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Re: Council of Constance

In work Angeln and Warnen https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Over-Jerstal-Kreis https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/c/c9/Over_Jerstal-Kreis.png/220px-Over_Jerstal-Kreis.png ... c 100 AD The picture (and its relation to Warnen and Angeln) is based on archeological researches. Groups of An...

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https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thurn_und_Taxis The Thurn-and-Taxis family established a very successful European post system, which endured some centuries. The Thurn family developed (at least in theory) from the del Torre family , which once had a castle in Angera and was overcome in a battle 1277 b...

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IN WORK .... :-) ... actually we should leave the theme Anglus aside, as it has nothing to do with playing cards and also nothing with the council of Constance. ******** Rex anglorum seems to have been a king's title of the Angelsachsen. The common German tongue - if it learns the English language -...

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Occasionally in our discussions the personal name "Francus" had appeared. He was - at least in one version - the brother of the British Brutus. http://forum.tarothistory.com/search.php?keywords=francus Wiki ... https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Francus connected to https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brutus_o...

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I don't get this text. I got Busch, which is a nice text. https://digi20.digitale-sammlungen.de//de/fs1/object/display/bsb00042623_00001.html page 227 http://a-tarot.eu/p/2020/bus01.jpg As far I can see it, Busch comes to similar ideas as myself for Anglus, Angera, Brutus and Inglexio. Do you know t...

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HISTORY OF THE LANGOBARDS, page 47/47 http://www.thule-italia.org/Nordica/Paul%20the%20Deacon%20-%20History%20of%20the%20Lombards%20%281907%29%20%5BEN%5D.pdf http://a-tarot.eu/p/2020/roc04.jpg Yes, you're right, there are 3 identical names. The change of Aistulf to Desiderius appears all in the year...

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I found a list, which speaks of Lombardian kings. I expected actually, that there would be a higher number of congruent entries to the Visconti list (as presented at Trionfi.com). However, there are only very few. HISTORY OF THE LANGOBARDS (Historia Langobardorum) by Paul the Deacon (Paulus Diaconus...

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The Rocca Borromeo di Angera, or Rocca d'Angera, also called Borromeo Castle, is a castle on a lakeside hilltop in the limits of the town of Angera in the Province of Varese on the Southern shores of Lago Maggiore. It is visible from across the lake from Arona, where originally stood another castle...

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I took a look ... Geoffroy of Monmouth .... (c 1090-1100 - 1154) had the idea, that Brutus the Trojan was a descendant of Trojan hero Aeneas. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Geoffrey_of_Monmouth Brutus the Trojan ... https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brutus_of_Troy Historia Brittonum Some have suggested t...

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