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   View Categories Home > Catalog > |Medieval & Modern Coins| > |Germany| > ME90132
German States, Naumburg on the Saale, Saxony, Henry IV (HRE), 11 November 1050 - 7 August 1106
|Germany|, |German| |States,| |Naumburg| |on| |the| |Saale,| |Saxony,| |Henry| |IV| |(HRE),| |11| |November| |1050| |-| |7| |August| |1106|, The first written record of Naumburg dates from 1012, when it was mentioned as the new castle of the Ekkehardinger, the Margrave of Meissen. It was founded at the crossing of two trade-routes. The successful foundation of a Propstei Church on the site of the later Naumburger Cathedral was mentioned in the Merseburg Bishops' Chronicles in 1021. In 1028 Pope John XIX gave his approval for the transfer of the bishopric from Zeitz to Naumburg. The foundation of the Cathedral school is dated to 1030. Naumburg has been known as a city since 1144.
ME90132. Silver randpfennige (rim pfennig), Dannenberg 1347 var., VF, Naumburg (Saale) mint, weight 1.045g, maximum diameter 12.9mm, die axis 315o, 1056 - 1106; obverse plain cross, annulet in each of two diagonally opposite quarters, pellets in the other two quarters, circle of dots around; reverse cross comprised of four wedges; SOLD










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