Sigismund (13621437)

Sigismund, emperor of Germany, son of the Emperor Charles IV., was markgrave of Brandenburg, king of Hungary, and palatine of the Rhine; struggled hard to suppress the Hussites; held the Council of Constance, and gave Huss (q.v.) a safe-conduct to his doom; he is the “Super Grammaticam” of Carlyle's “Frederick” (13621437).

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

Sieyès, Abbé * Sigismund
Siegfried
Siemens, Werner von
Siemens, Sir William
Sienna
Sierra
Sierra Leone
Sierra Madre
Sierra Morena
Sierra Nevada
Sieyès, Abbé
Sigismund
Sigismund
Signorelli, Luca
Sigourney, Mrs.
Sigurd
Sikhs
Sikkim
Silage
Silence, Worship of
Silenus
Silesia

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