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Duchy of Carinthia


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Bibliography:

Jaksch, A., Geschichte Kärntens bis 1335 (2 vols., Klagenfurt, 1928–9).Fräss-Ehrfeld, C., Geschichte Kärntens (2 vols., Klagenfurt, 1984–94).

976–978

Henry I (made duke of Carinthia by emperor Otto II976; deposed; duke of Bavaria 983–5)

978–985

Otto I (son of Liutgard, daughter of emperor Otto I, and Conrad the Red, duke of Lorraine; deposed)

985–989

Henry I (restored)

989–995

Henry II, the Quarrelsome (grandson of Henry I, king of Germany; duke of Bavaria 985)

995–1004

Otto I (restored)

1004–1011

Conrad I (son)

1012–1035

Adalbero (deposed, died 1039)

1036–1039

Conrad II, the Younger (son of Conrad I; imperial rule 1039–47)

1047–1055

Welf III

1056–1061

Conrad III

1061–1077

Berthold the Bearded (deposed, died 1078)

1077–1090

Liutold (grandson of Adalbero)

1090–1122

Henry III (brother)

1122–1123

Henry IV (son of Hedwig, sister of Henry III, and Engelbert I, count of Spanheim)

1123–1134

Engelbert (brother; abdicated, died 1141)

1134–1144

Ulrich I (son)

1144–1161

Henry V (son)

1161–1181

Herman (brother)

1181–1202

Ulrich II (son)

1202–1256

Bernard (brother)

1256–1269

Ulrich III (son; Bohemian rule 1269–76)

1276–1279

Philip (brother; imperial rule 1279–86)

1286–1295

Meinhard (count of Görz and Tyrol 1258)

1295–1305

Louis (son)

1295–1310

Otto II (brother)

1295–1335

Henry VI (brother; king of Bohemia 1307–10; union of Carinthia with the duchy of Austria 1335)

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