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Friedrich III von Schleswig-Holstein-Gottorf

male / German
noble, patron, art collector
Promoter of science, art and culture. He had made a giant globe in Gottorf. His Kunstkammer and extensive library were famous. He made Gottorf Castle the main cultural center of northern Germany and prepared the establishment of a north German university.
Gottorf 1597-12-22
Tönning 1659-08-10
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eldest son of Johan Adolf of Sleswig-Holstein-Gottorf and Augusta of Denmark
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Anselm van Hulle painted his portrait in 1653 (Gerson 1942/1983, p. 211); Jürgen Ovens, Broder Matthisen, Hans Gudewerth and Govert Camphuysen worked several years for the court
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Entered on: 2012-11-12; Modification on: 2019-01-10


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