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  2. Frederick III, Holy Roman Emperor - Wikipedia,_Holy_Roman...

    Cymburgis of Masovia. Religion. Roman Catholicism. Frederick III ( German: Friedrich III, 21 September 1415 – 19 August 1493) was Holy Roman Emperor from 1452 until his death in 1493. He was the fourth king and first emperor of the House of Habsburg. He was the penultimate emperor to be crowned by the pope, and the last to be crowned in Rome .

  3. Hohenstaufen - Wikipedia

    Duke Frederick II and Conrad, the two current male Staufers, by their mother Agnes, were grandsons of late Emperor Henry IV and nephews of Henry V. Frederick attempted to succeed to the throne of the Holy Roman Emperor (formally known as the King of the Romans) through a customary election, but lost to the Saxon duke Lothair of Supplinburg. A ...

  4. Family tree of German monarchs - Wikipedia

    Francis II 1768–1835 Emperor of Austria Holy Roman Emperor r. 1792–1806: Maria Theresa of Naples and Sicily 1772–1807: Joseph 1776–1847 Palatine of Hungary: Ferdinand III 1769–1824 Grand Duke of Tuscany: Luisa of Naples and Sicily 1773–1802: Anton Victor of Austria 1779–1835: John 1782–1859 Imperial regent: Rainer Joseph of ...

  5. Cultural depictions of Frederick Barbarossa - Wikipedia

    Cultural depictions of Frederick Barbarossa. Frederick I, nicknamed Barbarossa, was one of the most notable Holy Roman Emperors, who left a considerable political and cultural legacy, especially in Germany and Italy. Thus, he has been the subjects of many studies as well as works of art. Due to his popularity and notoriety, in the 19th and ...

  6. On December 26, 1194, Frederick II, one of the most powerful Holy Roman Emperors of the Middle Age s and head of the House of Hohenstaufen was born. Speaking six languages (Latin, Sicilian, German, French, Greek and Arabic), Frederick was an avid patron of science and the art, called by a contemporary chronicler stupor mundi (“the wonder of the world”).

  7. German king and (since 1220) Emperor, grandson of Frederic I (Barbarossa), son of Henry VI. Born at Iesi (Marche), died at Castelfiorentino, Puglia. Buried alongside his mother Costanza of Altavilla, his first wife Constanze of Aragon and his father. Two other wifes are buried at Andria. ∼ Father Henry VI, Holy Roman Emperor

  8. Frederick II has been praised to the heavens and condemned to the depths of hell (by both Pope and Poet).The Son of Apulia, Wonder of the World, Holy Roman Emperor, perjurer and sacrilegious heretic, “Sultan” of Lucera, violator of his pledge as crusader, peaceful liberator of Jerusalem, enlightened patron of science and founder of universities, brutal in the extreme, law maker, the ...

  9. War of the Keys - Wikipedia

    The War of the Keys (1228–1230) was the first military conflict between Frederick II, Holy Roman Emperor, and the Papacy. Fighting took place in central and southern Italy. The Papacy made strong gains at first, securing the Papal States and invading the Kingdom of Sicily, while Frederick was away on the Sixth Crusade.

  10. Sixth Crusade - World History Encyclopedia

    The Sixth Crusade (1228-1229 CE), which for many historians was merely the delayed final chapter of the unsuccessful Fifth Crusade (1217-1221 CE), finally saw the Holy Roman Emperor Frederick II (r. 1220-1250 CE) arrive with his army in the Holy Land, as he had long vowed to do. Jerusalem had been out of Christian hands since 1187 CE but was ...

  11. Complete List of the Holy Roman Emperors

    Frederick II - Holy Roman Emperor - 1211-1250. Frederick II (26 December 1194 – 13 December 1250), was one of the most powerful Holy Roman Emperors of the Middle Ages and head of the House of Hohenstaufen. His political and cultural ambitions, based in Sicily and stretching through Italy to Germany, and even to Jerusalem, were enormous ...

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