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Secular And Ecclesiastical Treasury
... which was rebuilt in the sixteenth century in the Renaissance style under Holy Roman Emperor Ferdinand I ... and Sceptre of Austria, and the Imperial Regalia of the Emperors and Kings of the Holy Roman Empire, including the Imperial Crown of the Holy Roman Empire ...
Marc De Beauvau
... Marc de Beauvau Prince of Craon, Beauvau and of the Holy Roman Empire, grandee of Spain (29 April 1679 – 10 March 1754) was a French nobleman. 1704 he married Anne Marguerite de Lignéville (1686–1772), countess of the Holy Roman Empire, at Lunéville ... for François de Lorraine, later Holy Roman Emperor, who had been declared successor of the last Medici ruler in the Treaty of Vienna ...
Christianity And Women - Women in Church History - Post Reformation
... Consorts of the Holy Roman Emperors were given the title of Holy Roman Empress ... The throne was reserved for males, thus there was never a Holy Roman Empress regnant, though women such as Theophanu and Maria Theresa of Austria, controlled the power of rule and served as de facto ... to the long tradition of female convents which had existed within Roman Catholicism, and which the Reformers saw as bondage ...
Prussian Crusade - Invitation of The Teutonic Knights
... and suggested that the subjugation of the Prussians would make the Holy Roman Empire's borders easier to defend against invaders ... The Holy Roman Emperor gave his approval of the enterprise in the Golden Bull of Rimini of 1226, granting them Chełmno Land, or Culmerland, and any future conquests ... in all territorial acquisitions, aside from allegiance to the Holy See and the Holy Roman Emperor ...
Marie Eleonore Of Cleves - Family
... Her mother was the daughter of Ferdinand I, Holy Roman Emperor and Anna of Bohemia and Hungary ... had many maternal aunts and uncles, such as Maximilian II, Holy Roman Emperor and Johanna of Austria ... Among her cousins were Anna of Austria, Rudolf II, Holy Roman Emperor, Eleonora de' Medici, and Marie de' Medici ...

Famous quotes containing the words roman and/or holy:

    He wrote in prison, not a History of the World, like Raleigh, but an American book which I think will live longer than that. I do not know of such words, uttered under such circumstances, and so copiously withal, in Roman or English or any history.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    “When the sun rises, do you not see a round disc of fire somewhat like a guinea?” O no, no, I see an innumerable company of the heavenly host crying “Holy, Holy, Holy is the Lord God Almighty.”
    William Blake (1757–1827)