Christian IV


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Christian IV (1577–1648)

Christian IV (1577–1648)

Christian IV (1577–1648)

The Activist Monarchy of Christian IV

Christian IV (1577 - 1648), patron of music

Christian IV, King of Denmark and Norway

295 ELIZABETH in The Hague to CHRISTIAN IV 9 November 1636

107 ELIZABETH [in The Hague] to CHRISTIAN IV 18 September 1633

20 CHRISTIAN IV to ELIZABETH after 2 April 1632

24 ELIZABETH in The Hague to CHRISTIAN IV 17 April 1632

Church and Court: Culture in the Age of Christian IV

61 CHRISTIAN IV to ELIZABETH [in The Hague1] 27 October 1632

266 ELIZABETH in The Hague to CHRISTIAN IV [in Lübeck] 24 July 1636

236. Christian IV in Copenhagen to Elizabeth [in the Hague?] 22 August 1621

Frederick II, King of Denmark and Norway (1534 - 1588) and Christian IV, King of Denmark and Norway (1577 - 1648)

Christian IV and His Navy: A Political and Administrative History of the Danish Navy, 1596–1648

Review: Ballet Music from the Mannheim Court, Part I: Christian Cannabich, Le Rendes‐vous, ballet de chasse; Georg Joseph Vogler, Le Rendez‐vous de chasse, ou Les Vendages interrompues par les chasseurs; II: Carl Joseph Toeschi, Mars et Vénus; Christian Cannabich, Médée et Jason; III: Carl Joseph Toeschi, Céphale et Procris and L'Enlèvement de Proserpine; IV: Christian Cannabich, Renaud et Armide; Les Mariages Samnites

Christian Kay, Carole Hough, and IrenÉ Wotherspoon (eds), New Perspectives on English Historical Linguistics: Selected Papers from 12 ICEHL, Glasgow, 21–26 August 2002, Vol. II, Lexis and Transmission. Pp. xii + 271 (Amsterdam Studies in the Theory and History of Linguistic Science, Series IV: Current Issues in Linguistic Theory 252). Amsterdam and Philadelphia: John Benjamins, 2004. €240.00 (ISBN 90 272 4764 1).


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King of Denmark and Norway, was the son of King Frederick II of Denmark and Sophia of Mecklenburg. He succeeded his father in 1588 and began to rule in ...

Subjects: Early Modern History (1500 to 1700).

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