Otto I
biographical name 912-973 the Great Holy Roman emperor (936-973)

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  • Otto I — Otto hießen folgende Herrscher: Inhaltsverzeichnis 1 Otto 1.1 Otto I. 1.2 Otto II. 1.3 Otto III. 1.4 Otto IV. 1.5 Otto V …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Otto I. — Otto hießen folgende Herrscher: Inhaltsverzeichnis 1 Otto 1.1 Otto I. 1.2 Otto II. 1.3 Otto III. 1.4 Otto IV. 1.5 Otto V …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Otto I. — Otto I., der Große, röm. deutscher Kaiser (936 973), geb. 912, Sohn Heinrichs I., 936 zu Aachen gekrönt, unterdrückte 939 Empörungen der Herzöge von Franken und Lothringen und seines Bruders Heinrich, verlieh Franken seinem Schwiegersohn, Konrad… …   Kleines Konversations-Lexikon

  • Otto I — A.D. 912 973; king of Germany (936 973) & emperor of the Holy Roman Empire (962 973): called the Great …   English World dictionary

  • Otto I — ( the Great )A.D. 912 973, king of the Germans 936 973; emperor of the Holy Roman Empire 962 973. * * * known as Otto the Great born Nov. 23, 912 died May 7, 973, Memleben, Thuringia Duke of Saxony (936–61), German king (936–73), and emperor… …   Universalium

  • Otto I — (912–73)    Monarch.    Otto inherited the throne of Saxony from his father, Henry I, in 936. He was anxious to restore the alliance of Church and State that apparently existed in the time of Charlemagne and, to this end, he insisted on his right …   Who’s Who in Christianity

  • Otto I — /ˈɒtoʊ/ (say otoh) noun ( Otto the Great ), AD 912–73, German king AD 936–73, and emperor of the Holy Roman Empire AD 962–73. Also, Otho I …   Australian English dictionary

  • Otto I — noun King of the Germans and Holy Roman Emperor (912 973) • Syn: ↑Otho I, ↑Otto the Great • Instance Hypernyms: ↑King of the Germans, ↑Holy Roman Emperor …   Useful english dictionary

  • Otto I — n. anh big (“the Great”) a.d. 912–973, king of the Germans 936–973; emperor of the Holy Roman Empire 962–973 …   From formal English to slang

  • Otto I, Holy Roman Emperor — Otto I redirects here. For other uses, see Otto I (disambiguation). Otto I The Magdeburger Reiter: a tinted sandstone equestrian monument, c. 1240, traditionally intended as a portrait of Otto I (detail), Magdeburg …   Wikipedia

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