File:060930 - Siegel crop.jpg

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Deutsch: Das Siegel von Karl VI., Kaiser des Heiligen Römischen Reichs von 1711 bis 1740. Das Siegel zeigt den gekrönten doppelköpfigen Reichsadler. Er hält in seinen Krallen das Zepter, das Reichsschwert und den Reichsapfel.
English: The seal of Charles VI, emperor of the Holy Roman Empire from 1711 to 1740. The seal shows the crowned double-headed Reichsadler, holding the sceptre, the Imperial Sword and the Globus cruciger.
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CAROL·VI.·D.G·ROM:IMP:S·A·GER:HISP:HUNG:BOH:[UTR:SIC]:HYER:ET INDIARŪ:RX·ARC:D·AUS·D:BURG:BRAB:MEDIOL·PR:SUEV:CATAL·MAR·S·R·I·COM:HABS·FL:TYR:

Latina: Carolus VI. Dei Gratia Romanorum Imperator semper Augustus Germaniae Hispaniae Hungariae Bohemiae utriusque Siciliae Hyerusalem et Indiarum Rex, Archidux Austriae, Dux Burgundiae Brabantiae Mediolani Princeps Sueviae Catalaniae Marchio Sacri Romani Imperii Comes Habsburgi Flandriae Tyrolis
Deutsch: Karl VI. von Gottes Gnaden ewig erhabener Römischer Kaiser, Deutscher König, König von Spanien, Ungarn, Böhmen, beide Sizilien, Jerusalem, und über Westindien, Erzherzog Österreichs, Herzog von Burgund, Brabant, Mailand, Fürst zu Schwaben, Katalonien, Markgraf des Heiligen Römischen Reiches, Graf zu Habsburg, Flandern, Tirol.
English: Charles VI, by the grace of God always sublime Roman Emperor, King of Germany, Spain, Hungary, Bohemia, both Sicilies, Jerusalem and West India, Archduke of Austria, Duke of Burgundy, Brabant, Milan, Prince of Swabia and Catalonia, Margrave of the Holy Roman Empire, Count of Habsburg, Flandern and Tyrole.

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  • 2007-02-18 10:59 Abracadabra 2361×2214×8 (3135667 bytes) {{Information |Beschreibung=Siegel Karl VI. (Carolus Sextus) |Quelle=selbst fotografiert |Urheber=Saippuakauppias |Datum=2006-09-30 |Genehmigung= |Andere Versionen= |Anmerkungen= }}

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