Diet

Diet, a convention of the princes, dignitaries, and delegates of the German empire, for legislative or administrative purposes, of which the most important in a historical point of view are diets held at Augsburg in 1518, at Worms in 1521, at Nüremberg in 1523, 1524, at Spires in 1526, 1529, at Augsburg in 1530, at Cologne in 1530, at Worms in 1536, at Frankfort in 1539, at Ratisbon in 1541, at Spires in 1544, at Augsburg in 1547, 1548, 1550, and at Ratisbon in 1622.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Dies Irae * Dietrich
Didot
Didymus
Diebitsch, Count
Dieffenbach, Johann Friedrich
Dieffenbach, Lorenz
Diego Suarez, Bay of
Diemen, Antony van
Diepenbeck, Abraham van
Dieppe
Dies Irae
Diet
Dietrich
Dietrich of Bern
Diez, Friedrich Christian
Diez, Juan Martin
Digby
Digby, Sir Everard
Digby, Sir Kenelm
Dihong
Dijon
Dikë

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Badoaro, Daniel
Balbi, John
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