The first fundamental law of the empire was formed by him, and is known as the "Golden Bull."
But until the promulgation of the Golden Bull the constitution and prerogatives of the college were never definitely ascertained.
The Golden Bull was called "the fundamental law of the empire."
He caused a Golden Bull to be placed before the altar of each, thus violating the commandment forbidding graven images.
And is not the Golden Bull of Charles the Fourth equally the rule for both?
His reign is famous for the Golden Bull, enacted by the diet of Nuremberg.
He honoured the Bohemian language so much as to recommend expressly, in the Golden Bull, to the sons of the Electors to learn it.
I have already bestowed the empire on a daughter in defiance of the Golden Bull.
A coat of arms—a Golden Bull on a red ground—why, father, that was what puzzled you at Florence!
The Golden Bull, which fixes the Germanic constitution, is promulgated in the style of a sovereign and legislator.