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    Polygamy (from Late Greek πολυγαμία (polugamía) "state of marriage to many spouses") is the practice of marrying multiple spouses.When a man is married to more than one wife at the same time, sociologists call this polygyny.

  2. Waldeck was a county within the Holy Roman Empire from 1180. The ruling counts were a branch of the Counts of Schwalenberg (at Schwalenberg Castle). Waldeck Castle (Waldeck), overlooking the Eder river at Waldeck and first mentioned in 1120, was inherited by count Widekind I of Schwalenberg and his son Volkwin, from the counts of Itter and the counts of Ziegenhain, when they married wives of ...

  3. Total population estimates of the German territories range around 5 to 6 million by the end of Henry III's reign in 1056 and about 7 to 8 million after Friedrich Barabarossa's rule in 1190. [102] [103] The vast majority were farmers, typically in a state of serfdom under feudal lords and monasteries. [91]

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  5. Both brothers left no descendants. Maurice William was succeeded by his uncle, Henry. Christian III Maurice: 7 November 1680: 1694: 14 November 1694: Albertine Saxe-Merseburg: Unmarried: Maurice William: 5 February 1688: 1694–1731: 21 April 1731: Albertine Saxe-Merseburg: Henriette Charlotte of Nassau-Idstein 4 November 1711 Istein one child ...

  6. He ruled Cleves from 1481 to his death in 1521. He was called "The Babymaker" as he had fathered sixty-three illegitimate children prior to his marriage with Mathilde of Hesse in 1489, who was the daughter of Henry III, Landgrave of Upper Hesse and his wife Anna of Katzenelnbogen. They had three children : John III (1490–1539), his successor

  7. Frederick III of Simmern, the Pious, Elector Palatine of the Rhine (14 February 1515 – 16 October 1576) was a ruler from the house of Wittelsbach, branch Palatinate-Simmern-Sponheim. He was a son of John II of Simmern and inherited the Palatinate from the childless Elector Otto-Henry, Elector Palatine ( Ottheinrich ) in 1559.