John of Saxony (disambiguation)

John of Saxony (disambiguation)

John of Saxony is the name of:
* John of Saxony (astronomer) (fl. 1327–1355).
* John, Elector of Saxony (1468–1532).
* John of Saxony (1801–1873, King of Saxony, 1854–1873).

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