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|Wartislaw I||1121-1135||First duke of Pomerania.|
|Ratibor I||1135-1155||Ancestor of the Ratiboriden branch of the House of Pomerania that ruled Schlawe-Stolp|
In 1155, Pomerania was divided in Pomerania, Pomerania-Stettin, and Pomerania-Demmin. While both Pomerania-Stetin and Pomerania-Demmin were ruled by sole dukes, Pomerania was ruled by the duke of -Stettin and the duke of -Demmin, together.
|Bogislaw I (Stettin)||1155-1187|
|Casimir I (Demmin))||1155-1180||Co-ruler with his brother, Bogislaw I.|
|Wartislaw II (Demmin)||1180-1184||Co-ruler with his father, Bogislaw I.|
|Bogislaw II (Stettin)||1187-1220||Son of Bogislaw II|
|Casimir II (Demmin)||1187-1219||Co-ruler with his brother, Bogislaw II.|
|Barnim I the Good (Stettin)||1220-1278||Since 1227 the dukes were again vassals of the Holy Roman Empire|
|Wartislaw III (Demmin)||1220-1264||Co-ruler with his brother, Barnim I. After his deah in 1264, -Demmin was incorporated in -Stettin.|
In 1231 Emperor Frederick II granted the immediate liege lordship over Pomerania to the Margrave of Brandenburg, who enforced this claim by the Treaties of Kremmen (1236) and of Landin (1250). Thus Pomerania had become a fief of Brandenburg, thus an only mediate (indirect) subfief of the Empire, with Brandenburg itself being an immediate imperial fief.
After Wartislaw III died heirless in 1264, Barnim I became sole duke of the whole duchy. After Barnim's death, the duchy was to be ruled by his sons Barnim II, Otto I and Bogislaw IV. The first years, Bogislaw, being the eldest, ruled in place of his too young brothers, too. In 1295, after Barnim's death, the duchy was partitioned into a northern duchy (Wolgast, ruled by Bogislaw), and a southern duchy (Stettin, ruled by Otto).
|Bogislaw IV||1278-1295||Co-ruler with his brother Barnim II.|
|Otto I||1279-1295||Co-ruler with his brothers Barnim II and Bogislaw IV.|
In 1295, the Duchy of Pomerania was divided roughly by the Peene and Ihna rivers, with the areas north of these rivers ruled by Bogislaw IV became Pomerania-Wolgast, whereas Otto I received Pomerania-Stettin south of these rivers.
|Otto I (Stettin)||1295-1344|
|Bogislaw IV (Wolgast)||1295-1309||First duke of -Wolgast.|
|Barnim III (Stettin))||1344-1368|
|Wartislaw IV (Wolgast)||1309-1326|
|Casimir III (Stettin)||1368-1372||Son of Barnim III.|
|Bogislaw V (Wolgast)||1326-1368|
|Wartislaw V (Wolgast)||1326-1368||Co-ruler with his brother, Bogislaw V.|
|Barnim IV (Wolgast)||1326-1365||Co-ruler with his brothers, Wartislaw V and Bogislaw V.|
In 1368, -Wolgast was divided in a smaller -Wolgast and -Stolp.
|Bogislaw V (Stolp)||1368-1374||First duke of -Stolp|
|Bogislaw VI (Wolgast)||1368-1393||Son of Barnim IV.|
|Wartislaw VI (Wolgast)||1368-1376||Co-ruler with his brother, Bogislaw VI.|
|Swantibor (Stettin)||1372-1413||Son of Barnim III.|
|Bogislaw VII (Stettin)||1372-1404||Co-ruler with his brother, Swantibor.|
In 1376, -Wolgast was divided in a smaller -Wolgast and -Barth. In the following year, -Stolp was divided in a smaller -Stolp and -Stargard.
|Casimir IV (Stolp)||1374-1377|
|Bogislaw VIII (Stargard)||1377-1418||Brother of Wartislaw VII.|
|Barnim V (Stargard)||1377-1402||Co-ruler with his brother, Bogislaw VIII, until 1402.|
|Wartislaw VI (Wolgast)||1393-1394||Sole ruler after the death of his brother Bogislaw VI.|
|Wartislaw VII (Stolp)||1377-1395|
|Wartislaw VI (Barth)||1376-1415||In 1376, Wartislaw became the first duke of the newly- created duchy of Pomerania-Barth.|
|Wartislaw VIII (Barth)||1326-1368||Co-ruler with his father, Wartislaw VI.|
|Bogislaw VIII (Stolp)||1395-1402||Brother of Wartislaw VII.|
|Barnim V (Stolp)||1395-1403||Co-ruler with his brother, Bogislaw VIII, until 1402.|
|Otto II (Stettin)||1413-1428||Son of Swantibor.|
|Casimir V (Stettin)||1413-1435||Co-ruler with his brother, Otto II.|
|Barnim VI (Wolgast)||1394-1405||Son of Wartislaw VI.|
|Bogislaw VIII (Stolp)||1403-1418||Sole ruler in Stolp since 1403.|
|Bogislaw IX (Stargard)||1418-1446||Also duke of Stolp|
|Wartislaw IX (Wolgast)||80px||1405-1457||Son of Barnim VI.|
|Barnim VII (Wolgast)||1405-1451||Co-ruler with his brother, Wartislaw IX.|
|Barnim VIII (Barth)||1415-1451|
|Bogislaw IX (Stolp)||1418-1446||Also duke of Stargard.|
|Eric I (Stolp)||1446-1459||Also duke of Stargard.|
|Joachim the Younger (Stettin)||1435-1451||Son of Casimir V.|
|Eric I (Stargard)||1446-1459||Son of Bogislaw VIII.|
In 1459, -Stargard and -Stolp were both annexed by -Wolgast.
|Eric II (Wolgast)||1457-1474|
|Otto III (Stettin)||1451-1464|
|Wartislaw X(Barth)||1457-1478||Son of Wartislaw IX.|
|Bogislaw X (Wolgast)||1474-1478||Son of Eric II.|
|Eric II (Stetin)||1464-1474|
|Bogislaw X (Stettin)||1474-1478|
After 200 years of partition, the duchy was reunited for a short period when all her parts were inherited by Bogislaw X.
|Bogislaw X||1478-1523||Reunites the duchy in 1478.|
|George I||1523-1531||Son of Bogislaw X.|
|Barnim IX||1523-1531||Co-ruler with his brother, George I.|
|Bogislaw XI||1514||Son of George I. Died young. He never reigned, but he is counted as XI. The eleventh reigning Bogislaw was in fact Bogislaw XIII.|
In 1531, Pomerania was partitioned into Pomerania-Stettin and Pomerania-Wolgast
|Barnim IX (Stettin)||1531-1569|
|Bogislaw XII (Stettin)||1542||Son of Barnim IX. Died young. He never reigned, but he is counted as XII. After Bogislaw X, only more two dukes named Bogislaw have reigned: Bogislaw XIII and Bogislaw XIV.|
|Philip I (Wolgast)||1531-1560||Son of George I.|
|Ernest Louis (Wolgast)||1560-1592||Son of Philip I.|
|John Frederick (Wolgast)||1560-1569||Co-ruler with his brother, Ernest Louis.|
|Bogislaw XIII (Wolgast)||1560-1569||Co-ruler with his brothers, Ernest Louis and John Frederick.|
|Barnim X (Wolgast)||1560-1569||Co-ruler with his brothers, Ernest Louis, John Frederick and Bogislaw XIII.|
In 1569, -Stettin was partitioned in a smaller -Stettin and -Rügenwalde (Darłowo). -Wolgast is partitioned in a smaller -Wolgast and in -Barth.
|John Frederick (Stettin)||1569-1600||Receives Stettin.|
|Bogislaw XIII (Barth)||1569-1606||Brother of John Frederick. Receives Barth|
|Barnim X (Rugenwalde)||1569-1603||Brother of John Frederick and Bogislaw XIII. Receives Rugenwalde.|
|Bogislaw XIII (Rugenwalde)||1603-1606|
|Francis (Barth)||1606-1620||Son of Bogislaw XIII.|
In 1620, -Barth was annexed by -Stettin.
|Bogislaw XIII (Stettin)||1603-1606||Brother of Barnim X.|
|Philip II (Stettin)||1606-1618||Son of Bogislaw XIII.|
|Francis (Stettin)||1618-1620||Brother of Philip II.|
|Bogislaw XIV (Rugenwalde)||1606-1620||Son of Bogislaw XIII and brother of Francis and Philip II of -Stettin.|
|George II (Rugenwalde)||1606-1617||Brother of Philip II, Francis and Bogislaw XIV. Co-ruler with his brother Bogislaw XIV.|
In 1620, -Rugenwalde was annexed by -Stettin.
|Bogislaw XIV (Stettin)||1620-1625|
|Philip Julius (Wolgast)||1592-1625||Son of Ernest Louis.|
In 1625, with the death of Philip Julius, Bogislaw XIV reunited all Pomerania.
|Bogislaw XIV||1625-1637||Holding reunited Pomerania, but since 1630 under Swedish occupation; with his death the ducal house was extinct in the male line .|
(until c. 1190 part of Duchy of Pomerania)
In 1227, Stolp came to Pomerelia, Schlawe to Pomerania. In 1238–1316 both became part of Pomerelia, ruled by an autonomously acting dynasty of castellans, the Swenzones (German: Swenzonen, entering history in 1257 with Swenzo the Elder). In 1316, the area became part of the Pomerania-Wolgast, first as a pawn from Brandenburg, and definitively in 1347.
1168–1325 feudal fief of Denmark under local rulers:
From 1325 Pomerania-Wolgast or -Barth:
from 1474 part of Pomerania-Wolgast
The dukes of Pomerelia were using the Latin title dux Pomeraniae ("Duke of Pomerania") or dux Pomeranorum ("Duke of the Pomeranians").
~1155–1227 part of Poland
1215–1270 divided into duchies of:
from 1271 part of Pomerelia
from 1257 part of Pomerelia
The dukes initially resided at a burgh located in the later village of Lubiszewo (Liebschau). After the town of Dirschau (Tczew) was founded nearby in the course of the German Ostsiedlung, the dukes shiftet their residence to the town.
from 1266/1278 part of Pomerelia
to 1178 part of Pomerelia
from 1271 part of Pomerelia
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