Synonyms for ebersdorf or Related words with ebersdorf
Examples of "ebersdorf"
Heinrich XXIV, Count Reuss of
, 22 January 1724 —
, 13 May 1779), was ruler of the German county Reuss-
from 1747 till his death.
Under the influence of the Reuss Princes,
became a centre of Pietism in Germany. The related Moravian faith also took a minority hold in
after the marriage of Erdmuthe Dorothea Reuss-
to Nicolaus Zinzendorf.
Heinrich XXIX Reuss, Count of Reuss-
(born 21 July 1699 in
; died: 22 May 1747 in Herrnhaag) was a member of the House of Reuss Younger Line and Count
from 1711 until his death
The House of Reuss became princes on 9 April 1806, and all the surviving members of the
-Lobenstein line (including Augusta) bore the title "Prince(ss) Reuss of
" (German: "Fürst/Fürstin Reuß zu
, Jüngere Linie").
Axel Teichmann (born July 14, 1979 in
, today Saalburg-
, Thuringia) is a retired German cross-country skier.
Benigna Marie of Reuss-
(15 December 1695 in
– 31 July 1751 in Pottiga) was a German hymn writer and a titular Countess of Reuss. She was a member of the Reuss-
line from the Reuss-Lobenstein.
Heinrich LXVII married on 18 April 1820 at
to Princess Adelheid Reuss of
(1800–1880), younger daughter of Heinrich LI, Prince Reuss of
, and his wife, Countess Luise of Hoym.
Heinrich X, Count of Reuss-
(29 November 1662 in Bad Lobenstein – 10 June 1711 in
), was a member of the House of Reuss (younger line). He was Count of Lobenstein, and from 1678, Count of
. He was the founder of Reuss-
became part of the independent (and short-lived) Republic of Reuss, before this state (and hence
) joined the Weimar Republic.
on 13 June 1777, Francis married Countess Augusta Reuss-Lobenstein-
. They had ten children, seven of whom survived to adulthood:
Erdmuthe Dorothea, Countess of Zinzendorf, née Countess of Reuss-
(7 November 1700 in
19 June 1756 in Herrnhut) was a German Pietist and hymn writer.
In 1806 the title of the ruler of Reuss-
was upgraded to that of Prince. In 1824, on the death of Prince Heinrich LIV of Reuss-Lobenstein, Count Heinrich LXXII of Reuss-
succeeded him and took the title Prince of Reuss-Lobenstein-
. Prince Heinrich LXXII remained prince of Reuss-Lobenstein-
until his abdication in 1848 in favour of the prince of Reuss-Schleiz.
is twinned with Renningen (Baden-Württemberg).
The type specimen was described from
, Upper Franconia.
65. Countess Augusta Reuss of
(mother of 32)
130. Heinrich XXIV, Count Reuss of
(father of 65)
260. Heinrich XXIX, Count of Reuss-
(father of 130)
"Succeeded as Prince of Reuss-Lobenstein-
Frohnlach is located in Upper Franconia ("Oberfranken") in the district of ("Landkreis") Coburg. It is the easternmost part of the municipality ("Gemeinde") of
bei Coburg and, with around 2,000 inhabitants, the largest district after
In 1678, the state of Reuss-Lobenstein was partitioned and the state of Reuss-
was created under Heinrich X. Schloss
was built in 1692-1694 to house the court of the new state.
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