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Frederick Barbarossa
/ (ˌbɑːbəˈrɒsə) /

noun

official title Frederick I . ?1123–90, Holy Roman Emperor (1155–90), king of Germany (1152–90). His attempt to assert imperial rights in Italy ended in his defeat at Legnano (1176) and the independence of the Lombard cities (1183)
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