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Frederik V van Bohemen

male / German
Nationality/school
German
Born
Deinschwang (Neumarkt in der Oberpfalz) 1596-08-26
Deceased
Mainz 1632-11-29
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son of Frederik IV Palatine and Louise Juliana, daughter of William of Orange and Charlotte de Bourbon; husband of Elizabeth Stuart Princess Royal: his father-in-law was James I of England. They had a large family, which spread their influence over all of Europe although they lived in exile after 1619.
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  • Londen (Engeland)
  • Den Haag (stad) 1613
    coming back from England after the marriage in London, Frederick and Elizabeth stopped in The Hague en route for Heidelberg to visit Prince Maurice of Orange; Arundel joined them and Michiel van Mierevelt was in their train until the border of the Dutch Republic (Gerson 1942/1983, p. 372)
  • Heidelberg 1613 - 1619
  • Praag 1619 - 1621
    during his short reign as king of Bohemia he stayed in Prague
  • Den Haag (stad) 1621 - 1631
    While in exile the family lived in The Hague. Some years later they got the hunting lodge in Rhenen from prince Frederic Henry of Orange
  • Rhenen (plaats) 1631
  • Duitsland 1631 - 1632
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Creation date: 2010-08-20; Last modified date: 2022-08-29

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