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Lordship of Vaduz and Schellenberg

Principality of Liechtenstein

Falke, J. von, Geschichte des fürstlichen Hauses Liechtenstein (3 vols., Vienna, 1868–82).Ritter, R., Kurze Geschichte und Stammbaum des fürstlichen Hauses Liechtenstein (Schaan, Liechtenstein, n.d.).

1699–1712

John Adam I (prince of Liechtenstein 1684; bought the lordships of Schellenberg 1699, and Vaduz 1712)

1712–1718

Joseph Wenceslas (nephew of Anthony Florian (below); abdicated)

1718–1721

Anthony Florian (second cousin of John Adam; princedom formed from union of Vaduz and Schellenberg 1719)

1721–1732

Joseph John (son)

1732–1748

John Charles (son)

1748–1772

Joseph Wenceslas (again)

1772–1781

Francis Joseph I (nephew)

1781–1805

Aloysius I (son)

1805–1836

John I (brother; sovereign prince of Liechtenstein 1806)

1836–1858

Aloysius II (son)

1858–1929

John II, the Good (son)

1929–1938

Francis I (brother)

1938–1989

Francis Joseph II (fourth in descent from John I)

1989–

John Adam II (son; regent 1984–9)

Subjects: History — Renaissance Art.


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