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  1. Elisabeth of Nuremberg. John, Count Palatine of Neumarkt (1383 – 14 March 1443) was the Count Palatine of Neumarkt from 1410 to his death. The son of Rupert III of the Palatinate, he married Catherine of Pomerania in 1407. He is mainly known for his crushing victory against the Hussites at the Battle of Hiltersried in 1433.

  2. In 1524, a new apanage named Palatinate-Neumarkt was created for Wolfgang of the Palatinate. When he died in 1558, it fell back to the Electoral Palatinate. List of counts palatinate of Neumarkt. John, Count Palatine of Neumarkt, 1410–1443; Christopher of Bavaria, 1443–1448; Wolfgang of the Palatinate, 1524–1558; References

  3. 27 de abr. de 2022 · John (German: Johann von Pfalz-Neumarkt; 1383 – 14 March 1443) was the Count Palatine of Neumarkt from 1410 until 1443.*. Pfoto Statue in Stadt Neumarkt. Life. John was born in Neunburg vorm Wald in 1383 as the second surviving son of Rupert III of the Palatinate, King of Germany.

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  4. John ( Johann von Pfalz-Neumarkt ; 1383 - 14 de marzo de 1443) fue el conde palatino de Neumarkt desde 1410 hasta su muerte. Hijo de Ruperto III del Palatinado , se casó con Catalina de Pomerania en 1407. Es principalmente conocido por su aplastante victoria contra los husitas en la batalla de Hiltersried en 1433.

  5. John (Johann von Pfalz-Neumarkt; 1383 – 14 March 1443) was the Count Palatine of Neumarkt from 1410 to his death. The son of Rupert III of the Palatinate, he married Catherine of Pomerania in 1407. He is mainly known for his crushing victory against the Hussites at the Battle of Hiltersried in 1433 .

  6. John (German: Johann) (1383 - 14 March 1443) was the Count Palatine of Nuemarkt from 1410 until 1443. John was born in Neunburg vorm Wald in 1443 as the second surviving son of Rupert III of the Palatinate, King of Germany. In 1407 he married Catherine of Pomerania-Stolp, daughter of Duke...

  7. Palatinate-Neumarkt (German: Pfalz-Neumarkt) was a subdivision of the Wittelsbach dynasty of the German Electoral Palatinate. Its capital was Neumarkt in der Oberpfalz.