Maximilian I


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Maximilian I

1459-1519.
King of Germany (1486-1519) and Holy Roman emperor (1493-1519) who through arranged marriages added greatly to the territory and power of the Habsburgs.

Maximilian I

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(Biography) 1459–1519, king of Germany (1486–1519) and Holy Roman Emperor (1493–1519)
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[*] Maximilian I, born in 1459, died 1519, Emperor of the Holy Roman Empire.
Emperor Maximilian I of Mexico is best remembered today for his death at the hands of a firing squad.
I tell Maximilian I've been to every city he's been to except Frankfurt and Seoul.
Ferdinand Maximilian I was the only, and short-lived, monarch of the Second Mexican Empire, entering into a scheme with Napoleon to rule Mexico and invading the country.
Volume I: Maximilian I to the Peace of Westphalia 1493--1648 and Volume 11: The Peace of Westphalia to the Dissolution of the Reich 1648-1806.
ROYAL life at the court of the Holy Roman Emperor Maximilian I is immortalised in a series of woodcuts.
The death of Frederick III in that year saw the elevation of his son, Maximilian I, who ruled until his death in 1519.
Maximilian I signs the Peace of Basel September 22nd, 1499
Cuneo's "Images of Warfare as Political Legitimization: Jorg Breu The Elder's Rondels for Maximilian I's Hunting Lodge at Lermos" are made somewhat problematic, not by their scholarship of the subjects, which is masterful, but by the picaresque history of Maximilian, whose life, when juxtaposed with his efforts at self-glorification and legitimization, creates an almost "opera bouffe" satire.
* While Austria's eastern provinces have been marking the country's millennium with a major two-venue exhibition `Man, Myths and Milestones' (to be reviewed in full in October's History Today), over in the west of the country the province of Tirol has made its own contribution with an intriguing initiative that highlights the life and times of one of their most colourful Habsburg rulers, the `last knight', Maximilian I, Holy Roman Emperor from 1493 to 1519.
1) from an 18-piece set of Seasons, Months and Times of Day woven in Maximilian I's new Munich workshop is in startling contrast to the works from Delft and Brussels that surround it.
Born in 1527 to the King and Queen of Bohemia and Hungary, Ferdinand of Habsburg and his wife Anne of Jagiellon, Maximilian was named after his great-grandfather, Emperor Maximilian I. He grew up in the central European lands of the Habsburg Dynasty.