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Deutsch: Franz Kardinal von Dietrichstein, Bischof von Olmütz
Source Aus dem zweiten Band von: ´Annales Ferdinandei´ von Franz Christoph Khevenhiller, herausgegeben zwischen 1721 - 1726
Author Zeitgenössischer Stecher


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