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Old 06-09-2015, 09:26 PM   #21
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William V of Hesse-Kassel (Wilhelm) (February 13, 1602 – September 21, 1637) was the Landgrave of Hesse-Kassel in the Holy Roman Empire from 1627 to 1637..Agnes died shortly after the birth of William, and his father subsequently married Countess Juliane of Nassau-Dillenburg.. After losing much of the Hesse-Kassel territory to the Darmstadt line and leaving the family in financial ruin, Maurice abdicated in favour of his son..William, having come to rule in unfavorable circumstances and in the midst of the 30 Years' War, continued to suffer losses of territory and wealth. William served as Landgrave for 10 years—a tenure marked by defeats and losses..William's widow, Amalie Elisabeth von Hanau-Münzenberg, served as regent for her son William VI, Landgrave of Hesse-Kassel until he came of age in 1650.. Under her leadership many of the lands lost by her father-in-law and husband were regained through various foreign alliances and battles..One of his daughters, Charlotte, married Charles I Louis, Elector Palatine and was the mother of the famous Duchess of Orléans, sister in law of Louis XIV..Another daughter, Emily, married Henri Charles de La Trémoille..He died two years before his father in 1672; it was thus his elder son, Charles, who succeeded as the 3rd duke of Thouars..


Amalie Elisabeth of Hanau-Münzenberg..

Her mother was a daughter of William the Silent, who had led the war of independence of the Netherlands against the Habsburgs in the 16th century..Through her mother's numerous siblings, Amalie Elisabeth was related to many of the noble houses of Europe..Graf (male) or Gräfin (female) is a historical title of the German nobility, usually translated as count..ginger-Topped stan, who bears an uncanny resemblance to his marmalade pussy..USS = United States Ship, used in the names of ships in the US Navy...

William VI, Landgrave of Hesse-Kassel (23 May 1629 – 16 July 1663), known as William the Just, was Landgrave of Hesse-Kassel from 1637 to 1663..Despite Hesse-Kassel's defeat in the Thirty Years' War, William's mother did not wish to acknowledge the accord of 1627..William VI succeeded in what its ancestors had tried to do in vain since 1604, that is, to end the Hesse-Marburg landgraviate, and to annex the Marburger lands to Hesse-Kasse..Shortly before his death, William joined the League of the Rhine on its foundation in 1658..He also sought to effect a union between his Lutheran and Reformed subjects, or at least to lessen their mutual hatred..William VI died at Haina in 1663.. Control of his Landgraviate went to his eldest son William VII, though - not yet of age - he remained under the guardianship of his mother Hedwig Sophie of Brandenburg until his early death in 1670..He married Margravine Hedwig Sophie of Brandenburg (1623–1683), daughter of daughter of George William, Elector of Brandenburg and Elizabeth Charlotte of the Palantine...
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Hedwig Sophia of Brandenburg (1623–1683) was Landgravine consort and Regent of Hesse-Kassel. Daughter of George William, Elector of Brandenburg and Elizabeth Charlotte of the Palatinate, she married in 1649 to William VI, Landgrave of Hesse-Kassel.. Regent from 1663 until 1677 as the guardian of her under age sons, William VII and Charles I, Landgrave of Hesse-Kassel...
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Landgräfin Hedwig Sophie promoted Elisabeth Henriette's marriage with Frederick, Electoral Prince of Brandenburg, her cousin, on family grounds...In April 1678 Hedwig Sophie and Elisabeth Henriette travelled to Berlin, but Elisabeth Henriette had to wait a year in the Stadtschloss, Berlin for her marriage, whilst Frederick was away signing the Treaty of Nijmegen...Elisabeth Henriette died at 21 of smallpox after only 4 years of marriage and was buried in the Berliner Dom...


Queen Charlotte Amalie with one of her children..

Charlotte Amalie of Hesse-Kassel (27 April 1650 – 27 March 1714) was queen-consort of Denmark and Norway, being the wife of King Christian V.. She was well educated in French, Italian, geography, and philosophy.. Her mother was a strict reformer and politically oriented toward Brandenburg, which also affected her daughter's views..Charlotte Amalie was married on 25 June 1667 to Prince Christian and became Queen of Denmark on his accession in 1670. As well as other children, they had a son, later King Frederik IV, and a daughter Sophia Hedwig..raised in the Reformed faith.. In the marriage contract, she was not required to convert although this was disliked and met some resistance before it was accepted..A spy, Justine Cathrine Rosenkrantz, was in fact placed among her ladies-in-waitings..Charlotte Amalie gained great popularity from defending Copenhagen when King Charles XII of Sweden invaded Zealand in 1700..She died in Copenhagen and was buried in Roskilde Cathedral.. The town of Charlotte Amalie on St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands is named after her...

Justine Cathrine Rosenkrantz (1659–1746) was a Dano–Norwegian noblewoman, courtier and spy, described as unattractive but very skillful in the art of handling the plots of the royal court and an excellent informer and held a powerful position at court—it was also noted that she was rude and a torment to the queen..she poisoned the soup of her colleague Anna Emilie von Dalwig, who was her rival over her love interest Emanuel Friedrich von Kötzschau: Dalwig survived the poisoning, but Rosenkrantz was sentenced to death for attempted murder on 17 April 1699, which was commuted to exile in Rønne is the largest town on the Danish island of Bornholm in the Baltic Sea..Rønne also became famous for its longcase clocks or Bornholmerure...

Landgrave (Dutch landgraaf, German Landgraf; Swedish lantgreve, French landgrave; Latin comes magnus, comes patriae, comes provinciae, comes terrae, comes principalis, lantgravius) was a title used in the Holy Roman Empire and later on by its former territories.. The German titles of Landgraf, Markgraf, and Pfalzgraf bei Rhein are in the same class of ranks as Herzog ("duke") and above the rank of a Graf ("count")...
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The Tollund Man is a naturally mummified corpse of a man who lived during the 4th century BCE, during the period characterised in Scandinavia as the Pre-Roman Iron Age.. He was found in 1950 on the Jutland Peninsula in Denmark, buried in a peat bog which preserved his body.. Such a find is known as a bog body..Ancient bog bodies have been found in England and Ireland as well..Upon initial examination, Glob suggested that the body was over 2,000 years old and most likely the victim of a ritual sacrifice..There have been several other prehistoric bog body finds in Denmark..From Jutland specifically, examples comprise the relatively well preserved Borremose bodies, dating from the Iron Age, and the Grauballe Man from the Germanic Iron Age, found in central Jutland and on display at Moesgård Museum near Aarhus.. Similar bog chemistry was at work in conserving the Haraldskær Woman, also discovered in Jutland as a mummified Iron Age specimen..The presence of this body, with many other bodies of humans and animals found in the surrounding bogs, has led many researchers to question the subject..


The well-preserved head of the Tollund Man..

The Tollund Man lay 50 metres (160 ft) away from firm ground, buried under approximately 2 metres (6.6 ft) of peat, his body arranged in a foetal position..He wore a pointed skin cap made of sheepskin and wool, fastened securely under his chin by a hide thong.. There was a smooth hide belt around his waist.. Additionally, the corpse had a noose made of plaited animal hide drawn tight around the neck and trailing down his back..Other than these, the body was naked.. His hair was cropped so short as to be almost entirely hidden by his cap.. There was short stubble (1 mm length) on his chin and upper lip, suggesting that he had not shaved on the day of his death..Scholars believe the man was a human sacrifice rather than executed criminal because of the arranged position of his body, and the fact that his eyes and mouth were closed...Underneath the body was a thin layer of moss.. Scientists know that this moss was formed in Danish peat bogs in the early Iron Age; therefore, the body was suspected to have been placed in the bog more than 2,000 years ago during that period..While some point to a sacrificial cult dedicated to the gods of fertility / fecundity (the Freyr / Freyja Viking couple), there is a research conducted in Ireland since 2003 on the same type of bodies that studies these dead traces of rituals royalty...

The scientists discovered that the man's last meal had been a kind of porridge made from vegetables and seeds, both cultivated and wild: barley, linseed, gold of pleasure (Camelina sativa) and knotgrass...On the initial autopsy report in 1950, doctors concluded that Tollund Man died by hanging rather than strangulation..The rope left visible furrows in the skin beneath his chin and at the sides of his neck.. There was no mark, however, at the back of the neck where the knot of the noose would have been located.. After a re-examination in 2002, forensic scientists found further evidence to support these initial findings.. Although the cervical vertebrae were undamaged (these vertebrae are often damaged as a result of hanging), radiography showed that the tongue was distended—an indication of death by hanging..Forensic analysis suggests a violent death, or perhaps a ritualistic sacrifice, due to the presence of noose marks and a puncture wound..The body is displayed at the Silkeborg Museum in Denmark, although only the head is original..

Johannes Andreas Grib Fibiger (23 April 1867 – 30 January 1928) was a Danish scientist, physician, and professor of pathological anatomy who won the 1926 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine..While studying tuberculosis in lab rats, Fibiger found tumors in some of his rats.. He discovered that these tumors were associated with parasitic nematode worms that had been living in some cockroaches that the rats had eaten..Rather ironically, he died of colon cancer..Nematode species can be difficult to distinguish, and although over 25,000 have been described, of which more than half are parasitic, the total number of nematode species has been estimated to be about 1 million..They are found in every part of the earth's lithosphere.. One group of carnivorous fungi, the nematophagous fungi, are predators of soil nematodes..The dead were in the presence of objects that seem to be used on the occasion of the enthronement of a new king and the bodies were deposited in areas marking the border of the royal estate..Officers are carrying out a “detailed search” throughout the area of woodland in Anger, near King’s Lynn which is east , of Sandringham House, where members of the Royal Family had gathered..He added: "It is quite a bit of a shock, given the proximity to the grounds itself.. The area is really not that far from Sandringham House.."It is just a stone's throw from the Stud and the Royals' house..It is very close"...
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Charles was the second son of William VI, Landgrave of Hesse-Kassel and Hedwig Sophia of Brandenburg (1623-1683 ).. Until 1675 his mother ruled as his guardian and regent before Charles was old enough to take over the administration for the next 55 years..His older brother, William VII, had died in 1670 shortly after reaching adulthood, even before he had had the chance to make any changes with the administration..Landgrave Charles continued the design of the hillside park, Wilhelmshöhe ( "William's Peak" ) in the Habichtswald ( "Hawk Forest" ), now a nature preserve west of Kassel. In particular, it was the construction of the Hercules monument that brought the Italian-inspired cascades and other water features to the park.. Under his rule, the Moritzaue ( "Maurice's Meadow" ) park near the town was extended over a large area to another park, the Karlsaue ( "Charles's Meadow" ), which still exists today, and the Schloss Orangerie was built...


The Hercules monument German city of Kassel..

William was engaged with his cousin Maria Amalia of Courland, the daughter of Jacob of Courland (her mother was the sister of William's mother).. After the engagement, he embarked on his Grand Tour to the Netherlands, England and France.. In Paris, he became very ill with a "fever".. The French doctors tried to cure the 19-year-old landgrave with laxatives, emetics, enemas and bloodletting, yet the treatment killed him..Charles married his first cousin, Maria Amalia of Courland ( 1653-1711 ), the daughter of Jacob Kettler, Duke of Courland, and had with her se7enteen children, 14 of which lived long enough to have names...

An orangery or orangerie was a room or a dedicated building on the grounds of fashionable residences from the 17th to the 19th centuries where orange and other fruit trees were protected during the winter, similar to a greenhouse or conservatory.. The orangery provided a luxurious extension of the normal range and season of woody plants, extending the protection which had long been afforded by the warmth offered from a masonry fruit wall..The monument is located in Bad Wilhelmshöhe, on the Eastern ridge of the Habichtswald.. It was built in an artificial dell of the Karlsberg (526m above sea level) on the most western and at the same time highest location (515 m) of the line of sight Schloss Wilhelmshöhe – Hercules..On 23 June 2013 the Mountainpark and the Hercules were proclaimed as world heritage site during the UNESCO meeting in Phnom Penh...Once known as the "Pearl of Asia," it was considered one of the loveliest French-built cities in Indochina or the Indochinese Peninsula, refers to the continental portion of Southeast Asia lying east of India and roughly south or southwest of China..Tuff (from the Italian tufo) is a type of rock made of volcanic ash ejected from a vent during a volcanic eruption..The Rapa Nui people used it to make most of the moai statues in Easter Island...
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He was the son of Charles I, Landgrave of Hesse-Kassel, and Princess Maria Amalia of Courland.. In 1692 the young prince made his Grand Tour to the Dutch Republic, in 1695 to the Italian Peninsula and later he studied in Geneva.. His powerless reign saw his family's elimination from the line of succession after the parliamentary government dominated by pro-revanchist Hat Party politicians ventured into a war with Russia, which ended in defeat and the Russian tsarina Elizabeth demanding Adolph Frederick of Holstein-Gottorp to be instated following the death of the king..Landgrave of Hesse-Kassel Successor William VIII-King of Sweden Successor Adolf Frederick..


Oh my god, that's bonkers -Ulrika Sarcophagus..

Princess Luise Dorothea of Prussia (Luise Dorothea Sophie; 29 September 1680 – 23 December 1705) was the daughter of Frederick I, First King in Prussia by his first wife Elisabeth Henriette of Hesse-Kassel.. She was the Hereditary Princess of Hesse-Kassel by marriage but died in childbirth..Luise Dorothea was married in Berlin 31 May 1700 in a grand ceremony which took place during several weeks to great costs.. Conrad Mel wrote Font Legatio orientalis at the occasion.. During the 5 years of marriage, Luise Dorothea was generally in very bad condition and suffered from her bad health.. She died in childbirth.. Frederick remarried to Queen Ulrika Eleonora of Sweden, in 1715 becoming her prince consort, with the style Royal Highness by the estates and eventual King regnant of Sweden..The relationship between Ulrika Eleonora and Frederick changed after he became King, and it was said, that when she gave him the crown, she gave him his freedom..Ulrika was interested in jewelry and music.. Similarly, at court presentations, she could interrogate the female debutantes about the Bible, rewarding them for correct answers. Sternly maintaining her royal pride, she was known to simulate illness and decline to leave her quarters when she felt herself insulted..Prince consort of Sweden - Predecessor Ulrika Eleonora of Denmark..The name Ulrike is a Danish version of the name..


The Host Of Seraphim Riddarholm Church..

Ulrika was the youngest child of King Charles XI and Ulrika Eleonora of Denmark and named after her mother.. After the death of her brother King Charles XII in 1718, she claimed the throne.. Her deceased older sister, Hedvig Sophia, had left a son, Charles Frederick of Holstein-Gottorp, who had the better claim by primogeniture..She was recognized as successor by the Riksdag after she had agreed to renounce the powers of absolute monarchy established by her father..She was a talented musician, and when performing with her sister at court concerts, she would play the clavier while her sister sang.. Ulrika lived most of her life in the shadow of others, outshone by her brother the king, and by her attractive sister..On 5 December 1718, Ulrika Eleonora received the news of the death of her brother, Charles XII.. She immediately declared herself monarch in Uddevalla by stating that she had inherited the throne..The council was taken by surprise and did not contest this..During the ceremonies in Stockholm, she received the Estates, who passed the throne in procession.. On this occasion, she demonstrated that she knew who her followers were..Ulrika Eleonora never made the traditional journey through the country, the "Eriksgata". Instead, she made it as Queen Consort with Frederick in 1722, after his coronation..Her reign occurred just before the end of the Great Northern War..She often spoke of the abdication as the greatest sacrifice of her life.. Frederick succeeded her as Frederick I on 24 March 1720..The reign of her consort began the period traditionally known as the Age of Liberty, when the monarchy lost most of its power to the nobility..She had several personal friends aside from her confidant Emerentia von Düben, especially females, among them being Hedvig Mörner, and her childhood friend Anna Fleming, who were her lady-in-waiting for 30 years..Queen Ulrika Eleonora died of smallpox in 1741..

To honour, defend and preserve the laws and statutes of the Order?.The Riddarholm Church (Riddarholmskyrkan) is the burial church of the Swedish monarchs..A spire was destroyed by a strike of lightning on July 28, 1835 after which it was replaced with the present cast iron spire..Coats of arms of knights of the Order of the Seraphim are in the walls of the church.. When a knight of the Order dies, his coat of arms is hung in the church and when the funeral takes place the church bells are rung constantly from 12:00 to 13:00..The Order of the Seraphim and the Order of the Polar Star are only awarded to foreign heads of state and members of the royal family..To do good to the poor and to protect widows and orphans?...

Tradition places seraphs in the highest rank in the Christian angelic hierarchy and in the 5th rank of 10 in the Jewish angelic hierarchy..The other 5 uses of the word refer to serpents...
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Adolf Frederick or Adolph Frederick (Swedish: Adolf Fredrik, German: Adolf Friedrich; 14 May 1710 in Gottorp – 12 February 1771, in Stockholm) was King of Sweden from 1751 until his death.. He was the son of Christian August of Holstein-Gottorp, Prince of Eutin and Albertina Frederica of Baden-Durlach..Following his death, his son Gustav III seized power in 1772 in a military coup d'etat, reinstating absolute rule..


Adolf in old age as King..

During his 20-year reign Adolf Frederick was little more than a figurehead, the real power being lodged in the hands of the Riksdag of the Estates, often distracted by party strife.. Twice he endeavoured to free himself from the tutelage of the estates.. The first occasion was in 1756 when, stimulated by his imperious consort Louisa Ulrika of Prussia (sister of Frederick the Great), he tried to regain a portion of the attenuated prerogative through the Coup of 1756, and nearly lost his throne in consequence.. On the second occasion in 1768, under the guidance of his eldest son, the crown prince Gustav, afterwards Gustav III of Sweden, he succeeded in overthrowing the "Cap" senate, but was unable to make any use of his victory..

Adolf Frederick died on 12 February 1771 after having consumed a meal consisting of lobster, caviar, sauerkraut, kippers and champagne, which was topped off with 14 servings of his favourite dessert: semla stuffed with almond paste and served in a bowl of hot cream..One or two portions would have been sufficient; 14 servings was excessive..His portrait is included with the 16-sheet series of Princely Persons on Horseback by Johann Elias Ridinger..The ornamental movements in his works show visibly Rococo stylistic tendencies...
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Gustav III (24 January [O.S. 13 January] 1746 – 29 March 1792) was King of Sweden from 1771 until his assassination in 1792.. He was the eldest son of King Adolph Frederick and Queen Louise Ulrika, who was a sister of Frederick the Great, King of Prussia..He was a vocal opponent of what he saw as abuses by the nobility of a permissiveness established by parliamentarian reforms that had been worked out since the death of Charles XII..He seized power from the government in a coup d'état in 1772, ending the Age of Liberty and venturing into a campaign to restore royal autocracy..An admirer of Voltaire, Gustav legalized Catholic and Jewish presence in the realm and enacted wide-ranging reforms aimed at economic liberalism, social reform and the abolition, in many cases, of torture and capital punishment..He was mortally wounded by a gunshot in the lower back during a masquerade ball, as part of a noblist-parliamentary coup attempt, but managed to assume command and quell the uprising before succumbing to septicemia 13 days later, a period during which he received apologies from many of his political enemies..


Abbado - Pavarotti + Vienna 1986..Part 2 of 3...

On 16 March 1792, Gustav III had returned to Stockholm, after spending the day at Haga Palace outside the city, to dine and visit a masquerade ball at the Royal Opera.. During dinner, he received an anonymous letter that contained a threat to his life, but as the king had received numerous threatening letters in the past, he chose to ignore the warning..After dining, he left his rooms to take part in the masquerade.. Soon after entering, he was surrounded by Anckarström and his conspirators, including Horn and Ribbing, who wore black masks.. When Horn confirmed that it was the king, he greeted him in French with the words "Bonjour, beau masque" ("Hello. Lovely mask.").. Anckarström then moved in behind the king and fired a pistol into the left side of his back.. The murder weapon was loaded with two balls, five shot and six bent nails..The King jumped aside, crying in French "Ah! Je suis blessé, tirez-moi d'ici et arrêtez-le!" ("Ah! I am wounded, take me away from here and stop him!").. The king was immediately carried back to his quarters, and the exits of the Opera were sealed...

Jacob Johan Anckarström (11 May 1762 – 27 April 1792) was a Swedish military officer who assassinated Gustav III, king of Sweden..He was convicted and executed for regicide..Curiously, the murder had been predicted to the king 4 years earlier, when he paid an anonymous visit to the celebrated medium of the Gustavian era, Ulrica Arfvidsson.. She was often employed by his brother, Duke Charles, and was said to have a large net of informers all over town; she was never suspected to be involved, but she was questioned about the murder.. In 1791, Charlotta Roos also predicted misfortune to King Gustav III, something he reportedly referred to on his death bed after the assassination..They traveled to Paris in France, were they founded a Bureau d'Esprit à sa maniére with the intention to summon spirits...

The Abbado family is descended from a Moorish king, Abdul Abbad, who had fled Al-Andalus hundreds of years earlier and arrived in Piedmont, Italy..The capital of Piedmont is Turin is well known for its renaissance, baroque, rococo, neo-classical, and art nouveau architecture..In 2015, Italian researchers published a new study in Scientific Reports.. After sequencing some DNA of pollen and dust found on the shroud, they confirmed that many people from many different places came in contact with the shroud.. According to the scientists, "such diversity does not exclude a Medieval origin in Europe but it would be also compatible with the historic path followed by the Turin Shroud during its presumed journey from the Near East.. Furthermore, the results raise the possibility of an Indian manufacture of the linen cloth"...
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http://www.livescience.com/43276-anc...-of-turin.html
http://forum.davidicke.com/showpost....&postcount=186But you need no doors to find God.. If you believe..Beliebe?.If you believe you are gullible..Can you look around this world and believe in the goodness of a god who rules it?.Famine, Pestilence, War, Disease and Death!.They rule this world.. That cross you wear around your neck; is it only a decoration, or are you a true Christian belieber?..http://forum.davidicke.com/showpost....postcount=1775

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Gustav Adolf was born in Stockholm..He was the son of Gustav III of Sweden and his queen consort Sophia Magdalena, eldest daughter of Frederick V of Denmark and his first wife Louise of Great Britain..It was rumored at the time of his birth that Gustav Adolf was the biological son of a Finnish nobleman, then Baron and later Count Adolf Fredrik Munck af Fulkila, though this has never been established..Upon Gustav III's assassination in March 1792, Gustav Adolf succeeded to the throne at the age of 14, under the regency of his uncle, Charles, duke of Södermanland..In August 1796 his uncle the regent arranged for the young king to visit Saint Petersburg to betroth him to Catherine the Great's granddaughter, Grand Duchess Alexandra Pavlovna..However, the whole arrangement foundered on the obstinate refusal of Gustav to allow his destined bride liberty of worship according to the rites of the Russian Orthodox Church..Coronation 3 April 1800..His reign was ill-fated and was to end abruptly.. In 1805, he joined the Third Coalition against Napoleon..His campaign went poorly and the French occupied Swedish Pomerania.. When his ally, Russia, made peace and concluded an alliance with France at Tilsit in 1807, Sweden and Portugal were left as Great Britain's European allies..Gustav Adolf's inept and erratic leadership in diplomacy and war precipitated his deposition through a conspiracy of army officers..On 7 March 1809, lieutenant-colonel Georg Adlersparre, commander of a part of the so-called western army stationed in Värmland, triggered the Coup of 1809 by raising the flag of rebellion in Karlstad and starting to march upon Stockholm..


The Bear portrayed in regal attire..

To prevent the King from joining loyal troops in Scania, on 13 March 1809 se7en of the conspirators led by Carl Johan Adlercreutz broke into the royal apartments in the palace, seized the king, and imprisoned him and his family in Gripsholm castle; the king's uncle, Duke Charles (Karl), was thereupon persuaded to accept the leadership of a provisional government, which was proclaimed the same day; and a diet, hastily summoned, solemnly approved of the revolution...On 29 March Gustav IV Adolf, to save the crown for his son, voluntarily abdicated; but on 10 May the Riksdag of the Estates, dominated by the army, declared that not merely Gustav but his whole family had forfeited the throne, perhaps an excuse to exclude his family from succession based on the rumours of his illegitimacy.. A more likely cause, however, is that the revolutionaries feared that Gustav's son, if he inherited the throne, would avenge his father's deposition when he came of age.. On 5 June, Duke Charles (Gustav's uncle) was proclaimed king under the name of Charles XIII, after accepting a new liberal constitution, which was ratified by the diet the next day.. In December, Gustav and his family were transported to Germany. In 1812, he divorced his wife..In exile Gustav used several titles, including Count Gottorp and Duke of Holstein-Eutin, and finally settled at St. Gallen in Switzerland where he lived in a small hotel in great loneliness and indigence, under the name of Colonel Gustafsson.. It was there that he suffered a stroke and died.. At the suggestion of King Oscar II of Sweden his body was finally brought to Sweden and interred in the Riddarholmskyrkan..

Friederike Dorothea Wilhelmina of Baden was born in Karlsruhe, on 12 March 1781.She had been given but a small education by a French-Swiss governess.. She was treated with kindness by her mother-in-law, Sophia Magdalena of Denmark, who remembered how ill she herself had been treated by her own mother-in-law.. She was described as stiff, shy, unfriendly and beautiful.. The first years, she found it difficult to adapt to the strict court etiquette and played children's games with her ladies-in-waiting..Her husband had arranged the marriage himself because she was the sister of the Russian Empress..The marriage is often considered happy, but the King was much more interested in sex than she was, and she complained of the exhaustion it caused her..She was shocked and intrigued by the sexually liberal Swedish court and wrote home to her family that "everyone had a lover" and about the bisexual rumours about the royal Duchess Hedvig Elisabeth Charlotte of Holstein-Gottorp; she wrote to her mother, that the Duchess was said to have both male and female lovers and that she herself was probably the only woman of note who did not have 3 or 4 lovers..She and her children were first kept at Haga.. The spouses were separated because she was suspected to plan a coup..The family settled in Baden, but her husband was restless and did not want to stay..She died in Lausanne of a heart disease.. She was buried in Schloss and Stiftskirche in Pforzheim, Germany..St. Gallen is situated in the northeastern part of Switzerland in a valley about 700 meters (2,300 ft) above sea level.. It is one of the highest cities in Switzerland and it often receives a lot of snow in winter..St. Gallen is notable for reporting the highest maximum radioactivity measurements of any Swiss city...
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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Frederica_of_Baden
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gustav_IV_Adolf_of_Sweden
http://forum.davidicke.com/showpost....7&postcount=12You like helping people, don't you?.Well, when you come to think about it, all that a person has is other folks..And I reckon there's a lot of folks in these parts that could use a helping hoof...http://forum.davidicke.com/showpost....&postcount=184

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Though known as King Charles XIII in Sweden, he was actually the se7enth Swedish king by that name, as Charles IX (reigned 1604–1611) had adopted his numeral after studying a fictitious history of Sweden..Prince Charles was appointed grand admiral when he was but few days old..He was described as a good dancer at the amateur theatre of the royal court..Reportedly he was not very close to his mother..The Queen preferred her youngest children, Sophie Albertine and Frederick Adolf..Charles was, however, his father's favorite, and similar to him in personality..He was also described as close to his brother Gustav during their childhood..Because of his position as the heir to the throne after his elder brother Gustav, he was early targeted as a useful tool for the opposition to his brother: already in the 1760s, the Caps (party) tried to use him against his brother the crown prince through his then love interest countess Brita Horn, daughter of the Cap's politician Adam Horn..After the death of his father in 1771, when his brother the Crown prince was abroad, the Caps once again attempted to use him against his brother, now King Gustav III of Sweden..In 1772 he cooperated in the Revolution of 1772 of his elder brother, King Gustav III of Sweden...


Gustav III, King of Sweden, and his brothers..

Duke Charles was early on the object of his mother's plans to arrange political marriages for her children.. On the wish of his mother, he was to be married to her niece, his cousin Philippine of Brandenburg-Schwedt, a plan to which he had agreed in 1770..The government, however, refused to issue negotiations because of the costs..After the accession of Gustav III, and the coup d'état which introduced absolute monarchy, his brother terminated these plans against their mothers' will in October 1772 and issued negotiations for a marriage between Charles and his cousin Hedwig Elizabeth Charlotte of Holstein-Gottorpshe, in Stockholm on 7 July 1774, she was 15 years old..The royal couple lived de facto separate private lives and both had extramarital affairs..Duke Charles was given several political tasks during his tenure as a duke..In 1777, he served as regent during Gustav III's stay in Russia..

The Duke was also known for his interest in the supernatural and mysticism, and he was engaged in several secret societies..He was also of the Freemasons..He was reportedly a client of the fortune teller Ulrica Arfvidsson, and he also favored the medium Henrik Gustaf Ulfvenklou..In 1811, he founded the Order of Charles XIII, a Swedish order of chivalry awarded only to Protestant Freemasons..The Lord and Master of the Order is the King of Sweden, currently His Majesty King Carl XVI Gustaf..The order can only be conferred on Freemasons of the Protestant faith..There can never bee more than 33 persons who have the order at the same time..(Men of royal blood are additional)..The insignia is worn around the neck in a red ribbon..By the Union of Sweden and Norway on 4 November 1814 Charles became king of Norway under the name Carl II of Norway...
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He was the second son of Joachim Murat, King of Naples (1808–1815), and his Queen consort Caroline Bonaparte..His maternal uncles included Joseph Bonaparte, Napoleon I of France, Lucien Bonaparte, Louis Bonaparte and Jérôme Bonaparte. His maternal aunts included Elisa Bonaparte and Pauline Bonaparte..The Principality of Pontecorvo was a principality in Italy created by Napoleon after he became King of Italy in 1805..The principality was short-lived.. In 1815, after the Napoleonic Wars, the town was ceded back to the Papal States..The town was destroyed during World War II, and rebuilt in a modern style..When Joachim Murat was the king of Naples (1808–1815), the corners had 2 red and 2 black triangles; the coat of arms was inside a rhombus in the center..


Flag of Naples under the Angevins (1282–1442)..

The ensuing Neapolitan War between Murat and the Austrians was short, ending with a decisive victory for the Austrian forces at the Battle of Tolentino.. Murat was forced to flee, and Ferdinand IV of Sicily was restored to the throne of Naples.. Murat would attempt to regain his throne but was quickly captured and executed by firing squad in Pizzo, Calabria. The next year, 1816, finally saw the formal union of the Kingdom of Naples with the Kingdom of Sicily into the new Kingdom of the Two Sicilies..


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The first person given arguido (suspect) status, 12 days after the disappearance, was a local British-Portuguese property consultant, Robert Murat.. As with the McCanns, Murat found himself at the centre of media allegations that continued for months..Murat lived in his mother's home, 150 yards (137 m) from apartment 5A in the direction the man in the Tanner sighting had walked.. He was made an arguido after a British tabloid journalist told police he had been asking questions about the case..The police had briefly signed him up as an official interpreter...3 members of the Tapas Se7en said they had seen Murat near the resort on the evening Madeleine disappeared, although he and his mother said he had been at home all evening...
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Bernadotte was born in Pau, France, as the son of Jean Henri Bernadotte (Pau, Béarn, 14 October 1711 – Pau, 31 March 1780), prosecutor at Pau, and his wife (married at Boeil, 20 February 1754) Jeanne de Saint-Jean (Pau, 1 April 1728 – Pau, 8 January 1809), niece of the Lay Abbot of Sireix..The family name was originally du Poey, but was changed to Bernadotte – a surname of an ancestress at the beginning of the 17th century..Bernadotte joined the army as a private in the Régiment de Royal-Marine on 3 September 1780, and first served in the newly conquered territory of Corsica..Subsequently, the Régiment stationed in Besancon, Grenoble, Vienne, Marseille and Ile de Re..He reached to the rank of Sergeant in August 1785 and was nicknamed Sergeant Belle-Jambe, for his smart appearance.. In early 1790 he was promoted to Adjutant-Major, the highest rank for noncommissioned officers in the Ancien Régime..Following the outbreak of the French Revolution, his eminent military qualities brought him speedy promotion..By 1794 he was promoted to brigadier, attached to the Army of Sambre-et-Meuse..At the beginning of 1797 he was ordered by the Directory to march with 20,000 men as reinforcements to Napoleon Bonaparte's army in Italy..After returning from Vienna, he resided in Paris..He married Désirée Clary in August 1798, the daughter of a Marseilles merchant & Joseph Bonaparte's sister-in-law..He declined to help Napoleon Bonaparte stage his coup d'état of November 1799 but nevertheless accepted employment from the Consulate, and from April 1800 to 18 August 1801 commanded the army in the Vendée and successfully restored its tranquility..


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n 1810 Bernadotte was about to enter his new post as governor of Rome when he was unexpectedly elected the heir-presumptive to King Charles XIII of Sweden..The king had adopted a Danish prince, Charles August, as his son soon after his coronation, but he had died just a few months after his arrival..Bernadotte was elected partly because a large part of the Swedish Army, in view of future complications with Russia, were in favour of electing a soldier, and partly because he was also personally popular, owing to the kindness he had shown to the Swedish prisoners in Lübeck..Before freeing Bernadotte from his allegiance to France, Napoleon asked him to agree never to take up arms against France..Bernadotte refused to make any such agreement, upon the ground that his obligations to Sweden would not allow it; Napoleon exclaimed “Go, and let our destinies be accomplished” and signed the act of emancipation unconditionally..On 2 November Bernadotte made his solemn entry into Stockholm, and on 5 November he received the homage of the Riksdag of the Estates, and he was adopted by King Charles XIII under the name of "Charles John" (Karl Johan)..Many Swedes expected him to reconquer Finland which had been ceded to Russia, however, the Crown Prince was aware of its difficulty for reasons of the desperate situation of the state finance and the reluctance of the Finnish people to return to Sweden..Even if Finland was regained, he thought, it would put Sweden into a new cycle of conflicts with a neighbor because there was no guarantee Russia would accept the loss as final..Therefore, he made up his mind to make a united Scandinavian peninsula by taking Norway from Denmark and uniting her to Sweden..Soon after Charles John’s arrival in Sweden, Napoleon compelled him to accede to the continental system and declare war against Great Britain; otherwise, Sweden would have to face the determination of France, Denmark and Russia.. Sweden reluctantly declared war against Great Britain but it was treated by both countries as being merely nominal, although Swedish imports of British goods decreased from £4,871 million in 1810 to £523 million in the following year..In January 1812, French troops suddenly invaded Swedish Pomerania and the island of Rügen..


Désirée (1954) - Marlon Brando as Napoleon, Jean Simmons as Désirée, & Michael Rennie as Bernadotte..

In 1813, he allied Sweden with Napoleon's enemines, including Great Britain, Russia & Prussia, in the Sixth Coalition, hoping to secure Norway..However, the Norwegians were unwilling to accept Swedish general control..The ensuing war was swiftly won by Sweden under Charles John's Geneship..This paved the way for Norway to enter a personal union with Sweden later that year..His domestic policy particularly focused on promotion of economy and investment in social overhead capital, and the long peace since 1814 led to an increased prosperity for the country..As the union King, Charles XIV John in Sweden and Charles III John in Norway, who succeeded to that title on 5 February 1818 following the death of Charles XIII & II, he was initially popular in both countries..During his long reign of 26 years, the population of the Kingdom was so increased that the inhabitants of Sweden alone became equal in number to those of Sweden & Finland before the latter province was torn from the former, the national debt was paid off, a civil and a penal code were proposed for promulgation, education was promoted, agriculture, commerce, and manufactures prospered, and the means of internal communication were increased..He also faced challenges in Norway.. The Norwegian constitution gave the Norwegian parliament, the Storting, more power than any legislature in Europe..Charles John survived the abdication controversy and he went on to have his silver jubilee, which was celebrated with great enthusiasm on 18 February 1843..On 26 January 1844, his 81st birthday, Charles John was found unconscious in his chambers having suffered a stroke.. While he regained consciousness, he never fully recovered and died on the afternoon of 8 March..His remains were interred after a state fun eral in Stockholm's Riddarholm Church..The love Triangle between Napoleon, Bernadotte, & Desiree Clary was the subject of a novel by Annemarie..
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https://forum.davidicke.com/showpost...&postcount=207Nobody has had a career in life like mine.. I could perhaps have been able to agree to become Napoleon’s ally: but when he attacked the country that had placed its fate in my hands, he could find in me no other than an opponent..Hey, Napoleon. What did you do last summer again?.The events that shook Europe and that gave her back her freedom are known..It is also known which part I played in That..They kept trying to attack my cousins, what the heck would you do in a situation like that?..https://forum.davidicke.com/showpost...&postcount=427

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The coat of arms of the House of Bernadotte combines the coat of arms of the House of Vasa and the coat of arms of Bernadotte as the Prince of Pontecorvo..It is visible as an inescutcheon in the Greater Coat of Arms of the Realm - Oscar I was born at 291 Rue Cisalpine in Paris (today: 32 Rue Monceau), the son of then French Minister of War, general Jean-Baptiste Bernadotte and Désirée Clary..He was named Joseph after his godfather Joseph Bonaparte who was married to his mother's elder sister, Julie Clary, but was also given the names François Oscar.. The latter name was chosen by Napoleon after one of the heroes in the Ossian cycle of poems.. He had an excellent education..On January 17, 1816, he was elected an honorary member of the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences, and in 1818, he was appointed chancellor of Uppsala University, where he spent one semester..In 1832-34 he completed the opera Ryno, the errant knight which had been left unfinished on the death of the young composer Eduard (born in Dresden), Brendler..Twice during his father's lifetime he was viceroy of Norway.. By proxy at the Leuchtenberg Palace in Munich on 22 May 1823 and in person at a wedding ceremony conducted in Stockholm on 19 June 1823 he married the Princess Josephine, daughter of Eugène de Beauharnais, Duke of Leuchtenberg, and granddaughter of the Empress Josephine..


Oscar of Sweden painted by Joseph Karl Stieler..

In foreign affairs Oscar I was a friend of the principle of nationality.. In 1848 he supported Denmark against the Kingdom of Prussia in the First War of Schleswig; placed Swedish & Norwegian troops in cantonments in Funen and North Schleswig (1849–1850); and mediated the Truce of Malmö (26 August 1848)..He was also one of the guarantors of the integrity of Denmark (the London Protocol, 8 May 1852)..As early as 1850 Oscar I had conceived the plan of a dynastic union of the three Scandinavian kingdoms, but such difficulties presented themselves that the scheme had to be abandoned.. He succeeded, however, in reversing his father's obsequious policy towards Imperial Russia..He was the 968th (=23) Knight of the Order of the Golden Fleece in Spain..Oscar I left 5 legitimate children – four sons and one daughter..



Universitas Regia Ubsaliensis..


The name Oscar may be derived from two elements in Irish: the first, os, means "deer"; the second element, car, means "loving", thus deer-loving one or the like..The name is borne by a character in Irish mythology, Oscar, grandson of Fionn Mac Cumhaill..The stories of Fionn and his followers the Fianna, form the Fenian Cycle (an Fhiannaíocht), much of it narrated in the voice of Fionn's son, the poet Oisín..The 19th-century Irish revolutionary organisation known as the Fenian Brotherhood took its name from these legends..It was a precursor to Clan na Gael, a sister organisation to the Irish Republican Brotherhood..The IRB was organised into circles..The Fenians soon established themselves in Australia, South America, Canada and, above all, in the US, as well as in the large cities of England, such as London, Manchester, Liverpool, & Glasgow, in Scotland..The Giant's Causeway is an area of about 40,000 interlocking basalt columns, the result of an ancient volcanic eruption..According to legend, the columns are the remains of a causeway built by a giant..Across the sea, there are identical basalt columns (a part of the same ancient lava flow) at Fingal's Cave on the Scottish isle of Staffa, and it is possible that the story was influenced by this..The surname McCusker originates as an Anglicised form of the Irish Mac Oscair as does the anglicised surname Cosgrave..The former surname may originate from Oscar, or else from a Gaelicised form of the Old Norse Ásgeirr (a personal name itself composed of the elements meaning "god" & "spear")..Oscar, the letter O- in the NATO phonetic alphabet...
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http://www.unofficialroyalty.com/jul...ed-royal-date/
https://forum.davidicke.com/showthre...=190100&page=2Now, we have some information here, but we can't make anything out of it and maybe you can..All your life has been spent in pursuit of archaeological relics..Who needs the sun?..I like it freezing..Let that wind blow!.Oh, that's heaven, gloomy and deary..I love a day that is chilly, wet, and bleary..Heh, heh!..or worn out by the sea...https://forum.davidicke.com/showpost...7&postcount=16

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Hyrrokkin pushes the ship, angering Thor..

In Norse mythology, Hyrrokkin ("Fire-Smoked", possibly referring to a dark, shrivelled appearance) is a giantess.. She appears to be depicted on one of the surviving stones from the Hunnestad Monument near Marsvinsholm, Sweden called DR 284..She is also mentioned in a list of troll women by an anonymous skald, is generally used for poets who composed at the courts of Scandinavian and Icelandic leaders during the Viking Age and Middle Ages..The West Germanic counterpart of the skald is the scop, which is related to Modern English scoff, the name skald is continued in English scold, reflecting the central position of mocking taunts inGermanic poetry...Slag van Spioenkop Mohandas Gandhi was a stretcher-bearer at the battle, in the Indian Ambulance Corps he had organised, and was decorated...
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http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/foo...agony-war.html
https://forum.davidicke.com/showpost...62&postcount=5I have been instructed to inquire the subject of your speech tonight..The value of goat's milk in daily diet..But you can be sure that I will also speak against war..I want to change their minds...https://forum.davidicke.com/showpost...3&postcount=88

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Hundreds marched through Malmo in southern Sweden to protest against the police response to 3 violent gang rapes of teenage girls..Since at least a decade, Malmö has a serious migrant crime problem and recent reports say the city has at least 3 no-go zones..Earlier today a police car was blown up and earlier this month a synagogue was firebombed by “Palestinian” protesters...



Pat Condell..

Which politician did Eurosceptic activists seek to have prosecuted for treason, over his policy on Europe?..


http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/arti...ang-rapes.html
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