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41 The Habsburgs became powerful SB pages 88–89, AH page 43 Solutions to the tasks Rudolf IV had a number of documents forged, which were called "Privilegium Maius". It explained that Rudolf's land had many privileges from the time of the Romans. For example, the forgery granted the Habsburgs the right to bear the title of "Archduke" and a crown. The documents were only after Rudolf's death by Emperor Friedrich III. (a Habsburg) recognized. Rudolf IV founded the University of Vienna and had the Gothic St. Stephen's Cathedral expanded. With the “Privilegium Maius” Rudolf acquired the right to wear a crown. However, he himself had these documents forged. Tyrol was particularly rich due to the silver mining in Schwaz. In 1356, Emperor Charles IV had the rules for electing the German king written down. The seven electors, three spiritual and four secular, elected the king. The name of the document comes from the golden capsule in which the seal was enclosed. He was able to marry off his son Maximilian to Maria of Burgundy, one of the richest heiresses in Europe. With this he created the basis for the rise of the Habsburgs to one of the most important dynasties in Europe. Solutions to the exercises Elector: Seven electors elected the German king. There were three ecclesiastical and four secular electors. These are the Archbishops of Cologne, Mainz and Trier, the Count Palatine of the Rhine, the Duke of Saxony, the Margrave of Brandenburg and the King of Bohemia. Golden bull: Emperor Karl IV had the rules for the election of the German king written down in 1356. The seven electors, three ecclesiastical and four secular, elected the king. The name of the document comes from the golden capsule in which the seal was enclosed. Donor: by the name of Rudolf IV: Rudolf founded the University of Vienna and had St. Stephen's Cathedral expanded. Document: Document in which something is confirmed Maultasch: nickname of Countess Margarete von Tirol, after whose death in 1363 Tirol fell to the Habsburgs. Privilegium Maius: Rudolf IV had a number of documents forged, which were called the “Privilegium Maius”. It explained that Rudolf's land had many privileges from the time of the Romans. For example, the forgery granted the Habsburgs the right to use the title “Archduke” and to wear a crown. The documents were only after Rudolf's death by Emperor Friedrich III. accepted. Individual solutions (example) The Habsburgs were one of the most powerful ruling families in Europe and were instrumental in Austrian history. Rudolf IV acquired Tyrol, founded the University of Vienna and was the builder of St. Stephen's Cathedral. With forged documents, the Privilegium Maius, he tried to gain advantages. They were not recognized. Through a clever marriage policy, Emperor Friedrich III. Burgundy. This created the basis for the rise of the Habsburg family in Europe. SB 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. AH 1. 2. TB The Habsburgs became powerful Rudolf IV. Acquired Tyrol founded the University of Vienna tried to gain advantages through forgery (Privilegium maius) began with the construction of St. Stephen's Cathedral MT 3 The middle age For testing purposes only - property of the publisher öbv

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