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  Luxemburg
The grand duchy is a constitutional monarchy, the sovereignty being vested in the House of Nassau, the so-called Walramic line, according to the law of primogeniture.
From the House of Valois, which became extinct on the death of Charles the Bold, in 1477, the country passed to Austria, and was subject to the Spanish Habsburgs (1556-1714); then to the German Habsburgs (1714-95), and finally to the French (until 1814).
On the death of William III of Holland, Luxemburg passed, as the result of a family agreement made by the two Nassovian houses in 1783, to the Nassau Walram branch.
www.catholicity.com /encyclopedia/l/luxemburg.html   (1915 words)

  
 CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Luxemburg
Luxemburg to a duchy, but could not prevent part of it from crumbling away and the whole (1444) falling to Burgundy by conquest.
Luxemburg should be abandoned and dismantled and the "country declared neutral and under the protection of Europe".
Luxemburg passed, as the result of a family agreement made by the two Nassovian houses in 1783, to the Nassau Walram branch.
www.newadvent.org /cathen/09465a.htm   (1839 words)

  
 Kaufungen at AllExperts
In 1017 Henry II, Holy Roman Emperor and his queen Cunigunde of Luxemburg founded a Benedictine convent, perched on the steep edge of the Losse valley above what is now the centre of Oberkaufungen.
Upon the death of her husband, Cunigunde entered the convent, and lived there until her death in 1033 or 1039.
The Reformation brought the closure of the convent in 1527, but the large church (the Stiftskirche) is still standing and in use as a parish church today.
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 Cunigunde of Luxemburg - TheBestLinks.com - Saint, Stub, Saint Henry II, ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-10)
Cunigunde of Luxemburg - TheBestLinks.com - Saint, Stub, Saint Henry II,...
Cunigunde of Luxemburg, Saint, Stub, Saint Henry II
Empress Saint Cunigunde of Luxemburg was the wife of Saint Henry II.
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 Cunigunde of Luxemburg -- Facts, Info, and Encyclopedia article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-10)
Cunigunde of Luxemburg -- Facts, Info, and Encyclopedia article
Empress (A person who has died and has been declared a saint by canonization) Saint Cunigunde of Luxemburg (about (additional info and facts about 975) 975 - 3 March 1033 or 1039 at Kaufungen) was the wife of (additional info and facts about Saint Henry II) Saint Henry II.
She died in 1033 (or 1039), and was buried at (additional info and facts about Bamberg) Bamberg Cathedral near her husband.
www.absoluteastronomy.com /encyclopedia/c/cu/cunigunde_of_luxemburg.htm   (98 words)

  
 Ancestors and Family of Cunigunda of Luxemburg
The father of St. Cunegundes was Sigfrid, first Count of Luxemburg.
After a pious education, she was married to St. Henry, Duke of Bavaria, who, upon the death of Emperor Otho III, was chosen King of the Romans.
Henry and his wife, Cunigunde of Luxemburg, had no children, reportedly because they had taken a mutual vow of chastity.
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 Henry II, Holy Roman Emperor   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-10)
Henry had been working with the Pope to call a church council to confirm his new system of ecclesiastico-political control when he died suddenly in 1024, leaving this work unfinished.
Henry and his wife, Cunigunde of Luxemburg, had no children, reportedly because they had taken a mutual vow of chastity.
The Church canonized Henry (1146) and Cunigunde (1200) after their deaths.
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 luxemburg - OneLook Dictionary Search
Luxemburg, luxemburg : LookWAYup Translating Dictionary/Thesaurus [home, info]
Phrases that include luxemburg: rosa luxemburg, luxemburg rosa, john of luxemburg, cunigunde of luxemburg, groszherzogtum luxemburg, more...
Words similar to luxemburg: luxembourg, capital of luxembourg, luxembourg city, more...
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 Corley and Ware Ancestors
daughter of GERHARD and Eve Of LUXEMBURG, was born in 976 and died on an unknown date.
son of Richwin Count Of VERDUN and Cunigunde Countess Of Trier ARDENNES, was born in 930 and died on an unknown date.
Hedwig married Sigifrid Count Of LUXEMBOURG, son of Richwin Count Of VERDUN and Cunigunde Countess Of Trier ARDENNES.
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 Family Tree Maker's Genealogy Site: User Home Page Genealogy Report: Ancestors of Sherrill Joan Elizabeth Haring
Marquis Azo II of Este, born 1005; died 1047.
Cunigunde of Bavaria She was the daughter of 12146849010.
Duke Guelph IV of Bavaria, born 1035; died 1101; married Judith of Flanders 1071.
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 410-9
CONRAD I, Comte de Luxemburg (1058-86), m CLEMENCE, dau of Comte GUILLAUME V de Poitou and heiress of Longwy (see under Poitou for ancestors).
JEAN “the Blind”, Comte de Luxemburg (1310-37), King of Bohemia (1310-46), became blind and later was killed at the Battle of Crécy 26.8.1346 when he ordered two of his knights to fasten their chargers to each side his horse’s bridle and thus lead him forward against the English, m 1
OTTO I of Luxemburg, Count of Rheineck, d 1150, m GERTRUDE, dau of HEINRICH, Count of Northeim, and their dau SOPHIE of Rheineck m DIETRICH
www.pcug.org.au /~ronwells/410-9.htm   (3493 words)

  
 Emperor Charlemagne and Mérovée King of the Salic Franks - Person Page 3
He was the son of Arnulf II Count of Flanders and Rosela of Ivrea.
Child of Baldwin IV Count of Valenciennes and Otgive of Luxemburg:
He was the son of Baldwin IV Count of Valenciennes and Otgive of Luxemburg.
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 Ancestry of Richard Plantagenet & Cecily de Neville - S150 - Source Information - - PhpGedView
(unknown), Ogive (I7370) -- Birth 986 -- Luxemburg
Richwin (unknown) + Cunigunde (unknown) (F3788) -- Marriage: about 920
Udo I (unknown) + Cunigunde (unknown) (F4954) -- Marriage: about 918
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 Altdorf Descendants Report
Reign: Count of Altdorf; Duke of Nether Bavaria
Child of GUELPH OF BAVARIA and IRMTRUD OF LUXEMBURG is:
He was born 10 Jul 1009 in Este, Italy
www.angelfire.com /mi2/luskfamily/L024VermandoisFamily/altdorfinfoL24.html   (187 words)

  
 Greg Bard's Genealogical Records
Cunigunda, Princess of Bavaria (abt 1020 - 31 Mar 1055)
Cunigunde (betw 890 and 895 - aft 923)
Frederick, Count of Luxemburg (abt 965 - 6 Oct 1019) Birth: Moselgau, France
www.shocking.com /~gregbard/genealogy/index01.php   (11724 words)

  
 Arleigh's World - Genealogy
Children: Ermentrude de Orleans, Gebhard, Count of Lahngau
Milan, Italy (blinded by Louis I) Cunigunde de Gellone
Children: Pepin, Count of Senlis & Peronne & St Quentin
www.users.qwest.net /~arleighkerr/ArleighsWorld/List1.htm   (925 words)

  
 Ancestors
Wife: LUXEMBURG, Irmtrud Countess Of Birth: 0990 -
Father: LUXEMBOURG, Frederic I Count Of Mother: GLEIBERG, Irmtrud Countess Of Children:
BAVARIA, Cunigunde Princess Of --(ABT 1020-21 Mar 1044)
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