James III.

James III.

Jakob hießen folgende Herrscher:


Weltliche Herrscher mit dem Namen Jakob

Jakob I.

Jakob II.

Jakob III./...

Jakob III.

Jakob IV./V.


  • Jakob Dimitrijewitsch Malama, Vizekönig von Georgien (1904–1905)
  • Jakob Kettler, Herzog von Kurland (1639-1682)
  • Jakob von Savoyen (1450−1486), Graf von Romont und Herr der Baronie Waadt; Sohn des Herzogs Ludwig I. von Savoyen und der Anna von Lusignan

kirchliche Herrscher

  • Jakob von Oudshoorn, Fürstbischof von Utrecht (1322)
  • Jakob I., Bischof von Zagreb (1322 - 1326)
  • Jakob I. von Sierck, Erzbischof von Trier und Kurfürst (1439-1456)
  • Jakob II. von Baden, Erzbischof von Trier und Kurfürst (1503-1511)
  • Jakob III. von Eltz, Erzbischof von Trier und Kurfürst (1567-1581)


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