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  Albert - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Albert III of Austria, Duke of Austria 1365-1395
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 Albert, Duke of Saxony - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Albert Wettin (January 27, 1443 – September 12, 1500), Duke of Saxony, surnamed the Bold or the Courageous, was the younger son of Frederick II the Gentle.
After the death of the elector Frederick in 1464, Albert and Ernest ruled their lands together, but in 1485 a division was made by the treaty of Leipzig, and Albert received Meissen, together with some adjoining districts, and founded the Albertine branch of the family of Wettin.
Regarded as a capable soldier by the emperor, Albert, in 1475, took a prominent part in the campaign against Charles the Bold, duke of Burgundy, and in 1487 led an expedition against Matthias Corvinus, king of Hungary, which failed owing to lack of support on the part of the emperor.
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Albert of Saxony's treatises on physics consist of a "Tractatus proportionum" and questions on Aristotle's "Physics", "De Coelo", and "De generatione et corruptione".
At the beginning of the sixteenth century this theory of Albert's strongly attracted the attention of Leonardo da Vinci, and it was to confirm it that he devoted himself to numerous observations of fossils.
Albert's "Quæstiones" on the Physics, the "De Coelo", and the "De generatione", followed by the questions of Thémon and of Buridan on the "De anima", were printed in Paris in 1516 and 1518.
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 Albert of Saxony
Albert's approach involves analyzing the logical and linguistic conditions of every proposition involving the term ‘infinite’ that is significant and capable of being true.
Albert is thus led to present a highly systematized theory of the forms of inference, which represents a major step forward in the medieval theory of logical deduction.
Albert was part of a general scientific trend which sought the first formulations of the principles of dynamics.
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This old Duchy of Saxony, as it is called in distinction from the Duchy of Saxe-Wittenberg, became the centre of the opposition of the German princes to the imperial power during the era of the Franconian or Salian emperors.
Duke Ernest, the founder of the Ernestine line, received by the Partition of Leipzig the Duchy of Saxony and the electoral dignity united with it, besides the Landgravate of Thuringia; Albert, the founder of the Albertine line, received the Margravate of Meissen.
Saxony is the most densely peopled state of the empire, and indeed of all Europe; the reason is the very large immigration on account of the development of manufactures.
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 Saxony   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
From the mid-13th century, the duke of Saxony was recognized as an imperial elector (a prince with the right to participate in choosing the Holy Roman Emperor); a dispute over this right between the two branches was settled in favour of the Wittenberg branch in 1356.
Saxony's monarchy was abolished after Germany's defeat in World War I (1918), and Saxony adopted a republican constitution as a free state under the Weimar Republic (1919–33).
Saxony Land was re-created in 1990 in the process of the unification of East with West Germany.
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 Maurice of Saxony
Maurice, Elector of Saxony, elder son of Henry, Duke of Saxony, belonging to the Albertine branch of the Wettin family, was born at Freiberg on the 21st of March 1521.
Duke Henry had decreed that his lands should be divided between his two sons, but as a partition was regarded as undesirable the whole of the duchy came to his elder son.
In return the duke probably agreed to aid Charles in his proposed attack on the league as soon as he could gain the consent of the Saxon estates, or at all events to remain neutral during the impending war.
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 Flags of the Royal Family, United Kingdom
Albert, Duke of Saxony, Prince of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha, 1857(?) - 1861
They are quartered with the arms of her father Francis Duke of Teck, I assume, who is a son of Duke Alexander of Wurtemberg: Impaled yellow three antlers and yellow 3 fl lions passant langued and armed red, with a heart shield of yellow and fl lozenges.
The 1910-1953 standard of Queen Mary (Queen Mother 1936-1953) is shown in Flaggenbuch 1939 as the royal standard at the hoist with the arms of the Dukes of Teck on the fly.
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 ALBERT III., DUKE OF SAXONY - LoveToKnow Article on ALBERT III., DUKE OF SAXONY   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
The main feeder of Albert Edward Nyanza, and western head-stream of the Nile, the Ruchuru, rises on the north side of the volcanoes north of Lake Kivu (see MJUMBIRO).
A feature of Lake Albert Edward Nyanza is the thick haze which overhangs the water during the dry season, blotting out from view the mountains.
The entire area of Albert Edward Nyanza was found, by the work of the Anglo-German Boundary Commission of 1902-1904, to lie within the limits of the sphere of influence of the Congo Free State as defined in the agreement of the I2th of May 1894 between that state and Great Britain.
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 Albert I of Brandenburg   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
In about 1123 he received from Lothar I duke of Saxony the margravate of Lusatia and after Lothar became German king accompanied him on the disastrous to Bohemia in 1126 when he suffered a short imprisonment.
In 1128 his brother-in-law Henry II margrave of Saxon northern march died and Albert disappointed not receiving this fief attacked Udo the margrave and was consequently deprived of Lusatia Lothar.
A feud with Henry the Lion duke of Saxony was followed in 1158 by a pilgrimage to the Holy and in 1162 Albert accompanied the emperor Frederick I Italy and distinguished himself at the storming Milan.
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 Paradox Interactive Forums - - ARCHIVE - Ducal Court of Saxony   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Albrecht V, recently crowned Duke of Saxony, and his son of 15, Albert, were returning from a getaway ranch in the southernmost regions of Saxony.
Saxony was the laughing stock of the Holy Roman Empire, and there was no one else to blame but his family...
Several insiders, realising Alberts immaturity, were extremly, and probobly rightfully, worried for the future of Saxony, bleak as it already was.
www.europa-universalis.com /forum/showthread.php?t=125144   (1701 words)

Son of Frederick II the Gentle, Elector of Saxony; on death of father (1464) succeeded to rule jointly with elder brother Ernest; on division of duchy (1485) received eastern and western portions; governor of Netherlands for Holy Roman emperors (1488-93); governor of Friesland (1498-1500).
After the armistice, Albert commanded the German army that occupied France, and upon the declaration of peace he became an inspector general and field marshal of the German army.
Saxe was an illegitimate son of Frederick Augustus I, elector of Saxony (1694-1733) and, as Augustus II, king of Poland (1697-1733).
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 List of the Knights of the Garter (1348-present)
96 (inv 1399) Humphrey (Plantagenet), styled "of Lancaster." Duke of Gloucester.
Afterwards Duke of Edinburgh, reigning duke of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha 1893.
Daughter of Philip (the Bold), Duke of Burgundy, K.G. Married William of Bavaria, Duke of Holland and Count of Ostrevant, K.G. 1408 Blanch, Duchess of Bavaria.
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 Long Dry Creek - German Architecture, Art, Theology & History
Albert, as duke of Saxony, ruled from Meissen and Northern Thuringia.
The role of Saxony in the 16th century, aside from its religious significance, advanced the economic development of the region, which contributed to the rise of art and the advance of culture.
One measure of the cultural life of Dresden is that it became a magnet to draw the dukes and duchesses of the realm to live there, which, in turn, increased the cultural life, and importance of the city.
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 Duke Albert the Bold of Saxony : Albert the Bold Wettin
Duke Albert the Bold of Saxony : Albert the Bold Wettin
Albert the Bold Wettin Duke of Saxony was born 1443.
Their sons were George the Bearded and Henry the Pious Wettin[?], both dukes of Saxony.
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 History of Austria
The dukedom in the House of Agilolfing was primarily heriditary.
The duke was elected, by the people or the chief men of the nation, from among the near relatives of his predecessor - although the Frankish kings reserved the right to invest the dukes.
Charles was the son of Philip I, king of Castile, and Joanna the Mad; maternal grandson of Ferdinand V of Castile and Isabella I; paternal grandson of the Habsburg Holy Roman emperor Maximilian I; and great-grandson of Charles the Bold, duke of Burgundy.
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 ALBERT   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Albert of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha Prince-consort of Queen Victoria of England
Albert is also the name of one of the supporting characters in the early 1960s version of the Josie comic book produced by Archie Comics.
It is licensed under the GNU free documentation license.
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 TIME Europe Magazine: A Masterpiece Remade -- April 28, 2003 | Vol. 161 No. 17   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
The art collection of the palace's second owner, Duke Albert of Saxony-Teschen, was already famous in his own lifetime, 1738-1822.
Albert's grandson, Archduke Albrecht, allowed the public to view the collection in the family residence as early as 1873, but exhibition space was always limited.
Although Schröder says he is most moved by the combination of richness and simplicity of the staterooms, he adds that Duke Albert was above all a great collector of contemporary artists — a tradition followed by subsequent heads of the Albertina.
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 Maurice, duke and elector of Saxony. The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition. 2001-05
1521–53, duke (1541–47) and elector (1547–53) of Saxony.
A member of the Albertine branch of the ruling house of Saxony, he became duke of Albertine Saxony during the Protestant Reformation.
In 1546 he made an agreement with Holy Roman Emperor Charles V by which he was to receive, in return for deserting the Protestants of the Schmalkaldic League, the lands and title of his cousin, Elector John Frederick I of Saxony, ruler of the Ernestine portion of Saxony.
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 List of the Knights of the Garter
Afterwards Earl of Dorset and Duke of Exeter.
Convicted of treason on the accusation of his brother Richard, Duke of Gloucester,afterwards Richard III, he is said to have been drowned in a butt of Malmsey.
Afterwards 2nd Duke of Somerset, the attainder of his ancestor Edward, 1st Duke, being reversed in 1660.
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 Gallery Guide ... Portal to the fine arts!
Duke Albert von Schesn-Teschen (1738-1822) was the founder of collection and gave name to the building where the collection is housed.
Albert saw his activity as a collector and his bequest as a cultural mission for the sake of generations to come.
After 1822, the collection was expanded by Albert's successors, and after the fall of Habsvurg monarchy, it passed into the hands of the newly founded Republic.
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 My Family Line
She was married to HUGUES OF, COUNT OF PARIS FRANCE before 14 Sep 938 in Mainz Oder, Germany.
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 I1226: Francis Albert Augustus Charles Duke Of Saxony (Prince) (26 AUG 1819 - 14 DEC 1861)
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 The War with France
But, as shown already, he had just extended the truce with that country to January 1490, and in the interval of eighteen months many things might occur; but he was not going to make war before that date, at all events, and not after it without a very clear understanding with the Spanish sovereigns.
Such an understanding, however, he was himself very anxious to arrive at after the battle of St. Aubin and the death of the Duke of Britanny.
Early in October he sent new proposals to Ferdinand touching France, and pressed for an immediate answer, and in December he sent Dr. Thomas Savage and Sir Richard Nanfan to Spain with full power to conclude both the political alliance and the marriage treaty.
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 New Page 0   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
The Dukes of Austria and Carinthia along with the Patriarch of Aquileia and the Marquis of Baden, engage the Mongol reconnaissance detachment and defeat it.
The Duke of Austria, along with his allies, the Duke of Carinthia, Patriarch of Aquila and Marquis of Baden, confident in their forces because of their earlier defeat of one of Batu's reconnaissance detachments, keep their armies in the field, rather than retreat behind the walls of Vienna.
Duke Frederick rises to the occasion and survivors of his army, along with a hastily-raised city militia, conduct a formidable defense.
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 Albert   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
*Albert The Warlike (1522-1557) Prince of Bayreuth *Albert I of Brandenburg (c.
1100-1170) Margrave of Brandenburg *Albert Achilles (1414-1486) Elector of Brandenburg *Albert of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha (1819-1861) Prince-consort of Queen Victoria of England *Albert I of Hapsburg (c.
1250-1308) German king *Albert II of Hapsburg (1397-1439) German king *Albert of Mainz (1490-1545) Archbishop of Mainz *Albert of Prussia (1490-1568) First duke of Prussia *Albert III of Saxony (1443-1500) Duke of Saxony *Frederick Augustus Albert (1828-1902) King of Saxony *Albert The Degenerate (c.
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 Life of St. Ludolph
One of the duke's plans was to raze the cathedral complex, situated near his castle, and transform the place into a garden.
While on an official jouney, and accompanied by only a small body guard, he was seized by Duke Albert's men, shackled, spat upon and handled roughly.
At the command of the Duke, Ludolph's body was carried from the bridge to the cathedral by the nobility of Ratzeburg.
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 Albert the Bear
Albert the Bear, c.1100–1170, first margrave of Brandenburg (1150–70).
He was a loyal vassal of Holy Roman Emperor Lothair II, who, as duke of Saxony, helped him take (1123) Lower Lusatia and the eastern march of Saxony.
Albert's achievements in Christianizing and Germanizing NE Germany were important.
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 September 12 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The park has officially opened to visitors at 13:00 (local time) on that day.
1492 - Lorenzo II de' Medici, Duke of Urbino (d.
1691 - John George III, Elector of Saxony (b.
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 Vienna's Albertina Museum Re-opens
The main objective of the work was to create a museum for today: modern exhibition areas, storage facilities with the latest technologies for conservation and security, a study and research centre, work rooms, and the infrastructure needed to accommodate the museum's visitors.
The palace housing the Albertina, rises on Augustinerbastei in the historical center of Vienna, on one of the last surviving remainders of the city's fortification built after the Turkish siege in 1529.
From the beginning of the 19th century, to the fall of the monarchy in 1918, it served as a residence and home of the graphic arts collection for Duke Albert, the founder of the collection, and his heirs, the Archdukes Carl, Albrecht, and Friedrich.
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