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Question 1: At the last meeting of the Imperial Diet (German: Reichsdeputationshauptschluss) in 1802-03, also called the ________, most of the free imperial cities and the ecclesiastic states lost their imperial immediacy and were absorbed by several dynastic states.
Kempten im AllgäuGerman MediatisationHoly Roman EmpireHeilbronn

Question 2: ________
List of states in the Holy Roman EmpireList of states in the Holy Roman Empire (B)List of Imperial abbeysList of states in the Holy Roman Empire (M)

Question 3: Imperial immediacy (German: Reichsfreiheit or Reichsunmittelbarkeit) was a privileged feudal and political status, which an imperial city, religious entity or feudal principality of minor lordship could attain within the ________.
Byzantine EmpireFranciaHoly Roman EmpireGerman Empire

Question 4: A reichsfrei city, abbey or territory was under the direct authority of the ________ and the Imperial Diet, without any intermediary liege lord(s).
Holy Roman EmperorHoly Roman EmpireCharles V, Holy Roman EmperorLouis IV, Holy Roman Emperor

Question 5: Even such contemporaries as Johann Wolfgang von Goethe and ________ called the empire a monstrosity.
Johann Gottlieb FichteArthur SchopenhauerGerman idealismGeorg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel







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