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01. Prinz Karel I. (1608 - 1627)

01. Prinz Karel I. (1608 - 1627)

KARL I.
1. Reichsfürst (Wien 23.6.1620) von LIECHTENSTEIN
Fürst und Herzog (1614) von TROPPAU Fürst und Herzog (1623) von JÄGERNDORF

čili říšský kníže von Liechtenstein, kníže a vévoda Opavský, kníže a vévoda Krnovský, český a uherský knížecí stav mu byl udělen 20.12.1608

1591 pánem na Valticích a na Herrenbaugarten / N.Ö.

1591 na Lednici, Prostějově, Úsově a Černé Hoře na Moravě

1599 na Hustopečích, Plumlově

1622 na Moravské Třebové, Uničově, Zábřehu, Rudě nad Moravou, Šumperku, Kolštejně (Staré Město), Kostelci nad Černými Lesy etc.

1599 nejvyšší zemský správce na Moravě,

1600-1604 a 1606-1607 císařský tajný rada a nejvyšší hofmistr,

1604-1607 Moravský zemský hejtman,

od 1622 místodržící v Českém království,

1599 přestupil od luterství ke katolicismu, rytíř Řádu zlatého rouna

* 30.7.1569

+ 12.2.1627

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Karl is the first ancestor and originator of the Liechtenstein House. He was raised in Evangelic belief and enjoyed the best possible education in the School of the Bohemian Brothers. In 1599 he converted to Catholicism.

Emperor Rudolf II appointed Karl of Liechtenstein as Chief Intendant at his court. He held this high court office, in connection with the presidency of the Privy Council, with interruptions until 1607. In the Habsburg brother dispute he aligned with the party of the archduke Matthias, who ennobled him as hereditary prince in 1608. In 1614 he joined the regency of the Silesian dukedom Troppau, which had been conferred to him.

After the battle from Weißen Berg, Karl of Liechtenstein was appointed as ordinary proconsul and vice-regent of Bohemia in 1622 and as first member of the House he was bestowed with the order of the Golden Fleece.

There also followed the investiture with the Silesian dukedom Jägerndorf and the Liechtenstein real estate was substantially increased by the acquisition of confiscated "rebel properties". That same year he commissioned the Liechtenstein dukedom as well.

After Karl's death (1627), the provisions stipulated with the occasion of the hereditary accord with the brothers Maximilian and Gundaker regarding the family estate and the succession came into effect.

source: http://www.fuerstenhaus.li/en/fuerstenhaus/fuersten/fuerst_karl_1.html


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