Otto II

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Memleben Abbey - History
... His son Otto I also often stayed in Memleben and issued a number of documents from here ... Otto I died here on 7 May 973 and although his body was buried in Magdeburg, his heart, according to legend, was buried in Memleben ... his memory, and perhaps as an intended site of dynastic memorial, his son Otto II founded in 975 a Benedictine monastery, which within a short time had become one of ...
List of Papal Appointments - Holy Roman Empire
... Leo, Otho left Rome and carried Benedict with him to Germany." Otto I, Holy Roman Emperor Leo VIII July 964 to March 1, 965 Sometimes considered an ... Sylvester II April 2, 999 to May 12, 1003 ...
John I, Bishop-Elect Of Utrecht - Biography
... John was a son of Count Henry (Heinrich) II "the Rich" of Nassau and Matilda of Guelders (German Mathilde von Geldern) ... this decision by John's maternal relatives his cousin Count Otto II of Guelders and Floris V, Count of Holland ... of the Archbishop of Cologne, Engelbert II of Falkenstein (1261–1274), did not agree with this choice ...
Notker Of Liège
... was appointed imperial chaplain in Italy, and in 972 he was nominated by Otto I, Holy Roman Emperor as bishop of Liège, a suffragan of the Archbishop of Cologne ... After receiving secular power from Otto II, Notger transform the episcopal city into the capital of an ecclesiastical principality in the Holy Roman Empire ... Praiseworthy also were his services as a politician under Otto II and Henry II ...
Otto II, Count Palatine Of Mosbach-Neumarkt - Life
... Otto was born in 1435 as the eldest son of Otto I, Count Palatine of Mosbach-Neumarkt ... Otto II also had a strong interest in astronomy and mathematics, which led to his title "Mathematicus", and he established an observatory on the castle ... Otto died in Neumarkt in 1499 childless and was buried in the Church of St Maria ...

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