List of states in the Holy Roman Empire (N)

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This is a list of states in the Holy Roman Empire beginning with the letter N:

Name Type Circle Bench Formed Notes
Namur Arms.svg Namur County
1194: Margaviate
Burg n/a 998: Gau count in Lommegau invested with title Namur 1067: Partitioned into itself and Durbuy
1099: Acquired Brunengeruz
1102: Partitioned into itself and La Roche
c. 1147: Acquired Durbuy
1153: Acquired La Roche
1155: Acquired Grevenmacher
1189: La Roche and Durbuy to Luxembourg; Namur made a fief of Hainaut
1194: HRE Margrave
1256: To Luxembourg
1268: To Flanders
1305: Partitioned from Flanders
1362: Imperial immediacy
1429: Sold to Burgundy
1483: To the Burgundian Netherlands
1516: To the Spanish Netherlands
1713: To the Austrian Netherlands
1794: To France
1815: To the Netherlands
1830: To Belgium
Blason famille de Nassau.svg Nassau County n/a n/a 1159: Counts of Laurenburg assumed the name Nassau; fief of the Archbishopric of Trier 1192: Imperial immediacy
1255: Partitioned into Nassau Ottonian Line and Nassau Walramian Line
Blason famille de Nassau.svg Nassau
Duke of Nassau, Count Palatine of the Rhine, Count of Sayn, Königstein, Katzenelnbogen & Dietz, Burgrave of Hammerstein, Lord of Mahlberg, Wiesbaden, Idstein, Merenberg, Limburg & Eppstein
Duchy n/a n/a 1806: Formed for Nassau-Usingen 1866: To Prussia
Blason famille de Nassau.svg Nassau-Beilstein County Low Rhen WE 1343: Partitioned from Nassau-Siegen 1380: Partitioned into itself and Nassau-Liebenscheid
1425: Partitioned into itself and Nassau-Liebenscheid
1513: Partitioned into itself and Nassau-Liebenscheid
1561: Extinct; to Nassau-Dillenburg
1607: Partitioned from Nassau-Dillenburg
1620: Inherited and renamed to Nassau-Dillenburg
Blason famille de Nassau.svg Nassau-Breda County Low Rhen WE 1475: Partitioned from Nassau-Dillenburg
1538: In personal union with Châlon-Orange
1544: Extinct; to Nassau-Dillenburg
Blason famille de Nassau.svg Nassau-Dillenburg County
1654: Principality
Low Rhen WE 1303: Partitioned from Nassau Ottonian Line 1308: Acquired Kalenberg as fief of the Bishopric of Worms
1310: Acquired Nederoth and Heimau
1328: Extinct; given to Otto II of Nassau-Siegen, a son of the ruling count
1343: Acquired half of Nassau-Siegen
1403: Acquired Breda by marriage
1475: Partitioned into Nassau-Breda and itself
1559: Partitioned into Orange-Nassau and itself
1607: Partitioned into itself, Nassau-Siegen, Nassau-Beilstein, Nassau-Dietz and Nassau-Hadamar
1654: HRE Prince
1739: Extinct; divided between Nassau-Siegen Catholic Line and Orange-Nassau
Blason famille de Nassau.svg Nassau-Dietz County
1654: Principality
Low Rhen WE 1607: Partitioned from Nassau-Dillenburg 1654: HRE Prince
1702: Superseded by Orange-Nassau
Blason famille de Nassau.svg Nassau-Gleiberg County Upp Rhen WT 1593: Partitioned from Nassau-Weilburg 1602: Extinct; to Nassau-Ottweiler
1627: Partitioned from Nassau-Saarbrücken
1632: Extinct; divided between Nassau-Saarbrücken, Nassau-Idstein and Nassau-Weilburg
Blason famille de Nassau.svg Nassau-Hadamar County
1650: Principality
Low Rhen WE 1303: Partitioned from Nassau Ottonian Line 1394: Extinct; to Nassau-Dillenburg
1607: Partitioned from Nassau-Dillenburg
1643: Esterau and Isselbach sold to Holzappel
1650: HRE Prince
1711: Extinct; divided between Orange-Nassau, Nassau-Dillenburg, Nassau-Siegen Catholic Line and Nassau-Siegen Calvinist Line
Blason famille de Nassau.svg Nassau-Idstein County
1688: Principality
Upp Rhen WT 1370: Partitioned from Nassau-Wiesbaden-Idstein 1386: Renamed to Nassau-Wiesbaden-Idstein
1480: Partitioned from Nassau-Wiesbaden-Idstein
1509: Extinct; to Nassau-Wiesbaden
1627: Partitioned from Nassau-Saarbrücken
1635: Under imperial ban
1648: Restored
1688: HRE Prince
1721: Extinct; to Nassau-Ottweiler
Blason famille de Nassau.svg Nassau-Liebenscheid County Low Rhen WE 1380: Partitioned from Nassau-Beilstein 1414/8: Extinct; to Nassau-Beilstein
1425: Partitioned from Nassau-Beilstein
1477: Extinct; to Nassau-Beilstein
1513: Partitioned from Nassau-Beilstein
1556: Extinct; to Nassau-Beilstein
Blason famille de Nassau.svg Nassau-Neuweilnau County Upp Rhen WT 1561: Partitioned from Nassau-Weilburg 1574: Acquired Saarbrücken, Saarwerden and Stauf
1602: Extinct; to Nassau-Ottweiler
Blason famille de Nassau.svg Nassau-Orange
See: Orange-Nassau
Blason famille de Nassau.svg Nassau-Orange-Fulda County
1688: Principality
Upp Rhen PR 1802: Created for William V of Orange-Nassau in Corvey and Fulda 1803: Acquired Dietkirchen, Dortmund and Weingarten Abbey
1804: Bandern and St Gerold sold to Austria
1806: Acquired Orange-Nassau; lost Dietkirchen and Orange-Nassau to Berg; Corvey, Dortmund and Fulda to France; and Weingarten to Württemberg
Blason famille de Nassau.svg Nassau Ottonian Line County n/a n/a 1255: Partitioned from Nassau 1303: Partitioned into Nassau-Siegen, Nassau-Hadamar and Nassau-Dillenburg
Blason famille de Nassau.svg Nassau-Ottweiler County Upp Rhen WT 1593: Partitioned from Nassau-Weilburg 1602: Renamed to Nassau-Saarbrücken
1659: Partitioned from Nassau-Saarbrücken
1728: Extinct; to Nassau-Usingen
Blason famille de Nassau.svg Nassau-Saarbrücken County
1735: Principality
Upp Rhen WT 1442: Partitioned from Nassau-Weilburg 1574: Extinct; divided between Nassau-Weilburg (Ottweiler, Homburg, Kirchheim and Lahr-Mahlberg) and Nassau-Neuweilnau (Saarbrücken, Saarwerden and Stauf)
1602: Renamed from Nassau-Ottweiler
1627: Partitioned into itself, Nassau-Idstein, Nassau-Weilburg and Nassau-Gleiberg
1635: Under imperial ban
1648: Restored
1659: Partitioned into Nassau-Ottweiler, itself and Nassau-Usingen
1723: Extinct; to Nassau-Ottweiler
1735: Partitioned from Nassau-Usingen
1795: To France
1797: Extinct; rights to Nassau-Usingen
Blason famille de Nassau.svg Nassau-Schaumburg County
1654: Principality
Low Rhen WE 1648: Count of Holzappel by marriage 1676: Extinct; to Anhalt-Bernburg-Schaumburg-Hoym
Blason famille de Nassau.svg Nassau-Siegen County
1707: Principality
Low Rhen WE 1303: Partitioned from Nassau Ottonian Line 1343: Partitioned into Nassau-Dillenburg and Nassau-Beilstein
1607: Partitioned from Nassau-Dillenburg
1648: Partitioned into Nassau-Siegen Catholic Line and Nassau-Siegen Calvinist Line
1707: Reunited by Nassau-Siegen Calvinist Line
1735: Extinct; divided between Nassau-Dillenburg and Orange-Nassau
Blason famille de Nassau.svg Nassau-Siegen Calvinist Line County
1664: Principality
Low Rhen WE 1648: Partitioned from Nassau-Siegen 1664: HRE Prince
1707: Renamed to Nassau-Siegen
Blason famille de Nassau.svg Nassau-Siegen Catholic Line County
1652: Principality
Low Rhen WE 1648: Partitioned from Nassau-Siegen 1652: HRE Prince
1707: To Nassau-Siegen Calvinist Line
1739: Acquired half of Nassau-Dillenburg
1742: Sold to Orange-Nassau
1743: Extinct
Blason famille de Nassau.svg Nassau-Sonnenberg County n/a n/a 1355: Partitioned from Nassau Walramian Line 1390: Extinct; to Nassau-Weilburg
Blason famille de Nassau.svg Nassau-Usingen County
1688: Principality
Upp Rhen WT 1659: Partitioned from Nassau-Saarbrücken 1688: HRE Prince
1735: Partitioned into itself and Nassau-Saarbrücken
1795: Left bank territories to France
1803: Compensated with lands from Cologne, Hesse-Cassel, Hesse-Darmstadt, Mainz and the Palatinate
1806: Formed the Duchy of Nassau
Blason famille de Nassau.svg Nassau Walramian Line County n/a n/a 1255: Partitioned from Nassau 1294: Acquired Weilburg
1333: Acquired Merenberg by marriage
1355: Partitioned into Nassau-Wiesbaden-Idstein, Nassau-Weilburg and Nassau-Sonnenberg
Blason famille de Nassau.svg Nassau-Weilburg County
1688: Principality
Upp Rhen WT / PR 1355: Partitioned from Nassau Walramian Line 1381: Acquired Saarbrücken-Commercy by marriage
1442: Partitioned into itself and Nassau-Saarbrücken
1561: Partitioned into itself and Nassau-Neuweilnau
1574: Acquired half of Nassau-Saarbrücken
1593: Partitioned into Nassau-Ottweiler, itself and Nassau-Gleiberg
1597: Extinct; to Nassau-Ottweiler
1627: Partitioned from Nassau-Saarbrücken
1635: Under imperial ban
1648: Restored
1688: HRE Prince
1737: Bench of Secular Princes
1806: To the Duchy of Nassau
Blason famille de Nassau.svg Nassau-Wiesbaden County Upp Rhen WT 1370: Partitioned from Nassau-Wiesbaden-Idstein 1386: Extinct; to Nassau-Idstein
1480: Partitioned from Nassau-Wiesbaden-Idstein
1509: Renamed to Nassau-Wiesbaden-Idstein
Blason famille de Nassau.svg Nassau-Wiesbaden-Idstein County Upp Rhen WT 1355: Partitioned from Nassau Walramian Line 1370: Partitioned into Nassau-Wiesbaden and Nassau-Idstein
1386: Reunited by Nassau-Idstein
1480: Partitioned into Nassau-Wiesbaden and Nassau-Idstein
1509: Reunited by Nassau-Wiesbaden
1605: Extinct; to Nassau-Saarbrücken
Armoiries Raugraf 1.svg Naumburg
See: Baumburg
Raugraviate
CoA Naumburg Bishopric.svg Naumburg-Zeitz Bishopric Upp Sax EC 968: Extablished at Zeitz 1029: Relocated to Naumburg
1564: To Saxony; abolished
CoA Everstein Family.svg Naugard County n/a n/a 1078: To Eberstein-Naugard as fief of the Bishopric of Kammin 1534: To Pomerania-Wolgast
CoA Imperial Free City Arms.svg Neckargemünd Imperial City n/a n/a 1286: Imperial Free City 1395: To the Palatinate
CoA Neipperg County.svg Neipperg Lordship
1726: County
Swab SC 1241: First mentioned; a branch of Schwaigern that was a fief of the Bishopric of Würzburg 1364: Acquired Schwaigern as fief of the Palatinate
1434: Acquired Adelshofen (de) as fief of Württemberg
1520: Partitioned into Neipperg-Adelshofen and Neipperg-Schwaigern
1726: Renamed from Neipperg-Schwaigern
1766: Bench of Counts of Swabia
1806: To Württemberg
CoA Neipperg County.svg Neipperg-Adelshofen Lordship n/a n/a 1520: Partitioned from Neipperg 1708: Extinct; to Neipperg-Schwaigern
CoA Neipperg County.svg Neipperg-Klingenberg Lordship n/a n/a 1652: Partitioned from Neipperg-Schwaigern 1672: Extinct; to Neipperg-Schwaigern
CoA Neipperg County.svg Neipperg-Streichenberg Lordship n/a n/a 1581: Partitioned from Neipperg-Schwaigern 1649: Extinct; to Neipperg-Schwaigern
CoA Neipperg County.svg Neipperg-Schwaigern Lordship
1672: Barony
n/a n/a 1520: Partitioned from Neipperg 1581: Partitioned into itself and Neipperg-Streichenberg
1652: Partitioned into Neipperg-Klingenberg and itself
1672: HRE Baron
1726: HRE Count; renamed to Neipperg
CoA Nellenburg Landgraviate.svg Nellenburg County
1401: Landgraviate
n/a n/a 958: First mentioned; branch of the Eberhardinger 1105: Partitioned into itself and Mörsberg
1170: Extinct; to Veringen
1216-22: Partitioned from Veringen
12??: Acquired Stockach
1401: Acquired Hegau and Madach
1422: Extinct; to Tengen
1465: Sold to Austria; attached to Further Austria
1805: To Württemberg
1810: Parts to Baden
CoA Neresheim Abbey, BW.svg Neresheim (St Ulrich and St Afra in Neresheim) Abbacy Swab SP 1095 1764: Imperial immediacy
1803: To Thurn and Taxis
1806: To Bavaria
1810: To Württemberg
CoA Nesselrode Family.svg Nesselrode (Nesselrath) Lordship n/a n/a 1303: First mentioned as a vassal of Deutz Abbey 1335: Vassal of Guelders
1368: Vassal of Berg
1396: Acquired Ehreshoven
1429: Acquired Herten
1436: Acquired Herrnstein (Stein)
1477: Partitioned into Nesselrode-Stein, Nesselrode-Ehrenstein and Nesselrode-Ereshoven
1508: Acquired Hugenpoet
1511: Acquired Ketteler
CoA Nesselrode Family.svg Nesselrode-Ehrenstein Lordship n/a n/a 1477: Partitioned from Nesselrode 1524: Extinct; to Rennenberg
1574: To Loe-Wissen
1582: To Nesselrode-Stein
CoA Nesselrode Family.svg Nesselrode-Ereshoven Lordship
1653: Barony
1705: County
n/a n/a 1477: Partitioned from Nesselrode 1500: Acquired Palsterkamp
1511: Partitioned into Nesselrode-Palsterkamp and itself
1653: HRE Baron
1705: HRE Count
1806: Mediatised
CoA Nesselrode Family.svg Nesselrode-Herten Lordship n/a n/a 1569: Partitioned from Nesselrode-Stein 1589: Extinct; to Nesselrode-Stein
CoA Nesselrode Family.svg Nesselrode-Hugenpoet Lordship
1653: Barony
n/a n/a 1508: Created when John of Nesselrode acquired Hugenpoet; fief of Cleves 1653: HRE Baron
CoA Nesselrode Family.svg Nesselrode-Landskron Barony
1710: County
Low Rhen WE 1708: Renamed from Nesselrode-Rhade 1710: HRE Count
1776: Acquired Reichenstein
1806: To Berg and Nassau
CoA Nesselrode Family.svg Nesselrode-Palsterkamp Lordship
1653: Barony
1705: County
n/a n/a 1511: Partitioned from Nesselrode-Ereshoven 1533: Extinct; to Loe von Wissem
CoA Nesselrode Family.svg Nesselrode-Reichenstein Barony
1702: HRE County
Low Rhen WE 1698: Renamed from Nesselrode-Reichenstein after purchase of Reichenstein 1702: HRE County; Lower Rhenish-Westphalian Circle and Bench of Counts of Westphalia
1776: Extinct; to Nesselrode-Landskron
CoA Nesselrode Family.svg Nesselrode-Rhade (Nesselrode-Rath, Nesselrode-Rheydt) Lordship
1652: Barony
n/a n/a 1569: Partitioned from Nesselrode-Stein 1585: Extinct; divided between Nesselrode-Herten and Nesselrode-Stein
1624: Partitioned from Nesselrode-Stein
1652: HRE Baron
1696: Acquired Landskron
1708: Renamed to Nesselrode-Landskron
CoA Nesselrode Family.svg Nesselrode-Stein Lordship
1652: Barony
n/a n/a 1477: Partitioned from Nesselrode 1478: Acquired Rhade
1582: Acquired Ehrenstein
1569: Partitioned into Nesselrode-Herten, itself and Nesselrode-Rhade
1615: Acquired Lüttinghof
1624: Partitioned into itself and Nesselrode-Rhade
1652: HRE Baron
1698: Acquired Reichenstein; renamed to Nesselrode-Reichenstein
CoA Neubruchhausen County.svg Neubruchhausen County n/a n/a 1234: Partitioned from Bruchhausen 1384: To Hoya
1388: Extinct
CoA Neuburg County.svg Neuburg County n/a n/a c. 1050: First mentioned; to Formbach-Neuburg 1158: To Andechs-Meran
1248: To Bavaria
1283: To Austria
1463: To Rohrbach
1469: To Ortenburg
1473: To Austria
1497: To Bavaria-Landshut
1503: To Bavaria
1507: To Austria
1514: To Canissa as fief of Austria
1528: To Salm-Neuburg as fief of Austria
1654: To Sinzendorf as fief of Austria
1680: To Austria
1698: To Hamilton as fief of Austria
1719: To Lamberg-Sprinzenstein as fief of Austria
1730: To the Bishopric of Passau as fief of Austria
1803: To Bavaria
1815: Divided between Austria and Bavaria
Blason Comtes de Neuchâtel (Neubourg).svg Neuchâtel (Neuchatel, Neuenburg)
Sovereign Prince and Count of Neuchâtel and Count of Valangin
County
1643: Principality
n/a n/a 1032: First mentioned as belonging to the Kingdom of Burgundy 1034: To Fenis; Counts of Neuchâtel
1218: Partitioned into Neuchâtel German Line and Neuchâtel Romance Line
1288: Romance line extinct; given to Chalon-Arly who took the name Neuchâtel
1373: Extinct in male line
1375: Acquired Neuchâtel-Nidau by marriage
1395: Extinct; to Freiburg
1444: To Hachberg-Sausenberg
1503: Extinct in male line
1504: To Orléans-Longueville by marriage
1643: HRE Prince
1648: Left the empire as ally of the Swiss Confederation
1707: In personal union with Prussia
1806: To France
1814: In personal union with Prussia
1815: Joined Switzerland
Blason Comtes de Neuchâtel (Neubourg).svg Neuchâtel-Aarberg County n/a n/a 1225: Partitioned from Neuchâtel German Line 1276: Partitioned into Neuchâtel-Aarberg-Aarberg and Neuchâtel-Aarberg-Valangin
Blason Comtes de Neuchâtel (Neubourg).svg Neuchâtel-Aarberg-Aarberg County n/a n/a 1276: Partitioned from Neuchâtel-Aarberg 1367: Sold Aarberg to Neuchâtel-Nidau; then extinct in male line
1377: Rest sold to de la Tour-Châtillon
Blason Comtes de Neuchâtel (Neubourg).svg Neuchâtel-Aarberg-Valangin County n/a n/a 1276: Partitioned from Neuchâtel-Aarberg 1407: Sold Willisau to Lucerne
1450: Imperial immediacy
1517: Extinct; to Challant
Blason Comtes de Neuchâtel (Neubourg).svg Neuchâtel German Line (Deutsh-Neuchâtel) County n/a n/a 1218: Partitioned from Neuchâtel 1225: Partitioned into Neuchâtel-Nidau, Neuchâtel-Strassberg and Neuchâtel-Aarberg
Blason Comtes de Neuchâtel (Neubourg).svg Neuchâtel-Nidau County n/a n/a 1225: Partitioned from Neuchâtel German Line 1375: Extinct; to Neuchâtel by marriage
Blason Comtes de Neuchâtel (Neubourg).svg Neuchâtel Romance Line (Welsch-Neuchâtel) County n/a n/a 1218: Partitioned from Neuchâtel 1288: Extinct; to Chalon-Arly who took the name Neuchâtel
Blason Comtes de Neuchâtel (Neubourg).svg Neuchâtel-Strassberg County n/a n/a 1225: Partitioned from Neuchâtel German Line 1327: Sold Balm to Neuchâtel-Nidau
c. 1360: Rest sold to Neuchâtel-Nidau
1364: Extinct
Armoiries de Neuenahr.svg Neuenahr County n/a n/a 1225: Partitioned from Are-Nürburg (Nürburg) 1276: Partitioned into Neuenahr-Neuenahr and Neuenahr-Rösberg
1419: Annexed to Virneburg
1545: To Julich
Armoiries de Neuenahr.svg Neuenahr-Alpen County El Rhin WE 1465: Partitioned from Neuenahr-Rösberg 1542: Acquired Limburg
1589: Extinct in male line; divided between itself, Limburg and Neuenahr-Bedburg
1602: Acquired Limburg
1610: Extinct; to Bentheim-Tecklenburg-Rheda
Armoiries de Neuenahr.svg Neuenahr-Bedburg County El Rhin WE 1465: Partitioned from Neuenahr-Rösberg 1519: Acquired Moers
1578: Extinct; to Neuenahr-Alpen
1589: Partitioned from Neuenahr-Alpen
1600: Extinct; to Orange-Nassau
Armoiries de Neuenahr.svg Neuenahr-Neuenahr County n/a n/a 1276: Partitioned from Neuenahr 1358: Extinct in male line; succession dispute between Neuenahr-Rösberg and Saffenburg
1371: To Saffenburg-Neuenahr
1382: Made fief of the Archbishopric of Cologne
1424: To Virneburg-Saffenburg as fief of the Archbishopric of Cologne
1546: To Jülich
Armoiries de Neuenahr.svg Neuenahr-Rösberg County n/a n/a 1276: Partitioned from Neuenahr 1465: Partitioned into itself, Neuenahr-Alpen and Neuenahr-Bedburg
1484: Extinct; to Neuenahr-Bedburg
Armoiries Raugraf 1.svg Neuenbaumburg (Neuenbaumberg) Raugraviate n/a n/a 1253: Partitioned from Baumburg 1338: Half sold to Mainz
1457: Extinct; rest to Mainz
CoA Neuenburg am Rhein.svg Neuenburg am Rhein Imperial City n/a n/a 1219: Imperial Free City Formerly a territory of Zähringen
1311: To Austria; attached to Further Austria
Brandenburg Arms.svg Neumark Margraviate n/a n/a 1252: Brandenburg and Magdeburg purchased the Lubusz Land The Neumark was gradually expanded eastwards through acquisitions from Poland and the Teutonic Order
1402: Sold to the Teutonic Order
1463: Sold to Brandenburg
1535: To Brandenburg-Küstrin
1571: To Brandenburg
CoA Nickenich Lordship.svg Nickenich Lordship n/a n/a 1163: First mention of the Knights of Nickenich 1376: Acquired Weiherhofe as fief of the Archbishopric of Cologne
1440: Lost Weiherhofe
1444: Enfoeffed to the Archbishopric of Trier
1546: To Leyen-Saffig as fief of the Archbishopric of Trier
1611: To Leyen-Nickenich as fief of the Archbishopric of Trier
1714: To Leyen-Hohengeroldseck as fief of the Archbishopric of Trier
1795: To France
1815: To Prussia
CoA Nidda County.svg Nidda County n/a n/a c. 1065: Volkold I of Malsburg enfoeffed with Bingenheim by Fulda Abbey; assumed the name Nidda 1187: Most of Nidda given to the Order of St John
1191: Extinct; to Ziegenhain as fief of Fulda Abbey
1234: Imperial immediacy in the City of Nidda
1258: Partitioned from Ziegenhain
1333: Extinct; to Ziegenhain
CoA Nidwalden Canton.svg Nidwalden Imperial Valley n/a n/a To Lenzburg 1173: To Habsburg
1291: With Obwalden became a founding member of the Swiss League
1324: Imperial immediacy
1648: Left Empire as member of Swiss Confederation
CoA Lower-Isenburg.svg Nieder-Isenburg
See: Lower Isenburg
CoA Niedermünster Abbey Regensburg.svg Niedermünster in Regensburg Abbacy Bav RP 788? 1002: Imperial immediacy
1803: To the Archbishopric of Regensburg
Armoiries de Salm 1.svg Niedersalm
See: Salm in the Ardennes
County
CoA Hoya County.svg Nienburg County n/a n/a 1215: Acquired by Hoya 1345: To Hoya and Bruchhausen, commonly called Nienburg
1582: To Brunswick-Calenberg
Coats of arms of None.svg Nienburg Abbacy n/a n/a 970 10th Century: Imperial immediacy
1166: To the Archbishopric of Magdeburg
1593: To Anhalt
1680: Suppressed
Blason Nomeny 54.svg Nomény
See: Lorraine-Nomény
Blason Strasbourg.svg Nordgau
See: Lower Alsace
CoA Schweinfurt, Bavaria.svg Nordgau Margraviate n/a n/a Originally a gau county of Bavaria between Neuburg and Regensburg 939: Separated from Bavaria and invested to Schweinfurt
1004: Temporal authority given to the Bishopric of Bamberg
1060: By 1060 extended to the Main and the Egerland
c. 1073: Invested to Vohburg
1255: To Bavaria
1329: To the Palatinate; henceforth known as Upper Palatinate
CoA Nordhausen, Thuringia.svg Nordhausen Imperial City Low Sax RH 1220: Imperial Free City 1802: To Prussia
1807: To Westphalia
1813: To Prussia
CoA Nördlingen, Bavaria.svg Nördlingen Imperial City Swab SW 1215: Imperial Free City 1802: To Bavaria
Brandenburg Arms.svg Nordmark (Northern March) Margraviate n/a n/a 965: Partitioned from Marca Geronis 983: Abandoned in the Great Wendish Rebellion
1134: Reestablished
1150: Inherited Brandenburg; henceforth known as the Margraviate of Brandenburg
ROU AB Sebes CoA1.png Northeim County n/a n/a c. 950: First mentioned 1144: Extinct; to Saxony
Brandenburg Arms.svg Northern March
See: Nordmark
CoA Nostiz Family.svg Nostitz-Rieneck (Nostiz-Rieneck) County Franc FR 1673: Line established when John Hartwig of Nostitz-Rokitnitz purchased Rieneck 1803: Rieneck sold to Colloredo-Mansfeld
CoA Nürburg County.svg Nürburg County n/a n/a 1144: Partitioned from Are (Are-Nürburg) 1218: Partitioned into itself and Neuenahr
1290: Extinct; to the Archbishopric of Cologne
Wappen Burggrafen von Nürnberg (Haus Raas).svg Nuremberg Burgraviate
1363: Princely Burgraviate
n/a n/a 1105: Established for Raab 1192: Extinct; to Zollern
1218: Partitioned from Zollern
1248: Acquired Bayreuth
1331: Acquired Ansbach
1340: Acquired Kulmbach and Plassenburg
1363: HRE Princely Burgrave
1417: Acquired and henceforth known as the Electorate of Brandenburg
1427: Burgraviate sold to city
1440: Partitioned into Brandenburg-Ansbach and Brandenburg-Bayreuth
CoA Nuremberg, Bavaria.svg Nuremberg Imperial City Franc SW 1219: Free Imperial City 1427: Acquired Castle of Nuremberg
1505: Gained territory after Landshut War of Succession
1806: To Bavaria

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