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  1. Finally on 14 December 1482 Eberhard reunified the two halves of Württemberg, Württemberg-Urach and Württemberg-Stuttgart, in the Treaty of Münsingen, with his cousin Eberhard VI of Württemberg-Stuttgart, later the second duke. He moved the capital to Stuttgart. In the same year, Pope Sixtus IV awarded him the Golden Rose.

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    Eberhard of Friuli (815–866), Duke and key figure in the Carolingian Empire; Eberhard of Béthune (died 1212), Flemish grammarian; Eberhard I, Duke of Württemberg (1445–1496) Eberhard II, Count of Württemberg (after 1315–1392) Eberhard I, Count of Bonngau (died 937) Eberhard III, Duke of Franconia (ca 885–939) Eberhard (Archbishop of ...

  3. modifier - modifier le code - modifier Wikidata Eberhard VII de Wurtemberg (né à Stuttgart le 16 décembre 1614 , décédé à Stuttgart le 2 juillet 1674) est duc de Wurtemberg de 1628 à 1674 . Sommaire 1 Biographie 1.1 Jeunesse 1.2 Entrée en fonction, fuite et retour 1.3 Fin de la guerre et reconstruction 2 Descendance 3 Références 4 Voir aussi 4.1 Bibliographie 4.2 Liens externes ...

  4. Through this line, Mary and Friedrich (along with her sister Louisa and Frederik V of Denmark) are ancestors of six of the ten current European monarchs (King Philippe of Belgium, Queen Margrethe II of Denmark, Grand Duke Henri of Luxembourg, King Harald V of Norway, King Felipe VI of Spain, Queen Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom and also her husband Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh) and two ...

  5. 1040: Eberhard I., erster Bischof von Bamberg; 1134: Piroska von Ungarn, orthodoxe Heilige und byzantinische Kaiserin; 1163: Gerold von Oldenburg, Bischof von Oldenburg in Holstein; 1191: Philipp I. von Heinsberg, Erzbischof des Erzbistums Köln und Erzkanzler von Italien; 1219: Gerhard I., Bischof von Osnabrück und Erzbischof von Hamburg-Bremen