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Schulenburg, Matthias Johann, Graf von der, 1661-1747

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    • Von der Schulenburg, Matthias Johann, Graf, 1661-1747
    • Schulenburg, Johann Matthias, Graf von der, 1661-1747
    • Schullembourg, maréchal de, 1661-1747
    • Schulemburg, Matthias Johann, Graf von der, 1661-1747
    • Schulenbourg, Mathias Jean de, 1661-1747
    • Schoulemburgh, Mattias Gioco di, 1661-1747
    • Schulemburg, Mattia Giovanni di, 1661-1747
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    • found: Binion, A. La Galleria scomparsa del maresciallo von der Schulenburg, c1990:t.p. (Maresciallo von der Schulenburg) p. 5, etc. (Johann Matthias von der Schulenburg (1661-1747))
    • found: Voltaire. Oreste, 1750:page 205 ("Lettre a M. le maréchal de Schullembourg, général des Vénitiens," dated 15 September 1740)
    • found: Allg. deutsche biogr, 1971:v. 3, p. 667 (Schulenburg, Matthias Johann Graf v.d.; b. 8-8-1661 in Emden; d. 3-14-1747; general officer, diplomat, art collector)
    • found: NDB/ADB, Deutsche Biographie, Oct. 20, 2014(Schulenburg, Matthias Graf von der; variant name: Schulenburg, Johann Matthias Graf von der; 1661-1747; Saxon general field marshal, field marshal of the Republic of Venice)
    • found: Brockhaus Enzykl., 1973:v. 17, p. 58 (Schulenburg, Matthias Johann von der, Reichsgraf, 1661-1747)
    • found: Electronic Enlightenment, Oct. 20, 2014(Johann Matthias von Schulenburg, Graf von Schulenburg; born 8 August 1661, Emden; died 14 March 1747, Verona; German; aristocrat, general, patron; brother of Ehrengard Melusine Baroness von der Schulenburg (Ermengarde Melusina Baronin von der Schulenburg), duchess of Kendal and duchess of Munster, a long-time mistress to George I, king of Great Britain; served as a general in the service of various countries: Hungary, Savoy, Saxony and Venice; his defence of Corfù, besieged by the Ottoman Turks in 1716, earned him a decoration, a pension and a Vivaldi opera, Juditha triumphans (1716); after retirement from army service he created a great art collection for his Venetian residence, the Palazzo Loredan; patron of Guardi, Canaletto, Simonini and Piazzetta)
    • found: Enciclopedia italiana, 1936, via, Oct. 20, 2014(Schulenburg, Johann Mathias; general; born Emden, 8 August 1661, died Verona, 14 March 1747; served the Dukes of Savoy, then August II, king of Saxony; fought against Charles XII in the Northern War; fought under Marlborough and Prince Eugene in France, 1708, and took part in battles of Audenaarde and Malplaquet; left Saxon service 1711 and in 1715 entered service with the Venetian Republic, where he distinguished himself in the defense of Corfù, 1716; created count of the Empire in 1715)
    • found: Deutsche Nationalbibliothek, Oct. 20, 2014(Schulenburg, Matthias Johann von der; variants: Schulenburg, Johann Mathias von der; Schulemburg, Mattia G. di; Schulenburg, Joh. Mathias von der; Schulemburg, Matthias Johann von der; Schulenbourg, Mathias Jean de; Schoulemburgh, Mattias Gioco di; Schulembourgh, Mattias Gioco di; Schulemburg, Mattia Giovanni di)
    • found: VIAF, Oct. 20, 2014(Schulenburg, Matthias Johann von der 1661-1747: National Library of the Czech Republic, German National Library; Schulenburg, Johann Matthias von der, 1661-1747: Sudoc, France; Schulenburg, Johann Matthias, Graf von der (German military commander, 1661-1747:) ULAN; Schulenburg, Matthias Johann, Graf von der, 1661-1747: LC/NACO)
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