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    The non-contemporary name of 'Hohenstaufen' is derived from the family's Hohenstaufen Castle on Hohenstaufen mountain at the northern fringes of the Swabian Jura, near the town of Göppingen. Under Hohenstaufen rule, the Holy Roman Empire reached its greatest territorial extent from 1155 to 1268.

  2. Hohenstaufen Castle (German: Burg Hohenstaufen) is a ruined castle in Göppingen in Baden-Württemberg, Germany. The hill castle was built in the 11th century, on a conical hill between the Rems and Fils rivers (both tributaries of the Neckar ) in what was then the Duchy of Swabia .

  3. Los Hohenstaufen o Staufen, también conocidos como gibelinos, fueron una dinastía de emperadores del Sacro Imperio Romano Germánico, monarcas de Alemania y de Sicilia, originaria de la región de Suabia. La dinastía se fundó en 1079 y se disolvió en 1268. [2]

  4. Hohenstaufen dynasty, German dynasty that ruled the Holy Roman Empire from 1138 to 1208 and from 1212 to 1254. The founder of the line was the count Frederick (died 1105), who built Staufen Castle in the Swabian Jura Mountains and was rewarded for his fidelity to Emperor Henry IV by being appointed.

  5. House of Hohenzollern - Wikipedia. Contents. hide. (Top) County of Zollern. Franconian branch. Brandenburg-Prussian branch since 1918 abdication. Royal House of Hohenzollern table. Family tree of the House of Hohenzollern. Swabian branch. Kings of the Romanians. Residences. Property claims. Coats of arms. Members of the family after abdication.

  6. Wäscherschloss Castlethe Staufer family origin. Hohenstaufen, Wäscherschloss Castle (Burg Wäscherschloss) and Lorch Monastery (Kloster Lorch) are key historical locations for the Staufer – representing the birthplace of the dynasty, the official family seat, and its initial burial site.

  7. The Hohenstaufen (or the Staufer (s)) were a dynasty of Kings of Germany, many of whom were also crowned Holy Roman Emperor and Duke of Swabia. The dynasty can be dated from 1138 until 1266. In 1194, the Hohenstaufen also became Kings of Sicily. The proper name, taken from their castle in Swabia, is Staufen.