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Örjan Martinsson

Counts of Tyrol

Tyrol was originally divided between Italy and Bavaria and the language border between Italian and German still crosses this region. The direct control over the area was uphold by various counts and bishops. One of these were the counts of Tirol who managed to extend their domains over the whole region and thereby give it its present name. Tyrol was united with Austria 1363 and was thereafter often ruled by collateral branches of the Habsburg dynasty. The last of these became extinct 1665 and except of the period 1805-1814 when it belonged to Bavaria have Tyrol always been united with Austria, although the southern part was ceded to Italy after World War One.

c. -1078
c. 1055-1101
c. 1101-1165
1165-1180
1180-1181
1180-1202
1202-1253
Albrecht I
Albrecht II
Albrecht III
Berthold I
Berthold II
Heinrich I
Albrecht IV

Meinhardinian Dynasty
 
1253-1258 Meinhard I
1257-1295 Meinhard II
1295-1310 Otto
1310-1335 Heinrich II
1335-1341
House of Luxemburg

Johann Heinrich (margrave of Moravia 1349-1375)

1341-1361
1361-1363

House of Wittelsbach
 
Ludwig
Meinhard III
1363-1365
House of Habsburg
 
Rudolf IV
1365-1379 Albrecht III
1365-1386 Leopold III
1386-1406 Wilhelm
1386-1411 Leopold IV
1386-1439 Friedrich IV
1439-1490 Sigismund
1490-1519 Maximilian I
1519-1522 Karl I
1519-1564 Ferdinand I
1564-1594 Ferdinand II
1594-1602 Rudolf
1602-1618 Maximilian II
1618-1619 Matthias
1619-1620 Ferdinand III (II)
1620-1621 Albrecht IV
1621-1625 Ferdinand (restored)
1625-1632
1632-1662
1662-1665

1665-1805
1805-1814
1814-
Leopold V
Ferdinand Karl
Sigismund Franz

United with Austria
Part of Bavaria
United with Austria
= The Netherlands
= Spain
= Both Sicilies
= Germany
= Brandenburg
= Württemberg
= Bavaria
= Austria
= Bohemia
= Hungary
= Carinthia-Carniola (and Styria after 1363)