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Synonyms for Teutonic

of or pertaining to the ancient Teutons or their languages


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II and his successor Wladyslaw I Tokietek (the Short) and the emergence of the Teutonic Order as a key player in the region.
In 1215 Pope Innocent III created a missionary bishopric to the Prussians and the Polish Prince Conrad called upon the Teutonic Order for help, granting them lands on the frontier of his territory in return.
The Teutonic Knights began as a hospital order during the Third Crusade but took on military duties when the next large group of Germans came east in 1198.
The Polish-Lithuanian victory marked the beginning of the Teutonic Knights' decline as a military power and the battle has been ranked ever since as one of the most important in all Polish history.
The joint army of Lithuania and Poland achieved a crushing victory against the army of the Teutonic Order at that battle.
The vehicle features an optional three-piece, full-length glass roof, a leather-infused interior and Teutonic exterior treatment.
The Teutonic Knights in the Holy Land 1190-1291" traces the history of the order as it was founded when the Crusaders had Jerusalem in the Middle ages and grew throughout the nearby region and into Islamic lands.
As our Teutonic friends head home, you can share in the fun one last time searching for changes in the crowds, differences in the decorations and alterations in the assortment of gifts.
THE French are taking on the Germans at their own game by producing a large family car with a Teutonic overtone.
Kingdoms' final campaign is the Teutonic one, boasting the expansion pack's most diverse selection of factions.
The two individuals are a Templar, Berenguer of Cardona, Master of Aragon and Catalonia, and a priest of the Teutonic Order, John Malkaw of Prussia.
And to lend the weekend a real Teutonic feel, people will also be able to sample German delicacies such as wurst, schnitzel, sauerkraut and bratkartoffel, while beer buffs can quaff northern German Pilsner and export from the foothills of the black forest.
Numbers dropped across Europe when Nazis tried to cross breed them to make powerful horses like those used by the Teutonic Knights in the 12th Century.
Germany: Come for the lager-induced Teutonic severity, stay for the wanton schnitzel-fed giggles.