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Degouezhout a reas e [[Priñselezh Wolfenbüttel]] e 1584
In 1692, Duke [[Ernest Augustus, Elector of Brunswick-Lüneburg|Ernest Augustus]] received the additional title of [[prince-elector]]. The principality was then also known as the '''Electorate of Brunswick-Lüneburg''' or, informally, the '''Electorate of Hanover'''. In 1714, the Hanoverian electors became kings of [[Kingdom of Great Britain|Great Britain]] (see [[House of Hanover]]). The influence of the electors in Germany grew also: they inherited the [[Principality of Lüneburg]] in 1705, and the formerly [[Sweden|Swedish]] territories of [[Archbishopric of Bremen|Bremen]] and [[Bishopric of Verden|Verden]] in 1719. As part of the [[German Mediatisation]] of 1803, the Electorate received the [[Bishopric of Osnabrück]].