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Böttiger, K. W., and T. Flathe, Geschichte des Kurstaates und Königreiches Sachsen (3 vols., Gotha, 1867–73).Schultze, J., Die Mark Brandenburg (5 vols., Berlin, 1961–9).Wäschke, H., Anhaltische Geschichte (3 vols., Köthen, 1912–13).

1134–1170

Albert I, the Bear (son of Otto, count of Ballenstedt; margrave of Nordmark 1134; of Brandenburg 1157)

1170–1184

Otto I (son)

1184–1205

Otto II, the Liberal (son)

1205–1220

Albert II (brother)

1220–1267

Otto III (son; received Salzwedel by partition 1258)

1267–1268

John III (son)

1267–1298

Otto V, the Tall (brother)

1267–1300

Albert III (brother)

1280–1286

Otto VI, the Short (brother; abdicated, died 1303)

1298–1308

Herman (son of Otto V)

1308–1317

John V (son; union with Stendal1317)

1220–1266

John I (son of Albert II; Stendal 1258)

1266–1281

John II (son)

1266–1304

Conrad (brother)

1266–1308

Otto IV, the Minnesinger (brother)

1294–1318

Henry I, the Landless (brother)

1304–1305

John IV (son of Conrad)

1304–1319

Waldemar the Great (brother; Salzwedel 1317)

1318–1320

Henry II (son of Henry I; award of Brandenburg to the house of Wittelsbach 1323)

1180–1212

Bernard I (son of Albert I of Brandenburg; made duke of Saxony by emperor Frederick I1180)

1212–1260

Albert I (son)

1260–1285

John I (son)

1260–1298

Albert II (brother; received Wittenberg by partition 1296)

1298–1356

Rudolf I (son)

1356–1370

Rudolf II (son; elector 1356)

1370–1388

Wenceslas (brother)

1388–1419

Rudolf III (son)

1419–1422

Albert III (brother; award of Saxe-Wittenberg to the house of Wettin 1423)

1285–1321

John II, the Blind (son of John I; shared Lauenburg 1296; Bergedorf-Mölln 1303)

1321–1343

Albert IV (son)

1343–1356

John III (son)

1356–1366

Albert V (brother)

1366–1401

Erik III (brother; union with Ratzeburg 1401)

1285–1308

Albert III (son of John I; shared Lauenburg 1296; shared Ratzeburg 1303)

1285–1361

Erik I (brother; shared Lauenburg 1296; shared Ratzeburg 1303)

1361–1368

Erik II (son; co-regent 1340)

1368–1412

Erik IV (son; Bergedorf-Mölln 1401)

1412–1436

Erik V (son)

1436–1463

Bernard II (brother)

1463–1507

John IV (son)

1507–1543

Magnus I (son; co-regent 1498)

1543–1571

Francis I (son; abdicated)

1571–1574

Magnus II (son; deposed, died 1603)

1574–1581

Francis I (again)

1581–1619

Francis II (son)

1619–1656

Augustus (son)

1656–1665

Julius Henry (brother)

1665–1666

Francis Erdmann (son)

1666–1689

Julius Francis (brother; union with Brunswick-Luneburg 1689)

1212–1244

Henry I, the Minnesinger (son of Bernard I of Saxony; received Anhalt at separation from Saxony 1212; styled prince 1218)

1244–1266

Henry II (son; received Aschersleben by partition 1252)

1266–1304

Otto I (son)

1304–1315

Otto II (son; union with the bishopric of Halberstadt 1315)

1244–1287

Bernard I (son of Henry I; Bernburg 1252)

1287–1318

Bernard II (son)

1318–1348

Bernard III (son)

1348–1354

Bernard IV (son)

1348–1377

Henry IV (brother)

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