Frederick I. (16571713)

Frederick I., first king of Prussia, third elector of Brandenburg, and son of the Great Elector Frederick-William, whom as elector he succeeded in 1688; he extended his territory by purchase; supported William of Orange in his English expedition, and lent assistance to the Grand Alliance against France, for which he received the title of king of Prussia, being crowned such in Königsberg in 1701; he was “an expensive Herr, and much given to magnificent ceremonies, etiquettes, and solemnities” (16571713).

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

Frederick VI. * Frederick II.
Fraticelli
Fraunhofer, Joseph von
Fredegonda
Frederick I.
Frederick II.
Frederick III.
Frederick V.
Frederick III.
Frederick V.
Frederick VI.
Frederick I.
Frederick II.
Frederick Charles, Prince
Frederick-William I.
Frederick-William II.
Frederick-William III.
Frederick-William IV.
Frederikshald
Free Church of Scotland
Free Cities of Germany
Free Port