Frederick IV

Frederick IV may refer to:

  • Frederick IV of Sicily (1341–1377)
  • Frederick IV of Austria (1382–1439)
  • Frederick IV of Naples (1452–1504)
  • Frederick IV, Elector Palatine (1574–1610)
  • Frederick IV of Holstein-Gottorp (1671–1702)
  • Frederick IV of Denmark (1671–1730)

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Christian Detlev Reventlow
... brother of Anne Sophie Reventlow, queen consort of Denmark after her marriage to Frederick IV of Denmark ... In March 1713 King Frederick IV appointed Reventlow as president of Altona ... In 1732 he was dismissed as president of Altona after the death of his brother in law, Frederick IV of Denmark ...
Frederick IV, Duke Of Legnica - Marriages and Issue
... On 20 January 1587, Frederick IV married firstly with Maria Sidonia (b ... On 23 November 1589, Frederick IV married secondly with Dorothea (b ... On 24 October 1594, Frederick IV married thirdly with Anna (b ...
Dukes Of Schleswig - Co-ruling Dukes of The Houses of Oldenburg and Of Holstein-Gottorp - House of Schleswig-Holstein-Gottorp (after 1580)
... information House of Holstein-Gottorp Portrait Reign Name 1544–1586 Adolf 1586–1587 Frederick II 1587–1590 Philip 1590–1616 John Adolf 1616–1659 Frederick III ... Frederick IV of Denmark and Norway continued as the sole Duke of Schleswig ...
List Of Baroque Residences - Scandinavia
... Palace Drottningholm Sweden Queen Hedvig Eleonora Fredensborg Palace Fredensborg Denmark Frederick IV of Denmark Frederiksberg Palace Frederiksberg Denmark ...
Burgraviate Of Nuremberg - List of Burgraves - House of Hohenzollern
... 1192–1200/1204 Frederick I (1139–1200/1204), originally Frederick III, Count of Zollern, and married Sophia, daughter of Conrad II, later becoming burgrave through this union. 1204–1218 Frederick II (1188–1255, younger son of Frederick I) 1218–1261/1262 Conrad I der Fromme (ca. 1186–1261/2, elder son of Frederick I and brother of Frederick II) ...

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