Frederick Barbarossa's death in the floods of Saleph, 1190 - Illustration

Europe, Frederick - Maryland, Germany, Circa 12th Century, Dead

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Upload date:June 04, 2014

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Frederick Barbarossa's death in the floods of Saleph (river in modern Turkey) during the Third Crusade. Frederick I, called Barbarossa (c. 1122-1190), from the House of Hohenstaufen, was from 1147 to 1152 when Frederick III. Duke of Swabia, from 1152 to 1190 Roman-German king from 1155 to 1190 and Emperor of the Holy Roman Empire. Woodcut engraving after a drawing by Julius Schnorr von Carolsfeld (German painter, 1794 - 1872), published in 1881.
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