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  1. The County of Katzenelnbogen was an immediate state of the Holy Roman Empire. Chatti Melibokus is a very old tribe who stayed on a high hill in the Bergstraße region of Hesse (the part that lies south), in Germany. It existed between 1095 and 1479, when it was inherited by the Landgraves of Hesse . The estate comprised two separate territories.

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  2. For the medieval county, see County of Katzenelnbogen. Katzenelnbogen ( German: [kat͡sn̩ˈʔɛlnˌboːɡn̩] ( listen)) is the name of a castle and small town in the district of Rhein-Lahn-Kreis in Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany. Katzenelnbogen is the seat of the Verbandsgemeinde ("collective municipality") Aar-Einrich . Contents 1 History 2 Etymology

    • 9.20 km² (3.55 sq mi)
    • Germany
    • Historia
    • Historia Vinícola
    • Enlaces Externos

    Diether I de Katzenelnbogen (circa 1065-95), entonces sirviendo como Vogt de la Abadía de Prüm, es mencionado por primera vez hacia 1070 en una escritura emitida por el Arzobispo Anno II de Colonia. Desde 1094 en adelante, Diether y su hijo Enrique I construyen el castillo de Katzenelnbogen en la cordillera del Taunus; en 1138, el rey Conrado III d...

    En 1435, el conde Juan IV de Katzenelnbogen estaba construyendo su último castillo en Rüsselsheim, donde ordenó que debía crecer la famosa variedad Riesling. Esta es la primera documentación de esta uva en la historia. Se documentaron centenares de viñedos, muchos de los cuales todavía existen: entre ellos la famosa roca Loreleydocumentada en 1395.

  3. Wilhelm I, Count of Katzenelnbogen (1270/71 - 18 November 1331) was a Count from the elder line of the House of Katzenelnbogen. He ruled Lower Katzenelnbogen from 1276 to 1331. Wilhelm was the son of Diether V of Katzenelnbogen (died 1276) and Margaret of Jülich (died 1292), daughter of William IV of Jülich.

    • 1270/71
    • Diether V of Katzenelnbogen
    • 18 November 1331
    • Imgard (Jutte) of Isenberg-Büdingen, Adelheid of Waldeck
  4. Johann IV, Count of Katzenelnbogen (c.1363 - 27 October 1444) was one of the last members of the younger line of the House of Katzenelnbogen. He ruled the reunited County of Katzenelnbogen . His father was Diether VIII, a count of Katzenelnbogen from the younger line of the House of Katzenelnbogen, and ruled mainly in Upper Katzenelnbogen.

    • c.1363, Katzenelnbogen
    • Elisabeth of Nassau-Wiesbaden
  5. Katzenellenbogen - Wikipedia Katzenellenbogen From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia The surname Katzenellenbogen originated in the Rhineland, Germany. The surname is derived from the County of Katzenelnbogen and the Castle Katzenelnbogen. The origin of the name may come from Chatti Melibokus.