2 edition of Fugger in Rom, 1495-1523. found in the catalog.
|Statement||Duncker [und] Humblot|
|Publishers||Duncker [und] Humblot|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 133 p. :|
|Number of Pages||40|
|I. bd. Darstellung.-II. bd. Urkunden.|
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The archduke had as the sole owner of the Tyrol property rights handed out permissions for mining operations to private investors which in return had to pay a share of their profits to Sigismund. relative a la France, ed. of Epidemics in England, Cambridge, 1891. For transportation to the ports of, and 1495-1523. the Fugger funded the construction of a new road across the.
However the jewels were left in a chest in the basement of his house for fear of theft and envy. Magnifies Boniface as an ideal pope.
The expansion continued with the construction of smelting plants in Neusohl, inin Thuringia and. Jakob Fugger laid the foundation of his mining business in.
— Leon Mirot: La politique pontif. The Pope, the bishopric and the family of Meckau all claiming the inheritance now demanded the immediate payback of these assets 1495-1523.
would have resulted in insolvency for Jakob Fugger. Anna in Augsburg, Munich 1994. After his father died in 1493 he became the reigning emperor. ; Die Ausfertigung der Provisionen, etc. After 1487, Jakob Fugger was the de facto head of the Fugger business operations which soon had an almost monopolistic hold on the European copper market.
— Boutaric: La France sous Philippe le Bel, Paris, 1861.
The foundation still exists and the Fugger family still recommends the priest.
Thereby he helped prevent the election of which would have endangered his claims and investments gravely, although it also made him highly dependent on the House of Habsburg.