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Austrian royal family who ruled most of central and part of western Europe for centuries.
disease of the Hapsburgs - factor VIII deficiency causing blood coagulation disorder. Synonym(s): classic hemophilia; hemophilia A
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"It is a Hapsburg emblem, not a Croat, Hungarian or Italian one," a local ethnic-Italian writer, Giacomo Scotti, explained to me.
The Hapsburg Empire is not a philosophical treatise, but it illustrates the influence of philosophy in the shaping and reshaping of the culture in what was once known as the Holy Roman Empire.
Also noteworthy is the author's choice to limit his discussion to composers living in Vienna; thus the significant number of cantatas written by other composers (generally resident in Italy) that were dedicated to the emperors, or those musicians who were employed in the court of the empress or of the other Hapsburg princes, are not considered.
Later, the Turks destroyed Visegrad and in 1702 the Hapsburgs blew up the citadel to prevent Hungarian freedom fighters from using it.
The end of World War I demolished the Hapsburg Empire, and Italy was given the northern Italian-speaking provinces.
In a book about the inheritors of the Hapsburg Empire, she spares no time for the hapless people of the Balkans, be they Romanians, Croats or Serbs.
Such an overwhelming victory was followed by the capture of the Hapsburg capital, but Archduke Charles and his army had escaped and the war went on.
In her The Austrian Court from Within (1916) she gives a head count of the Hapsburgs: thirty-one archdukes and fifty archduchesses.
It was inherited by Dominic van Hapsburg, a New York architect who will be at the ceremony on Friday, said officials.
During the War of the Mantuan Succession (1628-31) Scaglia's influence declined after Buckingham's death and as his dukes came closer to France while he remained a firm supporter of Hapsburg alliances.
Stephen's Cathedral to the magnificent Imperial Palace, the main residence for the Hapsburgs for centuries.
Guests dressed as members of the aristocratic European royal dynasties such as the Hapsburgs and Romanovs.