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  1. 14 de may. de 2020 · Coin of Frederick II. Sailko (CC BY-SA) Frederick II (l. 1194-1250 CE) was the king of Sicily (r. 1198-1250 CE), Germany (r. 1215-1250 CE), Jerusalem (r. 1225-1228 CE), and also reigned supreme as the Holy Roman Emperor (r. 1220-1250 CE). He was born in Jesi in 1194 CE but spent his childhood in Palermo. He belonged to the Hohenstaufen Dynasty ...

  2. Frederick II, King of Prussia (1712-86) is depicted with a battle raging in the background, his baton of office in his right hand and his left hand resting on a map on which is inscribed: Ducat Silesia (He leads Silesia). He is wearing the star of the Order of the Black Eagle. Frederick was the son of Frederick I, King of Prussia, whom he succeeded as Frederick II in 1740. On his accession he ...

  3. 6 de abr. de 2024 · Also known as. English. Frederick II, Holy Roman Emperor. Holy Roman Emperor 1230-1250 (1194-1250) Frederick II. Federico II. Holy Roman Emperor Frederick II. King of Sicily Federico I. Emperor of Germany Friedrich II.

  4. 21 de mar. de 2024 · Friedrich II of Prussia. Deutsch: Friedrich II. der Große (1712-1786) war von 1740 bis 1786 König von Preußen. Plattdüütsch: Friedrich II. de Grote (1712-1786) weer vun 1740 bet 1786 König vun Preußen. English: Frederick II the Great (1712-1786) was king of Prussia (1740-1786). His wife was Elisabeth Christine von Braunschweig-Bevern ...

  5. 9 de nov. de 2009 · Frederick II (1712-1786) ruled Prussia from 1740 until his death, leading his nation through multiple wars with Austria and its allies. His daring military tactics expanded and consolidated ...

  6. 26 de nov. de 1996 · The Hohenstaufen king Frederick II was a figure of all but mythical dimensions. The 800th anniversary of his birth in 1994 was noted with particular interest in Italy, where Frederick reigned as King of Sicily from 1198. Later, as Emperor, he also gave Italy a prominent place in his policies. The German Historical Institute in Rome decided to mark this anniversary by organizing a large-scale ...

  7. 1 de abr. de 2010 · Emperor Frederick II (1194–1250) is numbered among the most consequential rulers of the medieval millennium. Described as a marvel of the world ( stupor mundi ) in his own day, for a brief moment Frederick managed to forge an empire that rivalled that of Charlemagne, encompassing the kingdoms of Germany, Burgundy, Lombardy, and Sicily, as well as Jerusalem.