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  1. El retablo mayor de la catedral Vieja de Salamanca, de Nicolás Florentino y Dello Delli (1430-1450). El antiguo retablo mayor de la catedral de León, hoy desmantelado, de Nicolás Francés (ca. 1434). [54] El retablo mayor de la Seo (Zaragoza, 1434-1480), de Pere Johan y Hans de Suabia, tallado en alabastro.

  2. Harald Blåtand se encuentra enterrado en la catedral de Roskilde. En 2018 se encontró su tesoro en la localidad de Schaprode. [6] Tecnología Bluetooth. Once siglos después, la compañía Ericsson puso el nombre de Bluetooth a una nueva tecnología en memoria de Harald.

  3. This list contains all European emperors, kings and regent princes and their consorts as well as well-known crown princes since the Middle Ages, whereas the lists are starting with either the beginning of the monarchy or with a change of the dynasty (e.g. England with the Norman king William the Conqueror, Spain with the unification of Castile and Aragon, Sweden with the Vasa dynasty, etc.).

  4. Manon Melis (born 1986) is a Dutch manager of women's football development at Feyenoord and a former professional footballer who played as a forward.She spent most of her professional career playing in the Swedish league Damallsvenskan, which she won three times with her club LdB FC Malmö, in 2010, 2011, and 2013.

  5. Dom von Roskilde: König Christian V. 1646–1699 Dom von Roskilde: Charlotte Amalie von Hessen-Kassel: 1650–1714 Dom von Roskilde: König Friedrich IV. 1671–1730 Dom von Roskilde: Louise von Mecklenburg-Güstrow: 1667–1721 Dom von Roskilde: Anna Sophie von Reventlow: 1693–1743 Dom von Roskilde: König Christian VI. 1699–1746 Dom von ...

  6. Além de celebrar missas com fiéis católicos, ele participou de serviços ecumênicos em lugares que haviam sido igrejas católicas antes da reforma luterana, no século XVI, como a Catedral de Nidaros, na Noruega, próximo da Igreja de Santo Olavo, em Thingvellir, na Islândia, a Catedral de Turku na Finlândia, a Catedral de Roskilde, na Dinamarca e a Catedral de Uppsala, na Suécia.