English: Coat of arms (shield only) of Clemens Wenzeslaus August Hubertus Franz Xaver von Sachsen, bishop of Regensburg, Germany (1763 - 1768), bishop of Freising, Germany (1763 - 1768), archbishop of Trier, Germany (1768 - 1801), bishop of Augsburg, Germany (1768 - 1812). Arms used in Freising.
Trier, Germany - July Grayscale photo of a manhole cover featuring the coat of arms of the city of Trier situated on the banks of the Moselle river. Trier may be the oldest city in Germany - buy this stock photo on Shutterstock & find other images.
The coat of arms of the city Emmelshausen (and its collective municipally) , Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany. The cross and the lion represent the old towns of Basselscheid and Liesenfeld and their former allegiance to the Electorates of Trier and Palatinate, respectively. The lower part represents the main town with the three hats of mercury standing for the unification of said three settlements; and the quick rise in numbers and prosperity through industry and trade.
"The seven electors choose Henry, Count of Luxembourg, as King of the Romans at Frankfurt on the 27th day of November." The electoral princes are identified by the coat of arms above their heads, from left to right are the archbishops of Cologne, Mainz, and Trier, the count palatine of the Rhine (count of former Electorate of the Palatinate), the duke of Saxony, the margrave of Brandenburg, and the king of Bohemia. At this time Henry I, youngest son of John I, was the dominant Margrave.