Sophie Elisabeth, Duchess of Brunswick-Lüneburg (1613–1676) Marc'Antonio Pasqualini (1614–1691) Nicolo Borboni (fl.1614–1641) Franz Tunder (1614–1667) Wendelin Hueber (1615–1679) Carlo Caproli (c. 1615–c. 1692) Angiolo Michele Bartolotti (c. 1615–1696) Johann Jakob Froberger (1616–1667) Kaspar Förster il Giovane (1616–1673)
La porzione più piccola del ducato (il cosiddetto "Ducato superiore" o Ballenstedt) venne inoltre racchiuso successivamente nel distretto del ducato di Brunswick-Lüneburg. La capitale di Anhalt (quando lo Stato venne unito) fu Dessau. Nel 1918, allo scoppio della rivoluzione della Repubblica di Weimar, il ducato divenne un libero Stato popolare.
Bernard is a French and West Germanic masculine given name. It is also a surname. The name is attested from at least the 9th century. West Germanic Bernhard is composed from the two elements bern "bear" and hard "brave, hardy".
Brunswick-Lüneburg was a duchy that had been divided into several territories, one of which was ruled by George III as the Electorate of Brunswick-Lüneburg (Hanover). The neighboring Duchy of Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel (Brunswick) was ruled by Duke Charles I of Brunswick-Bevern ; his son and heir, Charles William Ferdinand , was married to Princess Augusta of Great Britain , the sister of ...
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