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  1. Frederick I, Elector of Brandenburg. Mother. Elizabeth of Bavaria-Landshut. Frederick III of Brandenburg, nicknamed the Fat, also the Younger (born: c. 1424; died: 6 October 1463 in Tangermünde) was Margrave of Brandenburg and Lord of the Altmark .

  2. Frederick the Fair ( German: Friedrich der Schöne) or the Handsome (c. 1289 – 13 January 1330), from the House of Habsburg, was the duke of Austria and Styria from 1308 as well as the anti-king of Germany from 1314 until 1325 and then co-king until his death. Contents 1 Background 2 Duke of Austria 3 Double election of 1314 4 Reconciliation

  3. Jeffrey Sutton Frederick was a songwriter, guitarist and performer specializing in good-time Americana music—an idiosyncratic blend of folk, country and rock and roll. He was a largely uncredited predecessor of today's alternative country music genre. Also notorious for his pranks, he was a prodigious songwriter, specializing in sly, hilarious and soulful pieces. Frederick's tightly crafted songs and intricate guitar work were praised by the likes of Willie Nelson, Eric Clapton ...

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    Frederick III was Holy Roman Emperor from 1452 until his death. He was the fourth king and first emperor of the House of Habsburg. He was the penultimate emperor to be crowned by the pope, and the last to be crowned in Rome. Prior to his imperial coronation, he was duke of the Inner Austrian lands of Styria, Carinthia and Carniola from 1424, and al...

    Born at the Tyrolean residence of Innsbruck in 1415, Frederick was the eldest son of the Inner Austrian duke Ernest the Iron, a member of the Leopoldian line of the Habsburg dynasty, and his second wife Cymburgis of Masovia. According to the 1379 Treaty of Neuberg, the Leopoldinian branch ruled over the duchies of Styria, Carinthia and Carniola, or...

    Frederick's style of rulership was marked by hesitation and a sluggish pace of decision making. The Italian humanist Enea Silvio Piccolomini, later Pope Pius II, who at one time worked at Frederick's court, described the Emperor as a person who wanted to conquer the world while remaining seated. Although this was regarded as a character flaw in old...

    Frederick's political initiatives were hardly bold, but they were still successful. Frederick III was crowned Holy Roman Emperor in 1452, the first since the death of Emperor Sigismund. His ascension to the role of Emperor came with the stipulation that should the previous queen give birth to a male heir, Frederick would become his guardian. When t...

    Frederick was an important and powerful patron of music, with a "preference for importing Western talent". This, combined with the efforts by non-coủrtly institutions like the Cathedral at Trent, would contribute to the flourishing of music under Maximilian I. The 110 books he collected form the core collection of the later Bibliotheca Regia, that ...

    Frederick had five children from his marriage with Eleanor of Portugal: 1. Christoph 2. Maximilian, Holy Roman Emperor, married 1477 Mary of Burgundy, daughter of Duke of Burgundy Charles the Bold 1494 Bianca Maria Sforza, daughter of Duke of Milan Galeazzo Maria Sforza Helene Kunigunde, married 1487 Albert IV, Duke of Bavaria Johannes For the last...

  4. Frederick Fat, 1858 - 1930. Frederick Fat was born on month day 1858, at birth place. Frederick married Amelia Fat. They had 3 children: Edward C Fat and 2 other children. Frederick lived in 1910, at address, Illinois. He lived in 1920, at address, Illinois.

  5. Frederick III (1415-1493), also known as Frederick the Fat and Frederick the Peaceful, was the eldest son of the Inner Austrian duke Ernest the Iron, a member of the Habsburg dynasty. He became duke of Inner Austria in 1424 at the age of nine, but would not be awarded rule until 1435, with his younger brother Albert asserting his rights as co-ruler.

  6. 20/05/2017 · Reformation History: Frederick The Wise, Protector of Luther and Fat Groundhog Share Watch on The Holy Roman Empire was always defined by the power struggles between the territorial princes, the emperor and the pope in Rome. One of those princes was Frederick III, who was also called “The Wise”.