Reichsapfel

English translation: Imperial Orb

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German term or phrase:Reichsapfel
English translation:Imperial Orb
Entered by: edits

14:37 Feb 2, 2001
German to English translations [PRO]
German term or phrase: Reichsapfel
Imperial insignia of the German Nation of the Holy Roman Empire (crown, sceptre and Reichsapfel).
Parrot
Spain
Local time: 09:04
(Imperial) Orb
Explanation:
reichsapfel translates to Orb or Imperial Orb
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na(Imperial) Orb
edits
naImperial Zepter
lone (X)
nawww.khm.at/static/page 488
Albert Golub


  

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34 mins
www.khm.at/static/page 488


Explanation:
the best way to know what it is is to have a look at it
looks like a golden ball with a cross over it
created in 1612
hope it helps
i'm afraid you can't translate you can explain with the information you'll find
hope it helps

Albert Golub
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Native speaker of: French
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51 mins
Imperial Zepter


Explanation:
Aa zepter made in the shape of an apple in gold, rubies, pearls, etc. by Andreas Osenbruck in Prague in 1612 for Kaiser Matthias. It's now on display in Vienna.


    www.khm.at/khm/static/page 488.html
lone (X)
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Native speaker of: Danish
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Albert Golub
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57 mins
(Imperial) Orb


Explanation:
reichsapfel translates to Orb or Imperial Orb


    Reference: http://www.altfrankfurt.com/Spezial/Kaiserkroenung/Reichsins...
edits
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Native speaker of: Native in GermanGerman
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Lisanne

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