Perhaps the explanation for the individualistic nature of her patronage, and for the autonomous manner in which she is said to have contracted her marriage to Welf
IV, is her independent possession of a significant amount of portable wealth.
Clayton VIc v Hipperholme and Lightcliffe (South Leeds Con), Brockholes BC v Cononley (Bramley Lib), Allan Park v Linthwaite Hall B (Meanwood), Mirfield OB A v Swillington Welf
(Bilton Dragon), West Yorkshire Spts v Pudsey BC (Jackson Bridge), Netherton Con A v Sowerby Bridge Hillcrest (Hightown Lib), Lower Hopton B v Sowerby Bridge WE (Linthwaite CBC), Longwood BC C v Kingston (Mirfield OB), Meltham BC v Eccleshill (Hove Edge WMC), Outlane v Denby Dale (Cowcliffe Lib).
One of the members of the Welf
house was moreover one of Philip's greatest enemies, Henry the Lion.
Texts examined here are German foundation chronicles (Stifterchroniken), and genealogical histories which derive from various parts of western Europe, as dynastic princely history emerges in the vernacular by the second hall of the twelfth century in the Anglo-Norman area, with Wace's Roman de Rou, but not until the thirteenth century in Germany, with treatments of the Liudolfing, Welf
and Babenberg families in monastic chronicles and territorial and dynastic histories.
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are reform legislation were projected to reduce benefits from 80 cents per person per meal to 66 cents per person per meal (NASW, 1996), it is not surprising that some of our respondents thought the application process was too much of a hassle relative to the benefits they might receive.
, a senior who will re-ceive a degree in pulp and paper and chemical engineering this May.
Baldwin's study, by contrast, offers a dense but persuasive analysis of Renart's direction of his romances towards those sympathetic to the Welf
candidate for the German imperial throne, Emperor Otto IV of Brunswick, in the crisis of 1197-1217.
Their most significant application attends the thirteenth century deposition by Innocent III of the Welf
prince, Otto of Brunswick, who had become the Holy Roman Emperor Otto IV.
He gained the patronage of the Hohenstaufen king Philip of Swabia by writing in support of the Hohenstaufen cause against the Welf
faction during the struggle that followed the death of the emperor Henry VI in 1197.
Under the next lords, who became protestant as well, the relationship between Brunswick and the Welf
duke improved and there was a new peaceful economic trend during the so-called "golden regime" (1560s-1580s).
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