List of state leaders in the 13th-century Holy Roman Empire

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This is a list of state leaders in the 13th century (1201–1300) AD, of the Holy Roman Empire.

Main[edit]

Austrian[edit]

  • Conrad II di Biseno, Prince-bishop (1188–1205)
  • Federico Wanga, Prince-bishop (1207–1218)
  • Albert IV von Ravenstein, Prince-bishop (1219–1223)
  • Gerard I Oscasali, Prince-bishop (1223–1232)
  • Aldrighetto di Castelcampo, Prince-bishop (1232–1247)
  • Egno von Eppan, Prince-bishop (1250–1273)
  • Henry II, Prince-bishop (1273–1289)
  • Philipp Buonacolsi, Prince-bishop (1289–1303)

Bavarian[edit]

  • Bernhard I of Schönstätten, Provost (1194–1201)
  • Gerhard, Provost (1201)
  • Hugo II, Provost (1201–1210)
  • Konrad Garrer, Provost (1210–1211)
  • Friedrich II Ellinger, Provost (1211–1217)
  • Heinrich II, Provost (1217–1231)
  • Friedrich III of Ortenburg, Provost (1231–1239)
  • Bernhard II, Provost (1239–1252)
  • Konrad II, Provost (1252)
  • Heinrich III, Provost (1252–1257)
  • Konrad III von Medling, Provost (1257–1283)
  • Johann I Sachs von Sachsenau, Provost (1283–1303)
  • Heilka IV von Rotheneck, Abbess (1197–1218)
  • Heilka V von Wittelsbach, Abbess (1218–1224)
  • Frideruna von Falkenstein, Abbess (1224–1229)
  • Mathilde III von Henffenfeld, Abbess (1229–1239)
  • Tutta III von Dalmässing, Abbess (1239–1242)
  • Irmgard I von Scheyern, Abbess (1242–1245)
  • Hildegard von Kirchberg, Abbess (1245–1249)
  • Kunigunde III von Stein, Abbess (1249–1257)
  • Kühnheit Pinzingerin, Abbess (1257–c.1259)
  • Wilburg von Lobsingen, Abbess (c.1259–1261)
  • Tutta IV von Putingen, Abbess (1261–1264)
  • Gertrud II. von Stein, Abbess (1264–1271)
  • Wilburg von Lobsingen, Abbess (1271–1273)
  • Elisabeth I Stauffin von Stauffenburg, Abbess (1273–1276)
  • Hedwig Kropflin, Abbess (1276–1285)
  • Kunigunde IV Hainkhoverin, Abbess (1285–1300)
  • Adelheid II von Treidenberg, Abbess (1300–1304)
  • Rapoto II, Count (1186–1231)
  • Henry I, Count (1186–1241)
  • Rapoto III, Count (1231–1248)
  • Henry II, Count (1241–1257)
  • Gebhard, Count (1238–1275), Imperial Count (1257–1275)
  • Diepold, Count (1238–1272)
  • Rapoto IV, Count (1275–1296), Imperial Count (1275–1296)
  • Henry III, Count (1297/1321–1345)
  • Rudolph I, Lord (1193–1221)
  • Rudolph II, co-Lord (1221–1233)
  • Frederick, Lord (1221–1240)
  • Henry III, Lord (1240–1278)
  • Henry IV, Lord (1278–1318)
  • Konrad III of Laichling, Prince-bishop (1186–1204)
  • Konrad IV of Frontenhausen, Prince-bishop (1204–1227)
  • Siegfried, Prince-bishop (1227–1246)
  • Albert I of Pietengau, Prince-bishop (1247–1260)
  • Albertus Magnus, Prince-bishop (1260–1262)
  • Leo Thundorfer, Prince-bishop (1262–1277)
  • Heinrich II von Rotteneck, Prince-bishop (1277–1296)
  • Konrad V von Luppurg, Prince-bishop (1296–1313)
  • Eberhard II of Regensburg, Prince-archbishop (1200–1246)
  • Bernhard I of Ziegenhain, Prince-archbishop (1247)
  • Philipp of Carinthia, Prince-archbishop (1247–1256)
  • Ulrich of Sekau, Prince-archbishop (1256–1265)
  • Ladislaus of Salzburg, Prince-archbishop (1265–1270)
  • Frederick II of Walchen, Prince-archbishop (1270–1284)
  • Rudolf of Hoheneck, Prince-archbishop (1284–1290)
  • Conrad IV of Breitenfurt, Prince-archbishop (1291–1312)

Bohemian[edit]

Burgundian-Low Countries[edit]

Franconian[edit]

  • Heinrich I von Bilversheim, Prince-bishop (1245–1257)
  • Ladislaus of Salzburg, Prince-bishop (1257)
  • Berthold von Leiningen, Prince-bishop (1257–1285)
  • Mangold von Neuenburg, Prince-bishop (1285)
  • Arnold von Solms, Prince-bishop (1286–1296)
  • Leopold I von Grundlach, Prince-bishop (1296–1303)
  • Rupert I, Count (1200–1223)
  • Louis, co-Count (1223–1230)
  • Rupert II, co-Count (1223–1235)
  • Albert II, Count (1235–1254)
  • Frederick II, co-Count (1235–1251)
  • Henry I, Count co-Count (1235–1254)
  • Frederick III, Count (1251–1254)
  • Henry II, Count (1254–1307)
  • Albert II, Count (1254–1258)
  • Herman II, Count (1258–1285)
  • Frederick IV Count of Younger Line (1285–1347), Count (1347–1349)
  • Konrad von Querfurt, Prince-bishop (1197–1202)
  • Heinrich IV von Katzburg, Prince-bishop (1202–1207)
  • Otto von Lobdeburg, Prince-bishop (1207–1223)
  • Dietrich von Homburg, Prince-bishop (1223–1225)
  • Hermann I von Lobdeburg, Prince-bishop (1225–1254)
  • Iring von Reinstein-Homburg, Prince-bishop (1254–1266)
  • Heinrich V von Leiningen, Prince-bishop (1254–1255)
  • Poppo III von Trimberg, Prince-bishop (1267–1271)
  • Berthold I von Henneberg, Prince-bishop (1271–1274)
  • Berthold II von Sternberg, Prince-bishop (1274–1287)
  • Mangold von Neuenburg, Prince-bishop (1287–1303)

Electoral Rhenish[edit]

  • Luitpold von Scheinfeld, Prince-archbishop (1200–1208)
  • Sigfried II von Eppstein, opposing Prince-archbishop (1200–1208), Prince-archbishop (1208–1230)
  • Sigfried III von Eppstein, Prince-archbishop (1230–1249)
  • Christian von Weisenau, Prince-archbishop (1249–1251)
  • Gerhard I von Daun-Kirberg, Archbishop-elector (1251–1259)
  • Werner II von Eppstein, Archbishop-elector (1260–1284)
  • Heinrich II von Isny, Archbishop-elector (1286–1288)
  • Gerhard II von Eppstein, Archbishop-elector (1286–1305)
  • Theodoric I, Count (1218–1253)
  • Theodoric II, Count (1253–1273)
  • Salentin I, Count (1273–1300)
  • Salentin II, Count (1300–1334)

Lower Rhenish–Westphalian[edit]

  • Sophia, Countess (1149–1176) and Dirk of Holland, Count (1149–1157)
  • Otto I, Count (1176–1207)
  • Baldwin, Count (1207–1247)
  • Otto II, Count (1247–1277)
  • Egbert, Count (1277–1305)
  • Otto III, Count (1277–1338)
  • Otto IV, Count (1289–1302)
  • Elisabeth I, Princess-Abbess (1172–pre-1216)
  • Adelheid, Princess-Abbess (1216–1237)
  • Elisabeth II, Princess-Abbess (c.1237–1241)
  • Bertha of Arnsberg, Princess-Abbess (pre-1243–1292)
  • Beatrix von Holte, Princess-Abbess (1292–1327)
  • Eilika, Abbess (c. 1212)
  • Gertrud II of Lippe, Abbess (pre-1217–post-1233)
  • Ida, Abbess (pre-1238–post-1264)
  • Pinnosa, Abbess (pre-1265–post-1276)
  • Mechtild II of Waldeck, Abbess (pre-1277–post-1288)
  • Irmgard of Wittgenstein, Abbess (pre-1290–1323)
  • Engelbert I von Isenberg, Prince-bishop (1225–1226)
  • Otto I, Prince-bishop (1206–1227)
  • Konrad I von Velber, Prince-bishop (1227–1239)
  • Engelbert I von Isenberg, Prince-bishop (1239–1250)
  • Bruno von Isenberg, Prince-bishop (1251–1258)
  • Balduin von Rüssel, Prince-bishop (1259–1264)
  • Widukind von Waldeck, Prince-bishop (1265–1269)
  • Konrad von Rietberg, Prince-bishop (1270–1297)
  • Ludwig von Ravensberg, Prince-bishop (1297–1308)
  • Siegfried III, Count (1219–1227)
  • Theodoric I, Count (1227–?)
  • Siegfried, Count (?–1228)
  • George, Count (1197–1219)
  • Lothar, Count (?–1243)
merge to form Isenburg-Wied

Upper Rhenish[edit]

  • Leuthold I von Rotheln, Prince-bishop (1192–1213)
  • Walther von Rotheln, Prince-bishop (1213–1215)
  • Heinrich II von Thun, Prince-bishop (1216–1238)
  • Leuthold II von Arburg, Prince-bishop (1238–1249)
  • Berthold II von Pfirt, Prince-bishop (1250–1262)
  • Heinrich III von Neuenburg-Erguel, Prince-bishop (1262–1274)
  • Heinrich IV Knoderer, Prince-bishop (1275–1286)
  • Peter I Reich von Reichenstein, Prince-bishop (1286–1296)
  • Peter von Aspelt, Prince-bishop (1297–1306)
  • Salentin and Rosemann, Count (12th/13th century)
  • Theodoric II, Count (?–1232)
  • Theodoric III, Count (13th century)
  • Gerard I, Count (13th/14th century)
  • Emich III, Count (fl.1193–1208)[2][3]
  • Friedrich I, Count (c.1208–pre-1220)[4][5][6]
  • Friedrich II, Count (?–1237)
  • Simon, Count (c.1237–1234)
  • Friedrich III, Count (c.1234–1287)
  • Friedrich IV, Count (c.1287–1316)
  • Frederick II, Count (1172–1210)
  • Gerhard, Count (1210–1240)
  • Henry III, Count (1240–1247)
  • Henry IV, Count (1247–1265)
  • William, Count (1265–1297)
  • Henry V, Count (1297–1336)
  • Henry I, Count (1165–1210)
  • Henry II, Count (1210–1240)
  • Henry III, Count (1240–1293)
  • John I, Count (1293–1326)
  • Frederick I, Count (1210–1270)
  • Henry I, Count (1270–1301)
  • Henry I/II, co-Count (1176–1203)
  • Eberhard II, co-Count (1176–1202)
  • Henry II/III, Count (1202–1246)
  • John I (Count of Sponheim-Starkenburg), Regent (1226–1246)
  • Mechtilde, Count (fl.1278–1282)[7]
  • John I, Count (1283–1324)
  • Nantelme of Écublens, Prince-Bishop (1196–1203)
  • Guillaume of Saillon, Prince-Bishop (1203–1205)
  • Landry of Mont, Prince-Bishop (1206–1237)
  • Boson II of Granges, Prince-Bishop (1237–1243)
  • Henri of Rarogne, Prince-Bishop (1243–1271)
  • Rodolphe of Valpelline, Prince-Bishop (1271–1273)
  • Pierre of Oron, Prince-Bishop (1273–1287)
  • Boniface of Challant, Prince-Bishop (1289–1308)
  • Henry III, Count (1258–1312)
  • Konrad II von Hühnenburg, Prince-Bishop (1190–1202)
  • Heinrich II von Veringen, Prince-Bishop (1202–1223)
  • Berthold I von Teck, Prince-Bishop (1223–1244)
  • Heinrich III von Stahleck, Prince-Bishop (1243 bis–1260)
  • Walter von Geroldseck, Prince-Bishop (1260–1263)
  • Heinrich IV von Geroldseck, Prince-Bishop (1263–1273)
  • Konrad of Lichtenberg, Prince-Bishop (1273–1299)
  • Friedrich I von Lichtenberg, Prince-Bishop (1299–1306)
united into Isenburg-Wied
  • Luitpold von Schonfeld, Prince-bishop (1196–1217)
  • Henry II of Saarbrücken, Prince-bishop (1217–1234)
  • Landolf of Hoheneck, Prince-bishop (1234–1247)
  • Konrad III von Durkheim, Prince-bishop (1247)
  • Richard of Dhaun, Prince-bishop (1247–1257)
  • Eberhard I of Baumberg, Prince-bishop (1257–1277)
  • Friedrich of Baumberg, Prince-bishop (1277–1283)
  • Simon von Schoneck, Prince-bishop (1283–1291)
  • Eberhard II von Strahlenberg, Prince-bishop (1291–1293)
  • Emicho of Baumberg, Prince-bishop (1294–1299)
  • Eberwin von Kronenberg, Prince-bishop (1300–1308)

Lower Saxon[edit]

  • Bernhard, Duke (1180–1212)
  • Albert I, Duke (1212–1260)
  • John I, co-Duke (1260–1282)
  • Albert II, co-Duke of Saxony (1260–1296), of Saxe-Wittenberg (1296–1298)
  • Albert III, co-Duke of Saxony (1282–1296), Duke of Saxe-Lauenburg (1296–1303), of Saxe-Ratzeburg (1303–1308)
  • John II, co-Duke of Saxony (1282–1296), Duke of Saxe-Lauenburg (1296–1303), of Saxe-Mölln (1303–1322)
  • Eric I, co-Duke of Saxony (1282–1296), Duke of Saxe-Lauenburg (1296–1303), of Saxe-Bergedorf (1303–1321), of Saxe-Ratzeburg (1308–1338)
  • Albert III, co-Duke of Saxony (1282–1296), Duke of Saxe-Lauenburg (1296–1303), of Saxe-Ratzeburg (1303–1308)
  • John II, co-Duke of Saxony (1282–1296), Duke of Saxe-Lauenburg (1296–1303), of Saxe-Mölln (1303–1322)
  • Eric I, co-Duke of Saxony (1282–1296), Duke of Saxe-Lauenburg (1296–1303), of Saxe-Bergedorf (1303–1321), of Saxe-Ratzeburg (1308–1338)
  • Otto I the Child, Duke (1235–1252)
  • Albert I the Tall, Duke of Brunswick-Lüneburg (1252–1269), Prince of Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel (1269–1279), Regent of Lüneburg (1277–1279)
  • John I, Duke of Brunswick-Lüneburg (1252–1269), Prince of Lüneburg (1269–1277)
  • Albert I the Tall, Duke of Brunswick-Lüneburg (1252–1269), Prince of Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel (1269–1279), Regent of Lüneburg (1277–1279)
  • Henry I the Admirable, co-Prince of Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel (1279–1291), Prince of Grubenhagen (1291–1322)
  • William I, co-Prince (1279–1291), Prince (1291–1292)
  • Albert II the Fat, Prince of Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel (1279–1291, 1292–1318), of Göttingen (1286–1318)
  • Mechthild I, Princess-Abbess (1196–1223)
  • Bertha II, Princess-Abbess (1223–1252)
  • Margarete I, Princess-Abbess (1253–1305)
  • Henry I the Admirable, co-Prince of Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel (1279–1291), Prince of Grubenhagen (1291–1322)
  • Gerhard I, co-Count of Holstein (1238–1261), Count of Holstein-Itzehoe (1261–1290)
  • John I, co-Count of Holstein (1238–1261), Count of Holstein-Kiel (1261–1263)
  • Adolph V, co-Count of Holstein-Kiel (1263–1273), Count of Holstein-Segeberg (1273–1308)
  • John II the One-Eyed, co-Count of Holstein-Kiel (1263–1273), Count (1273–1316)
  • Adolph V, co-Count of Holstein-Kiel (1263–1273), Count of Holstein-Segeberg (1273–1308)
  • Theodoric I, Prince-bishop (1186–1210)
  • Bertold, Prince-bishop (1210–1230)
  • John I, Prince-bishop (1230/1231–1247)
  • Albert I, Prince-bishop (1247–1253)
  • John II, Prince-bishop (1254–1259)
  • John III, Prince-bishop (1260–1276)
  • Burkhard of Serkem, Prince-bishop (1276–1317)
  • Hinrich Wullenpund [de], Mayor (1229–1230, 1232–1233, 1236, 1240)
  • Hinrich Witte, Mayor (1227–1236)
  • Gottschalck v. Bardewik, Mayor (1229, 1233–1234, 1240, 1244)
  • Wilhelm Witte (Bürgermeister) [de], Mayor (1250, 1253)
  • Marquard von Hagen, Mayor (1230–1240)
  • Hinrich Vorrade, Mayor (1238–1263)
  • Hildemar, Mayor (1250–1266)
  • Hinrich v. Wittenborg, Mayor (1255–1256, 1259, 1261, 1268–1269, 1273)
  • Johann von Bardewik [de], Mayor (1263, 1266, 1269, 1277, 1281, 1283, 1285, 1287)
  • Vromold von Vifhusen, Mayor (1271 und 1286)
  • Hinrich Steneke [de], Mayor (1276–1277, 1286–1287, 1289, 1291–1294, 1298)
  • Johann Moench [de], Mayor (1266, 1273–1274)
  • Bertram Stalbuk, Mayor (1276, 1281, 1283)
  • Hildebrand v. Mölln, Mayor (1269–1287)
  • Arnold Schotelmund, Mayor (1271–1291)
  • Alwin vom Steene, Mayor (1289–1290)
  • Johann Runese [de], Mayor (1292, 1299–1317)
  • Marquard Hildemar [de], Mayor (1286, 1290, 1293, 1297–1300)
  • Dietrich Vorrade, Mayor (1291)
  • Bernhard von Coesfeld, Mayor (1299–1301)
  • John I, Duke of Brunswick-Lüneburg (1252–1269), Prince of Lüneburg (1269–1277)
  • Albert I the Tall, Duke of Brunswick-Lüneburg (1252–1269), Prince of Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel (1269–1279), Regent of Lüneburg (1277–1279)
  • Conrad, Regent (1277–1282)
  • Otto II the Strict, Prince (1277–1330)
  • Ludolf of Koppenstedt, Prince-archbishop (1192–1205)
  • Albert I of Käfernburg, Prince-archbishop (1205–1232)
  • Burkhard I of Woldenberg, Prince-archbishop (1232–1235)
  • Wilbrand of Kasernberg, Prince-archbishop (1235–1254)
  • Rudolf of Dinselstadt, Prince-archbishop (1254–1260)
  • Rupert of Mansfeld, Prince-archbishop (1260–1266)
  • Conrad II of Sternberg, Prince-archbishop (1266–1277)
  • Günther I of Schwalenberg, Prince-archbishop (1277–1279)
  • Bernhard III of Wolpe, Prince-archbishop (1279–1282)
  • Eric of Brandenburg, Prince-archbishop (1282–1295)
  • Burkhard II of Blankenburg, Prince-archbishop (1295–1305)
  • Nicholas I, Lord (1227–1277)
  • John I, co-Lord of Werle (1277–1281), of Werle-Parchim (1281–1283)
  • Bernard I, co-Lord of Werle (1277–1281), of Werle-Prisannewitz (1281–1286)
  • Henry I, co-Lord of Werle (1277–1281), of Werle-Güstrow (1281–1291)
  • Nicholas II, Lord of Werle-Parchim (1291–1294), of Werle (1294–1316)
  • Bernard I, co-Lord of Werle (1277–1281), of Werle-Prisannewitz (1281–1286)
  • Henry I, co-Lord of Werle (1277–1281), of Werle-Güstrow (1281–1291)
  • Henry II, Lord (1291–1294)
inherited by Werle-Parchim
  • John I, co-Lord of Werle (1277–1281), of Werle-Parchim (1281–1283)
  • Nicholas II, Lord of Werle-Parchim (1291–1294), of Werle (1294–1316)

Upper Saxon[edit]

  • Bernard I, Count (1170–1212)
  • Henry I, Count (1212–1218), Prince (1218–1252)
  • Albert II, co-Duke of Saxony (1260–1296), of Saxe-Wittenberg (1296–1298)
  • Rudolph I, Duke (1298–1356), Elector (1356)

Swabian[edit]

  • Herman VIII, co-Margrave (1291–1300)
  • Rudolph IV, Margrave of Baden-Pforzheim (1291–1348), of Baden-Baden (1335–1348)
  • Kuno, Prince-abbot (1188–1221)
  • Adalbert III, Prince-abbot (c.1225–1240)
  • Siegfried, Prince-abbot (1240–1242?)
  • Rugger, Prince-abbot (1242?–1245 (1247?))
  • Gotbald of Neresheim, Prince-abbot (1247–1249?)
  • Rudolf, Prince-abbot (1249–1255?)
  • Otto of Wülzburg, Prince-abbot (1255–1269)
  • Konrad, Prince-abbot (1269–1278)
  • Ekkehard of Schwabsberg, Prince-abbot (1278–1309)
  • Werner of Kalbsangst, Prince-abbot (?–1208)
  • Rudolf II Wolfgang of Königsegg, Prince-abbot (1208–1213)
  • Henry III by Burtenbach, Prince-abbot (1213–1224)
  • Henry IV of Sömmerau, Prince-abbot (1224–1234)
  • Arnold, Prince-abbot (1234–1235)
  • Gebhard Orteck, Prince-abbot (1235–1237)
  • Friedrich V of Münster, Prince-abbot (1237–1239)
  • Theothun II Birkh of Felsberg, Prince-abbot (1239–1240)
  • Overger Randecker, Prince-abbot (1240–1242)
  • Hartmann III Mulegg, Prince-abbot (1242–1251)
  • Hugo, Prince-abbot (1251–1253)
  • Ulrich III Nordlinger, Prince-abbot (1253–1255)
  • Ruprecht I, Prince-abbot (1255–1268)
  • Eberhard IV Burgberger, Prince-abbot (1268–1270)
  • Rudolf III of Hohenegg, Prince-abbot (1270–1284)
  • Guido Ritzner, Prince-abbot (1284–1286)
  • Konrad III von Gundelfingen, Prince-abbot (1286–1302)
  • Hermann of Biechtenweiler, Prince-abbot (1265–1299)
  • Friedrich Heller von Hellerstein, Prince-abbot (1300–1315)
  • Henry of Westerburg, Baron (?–1288)

Swiss Confederacy[edit]

Italy[edit]

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