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This means that, not only is reliable family reconstruction virtually impossible, but also the way in which titles and territories were transmitted between generations is unclear.

It is reasonable to suppose that, just as in later centuries, the nobility was a close-knit community and that their successors in the 11th century onwards were descendants of their 9th and 10th century counterparts.

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The best examples are the extensive families of the counts (later princes) of Anhalt, dukes of Brunswick, counts of Holstein and counts of Oldenburg, all of whom started from modest beginnings.

Details of each of these families are set out in their own respective documents.

Walterus de Arnestein donated advocatiam x mansorum in villa Salbecke to Magdeburg St.

Maria, for the souls of conjugis me Gertrudis filiique mei Wichmanni [monk at Magdeburg St.

Any geographical division of the duchy of Saxony is arbitrary and to some extent anachronistic.

From the late 12th century, the duchy was divided, west to east, into three territories: Westfalia, Engern and Ostfalia.

The wife of "Sigefrido filio Heinrici comitis de Stathen" is named "Athela" in the Annalista Saxo, which also names their son and two daughters.

She is named "Adhelam filiam Geronis comitis de Alesleve" in a later passage.

Several distinct phases in this evolution can be identified as follows: This brief analysis reveals a continuous process of enfeoffment and reconsolidation by the dukes of Saxony during the 11th and 12th centuries.

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