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  1. Sigismund, (born Feb. 15, 1368, probably Nürnberg—died Dec. 9, 1437, Znojmo, Bohemia), Holy Roman emperor from 1433, king of Hungary from 1387, German king from 1411, king of Bohemia from 1419, and Lombard king from 1431. The last emperor of the House of Luxembourg, he participated in settling the Western Schism and the Hussite wars in Bohemia. Sigismund, a younger son of the Holy Roman ...

  2. Sigismund of Luxembourg (15 February 1368 – 9 December 1437) was a monarch who reigned as King of Hungary and Croatia from 1387, King of Germany from 1410, King of Bohemia from 1419, and Holy Roman Emperor from 1433 until his death in 1437, as well as prince-elector of Brandenburg (1378–1388 and 1411–1415). He was the last male member of ...

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    Sigismund was the first captain of the Imperial Fists Legion during the Great Crusade and the Horus Heresy eras. Sigismund was a name that echoed through the Great Crusade even before the darkness of the Horus Heresy made him the stuff of legends. Born on Terra and raised to the Legiones Astartes as the Great Crusade was at its height, he ascended ...

    "We will spend our lives fighting to secure this Imperium, and then I fear we will spend the rest of our days fighting to keep it intact... In the far future, there will be only war." — First Captain Sigismund sharing his private thoughts with Captain Tarik Torgaddon, Second Captain of the Luna Wolves Legion Sigismund served beside the Imperial Fis...

    Sigismund was a sturdy, thickset Astartes, his hair a dark blonde with a patrician face that echoed the same austere lines as his primarch, Rogal Dorn. His face was only marred by a scar from under his right eye that ran down his cheek all the way to his jawline. His eyes were coloured a bright, sapphire blue that matched the colour of the ocean.

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    Sigismund was born during the Unification Wars on Terra, within a city that was later burned down during the conflict. While he escaped the city's destruction, Sigismund was left an orphan and eventually found himself in the Ionus Plateau's refugee camp. Shortly after the Unification Wars were ended, he was among a young group of fellow orphans tha...

    Sometime later, Sigismund became an Imperial Fist and 12 years after he defeated the Corpse Kings, he was selected to join the Legion's Templar Brethren. Sigismund was among the youngest in the Imperial Fists' history for the honor and he received his training under the Templar's Weapon Smith Appius. During their training together, Appius knew that...

    It was Sigismund who led the squad of marines that accompanied Rogal Dorn in a boarding action on the Eisenstein, under the command of Battle-Captain Nathaniel Garro of the Death Guard, bringing word of Horus’s rebellion.[2a][2b] Once Dorn had absorbed the news, he ordered Sigismund as his "strong, right arm" to go on a mission to the Isstvan Syste...

    Sigismund was a mighty warrior and after the Horus Heresy and the breakdown of the Imperial Fists into Codex Chapters, Sigismund led the more zealous of the Imperial Fists as the Black Templars chapter and was elevated to the rank of High Marshal of the Black Templars. His personal heraldry, consisting of black and white, became the official colors...

    Eventually Sigismund realized that the Abaddon and many of the Traitor Legion survivors had fled within the Eye of Terror[14b]. He was not believed though by the High Lords of Terra and many other leaders within the Imperium, as they doubted the Traitors could have survived these long centuries since the Heresy's end within the Eye. Sigismund held ...

  3. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › SigismundSigismund - Wikipedia

    Sigismund. Sigismund (variants: Sigmund, Siegmund) is a German proper name, meaning "protection through victory", from Old High German sigu "victory" + munt "hand, protection". Tacitus latinises it Segimundus. There appears to be an older form of the High German word "Sieg" (victory): sigis, obviously Gothic and an inferred Germanic form, and ...

  4. Sigismund Schlomo Freud nació el 6 de mayo de 1856 en Freiberg, Moravia (en la actualidad, Příbor en la República Checa) en el seno de una familia judía. Aunque el nombre que figura en su certificado de nacimiento es Sigismund , [ 6 ] su padre añadió un segundo nombre, de origen hebreo, Schlomo o Shelomoh (versiones de Salomón ) en una inscripción manuscrita en la biblia de familia.

  5. Siegmund (o Sigismund) Freiherr von Herberstein, 1 o barón Segismundo de Herberstein ( 23 de agosto de 1486 – 28 de marzo de 1566 ), fue un diplomático, escritor e historiador carniolense, así como miembro del Consejo Imperial del Sacro Imperio Romano Germánico. Ha sido especialmente reconocido por su extensa obra escrita sobre la ...

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