The Jewish community in Florence was formally founded in 1437. The Medici family of Florence was closely linked to the Jews of Florence. For instance, the Medicis protected the Jews of Florence from sermons by fanatical Roman Catholic clergy, such as Bernardino da Feltre and Girolamo Savonarola who both pursued a policy of expulsion.
2 giorni fa · 1437 Pukefejden: Party of Charles VIII of Sweden: Party of Erik Puke 1436 1449 Luchuan–Pingmian campaigns: Tai Tribesmen: Ming dynasty: 1437 1438 Transylvanian peasant revolt: Transylvanian aristocracy Transylvanian peasants and petty nobles 1438 1441 Dutch–Hanseatic War: Burgundy: Burgundian Netherlands; Hanseatic League ...
30 nov 2023 · Prussian Line. The House of Schwarzenberg is a German ( Franconian) and Czech ( Bohemian) aristocratic family, and it was one of the most prominent European noble houses. The Schwarzenbergs are members of the German nobility and Czech nobility, and they held the rank of Princes of the Holy Roman Empire.
2 giorni fa · La Lanterna di Genova, simbolo del capoluogo. La Liguria (AFI: /liˈɡurja/; Ligûria in ligure) è una regione italiana a statuto ordinario dell'Italia nord-occidentale di 1 501 005 abitanti, con capoluogo Genova. È bagnata a sud dal Mar Ligure, a ovest confina con la Francia (regione Provenza-Alpi-Costa Azzurra), a nord con il Piemonte e con l'Emilia-Romagna e a sud-est con la Toscana.
26 nov 2023 · STANLEY, John (d.1437), of Knowsley and Lathom, Lancs., lord of the Isle of Man. s. and h. of Sir John Stanley (d. 18 Jan. 1414) KG, lord of the Isle of Man, by Isabel (d. 26 Oct. 1414), da. of Sir Thomas Lathom (d.1382) of Lathom and Knowsley.
4 giorni fa · From 1437 to 1848 political power in Transylvania was shared among the mostly Hungarian nobility, German burghers and the seats of the Székelys (a Hungarian ethnic group). The population consisted of Romanians, Hungarians (particularly Székelys) and Germans.
2 giorni fa · Mother. Beatrice of Lorraine. Matilda of Tuscany ( Italian: Matilde di Canossa [maˈtilde di kaˈnɔssa], Latin: Matilda, Mathilda; c. 1046 – 24 July 1115 or Matilda of Canossa after her ancestral castle of Canossa), also referred to as la Gran Contessa ("the Great Countess"), was a member of the House of Canossa (also known as the Attonids ...