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  OELS - LoveToKnow Article on OELS
Once back at Gottorp, Oelschlager became librarian to the duke, who also made him keeper of his Cabinet of Curiosities, and induced the tsar to excuse his (promised) return to Moscow.
Under his care the Gottorp library and cabinet were greatly enriched in MSS., books, and oriental and other works of art: in 1651 he purchased, for this purpose, the collection of the Dutch scholar and physician, Bernard ten Broecke (" Paludanus").
Under Oelschlager's direction the celebrated globe of Gottorp (n ft. in diameter) and armillary sphere were executed in 1654-1664; the globe was given to Peter the Great of Russia in 1713 by Duke Frederick's grandson, Christian Augustus.
www.1911encyclopedia.org /O/OE/OELS.htm   (630 words)

  
 Royal Family of Europe - pafg162 - Generated by Personal Ancestral File
Hedwig, Princess Of HOLSTEIN GOTTORP was born on 23 Dec 1603 in Gottorf, Schleswig-Holstein, Prussia.
Johann, Prince Of HOLSTEIN GOTTORP was born on 18 Mar 1606 in Gottorp, Schleswig-Holstein, Prussia.
Georg Ludwig, Prince Of HOLSTEIN GOTTORP was born on 16 Mar 1719 in Of Gottorf, Schleswig-Holstein, Prussia.
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 Articles - Gottorp   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Gottorp or Gottorf (Danish: Gottorp) is a palace and estate in the city of Schleswig in the state of Schleswig-Holstein, Germany.
It is the ancestral home of a remarkable branch of the royal dynasty within the House of Oldenburg and is a museum today.
Frederick I of Denmark, younger son of Christian I, at that time the Duke of Gottorp, made it his primary residence and became ancestor of two lines, (1) the monarchs of Denmark and (2) the dukes of Gottorp.
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 Oelschläger
This embassy started from Gottorp on the 22nd of October 1633, and travelled by Hamburg, Lübeck, Riga, Dorpat (five months' stay), Revel, Narva, Ladoga and Novgorod to Moscow (August, 14, 1634).
Here they concluded an advantageous treaty with Michael Romanov, and returned forthwith to Gottorp (December 14, 1634 — April 7, 1635) to procure the ratification of this arrangement from the duke, before proceeding.
On his way,he had made a chart of the Volga, and partly for this, reason the tsar Michael wished to persuade, or compel, him, to enter his service.
www.ermeland.de /Oelshlgr.htm   (427 words)

  
 Encyclopedia
The Danes were eager to round out their possessions, however, especially after the Duke of Holstein-Gottorp became Emperor of Russia in 1762 as Peter III and was planning an attack on Denmark to recover the lost Gottorp lands in Schleswig.
Although Peter was soon overthrown by his wife, Catherine the Great, the Danes determined to rid themselves of this problem.
In 1773, they exchanged the County of Oldenburg for the Gottorp lands in Holstein, bringing all of Holstein under their control.
www.stylokna.pl /wikipedia/index.php?title=Holstein   (437 words)

  
 Gottorp-Hohenzollern & Jedlesee - Firm Consultants   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Mr Gottorp has been in the computer and information industry for the past twenty years.
Gottorp ideas and concepts are to continue with the style and reputation that
Gottorp Hohenzollern Jedlesee & Associates Submarine Naval Research.
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 CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Schleswig
Duke Frederick III of Gottorp, who ruled from 1616 to 1659, put an end to the subdivisions of the Gottorp line by introducing primogeniture.
However, in the Treaty of Stockholm that in 1720 closed the second war of the North, which had not been fortunate for Sweden, the Gottorp line was obliged to concede its share of Schleswig to Denmark and only retained its possessions in Holstein.
In the treaties of 1767 and 1773 the Gottorp dynasty, which had gained the throne of Russia in the person of Peter III, was obliged to renounce its possessions in Holstein also, in return for which it received Oldenburg.
www.newadvent.org /cathen/13542a.htm   (2852 words)

  
 Royal Family of Europe - pafg04 - Generated by Personal Ancestral File
Christian Albrecht, Duke Of HOLSTEIN GOTTORP [Parents] was born on 3 Feb 1641 in Gottorp, Schleswig-Holstein, Prussia.
Sofie Amalie, Princess Of HOLSTEIN-GOTTORP was born on 19 Jan 1670 in Of Gottorp, Schleswig-Holstein, Prussia.
Marie Elisabeth, Princess Of HOLSTEIN GOTTORP was born on 21 Mar 1678 in Of Gottorp, Schleswig-Holstein, Prussia.
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 BERNSTORFF, JOHANN HARTWIG ERNST, COUNT - Encyclopedia Britannica - BERNSTORFF, JOHANN HARTWIG ERNST, COUNT - JCSM's ...
With the head of the Swedish branch of the Gottorps, the crown prince Adolphus Frederick, things had been arranged by the exchange of 1750; but an attempt to make a similar arrangement with the
In intimate connexion with the Gottorp affair stood the question of the political equilibrium of the north.
undertook to adjust the Gottorp difficulty by the cession of the Gottorp portion of Holstein in ex-
www.jcsm.org /StudyCenter/Encyclopedia_Britannica/BEC_BER/BERNSTORFF_JOHANN_HARTWIG_ERNS.html   (1107 words)

  
 House Laws of Oldenburg
1655), 3d bishop of the house of Gottorp, succeeded Johann Friedrich, a younger son of the founder of the line Adolf, in 1634.
In 1713 king Frederik IV occupied the Gottorp share of both duchies and in 1721 gave back only the portion in the duchy of Holstein, uniting the portion in Schleswig (the most important possession of the Gottorp line) with his own, with the approval of Sweden, France and Great Britain.
The first problem is that the Czar, although acknowledged as head of the Gottorp house, did not obviously have any rights to cede.
www.heraldica.org /topics/royalty/HGOldenburg.htm   (10875 words)

  
 Johann Adolf Von Holstein-gottorp Duke Holstein Gottorp / Augusta Oldenburg   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Name: Frederick Iii Friedrich Duke Holstein Gottorp Born: 22 Dec 1597 at Gottorf, Schleswig Holste, Prussia Died: 10 Aug 1659 at Tonning, Schleswig Holste, Prussia Wife: Marie Elisabeth Princess Saxony
Name: Princess Of Holstein Gottorp Hedwig Born: Bet 23 Dec 1603 and 1612 at Gottorf, Schleswig Holste, Prussia Died: 22 Mar 1657 at Nurnberg, Mittelfranken, Bavaria Husband: August Wittelsbach
Name: Prince Of Holstein Gottorp Johann Born: 18 Mar 1606 at Gottorp, Schleswig Holste, Prussia Died: 21 Feb 1655 Wife: Juliane Felicitas Wurttemberg Weiltingen
www.e-familytree.net /F6/F6502.htm   (499 words)

  
 Frederick Iii Friedrich Duke Holstein Gottorp / Marie Elisabeth Princess Saxony   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Name: Marie Elisabeth Princess Holstein Gottorp Born: 6 Jun 1634 at Gottorf, Schleswig Holste, Prussia Died: 17 Jun 1665 at Darmstadt, Strknb, Hesse Darmstadt, Germant Husband: Landgrave Ludwig Vi Of Hesse Darmstadt
Name: August Friedrich Prince Holstein Gottorp Born: 6 May 1646 at Gottorf, Schleswig Holste, Prussia Died: Oct 1705 at Eutin, Schleswig Holste, Prussia Wife: Princess Of Saxony Weissenfe Christine
Name: Auguste Marie Princess Holstein Gottorp Born: 6 Feb 1649 at Gottorp, Schleswig Holste, Prussia Died: 25 Apr 1728 at Schloss Augusten, Karlsruhe, Baden Husband: Friedrick- Magnus Vii Margrave Of Baden-durlach
www.e-familytree.net /F6/F6221.htm   (678 words)

  
 Friedrick Iv Duke Of Holstein-gottorp Duke / Hedvig Sophia Princess Of Von Simmern Duchess Of Holst
Note Born: 18 Oct 1671 at Gottorp, Schleswig Holste, Prussia
BIRT PLAC Gottorp, Schleswig Holstein, Prussia BURI PLAC Schleswig Cathedral, Schleswig, Schleswig Holstein, Prussia
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 Traveljournals.net - Sweden Locations List - Gottorp to Grabo
Traveljournals.net - Sweden Locations List - Gottorp to Grabo
/ Explore / Sweden / Locations / G / Gottorp to Grabo
Locations in Sweden begining with G - Gottorp to Grabo
www.traveljournals.net /explore/sweden/locations/g/53.html   (117 words)

  
 Paradox Interactive Forums - View Single Post - Wars, Treaties & Alliances
When Sweden do so, the taxes on Swedish merchants shall be equal these of Holstein-Gottorp.
If Sweden spent over 100,000 ducats on Canal then her merchants shall be exempted from any taxes, including these placed on Gottorp merchants.
If any difficulty occured between Swedish merchant and Gottorp official, Swedish official shall work with Gottorp official to resolve any difficulty.
www.europa-universalis.com /forum/showpost.php?p=2477863&postcount=8   (461 words)

  
 Private ownership marks - inside the book   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
In 1606 Duke Johann Adolf founded a library at Gottorp Castle.
It was captured by the Danish King in 1713 and transferred to the Royal Library between 1735 and 1749.
See a Gottorp coat of arms on a binding here (this is only one of a number of various Gottorp arms; however, they all consist of the same components).
www.densortediamant.dk /kb/missingbooks/marks/own_marks_inside.htm   (1129 words)

  
 CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Denmark
His son, Frederick IV (1690-1730), had to take an active part in the Northern War; but no great battles took place, nor was Denmark subject to grievous devastation.
Eventually (1720) the Gottorp section of Schleswig was retained by Denmark.
Frederick was succeeded by the pietistic Christian VI, under whose rule hardly any changes took place.
www.newadvent.org /cathen/04722c.htm   (10911 words)

  
 Oldenburg 8
Adolf Frederick, *Gottorp 14.5.1710, +Stockholm 12.2.1771; succeeded his distant cousin as King of Sweden (5.4.1751-1771); m.Drottningholm 29.8.1744 Pss Luise Ulrike of Prussia (*Berlin 24.7.1720, +Swartsjö im Malarsee 16.7.1782)
Friederike Amalie, a nun at Quedlinburg, *Gottorp 12.1.1708, +Quedlinburg 19.1.1732
Anne, *Gottorp 3.2.1709, +Gräfentonna 2.2.1758; m.Hamburg 8.11.1742 Duke Wilhelm of Saxe-Gotha (*12.3.1701, +31.5.1771)
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 Gottorp Hohenzollern Jedlesee & Associates Radar History.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Gottorp Hohenzolern Jedlesee & Associates   History of Radar.
A Short History of Radar (echo locating apparatus)
If the war had continued, they could, and probably would, have been fitted to new submarines.
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 (GOTTORP, Sofie Holstein - GRAADAL, Anders )   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
GOTTORP, Sofie Holstein (1 Jun 1569 - ____)
GOTTORP, Sofie Auguste Schleswig Holstein (5 Dec 1630 - ____)
BACK (GOTHA, Margarethe Sachsen Coburg - GOTTORP, Peter III, Romanow Holstein)
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 August Wittelsbach / Princess Of Holstein Gottorp Hedwig
August Wittelsbach / Princess Of Holstein Gottorp Hedwig
The database published here has been gathered through 20 years of genealogy.
Father: Johann Adolf Von Holstein-gottorp Duke Holstein Gottorp Mother: Augusta Oldenburg
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 Prince Johann Of Anhalt-zerbst / Princess Sofie Auguste Of Holstein Gottorp
Prince Johann Of Anhalt-zerbst / Princess Sofie Auguste Of Holstein Gottorp
Father: Frederick Iii Friedrich Duke Holstein Gottorp Mother: Marie Elisabeth Princess Saxony
Name: Johann Friedrich Prince Of Anhalt-zerbst Born: 11 Oct 1650 at Of Zerbst, Anhalt, Germany Died: 13 Mar 1651
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 Danish Invasion of Schleswig-Holstein-Gottorf, 1697
In the Treaty of Oliva 1660, Sweden had forced Denmark to recognize the independence of Schleswig-Holstein-Gottorf (the line Gottorf (in Dan.: Gottorp) owned roughly half of the two duchies; the other half was Danish).
The Duchy of Schleswig previously had been a Danish fief.
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 Genealogy > USA > Surnames > Surnames beginning with: G > Surnames beginning with: Got > Gottorp ...
Genealogy > USA > Surnames > Surnames beginning with: G > Surnames beginning with: Got > Gottorp Surname: Genealogy and Family History
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 Joachim Ernst Holstein Sonderb / Dorothea Auguste Princess Holstein Gottorp
Joachim Ernst Holstein Sonderb / Dorothea Auguste Princess Holstein Gottorp
Note Born: 12 Apr 1602 at Of Gottorf, Schleswig Holste, Prussia
royalty.ged NAME Dorothea Auguste, Princess Of HOLSTEIN GOTTORP BIRT PLAC Of Gottorf, Schleswig Holstein, Prussia
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