Burgrave, also rendered as burggrave, was since the medieval period in Europe the official title for the ruler of a castle, especially a royal or episcopal castle, and its territory called a Burgraviate or Burgravate.
Półwieś, Lesser Poland Voivodeship
Półwieś is a village in the administrative district of Gmina Spytkowice, within Wadowice County, Lesser Poland Voivodeship, southern Poland. It lies approximately 11 kilometres (7 mi) north-east of Wadowice and 29 km (18 mi) west of the regional
Family tree of the House of Orange (1450–1815)
Arkösund is a small village on the Swedish East Coast, on Vikbolandet peninsula, Norrköping Municipality with 172 inhabitants in 2015. Its population swells in the summer, when the yacht people arrive to anchor up in the marina to shop for food. It is
Veda och Mörtsal
Veda och Mörtsal is a smaller locality in Högsjö parish, Härnösand Municipality, Sweden. It had 61 inhabitants in 2015. It comprises two villages halfway between Kramfors and Härnösand. The ferry that served as transport to Nyadal, on the other
Galten (basin)
Galten is a fjard of Lake Mälaren, the third-largest lake in Sweden. It is the westernmost part of the lake, and is connected to the fjard of Blacken in the east through the strait of Kvicksund
Ultuna is a locality in Uppsala Municipality, Uppsala County, Sweden with 449 inhabitants in 2017. Located 5 kilometres (3 mi) south of central Uppsala, it hosts the headquarters and main campus of the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences
Mathias Franz Graf von Chorinsky Freiherr von Ledske
Mathias Franz Graf von Chorinsky Freiherr von Ledske was first Bishop of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Brno, Imperial and Royal senior Privy Counsellor of the Imperial and Royal Privy Council of the Habsburg monarchy and with his equally eminent brothers
The ruins of Brahehus Castle are located 3 km (2 mi) outside of Gränna in Jönköping County in the province of Småland, Sweden. The ruins sit 270 m (890 ft) above sea level and 180 m (590 ft) above the lake Vättern, providing a panoramic view of
Châtelain was originally the French title for the keeper of a castle
Constantine of Nicaea
Constantine of Nicaea or Constantine the Philosopher was a Neoplatonic philosopher in the Byzantine Empire during the reign of Manuel I (1143–1180