King of the Germans


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Noun1.King of the Germans - the sovereign ruler of the Germans
king, male monarch, Rex - a male sovereign; ruler of a kingdom
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Richard and his entourage crossed the North Sea from Yarmouth in April and at Aachen on Ascension Day the Archbishop of Cologne solemnly crowned him King of the Romans (in effect King of the Germans) at the age of forty-eight, as the formal preliminary to achieving the imperial throne itself.
Two historical figures of renown were born here: the eighteenth-century musician Giovanni Battista Pergolesi and Frederick II of Swabia, who became king of Naples and Sicily, king of the Germans, and head of the Holy Roman Empire in the thirteenth century.