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Örjan Martinsson

Margraves of Montferrat

Montferrat was a margraviate which was located between Turin and Milan. It was ruled by a collateral branch of the Byzantine imperial house from 1306. When this house became extinct Montferrat was after a few years of Spanish rule united with the duchy of Mantua. Later as a consequence of the Mantovan War of Succession the northern part of Montferrat was transferred to Savoy in 1631. The rest of Montferrat was united with Savoy in 1708 when its ruling dynasty became extinct.

House of Aleramo

967-991
991
991-1042
1042-1084
1084-1100
1100-1136
1136-1191
Aleramo
Ottone I
Guglielmo III
Ottone II
Guglielmo IV
Ranieri I
Guglielmo V
1191-1192
1192-1207
1207-1225
1225-1253
1253-1296
1296-1305
Corrado
Bonifacio I
Guglielmo VI
Bonifacio II
Guglielmo VII
Giovanni I
 

House of Paleologus
 
1306-1338
1338-1372
1372-1378
1378-1381
1381-1418
1418-1445
1445-1464
1464-1483
1483-1494
1494-1518
1518-1530
1530-1533
1533-1536
Teodoro I
Giovanni II
Ottone III
Giovanni III
Teodoro II
Giovanni Giacomo
Giovanni IV
Guglielmo VIII
Bonifacio III
Guglielmo IX
Bonifacio IV
Giovanni Giorgio
Spanish rule

House of Gonzaga
 
1536-1540 Federico II
1540-1550 Francesco III
1550-1587 Guglielmo IX
1587-1612 Vincenzo I
1612 Francesco IV
1612-1626 Ferdinando
1626-1627 Vincenzo II

House of Gonzaga-Nevers
 
1627-1637 Carlo I
1637-1665 Carlo III
1665-1708 Carlo IV

Montferrat unites with Savoy 1708

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