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 Archduke - LoveToKnow 1911
1365), and was one of the rights and privileges included in his famous forgery of the year 1358, the privilegium maius, which purported to have been bestowed by the emperor Frederick I.
on the dukes of Austria in extension of the genuine privilegium minus of 1156, granted to the margrave Henry II.
The title was also assumed for a time, probably on the strength of the privilegium maius, by Duke Ernest of Styria (d.
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First use was as a the title of the rulers of Austrasia (c.750), one of the Frankish realms resulting from the complex successions in the house of Clovis, roughly comprising Germany, Switzerland and the Low Countries.
The title Archduke of Austria, the only one to become generally notable, was invented in the Privilegium Maius, a 14th century forgery initiated by Duke Rudolf IV of Austria.
Originally, it was meant to denote the ruler of the (thus 'Arch')duchy of Austria, in an effort to put that ruler on par with the electorships, as Austria had been passed over in the Golden Bull of 1356, where the electorships had been assigned.
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Thus, i 1359 the Habsburg Duke Rudolf IV forged a deed named Privilegium maius with which he tried to prove that the Emperor Frederick I »Barbrossa« imparted to Austria, when it was elevated to a dukedom (1156), special rights that would make its dukes equal to the princes electors.
But the Privilegium maius was recognized as falsified and therefore was not acknowledged at the Emperor's Court.
His son, duke Frederick V, Frederick IV (1440) as King and Frederick III as Emperor (1452) acknowledged in 1453 the Privilegium maius as a state document.
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In connection with the Privilegium maius of 1358, Rudolph IV the Founder, duke of Austria (Carantania), had elaborated a great seal, the reverse of which shows the Duke himself standing on two stags (the sign of Archhunter), and bearing a crown denoted as a hat (the sign of the Palatin Archduke).
The original Ducal Hat appeared first in Inner Austria, the Habsburg name of Carantania, and thereaftrer it was worn by the Leopoldine line of the Habsburg family.
In 1453 under Frederic III, the first Emperor from the Leopoldine line of the Habsburg stock, the Privilegium maius, and with it also the above mentioned Hat was acknowledged as state ensign.
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It is not mentioned anymore in the Privilegium maius, because the Habsburgs were not of Carantanian origin.
The purpose of the rights contained in the Privilegium maius was, to make the Austrian rulers comparable with the princes Electors of the Empire.
In the following year he reaffirmed the fatefull charter Privilegium maius, that provided the "Archduke" title to all Princes of the House of Habsburg.
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 Privilegium Maius - Wikipedia
Während das Privilegium Minus durch das Breve ersetzt wurde, trat an die Stelle des Privilegium Maius die Bulle.
Das Privilegium Maius besteht aus fünf gefälschten Urkunden, die sich sogar auf Julius Caesar und Nero berufen, die die Region Österreich (damals Noricum) bereits mit besonderen Rechten ausgestattet haben sollen.
Mit der Auflösung des Heiligen Römischen Reichs Deutscher Nation verlor das Privilegium Maius seine Bedeutung.
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9 The opposite is true of the privilegium lori on its civil side.
The effect of this order was to extend the benefit of clergy (privilegium lori) already enjoyed by clerics to lay students,...
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 Historical Archives, Kotor: Town Autonomies, Marine Municipalities and Village Autonomies
Legislative authority in the Commune of Kotor was being executed through the Great Council (Consilium Maius) consisting of all the noblemen over the age of 18.
Where from the means for the monumental construction had come.
The act of the doge Toma Mocenigo, with the title "Privilegium Comunitatis Catari", with the acceptance of 12 requests of the municipality of Kotor.
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 Titles of European hereditary rulers
For example, in Germany there were additional titles derived from the title of Count (Graf): Landgrave (Landgraf) and Burgrave (Burggraf).
The title of Archduke (Erzherzog) was invented in the Privilegium Maius, a 14th century forgery initiated by Duke Rudolf IV of Austria.
Originally, it was meant to denote the ruler of Austria, in an effort to put that ruler on par with the Electors of the Holy Roman Empire.
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But more important than the comparison of the two personalities is the survey of their court-systems, their intellectual and cultural surroundings and the international networks of the dynastic society.
Apart from the probably most fantastic falsification of the late middle ages, the so called "Privilegium Maius", implying an antique origin of the house of Austria, a further example of Rudolf’s invented connections is the exaggerated descent of his mother Joan of Ferrette, which led Rudolf IV to wearing the title "marchio Burgundiae".
The imperial origin of his wife Catherine could also be used to increase the Duke’s prestige.
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In 1359, Rudolph IV, the Founder of the Habsburg family and Duke of Austria (ex Carantania), prepared an elaborate falsified charter called Privilegium maius.
In fact, some of these rights were recognized by the Emperor and granted to the Austrian Margrave Leopold III of Babenberg, as called for in the charter of the historiography Privilegium minus from 1156 issued by Friedrich I Barbarossa.
Empowered by his new rank, he adopted the title Archduke in accordance with the Privilegium maius.
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 The Imperial Council of Princes and Counts of Germany , The Germanic Titles and Appellations .
Archiduque) The title of sovereignty used exclusively by legitimate members of the Austrian Habsburgs and Lorraine-Habsburgs, from 1359; a duke of higher rank than Grand Dukes or simple Dukes.
The title of Archduke was invented in the Privilegium Maius, a forgery initiated by Duke Rudolf IV of Austria.
Originally, it was meant to denote the ruler of the Archduchy of Austria, in any effort to put that ruler on par with the electorships, as Austria had been passed over in the Golden Bull of 1356, where the electorships had been assigned.
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influence of these forgeries, the Hadrianum, Privilegium minus Leonis VIII, Cessio donationum and Privilegium maius Leonis VIII.
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History: Margrave Heinrich II Babenberg of Austria demanded that, to compensate for his loss of Bavaria, his territories in the Ostmark be raised to an Electoral status.
Thus, this timeline's Privilegium Minus formed the Ostmark into the Electorate of Osterreich, or Austria.
In return, Rudolf I issued the Privilegium Maius, which granted the title of Holy Roman Emperor to the Electors of Austria, who retained that title.
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As is also explained in the event descriptions, the electors and the Habsburg archdukes were granted regal powers by the Golden Bull and the Privilegium Maius and hence could not be included in Imperial Circles and thereby subjected to the new Imperial institutions as long as these institutions represented a real check on their power.
Here Germany can abolish the regalia, create the additional circles and thereby gain cores on these lands.
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