Jean-Ernest de Saxe-Eisenach, né à Gotha le 9 juillet 1566, décédé le 23 octobre 1638 à Eisenach.En 1566, les cinq États saxons furent partagés en deux administrations Weimar et Cobourg, en 1567 sous la seule administration de Jean-Guillaume de Saxe-Weimar, celui-ci prit le territoire de Weimar, Cobourg et Eisenach échurent à ses deux neveux Jean-Casimir de Saxe-Weimar-Cobourg et Jean-Ernest de Saxe-Eisenach.Jean-Ernest de Saxe-Eisenach fut le fondateur de la lignée des Saxe-Eisenach éteinte en 1638.

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  • Jean-Ernest de Saxe-Eisenach, né à Gotha le 9 juillet 1566, décédé le 23 octobre 1638 à Eisenach.En 1566, les cinq États saxons furent partagés en deux administrations Weimar et Cobourg, en 1567 sous la seule administration de Jean-Guillaume de Saxe-Weimar, celui-ci prit le territoire de Weimar, Cobourg et Eisenach échurent à ses deux neveux Jean-Casimir de Saxe-Weimar-Cobourg et Jean-Ernest de Saxe-Eisenach.Jean-Ernest de Saxe-Eisenach fut le fondateur de la lignée des Saxe-Eisenach éteinte en 1638. Il appartint donc à la lignée des Saxe-Eisenach issue de la branche Ernestine, elle-même issue de la première branche de la Maison de Wettin.Fils de Jean-Frédéric II de Saxe et d'Élisabeth von Simmern.Jean-Ernest de Saxe-Eisenach épousa en 1591 Élisabeth von Mansfeld (1565-1596), veuf il épousa en 1598 Christine de Hesse-CasselUn enfant est né de cette union (mort très jeune)
  • Johann Ernst dari Sachsen-Eisenach (lahir di Gotha, 9 Juli 1566 – meninggal di Eisenach, 23 Oktober 1638 pada umur 72 tahun), adalah Adipati Sachsen-Eisenach dan kemudian menjadi Adipati Sachsen-Coburg.
  • Giovanni Ernesto di Sassonia-Eisenach (Gotha, 9 luglio 1566 – Eisenach, 23 ottobre 1638) fu Duca di Sassonia-Eisenach e successivamente anche di Sassonia-Coburgo.Egli fu il quarto (ma il secondo sopravvissuto) dei figli di Giovanni Federico II di Sassonia e di Elisabetta di Wittelsbach-Simmern.Suo nonno, Giovanni Federico I di Sassonia, aveva ottenuto il titolo di elettore, che però aveva perso dopo la Battagliadi Mühlberg, alla decapitazione del suo parente Maurizio, della linea albertina. Suo padre aveva tentato invano di riappropriarsi del titolo. per queste ragioni egli accolse benevolmente il cavaliere bandito dall'impero, Wilhelm von Grumbach, che aveva subito sulla propria pelle l'opposizione dell'imperatore.Dopo solo un anno dalla sua nascita, Giovanni Ernesto, venne tenuto prigioniero a Gotha dalle truppe dell'elettore Augusto di Sassonia, che espugnarono presto il castello. Suo padre venne condannato al carcere a vita. Sua madre, e la sorella maggiore di Giovanni Ernesto dovettero fuggire da Gotha. Esse trovarono dapprima protezione presso lo zio Giovanni Guglielmo di Sassonia-Weimar, ottenendo il governo delle terre dall'imperatore e tutelando allo stesso tempo i nipoti. Dopo un breve periodo di residenza a Weimar, Giovanni Ernesto, come del resto sua madre ed i suoi fratelli, visse a Eisenach ed a Eisenberg.Successivamente suo zio perse il favore imperiale. Nel corso della Dieta di Spira (1570), l'Imperatore decise di restaurare sul trono i tre figli di Giovanni Federico II.Nel 1572 suo fratello maggiore, Federico Enrico, morì di febbre tifoidea. Nello stesso anno, grazie alla Divisione di Erfurt, venne attuata la decisione della Dieta di Spira: le terre del padre vennero nuovamente separate dal Ducato di Sassonia-Weimar, a creare il nuovo Ducato di Sassonia-Coburgo-Eisenach. Giovanni Ernesto e suo fratello maggiore Giovanni Casimiro, divennero i reggenti dei nuovi ducati; a causa della loro minore età, ad ogni modo, furono posti sotto la tutela di tre principi elettori: Federico III di Baviera (loro nonno materno), Giovanni Giorgio di Brandeburgo e Augusto di Sassonia; essi ottennero inoltre la reggenza del Sassonia-Coburgo-Eisenach.Al trasferimento della madre in Austria, intenzionata a seguire il marito nella prigionia, i due giovani principi spostarono la loro residenza a Coburgo, la futura capitale del principato. Con appena sei anni d'età, Giovanni Ernesto venne separato dalla famiglia ed affidato all'istruzione di precettori a lui completamente estranei. Sin dal 1578 egli frequentò l'Università di Lipsia assieme al fratello. Nel 1586, dopo il matrimonio di suo fratello con Anna di Sassonia, figlia dell'elettore Augusto, egli divenne col fratello il reggente autonomo di Sassonia-Coburgo-Eisenach. Giovanni Casimiro e Giovanni Ernesto governarono assieme il principato nei successivi dieci anni, lasciando comunque la maggior responsabilità di governo al fratello maggiore. Per dividere la sua residenza da quella del fratello, Giovanni Ernesto si stabilì a Marksuhl nel 1587. Dopo anni di compromessi, Giovanni Casimiro acconsentì ad una divisione dei territori col fratello. Il Ducato di Sassonia-Eisenach divenne un principato separato dal Sassonia-Coburgo, che rimase a Giovanni Casimiro. Durante il primo anno di regno, Giovanni Ernesto continuò a risiedere a Marksuhl dal momento che Eisenach, la sua nuova residenza, non era ancora pronta.Nel 1598 Giovanni Ernesto creò un proprioLandesregierung (Governo di stato federale) e un proprio Konsistorium. Nel 1633 suo fratello morì senza eredi. Per questo, Giovanni Ernesto ereditò anche il Sassonia-Coburgo, e governò su entrambi i ducati sino alla sua morte in unione personale, ma mantenendo la propria residenza a Eisenach.A Wiener Neustadt il 23 novembre 1591 Giovanni Ernesto sposò Elisabetta di Mansfeld-Hinterort, che morì quattro giorni dopo aver dato alla luce l'erede, Giovanni Federico.A Rotenburg, il 14 maggio 1598 Giovanni Ernesto si sposò in seconde nozze con Cristina di Assia-Kassel. Il matrimonio fu felice ma senza eredi.Con la morte di Giovanni Ernesto si conclude la linea dei Sassonia-Coburgo-Eisenach. Il suo principato venne diviso in Sassonia-Weimar e Sassonia-Altenburg.
  • Johan Ernst III van Saksen-Coburg (Gotha, 1566-Eisenach, 1638) was een zoon van hertog Johan Frederik II van Saksen en Elisabeth van de Palts. In 1567 verloor zijn vader het bestuur over Saksen en werd gevangengenomen. In 1570 werden de zonen van Johan Frederik II van Saksen in de rechten van hun vader hersteld door de Rijksdag van Speyer. Bij het verdelingsverdrag van Erfurt van 1572 verkregen Johan Ernst en zijn broer Johan Casimir het voor hen gecreëerde hertogdom Saksen-Coburg-Eisenach. In 1596 tenslotte werd Johan Casimir vorst van Coburg en Johan Ernst vorst van Eisenach. Na het overlijden van zijn kinderloze broer Johan Casimir in 1633 werd Johan Ernst ook hertog van Saksen-Coburg in personele unie.Johan Ernst was gehuwd met: Elisabeth Mansfeld-Hinterort (-1596), dochter van graaf Friedrich Christoph van Mansfeld-Hinterort, Christina van Kassel (1578-1658), dochter van landgraaf Willem IV van Hessen-Kassel,maar zijn enige kind Johan Frederik stierf als zuigeling in 1596.Het gebied werd na de dood van Johan Ernst vervolgens opgedeeld tussen Saksen-Weimar en Saksen-Altenburg.
  • Johann Ernst (* 9. Juli 1566 auf Burg Grimmenstein in Gotha; † 23. Oktober 1638 in Eisenach) war Herzog von Sachsen-Eisenach und von 1572 (nominell, zunächst unter Vormundschaft), ab 1586 mit eigenständiger Regentschaft (zusammen mit seinem Bruder Johann Casimir) auch Herzog von Sachsen-Coburg (bis 1596). Ab 1633 regierte er erneut neben Sachsen-Eisenach auch das Herzogtum Sachsen-Coburg, diesmal allein. Er stammte aus der Familie der ernestinischen Wettiner.
  • Johann Ernst of Saxe-Eisenach (Gotha, 9 July 1566 – Eisenach, 23 October 1638), was a duke of Saxe-Eisenach and later of Saxe-Coburg.He was the fourth (but second surviving) and youngest son of Johann Frederick II, Duke of Saxony and Countess Palatine Elisabeth of Simmern-Sponheim.His grandfather, Johann Frederick I, had still held the title of Elector of Saxony, but after the Battle of Mühlberg he lost the title to his cousin Maurice, from the Albertine line. His father tried since then to regain the Electorate again for the Ernestine line. For this purpose he accepted an outlawed knight, Wilhelm von Grumbach, with himself, which led finally to the fact that also over his father the anger of the Emperor. Only one year after his birth was besieged the castle of his father in Gotha by troops of the Elector Augustus of Saxony and finally conquered. His father came into imperial prison from the rest of his life. His mother, Johann Ernst and his older brothers had to flee from Gotha. They found first admission with his uncle, the duke Johann Wilhelm of Saxe-Weimar, who took over also the guardianship for the princes -at the same time, he was granted by the Emperor with the lands of his brother Johann Frederick II-. After a short time in Weimar, Johann Ernst, as well as his mother and his brothers, lived in Eisenach and Eisenberg.Later, his uncle Johann Wilhelm of Saxe-Weimar lost the Imperial favour. In the Diet of Speyer (1570), the Emperor decided to restored to the three sons of Johann Frederick II his hereditary rights.In 1572 his older brother Frederick Heinrich died from typhus fever. The same year, by the Division of Erfurt, the decision of the Diet of Speyer was made: The lands of his father were extracted again from the duchy of Saxe-Weimar, and created from them the new Duchy of Saxe-Coburg-Eisenach. Johann Ernst and his older surviving brother, Johann Casimir, were made rulers of the new country; but, for his minority, however, they was firstly under the guardianship of the three Elector Princes: Frederick III of the Palatinate (also his maternal grandfather), Johann George of Brandenburg and Augustus of Saxony; also, they took the regency over Saxe-Coburg-Eisenach.The duchess Elizabeth moved to Austria, where she should live themselves in the future in the proximity of her husband, still imperial prissioner. The two young princes, Johann Casimir and Johann Ernst, moved to Coburg, the future residence of his new principality. With only six years, Johann Ernst was separated from his parents forever and entrusted to the education of strange persons. Since 1578 he visited the University of Leipzig then together with his brother. In 1586, after the wedding of his brother with Anna of Saxony, the daughter of the Elector Augustus, the guardianship finalized, and Johann Casimir began, together with his brother, the independent ruling of Saxe-Coburg-Eisenach. Johann Casimir and Johann Ernst governed together the principality for the next ten years; however, Johann Casimir carried the main responsibility for the government as an older brother. Also, in order to had a separated residence from his brother too, Johann Ernst establishes himself in the small town of Marksuhl on 1587. Since 1590 Johann Ernst withdrew himself from the government of the duchy, with his brother completely agreed it, that this should govern the duchy for five years alone, when this time had elapsed and finally agreed (in 1596) with its brother to a new divisionary treaty. The duchy of Saxe-Eisenach was taken by Johann Ernst as independent principality separated from Saxe-Coburg, who remained with Johann Casimir. Thus, Saxe-Eisenach, for the first time in his history, had his own independent political unit became within the Holy Roman Empire. During his first year of reign, Johann Ernst still live in Marsuhl because Eisenach, the new capital of his country, was inhabited and, only with the establishment of his official residence the citizens began to moved there.In 1598 Johann Ernst created for his duchy his own Landesregierung (Federal State Government) and a Konsistorium. In 1633 his brother, the duke Johann Casimir of Saxe-Coburg, died childless. For this, Johann Ernst inherited Saxe-Coburg, and until his own death he governed both countries in a personal union, but maintains, however, his residence in Eisenach.In Wiener Neustadt on 23 November 1591 Johann Ernst married firstly with Elisabeth of Mansfeld-Hinterort. She died four days after giving birth to their only son:Johann Frederick (b. and d. Marksuhl, 8 April 1596).In Rotenburg on 14 May 1598 Johann Ernst married secondly with Christine of Hesse-Kassel. The marriage was lucky, but remained childless.With the death of Johann Ernst ended the older line of Saxe-Coburg-Eisenach. His principality was divided (under the rules of the Ernestine line) between Saxe-Weimar and Saxe-Altenburg.
  • Иоганн Эрнст Саксен-Эйзенахский (нем. Johann Ernst von Sachsen-Eisenach; 9 июля 1566(15660709), Гота — 23 октября 1638, Эйзенах) — герцог Саксен-Эйзенахский, а впоследствии — Саксен-Кобургский.
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  • Jean-Ernest de Saxe-Eisenach, né à Gotha le 9 juillet 1566, décédé le 23 octobre 1638 à Eisenach.En 1566, les cinq États saxons furent partagés en deux administrations Weimar et Cobourg, en 1567 sous la seule administration de Jean-Guillaume de Saxe-Weimar, celui-ci prit le territoire de Weimar, Cobourg et Eisenach échurent à ses deux neveux Jean-Casimir de Saxe-Weimar-Cobourg et Jean-Ernest de Saxe-Eisenach.Jean-Ernest de Saxe-Eisenach fut le fondateur de la lignée des Saxe-Eisenach éteinte en 1638.
  • Johann Ernst dari Sachsen-Eisenach (lahir di Gotha, 9 Juli 1566 – meninggal di Eisenach, 23 Oktober 1638 pada umur 72 tahun), adalah Adipati Sachsen-Eisenach dan kemudian menjadi Adipati Sachsen-Coburg.
  • Johann Ernst (* 9. Juli 1566 auf Burg Grimmenstein in Gotha; † 23. Oktober 1638 in Eisenach) war Herzog von Sachsen-Eisenach und von 1572 (nominell, zunächst unter Vormundschaft), ab 1586 mit eigenständiger Regentschaft (zusammen mit seinem Bruder Johann Casimir) auch Herzog von Sachsen-Coburg (bis 1596). Ab 1633 regierte er erneut neben Sachsen-Eisenach auch das Herzogtum Sachsen-Coburg, diesmal allein. Er stammte aus der Familie der ernestinischen Wettiner.
  • Иоганн Эрнст Саксен-Эйзенахский (нем. Johann Ernst von Sachsen-Eisenach; 9 июля 1566(15660709), Гота — 23 октября 1638, Эйзенах) — герцог Саксен-Эйзенахский, а впоследствии — Саксен-Кобургский.
  • Johann Ernst of Saxe-Eisenach (Gotha, 9 July 1566 – Eisenach, 23 October 1638), was a duke of Saxe-Eisenach and later of Saxe-Coburg.He was the fourth (but second surviving) and youngest son of Johann Frederick II, Duke of Saxony and Countess Palatine Elisabeth of Simmern-Sponheim.His grandfather, Johann Frederick I, had still held the title of Elector of Saxony, but after the Battle of Mühlberg he lost the title to his cousin Maurice, from the Albertine line.
  • Johan Ernst III van Saksen-Coburg (Gotha, 1566-Eisenach, 1638) was een zoon van hertog Johan Frederik II van Saksen en Elisabeth van de Palts. In 1567 verloor zijn vader het bestuur over Saksen en werd gevangengenomen. In 1570 werden de zonen van Johan Frederik II van Saksen in de rechten van hun vader hersteld door de Rijksdag van Speyer. Bij het verdelingsverdrag van Erfurt van 1572 verkregen Johan Ernst en zijn broer Johan Casimir het voor hen gecreëerde hertogdom Saksen-Coburg-Eisenach.
  • Giovanni Ernesto di Sassonia-Eisenach (Gotha, 9 luglio 1566 – Eisenach, 23 ottobre 1638) fu Duca di Sassonia-Eisenach e successivamente anche di Sassonia-Coburgo.Egli fu il quarto (ma il secondo sopravvissuto) dei figli di Giovanni Federico II di Sassonia e di Elisabetta di Wittelsbach-Simmern.Suo nonno, Giovanni Federico I di Sassonia, aveva ottenuto il titolo di elettore, che però aveva perso dopo la Battagliadi Mühlberg, alla decapitazione del suo parente Maurizio, della linea albertina.
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  • Иоганн Эрнст Саксен-Эйзенахский
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