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Franconia (German: Franken) is a region that is not precisely defined, but which lies in the north of the Free State of Bavaria, parts of Baden-Württemberg and South Thuringia and Hesse in Germany. It is characterised by its own cultural and linguistic heritage. Its history began with the first recorded human settlement about 600,000 years ago. Thuringii, Alemanni and Franks, who gave the region its name, settled the area in the Early Middle Ages. From the mid-9th century, the Stem Duchy of Franconia emerged as one of the five stem duchies of the Empire of East Francia. On 2 July 1500, during the reign of Emperor Maximilian I, as part of the Imperial Reform, the empire was divided into Imperial Circles. The Franconian Circle, which was formed as a result of this restructuring, became decis

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  • Franken ist eine nicht genau abgegrenzte Region im Norden des Freistaates Bayern, Teilen Baden-Württembergs und Südthüringens sowie Hessens. Sie zeichnet sich durch kulturelle und sprachliche Eigenheiten aus. Ihre Geschichte beginnt mit der ersten menschlichen Besiedlung vor etwa 600.000 Jahren. Thüringer, Alamannen, Slawen, aber auch die namensgebenden Franken besiedelten das Gebiet im Frühmittelalter. Ab Mitte des 9. Jahrhunderts entstand das Stammesherzogtum Franken, eines der fünf Stammesherzogtümer des Ostfränkischen Reiches. Am 2. Juli 1500 wurde während der Regierungszeit Kaiser Maximilians I. das Reich im Zuge der Reichsreformbewegung in Reichskreise eingeteilt, was zur Entstehung des Fränkischen Reichskreises führte. Dieser war maßgebend für die Bildung einer fränkischen Identität. Charakteristisch für Franken war im Mittelalter und der frühen Neuzeit die „Kleinstaaterei“. Im 19. Jahrhundert wurden unter Napoleon große Teile Frankens dem Königreich Bayern eingegliedert. (de)
  • Franconia (German: Franken) is a region that is not precisely defined, but which lies in the north of the Free State of Bavaria, parts of Baden-Württemberg and South Thuringia and Hesse in Germany. It is characterised by its own cultural and linguistic heritage. Its history began with the first recorded human settlement about 600,000 years ago. Thuringii, Alemanni and Franks, who gave the region its name, settled the area in the Early Middle Ages. From the mid-9th century, the Stem Duchy of Franconia emerged as one of the five stem duchies of the Empire of East Francia. On 2 July 1500, during the reign of Emperor Maximilian I, as part of the Imperial Reform, the empire was divided into Imperial Circles. The Franconian Circle, which was formed as a result of this restructuring, became decisive in the creation of a Franconian national identity. A feature of Franconia in the Middle Ages and Early Modern Period was its Kleinstaaterei, an extreme fragmentation into little states and territories. In the 19th century under Napoleon, large parts of Franconia were incorporated into the newly created Kingdom of Bavaria. (en)
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  • Franken ist eine nicht genau abgegrenzte Region im Norden des Freistaates Bayern, Teilen Baden-Württembergs und Südthüringens sowie Hessens. Sie zeichnet sich durch kulturelle und sprachliche Eigenheiten aus. Ihre Geschichte beginnt mit der ersten menschlichen Besiedlung vor etwa 600.000 Jahren. Thüringer, Alamannen, Slawen, aber auch die namensgebenden Franken besiedelten das Gebiet im Frühmittelalter. Ab Mitte des 9. Jahrhunderts entstand das Stammesherzogtum Franken, eines der fünf Stammesherzogtümer des Ostfränkischen Reiches. Am 2. Juli 1500 wurde während der Regierungszeit Kaiser Maximilians I. das Reich im Zuge der Reichsreformbewegung in Reichskreise eingeteilt, was zur Entstehung des Fränkischen Reichskreises führte. Dieser war maßgebend für die Bildung einer fränkischen Identität (de)
  • Franconia (German: Franken) is a region that is not precisely defined, but which lies in the north of the Free State of Bavaria, parts of Baden-Württemberg and South Thuringia and Hesse in Germany. It is characterised by its own cultural and linguistic heritage. Its history began with the first recorded human settlement about 600,000 years ago. Thuringii, Alemanni and Franks, who gave the region its name, settled the area in the Early Middle Ages. From the mid-9th century, the Stem Duchy of Franconia emerged as one of the five stem duchies of the Empire of East Francia. On 2 July 1500, during the reign of Emperor Maximilian I, as part of the Imperial Reform, the empire was divided into Imperial Circles. The Franconian Circle, which was formed as a result of this restructuring, became decis (en)
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  • History of Franconia (en)
  • Geschichte Frankens (de)
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