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|1050 - 1300||
|1300 - 1550||
The treasury of the empire
|1550 - 1806||
|1806 - 1932||
Nuremberg, city in bavaria
|1932 - 1947||
|1947 - 2000||
|2000 - today||
|before 1050||Moving kings used to live in kings courts round norenberc|
|1050||Sigena document - First mentioning of Nuremberg. Soon after a settlement was founded|
|1062||The settlement was granted market rights the prerogative of coinage and the right to levy tolls by Henry II|
|1072||The cleric and hermit Sebaldus is mentioned from 1072 in documents.|
|ca. 1100||Building of the "Burggrafenburg" (Castle of the Castle Counts)|
|ca. 1139||Start of the building of the "Kaiserburg" (Emperor's Castle) through Konrad III and Friedrich I (two-storey castle chapel)|
|1219||Der "große Freiheitsbrief" from Friedrich II gave the people the privileges as citizens of a free imperial city. Urban self-administration was extended step by step. The city was allowed to administer theire taxes by the city government and got economical privileges that were to increase in 1332|
First mentioning of the City Council of Nuremberg.
Nuremberg participated in the "Rheinischen Städtebund"
|1278||Revindikation through Rudolf II.|
|im 13. Jh.||Building of the "Nassauer Haus"|
Forming of the patrician council declaration.
The last but one city wall was shut
|1339||The opening of the "Heilig Geist Spital" (Holy Ghost Spital). It was donated by Konrad Groß, that time the richest citicen of Nuremberg|