Prince Elector of the Holy Roman Empire

Armorial plates from the Order of the Golden Fleece Photo number: 0010261000 Artist: Lukas de Heere Period (century): century

Charlemagne: Although many consider him to be the  Founder of the Holy Roman Empire, it was Otto the 1ST in 962.HOWEVER, it's traditionally considered the founder of the feudal system & was a legend in his own lifetime,

Clothing medieval - Emperor of the Holy Roman German Empire - Charlemagne - painting by Albrecht Dürer

Heavy German knights of the Holy Roman Empire during the Baltic Crusade

German knights in Gothic style armour of the Holy Roman Empire during the Baltic Crusade.

Imperial Crown of the Holy Roman Empire. The Imperial Crown  2nd half of the 10th century The cross is an addition from the early 11th century; the arch dates from the reign of Emperor Conrad II (ruled 1024-1039); the red velvet cap is from the 18th century. Gold, cloisonné enamel, precious stones, pearls Brow plate

ufansius: “The crown of Charlemagne, crowned the first Holy Roman Emperor in he’s shown wearing it in this 1512 portrait by Albrecht Durer.

Banner of the Holy Roman Emperor (after 1400).svg

Capetian Holy Roman Empire An Imperial Banner of the HRE in an alternate timeline in which the Capetians headed the empire (and thereby also adding france to the realms of the Empire)

Charles V was the Holy Roman Emperor from 1519-1556 and the most powerful ruler in the 16th century. He reigned over the Low Countries, Spain, Spain's Italian and New World dominions, and the Austrian Habsburg lands. In 1521, Martin Luther appeared before the emperor during the Imperial Diet of Worms,one the most important events of the 16th century, where Luther defended his faith. -L.O.

Charles V of Spain, Holy Roman Emperor was Juana's eldest son. He was not of the House of Trastamara as he was born into his father Phillip's House of Habsburg.

Sabre of Charlemagne, Holy Roman Empire (early 10th c.). A Hungarian (Magyar) type sword probably made in Eastern Europe.

Sabre of Charlemagne, Holy Roman Empire (early c. A Hungarian (Magyar) type sword probably made in Eastern Europe.

Now I'm sad.<<< it's not really that sad, that's life, it's the way it is. Plus, the drawings are really good, I couldn't draw that good even if i tried

Hetalia, Japan, North Italy, Germany , Holy Roman Empire<<< I loooove this art style

Tags: Axis Powers: Hetalia, Hungary, North Italy, Holy Roman Empire, Pixiv Id 4416917

Tags: Axis Powers: Hetalia, Hungary, North Italy, Holy Roman Empire, Pixiv Id 4416917

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