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Monumenta Livoniae Antiquae

Livoniae

Monumenta Livoniae Antiquae : Collection of chronicles, Report, Documents and other written memorials and essays, which to explain the history of Liv-, Ehst- and Kurland's serve.



Nuremberg armorial: Collection of coats of arms of Civil stalls from Nuremberg and elsewhere

Wappen-Buergerliche

In addition to the nobility developed in 18. Century bourgeoisie, that his position solely to their own performance within the company founded. This new layer of society, economy, Art or science class differences by trying to run a coat of arms blur. Of course there was also for the ulterior motives of a later Nobilierung. Tyroff for the occasion was enough, 1783 this work with civic coat of arms (Civil-stands) issue. Those: Tyroff, Martin: Collection of coats of arms of civil stalls from Nuremberg and elsewhere, Nürnberg Anno 1783



Pedigree of the Napoleonic family with historical notes

Bonaparte

Napoleon was born 1769 and baptized according to Corsican custom 1771 came from the patrician family Buonaparte in Sarzana, since there 1529 detectable. He was the second son of Carlo Buonaparte and Letizia Ramolino, came from this marriage 13 children together, of which 5 Children died in infancy. The family belonged to the Corsican gentry and had since the early 16. Century to the present island. Bonaparte was 1804 crowned Emperor.



Home book of the circle Ueckermünde

Garde

The Ueckermünde is first in a deed of 1223 mentioned. The German name proves, that the Germans were here at that time the men. The foundation of the town stretches back into the Wendish time. As early as 1178 a Diet was held. It was here, namely the outer ward of the district Rochow, in turn settled with protection. When, in the second half of the 12. Century the Pomeranian Dukes German into the country called, wählten diese auch hier ihren Wohnsitz und es wurde aus  [...]



Elector covenant and kingship in the Hussite Wars

The Golden Bull of Charles IV. of 1356 confirmed the seven electors have the sole right to select the Roman king. A clear choice decision should be ensured for the future; Therefore the Imperial Act settled the secular electors determine the legitimacy of electoral house lines and the indivisibility of Kurlande, regulated the succession issues and took Rhenser determination of the majority principle. The outstanding position of the seven rich princely king voters, who found themselves apostrophized as columns and next members of the Empire, was supported in terms of their territorial sovereignty in the Kurlanden, Indem Charles IV.[...]