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the military governor of a frontier province in medieval Germany
a German nobleman ranking above a count (corresponding in rank to a British marquess)
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Around 1530 some of the Anabaptists living in the Margraviate
of Moravia began to observe the Sabbath on Saturday.
Prussia (German: Preu[beta]en; Latin: Borussia, Prutenia; Lithuanian: Prusija; Russian: Tlpyccux) was a German kingdom and historic state originating out of the Duchy of Prussia and the Margraviate
The name refers to its origin as part of the Margraviate
(Mark) of Brandenburg.
After securing pledges of support from its ally Ulm, in October 1544 Augsburg's council installed an evangelical preacher named Hans Hess in the vacant parish of Mindelaltheim, a hamlet in the Habsburg Margraviate
Upper and Lower Lusatia, a region between Berlin and Dresden and west of the Oder River, had more Slays than Germans, and the German Margraviate
was not as centralized as it was in Meissen-Saxony.