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Convention between Austria and Frankfurt relative to the Teutonic Order, signed at Frankfurt, 28 September 1845

Convention between the Teutonic Order and Wurtemberg, signed at Mergentheim, 15 August 1813

Convention between Hesse, Nassau, Saxony and Westphalia respecting the former Hessian Fief of the Teutonic Order, signed at Marburg, 14 March 1813

Convention between the Teutonic Order and the States of the Former Confederation of the Rhine, signed at Mergentheim, 15 August 1813

Treaty of Liquidation between Bavaria, Wurtemberg, Baden, Hesse, Nassau and Isenberg respecting the Teutonic Order, signed at Mergentheim, 18 May 1815

Accord between the Archduke Leopold of Austria (as Grand Master of the Teutonic Order) and The Netherlands, 14 June 1662

Convention between Austria and Frankfurt relative to the Property of the Teutonic Order in the Territory of the Free City, signed at Frankfurt, 18 March 1842

Preliminary Agreement pursuant to the Agreements of 1(11) February 1693 and 4(14) March 1694 for the Maintenance of the Harmony of the Empire etc. between the Bishop of Worms (also Head of the Teutonic Order), the Bishops of Wurzburg, Constance and Munster, the Abbot of Fulda, the Duke of Saxe-Gotha and Margrave of Baden-Durlach, the Dukes of Wolfenbuttel, the Landgraves of Hesse-Cassel and Hesse-Darmstadt, the Margrave of Baden-Baden, the King of Denmark (as Duke of Holstein) and the House of Anhalt, signed at Goslar, 5(15) February 1700

 

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The military order of German knights, priests, and lay brothers known in German as the Deutschorden and in Latin as the Ordo Fratrum Domus Hospitalis Sanctae Mariae Teutonicorum Ierosolymitani developed ...

Subjects: Medieval and Renaissance History (500 to 1500).


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