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Örjan Martinsson

Counts of Flanders

The county of Flanders was created 864 when the French king Charles the Bald granted it as a fief to his son-in-law Baldwin with the Iron Arm. Flanders was a part of France but distinguished itself from the rest of the country with its Germanic Flemish population and close economic ties to England. Unlike other French fiefs it was never returned to the French king's control, instead it became a part of the duke of Burgundy's possessions in 1384, which would evolve into present day Belgium.

864-879

879-918
918-965
960-962
965-988
988-1035
1035-1067
Boudewijn met de IJzeren Arm
(Baldwin with the Iron Arm)
Boudewijn II
Arnulf de Grote (the Great)
Boudewijn III
Arnulf II
Boudewijn IV
Boudewijn V
1067-1070 Boudewijn VI
1070-1071 Arnulf III
1071-1093
1093-1111
1111-1119
1119-1127
1127-1128
Robrecht I de Fries
Robrecht II van Jeruzalem
Boudewijn VII
Karel de Goede (the Good)
Willem I Clito
1128-1168 Diederik (Dirk) van de Elzas
1168-1191
1191-1194
Filips I van de Elzas
Margaretha I van de Elzas
1191-1194 Boudewijn VIII
1194-1205 Boudewijn IX
1205-1244 Johanna
1244-1278 Margaretha II
1246-1251 Willem II van Dampierre
1278-1305
1305-1322
1322-1346
1346-1384
Gwijde van Dampierre
Robrecht III van Bethune
Lodewijk I van Nevers
Lodewijk II van Male

United with Burgundy in a personal union 1384

= Hainaut   = Namur   = Latin Empire