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  1. Albrecht von Brandenburg (5 January 1521 – 24 September 1545) Jacopo Sadoleto (27 November 1545 – 18 October 1547) Jean du Bellay (26 October 1547 – 9 April 1548) Giulio della Rovere (9 April 1548 – 12 April 1570) Antoine Perrenot de Granvella (9 June 1570 – 9 July 1578) Giovanni Antonio Serbelloni (12 April 1570 – 9 June 1570)

  2. 10/10/1998 · The treaty gave the Swiss independence of Austria and the Netherlands independence of Spain. The German principalities secured their autonomy. Sweden gained territory and a payment in cash, Brandenburg and Bavaria made gains too, and France acquired most of Alsace-Lorraine. The prospect of a Roman Catholic reconquest of Europe vanished forever.

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    02/07/2015 · After the death in 1422 of Elector Albrecht IV, last descendant in the male line of the Ballenstedt dynasty, Emperor Sigmund appointed Friedrich IV "der Streitbare" Markgraf von Meissen and Landgraf of Thuringia as duke of Saxony (see Chapter 8). His descendants continued to rule Saxony until after the First World War.

  4. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Jakob_FuggerJakob Fugger - Wikipedia

    The Prince-electors consisted of the three archbishops of Mainz, Cologne and Trier in addition to the King of Bohemia, the Elector of the Palatinate, the Margrave of Brandenburg and the Duke of Saxony. This was a difficult situation for Carlos I who now relied on the riches of Jakob Fugger to sway the election in his favor.

  5. 1157: Albrecht der Bär erobert die Burg Brandenburg zurück und vertreibt Jacza von Köpenick. Dies gilt als Gründungsdatum der Mark Brandenburg. 1345: Der einflussreiche byzantinische Minister Alexios Apokaukos wird bei der Inspektion ohne seine Leibwache eines im Bau befindlichen Gefängnisses von Gefangenen überwältigt und getötet.