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Chorin deed 1273
 

 

 

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Deutsch: Urkunde vom 8. September 1273 mit der Bestätigung zur Verlegung des Klosters Chorin (vorher Kloster Mariensee) vom Parsteiner See nach Chorin. Die Urkunde trägt die Siegel von drei Söhnen des Klosterstifters Johann I.. Die drei Siegel stammen von Johann II. (ca. 1237 -1281), Otto IV. (mit dem Pfeil) (ca. 1238 - 1308) und Konrad I. (1240-1304). Die Siegelbilder zeigen jeweils den gleichen stehenden gerüsteten Markgrafen, ihre Inschriften weisen sie den einzelnen Personen zu.
English: Deed with the confirmation to displace the Abbey Chorin (former: Abbey Mariensee) from the Parsteiner lake to Chorin, certificated in 8 September 1273 with the seals by three sons of margrave and abbey-founder John I (1213–1266) in the Margraviate of Brandenburg. The three seals come from co-ruler John I., (? -1281), margrave Otto IV. (mit dem Pfeil / with the arrow) (ca. 1238 - 1308) and co-ruler Konrad I. (1240-1304).
Français : Diplôme du 8 septembre 1273 confirmant le transfert de l'Abbaye de Chorin (auparavant Abbaye du Lac Sainte-Marie) (Kloster Mariensee) du lac de Parstein vers Chorin. L'acte porte le sceau de trois fils du margrave fondateur de l'abbaye Jean Ier de Brandebourg. Les trois sceaux sont ceux de Jean II de Brandebourg (vers 1237 -1281), Othon IV de Brandebourg (à la flèche) (ca. 1238 - 1308) et du co-régent Conrad Ier de Brandebourg(1240-1304). Les sceaux montrent à chaque fois le même margrave debout en armes, les inscriptions renvoient aux différentes personnes.
Date 8 September 1273(1273-09-08)
Source Harald Schwillus, Stefan Beier: Zisterzienser zwischen Ordensideal und Landesherren, Morus-Verlag, Berlin 1998, ISBN 3-87554-321-1, page 7. (Original in „Brandenburgisches Landeshauptarchiv“ (BLHA).
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