Isenburg-Wied

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County of Isenburg-Wied
Grafschaft Isenburg-Wied
State of the Holy Roman Empire
1388–1462
Capital Neuwied
Government Principality
Historical era Middle Ages
 •  Isenburg-Braunsberg inherits the County of Wied 1243
 •  Renamed from Isenburg-Braunsberg 1388
 •  Superseded by Wied 1462
Preceded by
Succeeded by
Isenburg-Braunsberg
Wied-Grafschaft.PNG County of Wied
County of Wied Wied-Grafschaft.PNG

Isenburg-Wied was the name of a state of the Holy Roman Empire, based around Neuwied in modern Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany. It was renamed from Isenburg-Braunsberg in 1388, and was superseded by Wied in 1462.

Name Reign Notes
William II 1388–1409 Count of Isenburg-Braunsberg prior to 1388
Gerlach I 1409–1413
William III 1413–1462
John II 1415–1454