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  1. Frederick III, Elector of Saxony and the Imperial Marshal, then led Eberhard I to Württemberg's seat in the Reichstag, between the Duke of Jülich and the Landgrave of Hesse. To confirm Württemberg's elevation to a Duchy, the Emperor hosted a banquet attended by his person, the electors, and the other princes of the Diet.

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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. › Projects › MedLandsSAXONY DUKES - FMG

    02/07/2015 · m firstly THIETMAR [III] Markgraf [der Ostmark], son of CHRISTIAN Graf im Nordthüring- und Schwabengau & his wife Hidda [der Ostmark] (-3 Aug after 979, bur Kloster Nienburg an der Saale). m secondly (before 1000) EKKEHARD [I] Markgraf von Meissen , son of GUNTHER Markgraf im Bischofstum Merseburg & his wife --- (-murdered Pöhlde 30 Apr 1002, bur Kloster Jena, transferred 1028 to Naumburg ...

  4. Adolf zu Schaumburg-Lippe (1859–1916), Regent von Lippe ⚭ Viktoria von Preußen (1866–1929), Tochter von Kaiser Friedrich III. (Deutsches Reich) (1831–1888) Emma (1865–1868) Mathilde (1818–1891) ⚭ Herzog Eugen von Württemberg (1820–1875), Sohn von Herzog Eugen von Württemberg (1788–1857)

  5. This blog presents the ancestors of the heirs of the leading families of Europe. These overviews represent the changing character of these families regarding marriage policy and show on one hand the close connections between those families but on the other hand the ability to absorb new influences while maintaining continuity. The texts are mainly in Dutch, later I will change it to English ...

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