Principality of Anhalt-Dornburg
|Principality of Anhalt-Dornburg
|State of the Holy Roman Empire|
|Historical era||Middle Ages|
The Principality of Anhalt-Dornburg was located in what is today Germany. It was created in 1667 following the death of Prince John VI and the partition of Anhalt-Zerbst with Anhalt-Mühlingen being created along with Anhalt-Dornburg for the younger sons of Prince John VI. The principality lasted until 1742 when Princes Christian August and John Louis II inherited Anhalt-Zerbst.
Princes of Anhalt-Dornburg 1667–1742
- John Louis I 1667–1704
- John Louis II 1704–1742
- John Augustus 1704–1709 (co-regent)
- Christian Louis 1704–1710 (co-regent)
- John Frederick 1704–1742 (co-regent)
- Christian Augustus 1704–1742 (co-regent)
United with Anhalt-Zerbst in 1742.