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The Liesegang family and their descent from Charlemagne

Karl-der-Grosse

Finally it is possible to get insight into the most church records, as final confirmation of years of research on my family. Will and Testament, a family chronicle, countless Lehnbriefe, the copy of the Hayner book with the history of the town was destroyed in Fleglerkrieg Bettlershayn (Sign. A 19k I, No.. 615) and Acts of the Hayner mayor (u.a. Liesegang) from centuries, already provided me with extensive historical background.



Pictures of Roman Emperors and Kings of Hungary

Icones-Imperatorum

Mapping of all the Roman emperors and German, true picture of all the dukes and kings in Hungary…



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.[...]



Portraits of the Brandenburg-Prussian rulers to Kaiser Wilhelm II.

Frederick William the Great Elector of Brandenburg (1620-1688) found on his accession, due to the 30-year war and a depopulated country from feral. Born the son of the Elector George William and Elizabeth Charlotte of the Palatinate, he expected a full education behind secure walls in Küstrin, until he was sent as a 14-year-old crown prince in the Netherlands to perfect his education. He was married to Louise Henriette of Orange, with whom he fathered six children. Luise Henriette von Oranien (1627-1667) was the eldest daughter[...]



Armorial collections of the Bavarian State Library

The Munich Digitisation Centre provided by the armorial heraldic collections are true treasure troves of art and the art of printing, gladden the heart of so many researchers are. Choreography in Flemish portraits of the sovereigns, the arms of the nobility and the country in his geography, Netherlands 1562 Content: Arnulf I., Count of Flanders, Balduin VII., Count of Föandern, Karl I. the Good, Philipp II. the Bold, Duke of Burgundy, John the Fearless, Duke of Burgundy, Philip the Good, Maria von Burgund, Kaiser Maximilian I., Philipp I. King of Castile, Emperor Charles V, Isabella von Portugal, Philipp  [...]