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Des Kaisers Hof

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The medieval "Cröver Reich" goes back to a property of the Carolingians. On an earlier Roman estate the Oberhof was built, which was later called the Emperor's Court, when the Carolingian property became imperial allodium. On the Bering, which blocks the Kröver valley to the east, lay Dingstätte and the court house of the knight's jury and on the Moselle the ship mills. The "Cröver Reich" was pledged to the counts of Sponheim in the Middle Ages and given as a man fief in 1399. The Sponheim courtiers held their office hereditarily. Their descendants still live on the farm today. Translated with www.DeepL.com/Translator (free version)

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