Austrian nobility
The Austrian nobility (German: österreichischer Adel) is a status group in Austria. The nobility was officially abolished in 1919 after the fall of Austria-Hungary. The nobles are still part of Au...
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List of princes of Austria-Hungary
This page lists princely families in the territories of the Austro-Hungarian Empire, whether extant or extinct. The style of address is Durchlaucht (Serene Highness). Also used was Fürstliche Gnaden (...
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List of counts of Austria-Hungary
This page lists comital families in the territories of the Austro-Hungarian Empire, whether extant or extinct. The style of address was, but not in all cases, Erlaucht (Illustrious Highness). Also use...
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Auersperg
Auersperg may refer to:
Bohemian nobility
Bohemian or Czech nobility refers to the noble families of the Lands of the Bohemian Crown (historically composed of Bohemia proper, Moravia, Silesia (especially Upper) and Lusatia), also known as "Bo...
House of Gorizia
The Meinhardiner or Counts of Görz/Gorizia (German: Grafen von Görz; Italian: Conti di Gorizia; Slovene: Goriški grofje ) were a comital dynasty in the Holy Roman Empire, originally offici...
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Anna Maria von Eggenberg, née Brandenburg-Bayreuth
Anna Maria Princess of Eggenberg, née Brandenburg-Bayreuth (* 30 December 1609 in Bayreuth; † 8 May 1680 in Ödenburg) was a Margravine of Brandenburg-Bayreuth and, by marriage Johann Anton I von Eggen...
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Johann Baptist von Lampi the Younger
Johann Baptist von Lampi the Younger (4 March 1775 – 17 February 1837) was an Austrian portrait painter. He was born at Trento and studied under his father, Johann Baptist von Lampi the Elder, a...
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Count Andrew of Turjak
Count Andrew of Turjak (Auersperg) was a Carniolan noble and leader of the defending forces at the Battle of Sisak in 1593. Sisak was a fortress in present day Croatia. It was located where the Sava a...
Amschel Mayer Rothschild
Amschel Mayer Rothschild (12 June 1773 – 6 December 1855) was a German Jewish banker of the Rothschild family financial dynasty.He was the second child and eldest son of Mayer Amschel Rothschild (1744...
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Remus von Woyrsch
Martin Wilhelm Remus von Woyrsch (February 4, 1847 – August 6, 1920) was a Prussian Field Marshal, a member of the Prussian House of Lords from 1908 to 1918, and an Ehrenkommendator or Honorary Comman...
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German nobility
The German nobility (German: deutscher Adel) was a class of persons who until 1919 enjoyed certain privileges relative to other people under the laws and customs of various parts of what is now Ge...
John II, Count of Gorizia
John II, Count of Gorizia (c. 1433 – 22 May 1462 in Lienz) was the penultimate member of the Meinhardiner dynasty. He was the ruling Count of Gorizia (modern-day North-East Italy) from 14...
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Ulrich von Liechtenstein
Ulrich von Liechtenstein (ca. 1200 – 26 January 1275) was a minnesinger and poet of the Middle Ages. He wrote poetry in Middle High German and was author of noted works about how knights and nobles ma...
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August von Vécsey
August, Graf von Vécsey or August Vécsey de Hernádvécse et Hajnácskeő (Hungarian: hernádvécsei és hajnácskeői gróf Vécsey Ágoston; 22 August 1775 – 15 January 1857) was an Imperial Austrian gener...
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Gabriel von Hackl
Gabriel (von) Hackl (24 March, 1843, in Marburg an der Drau, Lower Styria, Austrian Empire – 5 June, 1926, in Munich) was a German historicist painter.
A surgeon's son, he attended the gymnasium i...
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Maria Anna von Genzinger
Maria Anna Sabina (von) Genzinger (6 November 1754 - 26 January 1793), called "Marianne", was a Viennese amateur musician, the mother of six children, and a friend of the composer Joseph Haydn. Her co...
Hermann, Fürst von Pückler-Muskau
Prince  Hermann Ludwig Heinrich von Pückler-Muskau  (born as Count Pückler, from 1822 Prince) (30 October 1785 – 4 February 1871) was a German nobleman, who was an excellent artist in ...
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