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  1. Duke John Frederick of Saxe-Weimar (19 September 1600 in Altenburg – 17 October 1628 in Weimar) was a Duke of Saxe-Weimar. Life. John Frederick was a son of Duke John II of Saxe-Weimar and his wife Dorothea Maria of Anhalt.

  2. Duke Frederick of Saxe-Weimar (1 March 1596 in Altenburg – 29 August 1622 in Fleurus, Belgium) was a prince from the Ernestine branch of the House of Wettin and a Colonel in the Thirty Years' War. Life. Duke Frederick was the son of John II of Saxe-Weimar and his wife Dorothea Maria of Anhalt, sister of Prince Louis I of Anhalt

  3. › wiki › Saxe-WeimarSaxe-Weimar - Wikipedia

    Duke John William, chafing under the loss, died in 1573, succeeded by his son Frederick William I. Upon his death in 1602 Saxe-Weimar was again divided among his younger brother John II and Frederick William's minor son John Philipp, who received the territory of Saxe-Altenburg.

  4. John Frederick disfrutó de una educación integral del chambelán Kaspar von Teutleben y del concejal Friedrich Hortleder . No siguió a sus hermanos a la Universidad. Sin embargo, acompañó a su hermano Alberto IV de Sajonia-Eisenach en 1619 en su Gran Gira por Francia y Suiza.

  5. The brother of John William is John Frederick of Saxe-Gotha. He is placed under the imperial ban in November 1566, but he refuses to obey the emperor even though he has now effectively been removed as duke of Saxe-Gotha. Elector Augustus of Saxony, the target of John Frederick's attacks, launches his own attack.

  6. Also known as Johann Friedrich. Born on 19 September 1600 in Altenburg. Died on 17 October 1628 in Weimar. See also: Wikipedia , Wikidata (Q118348) » See 15 coins. Duchy of Saxe-Weimar: Duke John Frederick (1605-1628) » See 15 coins. ½ Thaler - John Ernest I and his seven brothers. 1 Goldgulden - Five brothers. 1 Thaler - Five Brothers.

  7. Woodcut of John Frederick II, Duke of Saxony, John William, Duke of Saxe-Weimar, and John William, Duke of Saxe-Weimar. The three sons of John Frederick I the Magnanimous are pictures seated at a table, each in plumed hats, slashed doublets, and robes edged in fur.