Prince-Bishopric of Chur

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The Prince-Bishopric of Chur (Hochstift Chur, Fürstbistum Chur, Bistum Chur) was an ecclesiastical principality of the Holy Roman Empire, and had Imperial immediacy.wikipedia
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League of God's House

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They were the leader of the League of God's House.
The League of God's House (German: Gotteshausbund, Italian: Lega Caddea, undefined) was formed in what is now Switzerland on January 29, 1367 to resist the rising power of the Bishopric of Chur and the House of Habsburg.

Hochstift

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The Prince-Bishopric of Chur (Hochstift Chur, Fürstbistum Chur, Bistum Chur) was an ecclesiastical principality of the Holy Roman Empire, and had Imperial immediacy.

Holy Roman Empire

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The Prince-Bishopric of Chur (Hochstift Chur, Fürstbistum Chur, Bistum Chur) was an ecclesiastical principality of the Holy Roman Empire, and had Imperial immediacy.

Imperial immediacy

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The Prince-Bishopric of Chur (Hochstift Chur, Fürstbistum Chur, Bistum Chur) was an ecclesiastical principality of the Holy Roman Empire, and had Imperial immediacy.

Engadin

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The Prince-Bishopric of Chur controlled contiguous land from the city of Chur, to Engadin, and to Vinschgau.

Vinschgau

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The Prince-Bishopric of Chur controlled contiguous land from the city of Chur, to Engadin, and to Vinschgau.

Frederick I, Holy Roman Emperor

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In 1170, Emperor Frederick I raised the Bishopric of Chur to the title of Prince-Bishopric of Chur.

Austria

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In October 1621, Colonel Baldiron of Austria attacked the Prince-Bishopric of Chur, and the League of God's House as a whole, with 8,000 men.

Lower Engadine

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In the ensuing peace deal, Austria took the Lower Engadine from Chur, and retained the right to station troops in Chur, and use their roads.

Transalpine campaigns of the Old Swiss Confederacy

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During the time of the Transalpine campaigns of the Old Swiss Confederacy, the Prince-Bishopric of Chur took control of Valtellina, Bormio, and Chiavenna.

Valtellina

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During the time of the Transalpine campaigns of the Old Swiss Confederacy, the Prince-Bishopric of Chur took control of Valtellina, Bormio, and Chiavenna.

Bormio

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During the time of the Transalpine campaigns of the Old Swiss Confederacy, the Prince-Bishopric of Chur took control of Valtellina, Bormio, and Chiavenna.

Chiavenna

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During the time of the Transalpine campaigns of the Old Swiss Confederacy, the Prince-Bishopric of Chur took control of Valtellina, Bormio, and Chiavenna.

Pope

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As an ecclesiastical state, their leader was appointed by the Pope.

Elector of Mainz

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It is, however, known that at least once, in 1440, the Bishop-elect requested confirmation from the Archbishop of Mainz, rather than the current pope, Eugenius IV.

Pope Eugene IV

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It is, however, known that at least once, in 1440, the Bishop-elect requested confirmation from the Archbishop of Mainz, rather than the current pope, Eugenius IV.

Frederick III, Holy Roman Emperor

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On 12 January 1447, Pope Eugenius IV issued a papal bull to Emperor Frederick III, allowing him to nominate bishops for Chur, for the rest of his life.

Three Leagues

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On January 29, 1367, the League of God's House (Gotteshausbund, Lega Caddea, undefined), was founded to resist the rising power of the Bishopric of Chur and the House of Habsburg.