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Definition of Archchamberlain

Archchamberlain
Archchamberlain Arch`cham"ber*lain, n. [Cf. G. erzk["a]mmerer. See Arch-, pref.] A chief chamberlain; -- an officer of the old German empire, whose office was similar to that of the great chamberlain in England.

Meaning of Archchamberlain from wikipedia

- Castle) was Count of Hohenzollern from 1525 to 1575. He was Imperial Archchamberlain and chairman of the Aulic Council. Karl was the eldest son of the Count...
- investiture with the Kurmark, or electoral march, and his appointment as Archchamberlain of the Holy Roman Empire occurred on 18 April 1417, also during the...
- the Elector of Saxony as Archmarshal the Margrave of Brandenburg as Archchamberlain The number increased to eight, when in 1623 the Duke of Bavaria took...
- Weimar and Orlamünde. It was possibly at this time that Albert was made Archchamberlain of the Empire, an office which afterwards gave the Margraves of Brandenburg...
- had excellent relations with the Habsburgs. He was also Imperial Archchamberlain and captain of the Lordship of Hohenberg. He died in Pavia in 1525;...
- the east of the Oder and a part of the Uckermark. The Office of the Archchamberlain of the Holy Roman Empire, and thus the Prince Elector, was awarded...
- blue escutcheon with the golden sceptre, as symbol of the office of archchamberlain (Erzkämmerer) of the Empire, was added under Frederick II (1440-70)...
- Isenmann disagrees and believes it was an innovation sprouted by Archchamberlain Konrad von Weinsberg. By 1433-4 the tax collectors were collecting...
- Lucia Luise was the daughter of Philipp Rudolf Graf von Ingelheim, Archchamberlain of the Duchy of N****au, and Leopoldine Schenk Gräfin von Stauffenberg...
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