Frederick Barbarossa

noun
Holy Roman Emperor from 1152 to 1190; conceded supremacy to the pope; drowned leading the Third Crusade (1123-1190)
Syn: ↑Frederick I, ↑Barbarossa
Instance Hypernyms: ↑Holy Roman Emperor

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  • Frederick II — • German King and Roman Emperor, son of Henry VI and Constance of Sicily; born 26 Dec., 1194; died at Fiorentina, in Apulia, 13 Dec., 1250 Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Frederick II     Frederick II …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • Frederick I — may refer to:*Frederick I, Archbishop of Cologne (c. 1075 1171) * Frederick I, Holy Roman Emperor (1122 1190); Frederick Barbarossa * Frederick I of Austria (Babenberg) (c.1175 1198) * Frederick I of Austria (Habsburg) (1286 1330); Frederick the… …   Wikipedia

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  • Frederick — Frederick1 [fred′rik, fred′ər ik] n. [Fr Frédéric < Ger Friedrich < OHG Fridurih < Gmc * frithu , peace (< fri , to love, protect + thu , substantive particle) + * rik , king, ruler (akin to L rex, Ger reich): see RIGHT] a masculine… …   English World dictionary

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