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War of the Lions (Principia Moderni IV Map Game)

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War of the Lions
Principia Moderni IV
War of the Lions PMIV
Stained-glass pane stylizing the War of the Lions.
Date 1416/18 - 1419
Location North Germany, Low Countries, Baltic Sea, West Germany
Result Treaty of Prague
  • No real territorial changes in Bohemia
  • Burgundian rule of the Netherlands solidified
Belligerents
Small coat of arms of the Czech Republic Bohemia

PomeraniaCoA Pomerania(1416)
National Coat of arms of Denmark no crown Denmark(after 1416)
Counts of Holland Arms Holland(1418)
Wappen Erzbistum Köln Cologne
Brunswijk wapen Lüneburg

Armoiries électeur Brandebourg Brandenburg
  • Blason ville lu Luxembourg-ville Luxembourg

Arms of the Duke of Burgundy since 1430 Burgundy

National Coat of arms of Denmark no crown Denmark(1416)
Arms of Sweden Sweden
PomeraniaCoA Pomerania(since 1416)
331px-Arms of the Kingdom of France (Moderne).svg France(since 1418)

Commanders and leaders
Small coat of arms of the Czech Republic Wenceslaus V
Armoiries électeur Brandebourg Frederick

Arms of the Duke of Burgundy since 1430 John I

  • Arms of the Duke of Burgundy since 1430 John de Luxembourg

PomeraniaCoA Otto II
Arms of Sweden Kristjen I
331px-Arms of the Kingdom of France (Moderne).svg Louis X

And who are you, the proud lord said,

that I must bow so low?
Only a cat of a different coat,
that's all the truth I know.
In a coat of white, or a coat of red,
a lion still has claws.
And mine are long, and sharp, my lord,
as long and sharp as yours.
And so he spoke, and so he spoke,
that lord of Luxembourg.
But now the rains weep o'er his hall,
with no one there to hear.
Yes, now the rains, weep o'er his hall.
and not a soul to hear...

—The Rains of Luxembourg, Unknown German cleric, 1420 Anno Domini

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