Treaty of Ulm (1326)
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Treaty of Ulm 1326

The Treaty of Ulm established the joint rule of Frederick the Fair and Louis IV, Holy Roman Emperor in the Holy Roman Empire. It was agreed on January 7, 1326.[1]

Under its terms, Frederick would administer the Holy Roman Empire as King of the Romans, and Louis would be crowned Holy Roman Emperor in Rome.[2]

References

  1. ^ de Coeckelberghe, C.D. (1845). Histoire De L'Empire D'Autriche Depuis Les Temps Les Plus Recules Jusqu'Au Regne De Ferdinand I. Empereur D'Autriche. Histoire De L'Empire D'Autriche Depuis Les Temps Les Plus Recules Jusqu'Au Regne De Ferdinand I. Empereur D'Autriche (in French). Charles Gerold. p. 204. Retrieved 2018.
  2. ^ Prutz, H.; Wright, J.H. (2018). The Age of the Renaissance. Charles River Editors. pp. 16-28. ISBN 978-1-5312-4075-2. Retrieved 2018.

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