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Örjan Martinsson

Namur

The county of Namur evolved from the county of Lomme (Lommengouw) during the 10th century. It was elevated to margraviate during the 12th century and its regents were thereafter also called marquis. The last margrave/marquis of Namur sold the margraviate to the duke of Burgundy 1421. Namur is today a French speaking province in Belgium.

Counts of Namur

c. 907-946
c. 946-981
 981-1011
1011-1016
1016-1037
1037-1102
1102-1139
1139-1189

Bérenger
Robert I
Albert I
Robert II
Albert II
Albert III
Godefroi
Henri
(the Blind)

 


Margraves of Namur
 
1189-1195
1195-1212
1212-1217
1217-1226
1226-1229
1229-1232
1232-1237
Baudouin I
Philippe I
Yolande *
Philippe II
Henri II
Marguerite
Henri II
1237-1256 Baudouin II
1256-1265 Henri IV
1265-1297
1297-1330
1330-1335
1335-1336
1336-1337
1337-1391
1391-1418
1418-1421

Guy I
Jean I
Jean II
Guy II
Philippe III
Guillaume I
Guillaume II
Jean III Thierry


 

 

 

 

Namur is sold to the duke of Burgundy 1421

* = Yolanda was married with the Latin emperor Peter of Courtenay

= Luxemburg   = Flanders   = Latin Empire