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Tag Archives: Lake Constance
CONSTANCE, Imperial Free City. KONSTANZ. City of southern Germany, on the Rhine as it flows from Lake Constance (Bodensee) into the smaller lake, Untersee; the old city is on the southern bank of the river. Constance was the seat of … Continue reading
CONSTANCE, Bishopric. KONSTANZ. From the early 7th century there was a Bishop in Constance, a city of southern Germany, which stands at the outlet to the lake of that name (Bodensee in German). The diocese was originally in the province … Continue reading
BUCCHORN Imperial Free City in southwestern Germany, now the greater part of the town of FRIEDRICHSHAFEN, which stands on the northern shores of Lake Constance (Bodensee) and is the capital of Bodenseekreis in Baden-Württemberg. Bucchorn was the capital of a … Continue reading
BREGENZ Medieval County in the Holy Roman Empire, named from the town, now in western Austria, on the eastern shores of Lake Constance (Bodensee). The County was held by a branch of the Udalrichinger, and when that line died out, … Continue reading
ARGENGAU Medieval district to the north and northeast of the eastern end of Lake Constance (Bodensee), named after the River Argen. The great family of Welf were powerful in this region in the 10th -12th centuries.