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  1. Joachim Frederick was born in Cölln to John George, Elector of Brandenburg, and Sophie of Legnica. He served as administrator of the Archbishopric of Magdeburg from 1566 to 1598, then succeeded his father as Elector of Brandenburg in 1598. Joachim Frederick was succeeded at his death by his son John Sigismund. Joachim Frederick's first ...

  2. Joachim Frederick, German Joachim Friedrich, (born January 1, 1546, Kölln an der Spree, Brandenburg [Germany]—died July 28, 1608, en route from Storkow to Rüdersdorf), elector of Brandenburg (1598–1608), eldest son of Elector John George. Joachim established the rule of primogeniture for the Hohenzollern electorate by a family agreement known as the Gera Bond (1598), which confirmed the practice begun by Albert III Achilles whereby Brandenburg formed the inheritance of the elector’s ...

  3. Joaquín Federico I de Hohenzollern (Cölln, Berlín, 27 de enero de 1546 - Köpenick, 18 de julio de 1608), miembro de la Casa de Hohenzollern, sucedió a su padre Juan Jorge I como Margrave elector de Brandeburgo en 1598. Su madre fue Sofía, princesa de Legnica. Fue Duque de Prusia.

  4. Joachim Frederick, Elector of Brandenburg is the 3,336th most popular politician (up from 3,357th in 2019), the 915th most popular biography from Germany (down from 879th in 2019) and the 254th most popular German Politician. Joachim Frederick, Elector of Brandenburg is most famous for his military and diplomatic skills. Memorability Metrics

  5. Joachim Frederick was born in Cölln to John George, Elector of Brandenburg, and Sophie of Legnica. He served as administrator of the Archbishopric of Magdeburg from 1566 to 1598, then succeeded his father as Elector of Brandenburg in 1598. Joachim Frederick was succeeded at his death by his son John Sigismund.

  6. Joachim Frederick's first marriage on 8 January 1570 was to Catherine of Brandenburg-Küstrin, daughter of John, Margrave of Brandenburg-Küstrin, and Catherine of Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel. Joachim Frederick's second marriage, on 23 October 1603, was to Eleanor of Prussia, born 12 August 1583, daughter of Albert Frederick and Marie Eleonore of Cleves.