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Mediat ( lat . Indirectly ) or rich indirectly were called in contrast to immediat ( reichsunmittelbar ) in the Holy Roman Empire until the media coverage in 1806 those dominions or possessions that were not subordinated directly to the Empire, but only indirectly and by its ruler , the legal status of a Possessed imperial class , with the supreme liege lord , the king or emperor , entered into relationship. There were also media monasteries up until secularization .

The distinction played a role for the jurisdiction of the imperial courts according to the imperial chamber court order, in particular for the so-called subject trials .

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  1. mediat on
  2. Reichsmittelbar on
  3. immediately on
  4. Pauline Puppel: Reich court files as source: women, zeitenblicke 3 (2004), No. 3
  5. ^ Reichskammergerichtsordnung 1500 website of the University of Heidelberg , accessed on March 12, 2016
  6. Albrecht Cordes: Das Reichskammergericht (1495-1806), zeitenblicke 3 (2004), No. 3