Death of Emperor Friedrich II



13 December 1250

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    Tomb of Friedrich II, Hohenstaufen, born 26 December 1194, died 13 December 1250.

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    Friedrich II Hohenstaufen crowned Emperor by Pope Honorius III. From Vincent de Beauvais,"Le Miroir Historial" Ms.722/1196,fol.392 recto

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    The Hohenstaufen eagle. Detail from the ceiling mosaic (12th) in the room of Norman King Roger of Sicily (Stanza di Ruggiero).

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    Sarcophagus of Empress Constanza of Aragon, wife of Emperor Friedrich II, Holy Roman Empire. Constanza died in 1222. The Latin inscription says: "I was Queen of Sicily and Empress - here now I rest, Frederic, your wife."

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    Ruins of the palatium of Friedrich II and the fortification wall erected by 13th century Anjou- kings.Interior of the three-storey palace,which was ruined in the 18th century to use the stones for the city.

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    Ruins of the palatium of Friedrich II and the fortification wall erected by 13th century Anjou- kings.Interior of the three-storey palace,which was ruined in the 18th century to use the stones for the city.One of the (originally twenty) Anjou-towers.

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    Ruins of the palatium of Friedrich II and the fortification wall erected between 1269 and 1283 by the 13th century kings of the House of Anjou.

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    Ruins of the palatium of Friedrich II and the fortification wall erected between 1269 and 1283 by the 13th century kings of the House of Anjou.

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    Castel del Monte,built by Friedrich II between 1229 and 1249.Perhaps a simple hunting lodge,but its octagonal form has given rise to many speculations, mystical and otherwise.

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    Stonecarving on the ambo (pulpit) of the Cathedral of Bitonto.The insription states that "Nicolaus, Sacerdos et Magister"carved it in 1229.Historians are not sure whether these are Hohenstaufen kings,or whether it is a city-goddess being handed a sceptre.

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    Crown of the Empress Constanza of Aragon, (died 1222), wife of Emperor Friedrich II of Hohenstaufen.

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    Imperial Eagle from the burial garments of Empress Constanza (died 1222), wife of Emperor Friedrich II of Hohenstaufen.

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    Column to the left of the entrance of the Cathedral of Bitonto,Italy. The capital shows Friedrich II,Emperor, with crown.

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    Sculpture on the banister of the ambo:The figure left,sitting, could be Emperor Friedrich I Hohenstaufen,handing the scepter to his son Heinrich VI; the other two could be Friedrich II and his son Konradin.If the third figure is female, she could be a city goddess of Bitonto,being given a sceptre as a sign of her self-governing state.

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    Sculpture on the banister of the ambo:The figure left,sitting, could be Emperor Friedrich I Hohenstaufen,handing the scepter to his son Heinrich VI; the other two could be Friedrich II and his son Konradin.If the third figure is female, she could be a city goddess of Bitonto,being given a sceptre as a sign of her self-governing state.

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    Tomb of Friedrich II, Hohenstaufen, born 26 December 1194, died 13 December 1250.

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    Wax-seal of Friedrich II,Emperor,on a document dated December 1210.

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    Wax seal od Friedrich II,Emperor,on a document dated June 1233.

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    Wax seal of Friedrich II,Emperor, on a document dated June 1233.

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    Medallions of Saints Peter and Paul,golden girdles from the shroud of Constanza of Aragon,wife of Friedrich II.

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    Castel del Monte,built by Friedrich II between 1229 and 1249.Perhaps a simple hunting lodge,but its octagonal form has given rise to many speculations, mystical and otherwise. The inner courtyard.

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    Medallion belonging to Empress Constanza,wife of Friedrich II.

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