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Jülich (Duchy)

LC control no.n 87882660
Geographic headingJülich (Duchy)
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Geographic subdivision usageJülich (Duchy)
Variant(s)Herzogtum Jülich
Hertogdom Gulik
Gulik (Duchy)
Duché de Juliers
Juliers (Duchy)
See alsoJülich-Berg
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Found inEvangelisch-Reformierte Kirche in Jülich, Cleve, Berg, und Mark. Jülicher Provinzialsynode. Protokolle der reformierten Synoden des Herzogtums Jülich 1677 bis 1700, 1986: t.p. (Herzogtums Jülich)
Brockh. Enzyk. (Herzogtum Jülich; became a duchy in 1360, came under Prussia in 1815)
Low-Rhenish Ancestors of Theunis Koenders/Kunders/Conradts/Heckers Web site, Mat. 7, 2003 (Between 1305 and 1798, Gladbach lay under the jurisdiction of the earldom of Jülich, which was raised to a Margravedom in 1336 and became a duchy 1356; in 1429, the land was joined with the duchy of Berg, after which the united dukedom was known as Jülich-Berg; the capital was at Dusseldorf; in 1511, the Dukedom of Cleve was joined with Jülich-Berg, the resulting duchy being called Jülich-Cleve-Berg; during the Clevish War of Succession, the duchy fell to the Wittlesbacher who ruled there until 1798)
Wikipedia, Aug. 29, 2012 (Duchy of Jülich; Herzogtum Jülich; Hertogdom Gulik; Duché de Juliers; comprised a state within the Holy Roman Empire from the 11th to the 18th centuries; its territory lies in present-day Germany (part of North Rhine-Westphalia) and in the present-day Netherlands (part of the Limburg province))
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