from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- Leopold I 1640-1705. King of Hungary (1655-1705) and Bohemia (1656-1705) and Holy Roman emperor (1658-1705). He fought with the Turks and the French for most of his reign and consolidated his authority in the empire.
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On 28 April, 1677, he was appointed imperial court preacher by Leopold I, and while holding this office experienced the terrors of the year of the plague, 1679.
One of this family, Leopold I, the Illustrious, had already founded at
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