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County of Looz


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First House of Looz

House of Heinsberg

House of Rummen

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Chronology

Dates down to the thirteenth century may vary by a year or more (Strubbe and Voet, 376–7). Death of Arnulf IV, 1276/8: J. Baerten, Bulletin de la commission royale d'histoire, CXXIX (1963), 173–85.

1015–1045

Giselbert (count of Looz as a vassal of the bishopric of Liège by 1015)

1045–1078

Emmo (son)

1045–1088

Otto (brother)

1078–1125

Arnulf I (son of Emmo)

1125–1139

Arnulf II (son; abdicated, died 1147?)

1139–1171

Louis I (son)

1171–1194

Gerard (son)

1194–1218

Louis II (son)

1218

Henry (brother)

1218–1221

Arnulf III (brother)

1221–1227

Louis III (nephew; abdicated, died 1243)

1227–1276

Arnulf IV (brother)

1276–1279

John (son)

1279–1323

Arnulf V (son; abdicated, died 1333?)

1323–1336

Louis IV (son)

1336–1361

Diederik (son of Matilda, daughter of Arnulf V, and Godfrey III of Heinsberg)

1361–1362

Godfrey of Dalenbroek (nephew; abdicated, died 1395)

1362–1366

Arnulf VI (son of Joan, daughter of Arnulf V, and William of Rummen; abdicated, died 1373; union with the bishopric of Liège)

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