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  1. Turingia (en alemán, Thüringen, pronunciado /ˈtyːʁɪŋən/ ( escuchar)) es un estado libre entre los dieciséis estados federados de Alemania, atravesado por el bosque de Turingia y situado en la zona geográfica centro-oriental del país. Algunas ciudades importantes de este estado son Erfurt, Jena, Weimar, Gera y Eisenach . Índice 1 Historia

  2. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › ThuringiaThuringia - Wikipedia

    Thuringia ( English: / θəˈrɪndʒiə /; German: Thüringen [ˈtyːʁɪŋən] ( listen) ), officially the Free State of Thuringia ( Freistaat Thüringen [ˈfʁaɪʃtaːt ˈtyːʁɪŋən] ), is a state of central Germany, covering 16,171 square kilometres (6,244 sq mi), the sixth smallest of the sixteen German states. It has a population of about 2.1 million. [4]

    • 16,171 km² (6,244 sq mi)
    • Germany
  3. Thuringia (German: Thüringen) is a Bundesland of Germany. It lies in central Germany and has an area of 16,251 km 2 sq mi). This means Thuringia is the sixth smallest state in Germany by area. It has 2.1 million inhabitants, so it is the fifth smallest state in Germany by population. The capital is Erfurt.

    • 16,171 km² (6,244 sq mi)
    • Germany
    • Reyes de Turingia
    • Margraves de Turingia
    • Landgraves de Turingia
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    450-500 Basino
    500-530 Baderico
    500-530 Berthar
    500-531 Hermanfredo
    1000-1002 Ecardo I, margrave de Meissendesde 985, asesinado
    1002-1003 Guillermo II, conde de Weimar
    1046-1062 Guillermo IV, nieto, margrave de Meissen
    1062-1067 Otón, hermano, margrave de Meissen

    El landgraviato lo formó el emperador Lotario II de Supplinburgo en 1130 agrupando de nuevo el oeste del antiguo ducado merovingio de los turingios. Es otorgado a los sucesores de Luis el Caballo (Ludowinger) que tenían su castillo en Wartburg, en tanto que el resto de la región es controlado por los Ascanios y los Schwarzburger.

    Rassloff, Steffen (2010). Geschichte Thüringens. Múnich: Beck. ISBN 978-3-406-60523-9.
    Rassloff, Steffen (2016). Mitteldeutsche Geschichte. Sachsen - Sachsen-Anhalt - Thüringen. Leipzig: Ediciones Leipzig. ISBN 978-3-361-00717-8.
  4. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › ThuringiiThuringii - Wikipedia

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    The Thuringians do not appear in classical Roman texts under that name, but some have suggested that they were the remnants of the Suebic Hermanduri, the last part of whose name (-duri) could represent the same sound as (-thuri) and the Germanic suffix -ing, suggests a meaning of "descendants of (the [Herman]duri)". This people were living near the...

    The Thuringii established an empire in the late fifth century. It reached its territorial peak in the first half of the sixth before it was conquered by the Franks in 531–532. Examination of Thuringian grave sites reveal cranial features which suggest the strong presence of Hunnic women or slaves, perhaps indicating that many Thuringians took Hunni...

    Christianity had reached the Thuringii in the fifth century, but their exposure to it was limited. Their real Christianisation took place, alongside the ecclesiastical organisation of their territory, during the early and mid eighth century under Boniface, who felled their "sacred oak" at Geismarin 724, abolishing the vestiges of their paganism. In...

    The Thuringian nobility, which had an admixture of Frankish, Thuringian, and Saxon blood, was not as landed as that of Francia. There was also a larger population of free peasant farmers than in Francia, though there was still a large number of serfs. The obligations of serfs there were also generally less oppressive. There were also fewer clergyme...

    The history of the Thuringii is best known from the writings concerning their conquerors, the Franks. Gregory of Tours, a Gallo-Roman, includes the nearest account in time of the fall of the Thuringian Empire. Widukind of Corvey, writing in tenth-century Saxony, inundates his similar account with various legends. The Thuringii make brief appearance...

  5. El Escudo de Turingia se refiere al escudo de armas del estado federado alemán de Turingia. Este puede ser blasonado como en campo de azur, un león rampante burelado de plata y de gules, coronado y armado de oro, rodeado de ocho estrellas de argén. Esto puede ser interpretado como un campo azul con un león con ocho fajas horizontales rojas-blancas, con corona y garras de oro, con ocho estrellas alrededor de plata/blancas. Algunos creen que las ocho estrellas representan las ...