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Systematic Thesaurus: Geography Time Topics Autoren/A-Z

Systematic Thesaurus

Topics
         History of persons  [+]   312574x
             Rulers (emperors, kings)  [+]   39679x
                 Kings of France  [+]   3148x
                     Karl <Westfränkisches Reich, König, II.> (840-877)  [+]   334x
                     Ludwig <II., Westfränkisches Reich, König> (877-879)  [+]   4x
                     Ludwig <III., Westfränkisches Reich, König> (+ 882)  [+]   1x
                     Karlmann <II., Westfränkisches Reich, König> (879-884)  [+]   11x
                     Odo <Westfränkisches Reich, König> (882-898)  [+]   20x
                     Rudolf <Westfränkisches Reich, König> (923-936)  [+]   9x
                     Karl <Frankreich, König, III.> (893-929)  [+]   30x
                     Ludwig <Frankreich, König, IV.> (936-954)  [+]   16x
                     Lothar <Westfränkisches Reich, König> (941-986)  [+]   7x
                     Ludwig <Frankreich, König, V.> (986-987)  [+]   7x
                     Hugo <Frankreich, König, I.> (987-996)  [+]   120x
                     Robert <Frankreich, König, II.> (996-1031)  [+]   32x
                     Henri I. (1031-1060)  [+]   5x
                     Philippe I. (1060-1108)  [+]   51x
                     Ludwig <Frankreich, König, VI.> (1108-1137)  [+]   65x
                     Ludwig <Frankreich, König, VII.> (1137-1180)  [+]   88x
                     Philipp <Frankreich, König, II.> (1180-1223)  [+]   262x
                     Ludwig <Frankreich, König, VIII.> (1223-1226)  [+]   31x
                     Ludwig <Frankreich, König, IX.> (1226-1270)  [+]   436x
                     Philipp <Frankreich, König, III.> (1270-1285)  [+]   70x
                     Philipp <Frankreich, König, IV.> (1285-1314)  [+]   431x
                     Ludwig <Frankreich, König, X.> (1314-1316)  [+]   27x
                     Philipp <Frankreich, König, V.> (1317-1322)  [+]   46x
                     Karl <Frankreich, König, IV.> (1322-1328)  [+]   8x
                     Philipp <Frankreich, König, VI.> (1328-1350)  [+]   101x
                     Johann <Frankreich, König, II.> (1350-1364)  [+]   84x
                     Karl <Frankreich, König, V.> (1364-1380)  [+]   129x
                     Charles VI. (der Wahnsinnige) (1380-1422)  [+]   66x
                     Karl <Frankreich, König, VII.> (1422-1461)  [+]   50x
                     Ludwig <Frankreich, König, XI.> (1461-1483)  [+]   394x
                            Synonym: PND=118574930 (Link to Data of German National Library)
                            Synonym: Louis <France, Roi, XI.>
                            Synonym: Ludwig <der Grausame>
                     Karl <Frankreich, König, VIII.> (1483-1498)  [+]   113x
                     Heinrich <Frankreich, König, II.> (1547-1559)  [+]   21x
                     Ludwig <Frankreich, König, XII.> (1498-1514)  [+]   59x
                     Ludwig <Frankreich, König, XIII.> (1610-1643)  [+]   18x

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