Definition of Archducal. Meaning of Archducal. Synonyms of Archducal

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Definition of Archducal

Archducal
Archducal Arch`du"cal, a. Of or pertaining to an archduke or archduchy.

Meaning of Archducal from wikipedia

- Iron and his descendants unilaterally ****umed the title of Archduke. The archducal title was only officially recognized in 1453 by Emperor Frederick III...
- The archducal hat (German: Erzherzogshut) is the insignia of the Archduchy of Austria, mostly apparently symbolic and used in the heraldry and some portraits...
- Emperor Frederick III, also the ruler of Austria, officially adopted the archducal title. From the 15th century onwards, all Holy Roman Emperors but one...
- separate peace with England. On 24 July 1604, England, Spain and the Archducal Netherlands signed the Treaty of London. The return to peace was severely...
- The archducal hat of Joseph II is an imperial insignia of Joseph II, Holy Roman Emperor. The Habsburg dynasty used the archducal hat on several occasions...
- a separate peace with England. On 24 July 1604 England, Spain and the Archducal Netherlands signed the Treaty of London. The return to peace was severely...
- war. The Archducal Netherlands benefited from the Truce. Agriculture was at last allowed to recover from the devastation of war. The archducal regime encouraged...
- The archducal hat of Tyrol is an insignia of the County of Tyrol. It is located in the treasury of Mariastein. Its design resembles the original archducal...
- pope, while the terms baronial family, comital family, ducal family, archducal family, grand ducal family, or princely family are more appropriate to...
- of the dynasty and the nucleus of the Habsburg Monarchy. In 1453, the archducal title of the Austrian rulers, invented by Duke Rudolf IV in the forged...
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