Archbishop of Köln Prussian Governor [Statthalter] of Magdeburg. Duke of Lower Bavaria The name of Huoching's wife is not known. This is something that he had already foreseen, and portions of territory had been appointed to each of them in
Graf im Rheingau and The Cronica Principum Saxonie names in order Ottonem, Henricum et Albertum as the three sons of Otto primus [filius Alberti Ursi] , specifying that Heinrich possessed marchiam citra Albiam, videlicet Tangermunde et Stendal , built ecclesiam sancti Stephani in Tangermunde and in founded [in] civitatis Stendalensis…ecclesiam sancti Nicolai , dying in and being buried at St Nikolai . Provost of St Johannes Baptista at Mainz
He converted to Roman Catholicism In the next centuries, the Kingdom of Hungary became the pre-eminent cultural power in the Central European region. The name of Ruodpert's wife is not known. Pulcawa's Bohemian Chronicle records the death of Hermannus at castri Eldemburg and his burial in Leninensi monasterio .
It is unclear how long Albrecht held this appointment, but he continued to use the title Markgraf after losing the territory, in line with numerous similar examples in Germany in the middle medieval period. He converted to Roman Catholicism in Instead, these Eucii may be an obscure tribe known as the Euthiones who are also associated with the Saxons in a poem by Venantius Fortunatus written in Graf im Ufgau He was banished from the Empire in , when the Emperor retook possession of Jägerndorf.
It survives until Some groups break off to settle the region around Londinium and become known as the Middel Seaxe and the Suther-ge. The Eucii, or Saxones Eucii , are associated with the Saxons by this point, which is when they become dependants of the Franks. Karl Wilhelm Friedrich had four illegitimate children by Mistress 1: Eadwacer is a Saxon leader, operating in northern Germany and along the western coastline, while Odoacer is a Goth most likely a Scirian , operating from Pannonia and then Italy. The name of Erbio's wife is not known.
The '-gau' suffix that is applied to the names of local administrative units appears in imperial diplomas from the mid-ninth century. The Cronica Principum Saxonie names Constanciam filiam Primizlai ducis as wife of Conradum [filium Iohannis] , specifying that her dowry was magna parte terre iuxta Wartam . Pope Celestine II granted protection to Kloster Anhausen, constructed by egregie recordationis…Manegoldo palatino comite eiusque filiis…Gualteri Augustensis episcopi…Adelberto et Odelrico , by charter dated 26 Nov . The late Roman history of this coastline is almost completely blank, which serves to underline the loss of lines of communication and probably also towns. Graf im Derlingau und im Nordthüringgau Bismark oversees the seizure of four of Austria's northern German allies, and forces Saxe-Lauenberg into personal union annexation in all but name, which turns into fact in
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He succeeded his younger brother in in Bayreuth. The Baiocassenses, the 'men from Bayeux', are Saxons. Their steady transformation from Germanic tribe to German province over the course of seven centuries provides a revealing insight into the early days of the creation of modern Germany. A charter dated 22 May under which Arnold Archbishop of Mainz confirmed property of the convent of Rupertsberg bei Bingen refers to a donation by Hermannus palatinus de Reno…cum uxore sua Gertrude , confirmed by vidua predicti Hermanni after the latter's death . In , the Welf family established themselves definitively as dukes of Bavaria.
The year falls well into the period of Old World history known as the Middle Ages ; in Europe, it is sometimes and by convention considered the boundary date between the Early Middle Ages and the High Middle Ages. Saxons move into British territory on the north bank of the Thames Estuary. He was co-ruler with his father in The Grafen von Stade created their domain between the lower Elbe and Weser rivers. The election of Konrad von Staufen as Konrad III King of Germany in , and that of his nephew as King Friedrich I Barbarossa in , signalled the family's definitive removal from the provincial Swabian field of activity to the national stage.
Saxon paganism, toughness, and ruthlessness perhaps foreshadows the future ferocity of their northern cousins, the Vikings. A 13th century genealogy names in order Albertum, Berenhardum, Fridericum, Hermannum de Horlamund et Zeifridum Bremensem archiepiscopum as the five sons of Albertus de Hanhalde marchio . Canon of St Gereon at Köln until
Ruled Saxe-Wittenberg from after The duchy is united with the kingdom of Denmark within the German Confederation. As mentioned, several early sources refer to Liudolf as dux , but there is no record of his formal appointment as Saxon leader. With the removal of Swabia from the control of the former rival for the imperial title, Rudolph of Rheinfelden, the Swabian Hohenstaufen family of nobles gains the duchy through Frederick's marriage to Agnes of Germany, granddaughter of Henry I the Black former Franconian emperor.
Thietmar names Liudolf as brother of Przibislaw , recording that he abandoned his clerical habit and took up arms after his brother was killed, but was captured by the emperor and restored to his previous status . Regent of Hessen-Kassel The Annales Alamannicorum record the rebellion against the king of Burchardus iunior in . Lieutenant General in the Brandenburg army He laid down the family rule, rare among German families and key to the future success of the Hohenzollern, that Brandenburg would never be divided but always inherited by the eldest son and that the territories of Ansbach and Bayreuth could be given to younger sons but not further subdivided. As mentioned, several early sources refer to Liudolf as dux , but there is no record of his formal appointment as Saxon leader.
Hermann Billung was appointed military chief in Saxony by Emperor Otto I and was referred to as dux from He was fortunate in expanding his own territorial holdings through inheritance. Herzog von Westfalen und Engern The Vetus Chronica Sialandie records the death in of comitissa Agnes, que prius fuit regina Danorum . Duchy of Saxony Ascanians AD -
The Annales Alamannicorum record that Gisle…socrui Purchardi iunioris donated all her property to St Peter's in . The historian Johann Martin Lappenberg is the first modern scholar to connect the Suardones to the Sweodweras of Widsith , but if they are in fact the Saxons, then their fate is very much known as a major Northern European group which retains a recognisable identity for centuries, while their neighbouring tribes are eventually subsumed by the growing power and dominance of the Danes. At the start it is successful against the Russian invasion of Prussia, routing their army at the Battle of Tannenberg, and in the west its armies reach the northern outskirts of Paris occupying Luxembourg along the way before they are stopped by the armies of Britain and France , together with the small Belgian army. Saxe-Eisenach reappears for three generations.
An opening skirmish in a fresh series of conflicts is struck when Charlemagne's Frankish empire destroys the Saxon sanctuary of Irminsul. Pulcawa's Bohemian Chronicle records the marriage of Otto longus filius Ottonis tercii and Gittam filiam comitis de Hennenberg . The Casus Monasterii Petrishusensis records a donation by Burchardus religios dux et Hadiwich eius coniunx , recording that they founded a monastery in monte Duello .
Founder of the Albertine Line in Saxe-Meissen. Ruled jointly until his brother's death. Regino specifies that he died in Italy and was buried in Mainz St Alban .