Holy Roman Empire
Holy Roman Empire

Holy Roman Empire
800 AD - 1576 AD

Group of nations/territories in Europe from 800 - 1806

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Imperial Crown of the Holy Roman Empire — The Imperial Crown Western Germany 2nd half of the 10th century The cross is an addition from the early 11th century; the arch dates from the reign of Emperor Conrad II (ruled 1024-1039); the red velvet cap is from the 18th century. Gold, cloisonné enamel, precious stones, pearls Brow plate: H 14.9 cm, W 11.2 cm; cross: H 9.9 cm
Photo Credit: By CSvBibra (Gryffindor) - Own work, Public Domain, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=7845315
Imperial Crown of the Holy Roman Empire The Imperial Crown Western Germany 2nd half of the 10th century The cross is an addition from the early 11th century; the arch dates from the reign of Emperor Conrad II (ruled 1024-1039); the red velvet cap is from the 18th century. Gold, cloisonné enamel, precious stones, pearls Brow plate: H 14.9 cm, W 11.2 cm; cross: H 9.9 cm
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Constance of Aragon's crown — Cathedral of Palermo
Photo Credit: By © José Luiz Bernardes Ribeiro, CC BY-SA 4.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=38558354
Constance of Aragon's crown Cathedral of Palermo
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States of Holy Roman Empire 1510 — Double-headed eagle with coats of arms of individual states, the symbol of the Holy Roman Empire (painting from 1510)
Photo Credit: By Hans Burgkmair der Ältere, cut by Jost de Negker 1510 - cut by Jost de Negker 1510, published by David de Necker (son), Public Domain, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=393400
States of Holy Roman Empire 1510 Double-headed eagle with coats of arms of individual states, the symbol of the Holy Roman Empire (painting from 1510)
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Structure of the Reich 1493 — An illustration from Nuremberg Chronicle depicting the structure of the Reich: The Holy Roman Emperor is sitting; on his right are three ecclesiastics; on his left are four secular electors.
Photo Credit: Public Domain, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=289569
Structure of the Reich 1493 An illustration from Nuremberg Chronicle depicting the structure of the Reich: The Holy Roman Emperor is sitting; on his right are three ecclesiastics; on his left are four secular electors.
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