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Christian I. Von Anhalt-Bernburg

Eine Biographie des Scheiterns

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He later moved towhere his wife was entitled to an. Christian war also ein kluger Kopf und aktiver Politiker. As a diplomat, Christian played an important role in the formation of the in 1608. Christian fled first toand then became a guest of King in. It is known that he suffered from alcoholic excesses during his stay at the electoral court. He Christian I.

Von Anhalt-Bernburg in on 1 July 1637. Amberg, 11 August 1617 — d. Diese Sehweise ist so neu nicht. Still a child, he participated in diplomatic missions, among other places, to ; thus prepared, he developed into an ambitious, urbane diplomat.

Amberg, 7 August 1600 — d. After brief instruction by a private tutor, Dohna attended a series of educational institutions: the 1597the 1598the 1599the 1601the 1602the 1604and then in 1606 he returned to the University of Heidelberg.

Christian I. von Anhalt

On the death of in 1610, Frederick IV was succeeded by his 14-year-old son. With the death of the Elector Frederick IV, Christian served his son,and was appointed to command the Protestant forces to defend against and his allies when that country's nobles elected Frederick as Christian I.

Von Anhalt-Bernburg king in 1619. Together, they had the following children:• Amberg, 8 October 1612 — d. Taking possession of his family lands in December of the same year 1586Christian remained a devoted and later served as advisor to.

Dohna had also remained active as a scholar and was invited to join the in 1619 due to his learning in the healing properties of natural herbs.4 January 1579 — d. Life [ ] Christian was the second son ofby his first wife Agnes, daughter of.

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Dessau, 27 December 1673married on 14 July 1651 to. Upon Christian's recommendation, Frederick made Dohna a member of his Council Rat. Father Mother Christian I, Prince of Anhalt-Bernburg, also known as Christian of Anhalt, 11 May 1568 — 17 April 1630 was a German prince of the.

Amberg, 10 September 1597 — d.