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BAMBERG
Review of Short Phrases and Links

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Definitions

  1. Bamberg is a city in Bavaria, Germany. (Web site)
  2. Bamberg is the site of an 11th-century cathedral and two episcopal palaces. (Web site)
  3. Otto of Bamberg is suspended by the Pope, and Norbert of Xanten defends himself against charges of heresy at the Synod of Fritzlar.

Albrecht Pfister

  1. Albrecht Pfister of Bamberg was printing books illustrated with woodcuts about 1461. (Web site)

Diocese

  1. A diocese was in existence in 1124 under Prince-Bishop Otto of Bamberg.

Christianity

  1. The inhabitants were converted to Christianity 1 by two missions of bishop Otto of Bamberg in 1124 and 1128.

Henry

  1. Henry II of Germany made Bamberg the seat of a diocese in 1007 to foster the conversion of the peoples to the east of Bamberg. (Web site)

Old Town

  1. The Old Town of Bamberg is included in the UNESCO World Heritage, since it has retained its medieval look.

Unesco World Heritage Site

  1. Then arrive in Bamberg and enjoy a walking tour of this medieval gem, which was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1993.

Main River

  1. A canal linking Kelheim on the Danube and Bamberg on the Main River, allowing traffic to flow between the North and Black seas, was completed in 1992. (Web site)

Bishops

  1. Thenceforth the Bishops of Bamberg had ecclesiastical precedence directly after the archbishops. (Web site)

Synod

  1. Henry convoked a synod of the highest German clergy in Bamberg and Brixen (June 1080).

Northern Germany

  1. During its period of greatest prosperity, from the 12th century onwards, the architecture of Bamberg strongly influenced northern Germany and Hungary. (Web site)

Old Part

  1. In the middle of the old part of Bamberg, directly beneath the mighty cathedral, one can find the Historical Brewery Tavern Schlenkerla.

German Cities

  1. History: The once imperial city of Bamberg is located in northern Bavaria and is considered one of the most romantic of German cities. (Web site)

Noble Family

  1. Prince-Bishop Otto of Bamberg was born about 1060 to a noble family of Mistelbach Swabia and died in 1139.

City

  1. It finally meets the Main in the city of Bamberg.
  2. The Bamberger Symphoniker (Bamberg Symphony Orchestra) is a world-famous orchestra from the city of Bamberg, Germany.

Gregory Vi

  1. Gregory VI was succeeded in the Papacy by the German bishop of Bamberg, Suidger, who took the name Pope Clement II (1046–47).

Emperor Frederick

  1. A son of the emperor Frederick I Barbarossa, Henry was chosen German king at Bamberg in June 1169 and crowned at Aachen in August of that year.

Bishop

  1. With Hedwig's consent, her brother Ekbert, Bishop of Bamberg, chose the first nuns that occupied the convent.

Bishopric

  1. An old imperial town and bishopric, Bamberg stands on seven hills, and has many medieval and Baroque buildings.

Hohenstaufen

  1. Again Bernard came to the rescue; in the spring of 1135 he was at Bamberg successfully persuading Frederick of Hohenstaufen to submit to the emperor. (Web site)

Pomerania

  1. In 1124, at the request of Bolesław III, Bishop Otto of Bamberg undertook a mission to Pomerania to convert the Prussians there. (Web site)
  2. According to some writers Otto of Bamberg (1139), the Apostle of Pomerania, was the first who clearly adopted the number seven (see Tanquerey, "De sacr."). (Web site)

Southern Germany

  1. Conrad was crowned at Aachen six days later (13 March) and was acknowledged in Bamberg by several princes of southern Germany. (Web site)

Bavaria

  1. In 1102 the emperor appointed and invested him as Bishop of Bamberg in Franconia, now Bavaria.
  2. Bamberg thus lost its independence in 1802, becoming part of Bavaria in 1803. (Web site)

Boleslaus

  1. By the invitation of Boleslaus the Wrymouth and his vassal Warcilaw I of Pomerania, Bishop Otto of Bamberg came with a mission to Pomerania in 1124.
  2. Having also regained Pomerania, which Mieszko II had lost to Denmark, Boleslaus entrusted the Christianization of its inhabitants to the bishop of Bamberg.

Germany

  1. After the end of World War II, the German population of Opava was expelled from 1945 - 46; many of them settled in Bamberg, Germany.
  2. Schlenkerla is a historical brewery - tavern in Bamberg, Bavaria, Germany. (Web site)
  3. Adam of Ebrach (late 11th century - 23 November 1161) was the first abbot of Ebrach Abbey in the area of Bamberg, Bavaria, Germany.

Otto

  1. The new cathedral, built by St. Otto of Bamberg, was consecrated in 1111, and in the 13th century received its present late-Romanesque form.
  2. Otto of Bamberg Prince-Bishop Otto of Bamberg was born about 1060 to a noble family of Mistelbach Swabia and died in 1139. (Web site)
  3. The western part of Pomerelia-Prussia was christianised by Otto of Bamberg. (Web site)

Bamberg

  1. Once his reign was consolidated, Boleslaus asked Otto of Bamberg to convert Pomerania to Christianity, which he accomplished in his first visit in 1124. (Web site)
  2. Conrad III (1093 in Bamberg – 15 February 1152 in Bamberg) was the first King of Germany of the Hohenstaufen dynasty.
  3. Once the missionary activities of Otto of Bamberg took root Boleslaw III began to implement an ecclesiastical organization of Pomerania. (Web site)

Categories

  1. Otto
  2. Boleslaus
  3. Countries > European Union > Germany > Bavaria
  4. Pomerania
  5. Conrad Iii
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