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Sigismund of Luxemburg, 1368-1437, Holy Roman Emperor and Antipope John XXIII or Baldassarre Cossa, c. 1370 – 1419


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Sigismund of Luxemburg, 1368-1437, Holy Roman Emperor and Antipope John XXIII or Baldassarre Cossa, c. 1370 – 1419

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