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Cosmo of Simmer: Historische genealogische Cosmographia

Register oder Index seiner zehnjährigen Arbeit und historischen genealogischen Cosmographia oder Welt-Beschreibung   Cosmus von Simmer (1581-1650) the son of the alderman Kolberger Jochim and his wife Judith Simmer Brunswick after his voice began studying and traveling across Europe in 1605 at the “Historical genealogy Cosmographia” to write, originally 14 Folios included. What remains of it is left, here for my readers as a Digital Edition. Cosmo was on 10. October knighted in Wroclaw. Literature on the author: Gottfried von Bülow: Cosmo of Simmer. In: Allgemeine  [...]



Historical information about the Koszalin, Wipe and sexual repression Kolbergische Schweder

Schweder

There are not many families for whom it is possible, expel such a long period of a genealogy.



News of the noble family von Schlieffen

Schlieffen

Among the noble families, have spread widely in Germany, members of the family or Schlieffen Schlieben, formerly Sliwin. The first track is included in a securitization in the middle of the Pomeranian 12. Century. The family, whose branches are in part still, was originally a town of Kolberg sex. The family was divided into two branches early. The founders were John and Nicolas, Sons of the elder Hans Schleve. Hans the Younger was the progenitor of the older, also dresowischen branch, dresowischen and secondary branches and[...]



The Kolberger Kotbuch the year 1473

When the Kolberger salt plant has been built, we do not know. Its beginnings are lost in the medieval period and beyond in the prehistoric period. The first customer is in 1000 by Thietmar of Merseburg (+1018) of the bishop as Reinbern “salsae Cholbergiensis” designated. Even then so Kolberg was an important city. The name Kolberg is brought in connection with salt. The proponents of the Wendish and German derivation agree, that the city owes its name to the salt production. Die Landesherren von  [...]