Emperor Louis

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Ljudevit Posavski - Rebellions Against The Franks
... In 818 Ljudevit sent his emissaries to Emperor Louis in Heristal ... The Emperor Louis the Pious (814-840) sent Margrave Cadolah of Friuli (800-819) to quell the rebellion. 819 on the Council in Ingelheim Ljudevit's emissaries offered truce conditions, but Emperor Louis refused demanding more concessions to him ...
1620s - Significant People
... de Almeida of Portugal (1580–1646), Jesuit Missionary and ambassador to the Emperor of Ethiopia Emilio Bonaventura Altieri of Rome (1590–1676 ... Archduke of Austria (1608–1657), Habsburg Prince and future Holy Roman Emperor Domenico Fetti of Rome (1589–1623), painter Fidelis of Sigmaringen (1578–1622), Capuchin friar and Martyr. 1608–1660), French Prince (brother of Louis XIII) and commander of the aristocratic revolt at Les Ponts-de-Cé Artemisia Gentileschi of Rome (1593–1656 ...
Counts Of Provence - Carolingian Kings
... surviving brothers, Lothair II and the Emperor Louis II ... The bulk goes to Louis ... Louis II (863–875), also Holy Roman Emperor from 855 As with his Kingdom of Italy, Louis's Provence goes to his uncle on his death ...

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