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Wenceslai Hagecii of Libotschan Bohemian Chronicle: From the origin of their Count Bohemia, Dukes and kings

Boehmische-Chronik

Wenceslai Hagecii von Libotschan, Bohemian Chronicle, the origin of Bohemia, of their kings and Hertzogen, Earls and nobility Ankunfft, of knightly tournaments and exercises, of inwardly- and foreign wars, fortifications of the country and the cities :



Count Palatine Philipp Ludwig of Neuburg, his son and the Jesuits

Wolfgang-von-Neuburg

An image from the age of the Counter-Reformation…



The Office Chorin: History and management

Kloster-Chorin

In which 1250 Pomeranian closed with the Treaty of Landin had the Brandenburg margrave Johann I. und Otto III. possession of “Catfish-Finow country” get confirmed. Under the government of both Marquis is also the foundation of the Cistercian monastery of Chorin-Mariensee years 1258. The Foundation has hardly been a cause for the division of the cord under the Ottonian line and Johan niche. The old burial ground of Ascanians, the Lehnin, remained in the Ottonian line, while Johann Markgraf for himself and his descendants Mariensee-Chorin for certain cemetery.



Elector Arch-Chancellor of the Reich and Philip Charles of Eltz

At the 30.1.1729 died at his residence in Mainz Lothar Franz von Schönborn, Elector-Archbishop of Mainz and the Bishop of Bamberg, next to his uncle, Johann Philipp, the second major Reichserzkanzler from a gender, that for almost three generations of the image “Germany sacred” certain critical. His death was the undisputed right of the cathedral chapter to elect a successor to the Mainz Erzstuhl not come into force, But the chapter had been in October 1710 the deceased with the Count Palatine Francis Louis of Neuburg line of a coadjutor to the side[...]



Contest and Wittelsbach, and the Lower Lusatia XIV. Century

The author of this book has made it his mission, a particularly important period of time to edit because of archival research, could be adapted for a variety valuable material. It deals with the time of the loss of Lusatia from the Margrave of Meissen until the annexation of Bohemia, one of the gentlemen Ascanians and Wittelsbach, the pledge of the Wettin rulers and Bolkos Schweidnitz extensive period of almost 70 Years, with the main emphasis of the Wettin period 1350-1364.