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The deeds of Frederick Barbarossa

Otto I Bp. of Freising

The deeds of Frederick Barbarossa

by Otto I Bp. of Freising

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Published by Norton in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Frederick -- I, -- Holy Roman Emperor.

  • Edition Notes

    Reprint of 1953 edition pub. by Columbia U.P.

    Statementby Otto of Freising and his continuator,Rahewin ; translated and annotated with an introduction by Charles Christopher Mierow with the collaboration of Richard Emery.
    SeriesRecords of civilization, sources and studies
    ContributionsRahewin., Mierow, Charles Christopher., Emery, Richard.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination[ix], 366p. ;
    Number of Pages366
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22208270M
    ISBN 100393096971
    OCLC/WorldCa277153796

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The Deeds of Ferderick Barbarossa A Letter of the August Emperor to Otto, Bishop of Friesing The First Book The Chapters The Prologue The Text The Second Book The Chapters The Prologue The Text The Third Book The Chapters The Prologue The Text Part 5: The Fourth Book The Chapters The Text Appendix Bibliography Index.

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The conflict was the same as that resolved in the Federick of Worms: Barbarossa means “red beard” in Italian [2] ; in German, he was known as Kaiser Rotbartwhich has the same meaning.

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The Deeds of Frederick Barbarossa is the "official biography" of German king and Holy Roman Emperor Frederick I. This historical firsthand account was begun by his maternal uncle, Bishop Otto of Freising, the leading medieval church figure and notable historian, and continued by a less well known cleric, Rahewin/5(2).

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Frederick Barbarossa I. Three score and nine years old was the red-bearded king, Frederick Barbarossa. He was by right the master of Germany. He had subdued Italy and had been crowned in the imperial city of Rome.

Throughout Europe his name was known and feared; in his own country he was the hero of heroes. Barbarossa in Italy Barbarossa and the Lombards. Excerpts from the Diet of Ronçaglia,and The Peace of Constance, Janu [Geary 41] Otto of Friesing: Deeds of Frederick Barbarossa, copyrighted.

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Charles Christopher Mierow with Richard Emery."The Deeds of Frederick Barbarossa" is the "official biography" of German king and Holy Roman Emperor Frederick I. This historical firsthand account was begun by his maternal uncle, Bishop Otto of Freising, the leading medieval church figure and notable historian, and continued by a less well known cleric, Rahewin.

This chronicle is the single most important source for the early .