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Quaternion Eagle, 1510

Quaternion Eagle, 1510
The Quaternion Eagle (Quaternionenadler), introduced around 1510 by Hans Burgkmair, is a depiction of the Imperial Estates (Reichsstände) of the Holy Roman Empire, mixing two pre-existing concepts, namely the Quaternion Eagle (Quaternionen der Reichsverfassung) and the Imperial Eagle (Reichsadler).
These depictions do not exhaustively represent the Imperial Estates ; in this regard, the composition of Imperial Diet (Reichstag) is more representative.
Ecclesiastical prince-electors | Secular prince-electors | Margraves | Dukes | Vicars |Landgraves | Burgraves | Counts | Lordships | Knights | Cities | Villages | Peasants | Castles



Ecclesiastical prince-electors | Secular prince-electors | Margraves | Dukes | Vicars | Landgraves | Burgraves | Counts | Lordships | Knights | Cities | Villages | Peasants | Castles



Ecclesiastical prince-electors | Secular prince-electors | Margraves | Dukes | Vicars | Landgraves | Burgraves | Counts | Lordships | Knights | Cities | Villages | Peasants | Castles



Ecclesiastical prince-electors | Secular prince-electors | Margraves | Dukes | Vicars | Landgraves | Burgraves | Counts | Lordships | Knights | Cities | Villages | Peasants | Castles



Ecclesiastical prince-electors | Secular prince-electors | Margraves | Dukes | Vicars | Landgraves | Burgraves | Counts | Lordships | Knights | Cities | Villages | Peasants | Castles



Ecclesiastical prince-electors | Secular prince-electors | Margraves | Dukes | Vicars | Landgraves | Burgraves | Counts | Lordships | Knights | Cities | Villages | Peasants | Castles



Ecclesiastical prince-electors | Secular prince-electors | Margraves | Dukes | Vicars | Landgraves | Burgraves | Counts | Lordships | Knights | Cities | Villages | Peasants | Castles



Ecclesiastical prince-electors | Secular prince-electors | Margraves | Dukes | Vicars |Landgraves | Burgraves | Counts | Lordships | Knights | Cities | Villages | Peasants | Castles



Ecclesiastical prince-electors | Secular prince-electors | Margraves | Dukes | Vicars | Landgraves | Burgraves | Counts | Lordships | Knights | Cities | Villages | Peasants | Castles



Ecclesiastical prince-electors | Secular prince-electors | Margraves | Dukes | Vicars | Landgraves | Burgraves | Counts | Lordships | Knights | Cities | Villages | Peasants | Castles



Ecclesiastical prince-electors | Secular prince-electors | Margraves | Dukes | Vicars | Landgraves | Burgraves | Counts | Lordships | Knights | Cities | Villages | Peasants | Castles



Ecclesiastical prince-electors | Secular prince-electors | Margraves | Dukes | Vicars | Landgraves | Burgraves | Counts | Lordships | Knights | Cities | Villages | Peasants | Castles



Ecclesiastical prince-electors | Secular prince-electors | Margraves | Dukes | Vicars | Landgraves | Burgraves | Counts | Lordships | Knights | Cities | Villages | Peasants | Castles



Ecclesiastical prince-electors | Secular prince-electors | Margraves | Dukes | Vicars | Landgraves | Burgraves | Counts | Lordships | Knights | Cities | Villages | Peasants | Castles



Ecclesiastical prince-electors | Secular prince-electors | Margraves | Dukes | Vicars | Landgraves | Burgraves | Counts | Lordships | Knights | Cities | Villages | Peasants | Castles