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  1. Finally on 14 December 1482 Eberhard reunified the two halves of Württemberg, Württemberg-Urach and Württemberg-Stuttgart, in the Treaty of Münsingen, with his cousin Eberhard VI of Württemberg-Stuttgart, later the second duke. He moved the capital to Stuttgart. In the same year, Pope Sixtus IV awarded him the Golden Rose.

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

    Eberhard of Friuli (815–866), Duke and key figure in the Carolingian Empire; Eberhard of Béthune (died 1212), Flemish grammarian; Eberhard I, Duke of Württemberg (1445–1496) Eberhard II, Count of Württemberg (after 1315–1392) Eberhard I, Count of Bonngau (died 937) Eberhard III, Duke of Franconia (ca 885–939) Eberhard (Archbishop of ...

  3. 10/08/2022 · The young duke studied law at the Eberhard Carls University in Tübingen. As second son he wasn’t destinated to become the next head of the royal family of Württemberg. However his elder brother Duke Ludwig (1930-2019) gave up his rights on 29 June 1959. It was agreed that Carl would be the heir to his father.

  4. Karlheinz Wagner: Herzog Karl Eugen von Württemberg. Deutsche Verlags-Anstalt, Stuttgart 2001, ISBN 3-421-05474-6. Jürgen Walter: Carl Eugen von Württemberg – ein Herzog und seine Untertanen. Biographie. Stieglitz, Mühlacker 1987, ISBN 3-7987-0243-8. Gekürzte Neuauflage unter dem Titel: Carl Eugen von Württemberg – Biographie.

  5. Politisch bestand das Herzogtum Schwaben etwa 350 Jahre, von Beginn des 10. Jahrhunderts bis zum Ende der Staufer und dem Ende der Stammesherzogtümer überhaupt, rechtlich wurde es erst 1806 zusammen mit dem Heiligen Römischen Reich Deutscher Nation aufgelöst.

  6. fmg.ac › Projects › MedLandsSAXONY DUKES - FMG

    02/07/2015 · The title "Duke of Saxony" or "Duke of the Saxons" is first noted in documentation from the early 11th century. The choice of Lothar von Süpplingenburg to succeed as duke of Saxony after the extinction of the Billung family in the male line in 1106 marked a turning point in Saxon history (see Chapter 4).