia

To rule Straupitz included the villages of Mocho, Straupitz and Laaso. The village was Straupitz 1346 a church village, The Wendish village comes Laaso 1447 in front of Lehnbriefen, Vorwerk is the first in a Mocho Lehnbrief 1565 called and was created by two brothers, Caspar and Christoph, Castle Count of Dohna.



The feudal lords and vassals of the castle and the glory Rheydt

The earliest inhabitants of the Lower Rhine level were the Celts. This ancient nation in the opinion of the Lore-language name Rheydt back which leads as they say- is derived from the Celtic word “rithi=Wasserfurt”. Besides the exact history is written extensively about the church and the feudal lords and vassals Rheydts until the time of French rule.



The aristocratic convent sea near Neuss

The presentation of the history of the monastery was at the instigation of Baron Friedrich von der Leyen-Bloemersheim. He was also undertook the design changes and so the buildings saved from destruction. In this way, a lot of memories, the former to the monastery and its former owner remembered, will receive. Besides the detailed description of the historical events since the foundation of the monastery, the geographic extent, a genealogy, Description of the donations and privileges, is particularly the list of champions, Nuns, Priors and priests of the monastery (versehen  [...]



Say from the house of Hohenzollern

Zoller Say, Also legendary traits and characteristics of the life of the Hohenzollern. Excerpt from the contents of the three volumes: The castle and the deer Schalksburg, Origin of Hohenzollern, The foundation of the monastery Stetten, Count Friedrich von Zollern, gen. the Öttinger, The murder count to Nuremberg John Cicero, Joachim I. the Nestor, Joachim II. named Hector, Margrave Hans of Küstrin, Frederick William, the Great Elector, Emperor King William I. Verfasser Carl Trog, Felix Bagel Publishing, Dusseldorf 1885, Download: