Matthias

Matthias is a name derived from the Greek Ματθιας, in origin similar to Matthew. See also: {lookfrom|Matthias} ==People== Notable people named Matthias include the following: In religion: In the arts: In nobility: In music: Other: == Cognates == The following forenames are related to the English forename Matthias: ...
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Matthias

(1557-1619) Austrian ruler. He was king of Bohemia from 1609, and Holy Roman Emperor from 1612. A weak and childless Emperor, Matthias was unable to prevent his cousin...
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Matthias

[brother of Josephus] Matthias (Ματθίας, flourished 1st century) was an ethnic Jew living in Jerusalem. Matthias came from a wealthy, aristocratic family and through his father he descended from the priestly order of the Jehoiarib, which was the first of the twenty four-orders of Priests in the Temple in Jerusalem. He was the first-b...
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Matthias

Holy Roman emperor from 1612, who, in a reversal of the policy of his father, Maximilian II, sponsored a Catholic revival in the Habsburg domains ... [9 related articles]
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Matthias

Matthias is a Greek name for boys. The meaning is `gift from God` The name Matthias is most commonly given to Flemish boys. (17 times more often than to American boys.) If it's too long you might use: M?, Matt, Mat Use for the other sex: Mae What do they use in other countries? Mattie (English) Matty (English) Matti (Finnish) Matthew (English, NAME...
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Matthias

Matthias, 1557–1619, Holy Roman emperor (1612–19), king of Bohemia (1611–17) and of Hungary (1608–18), son of Holy Roman Emperor Maximilian II. He was appointed governor of Austria (1593) by his brother, Holy Roman Emperor Rudolf II. He formed a close association there with t...
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