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Another peculiarity of Germany was its basic feudal law, of Germanic origin, which prescribed equal division of lands among male siblings.  This well-known feature (although restricted in 1356 in the case of electorates) led to fragmentation of estates and principalities over time.  Dynasties striving to maintain size and coherence fought over time against the strength of this general norm, and against the competing demands of younger siblings, looking for ways to curb this fragmentation.  One direct approach was to introduce primogeniture, the rule that everything went to the eldest born; but few (aside from Brandenburg in the late 15th c.) were successful, at least early enough.  Another approach was to limit the ability of younger sons to marry, or to curtail the claims of their offspring.


Single frauen rotenburg wümme


Single frauen rotenburg wümme