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  1. 14 de may. de 2024 · Rupert (born May 5, 1352, Amberg, Rhenish Palatinate [Germany]—died May 18, 1410, near Oppenheim, Rhenish Palatinate) was a German king from 1400 and, as Rupert III, elector Palatine of the Rhine from 1398.

  2. 7 de jun. de 2024 · The Palatinate branch kept the Palatinate until 1918, having succeeded also to Bavaria in 1777. With the Golden Bull of 1356 the Counts Palatine were invested with the electoral dignity, their county became the Electorate of the Palatinate .

  3. 4 de jun. de 2024 · Nassau, originally a county, but part of the duchy of Franconia, developed on the lower Lahn river in what is known today as Rhineland-Palatinate. The town of Nassau was founded in 915. As noted above, Dudo of Laurenburg held Nassau as a fiefdom as granted by the Bishopric of Worms.

  4. 7 de jun. de 2024 · He had long rested upon their promises that there should be a quiet restitution of the Palatinate upon the Palatinate's submission. His Majesty, in hope thereof, [f. 149v] had refrained arms though he had been advised to the contrary.

  5. 1 de jun. de 2024 · Previous accounts have mostly assumed that the Palatinate's restoration was a central objective of Stuart policy, and that a diplomatic solution tied to the Spanish Match provided an alternative to war.

  6. 29 de may. de 2024 · Heidelberg, city, Baden-Württemberg Land (state), southwestern Germany. The city lies on the canalized Neckar River where it emerges from the forested hills of Odenwald into the Rhine plain. It was first mentioned in 1196 and was the capital of the Rhenish Palatinate (Pfalz) and the residence of.

  7. 2 de jun. de 2024 · The conventional textbook treatment of the continental Reformation reflects the tremendous impact of the sixteenth century’s two theological giants, Martin Luther and Jean Calvin. Luther and Germany receive the most attention as the initiator and locus respectively of the evangelical movement to mid-century, while Calvin emerges as ...