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Isenburg-Büdingen
Arms-Isenburg
1341 - 1511

Capital
Circle
Bench
Büdingen
Upper Rhenish
Counts of the Wetterau
Partitioned from Isenburg-Cleberg 1341
Partitioned 1511

Isenburg-Büdingen was the name of two states of the Holy Roman Empire, based around Büdingen in modern Hesse, Germany.

Isenburg-Büdingen (1341 - 1511)Edit

Isenburg-Büdingen was partitioned from Isenburg-Cleberg in 1341. Isenburg-Büdingen rose in prominence when one of its members, Theodoric, was elected the Archbishop of Mainz (1460 - 1461; 1476 - 1482). After the death of Count Louis II in 1511, a succession war broke out between his sons, with his lands being partitioned into Isenburg-Büdingen-Birstein and Isenburg-Rönneburg.


Name

Reign

Henry II1341 - 1378
John I1378 - 1395
John II1395 - 1408
Theodoric I1408 - 1461
Louis II1461 - 1511


Isenburg-Büdingen
Arms-Isenburg
1628 - 1806

Capital
Circle
Bench
Büdingen
Upper Rhenish
Counts of the Wetterau
Partitioned from I-Büdingen-Birstein 1628
Partitioned 1673
Mediatised to Isenburg 1806

Isenburg-Büdingen (1628 - 1806)Edit

Isenburg-Büdingen was recreated as a partition of Isenburg-Büdingen-Birstein in 1628. In 1673 Isenburg-Büdingen partitioned into itself, Isenburg-Meerholz and Isenburg-Wächtersbach. It was mediatised to the Principality of Isenburg in 1806.


Name

Reign

John Ernest I1628 - 1673
John Casimir1673 - 1693
John Ernest II1693 - 1708
Ernest Casimir I1708 - 1749
Gustav Frederick1749 - 1768
Louis Casimir1768 - 1775
Ernest Casimir II1775 - 1801
Ernest Casimir III1801 - 1806



Upper Rhenish Circle
Ecclesiastical Princes
Basel | Fulda | Heitersheim | Odenheim | Prüm | Speyer | Strasbourg | Weissenburg | Worms

Temporal Princes
Hersfeld | Hesse-Cassel | Hesse-Darmstadt | Isenburg-Birstein | Lautern | Nassau-Idstein | Nassau-Ottweiler | Nassau-Saarbrücken
Nassau-Usingen | Nassau-Weilburg | Nomeny | Salm | Simmern | Savoy | Solms-Braunfels | Sponheim | Veldenz

Counts and Lords
Bretzenheim | Dagstuhl | Falkenstein| Hanau-Lichtenberg | Hanau-Münzenberg | Isenburg-Büdingen | Isenburg-Meerholz
Isenburg-Wächtersbach | Königstein | Kriechingen | Leiningen-Dagsburg | Leiningen-Hartenburg | Leiningen-Westerburg | Münzfelden
Ollbrück | Reipoltskirchen | Salm-Dhaun | Salm-Grehweiler | Salm-Grumbach | Sayn-Wittgenstein-Berleburg | Sayn-Wittgenstein-Wittgenstein
Solms-Hohensolms-Lich | Solms-Laubach | Solms-Rödelheim | Wartenberg

Imperial Cities
Frankfurt | Friedberg | Speyer | Wetzlar | Worms

Eariler Members
Bar | Basel | Colmar | Blankenberg | Gelnhausen | Geneva | Hagenau | Hochkönigsburg | Kaufungen | Kaysersberg | Lausanne | Lorraine
Metz (bishopric) | Metz (city) | Mörsberg and Belfort | Mülhausen | Munster (abbey) | Munster (city) | Oberrehnheim | Orange | Pless
Reichenstein | Rosheim | Sarrebourg | Schlettstadt | St John | Sion | Strasbourg | Toul (bishopric) | Toul (city) | Türkheim | Verdun (bishopric)
Verdun (city) | Westerberg | Wittgenstein | Zweibrücken

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