List of states in the Holy Roman Empire (P)

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

Name Type Circle Bench Formed Notes
CoA Paderborn Bishopric Old Arms.svg Paderborn Bishopric Low Rhen EC 799 881: Granted territory in fief to Saxony
1180: Made fief of the Archbishopric of Cologne
1281: Imperial immediacy; HRE Prince of the Empire
1802: To Prussia
1807: To Westphalia
1813: To Prussia
Armoiries Bavière-Palatinat.svg Palatinate (Kurpfalz)
Count Palatine of the Rhine, Arch-Steward and Prince-Elector of the Holy Roman Empire
County Palatine
1314: Duchy
1356: Electorate
El Rhine EL 915: Origins in County Palatine of Lotharingia 945: County Palatine of Lorraine
1095: County Palatine of the Rhine
1214: Extinct; to Bavaria
1255: To Upper Bavaria
1314: Partitioned from Upper Bavaria
1356: Electorate confirmed in the Golden Bull
1410: Partitioned into itself, Palatinate-Neumarkt, Palatinate-Simmern-Zweibrücken and Palatinate-Mosbach
1524: Appanage Palatinate-Neumarkt created
1556: Inherited by Palatinate-Neuburg
1559: Inherited by Palatinate-Simmern; Neuburg to Palatinate-Zweibrücken
1576: Partitioned into itself and Palatinate-Lautern
1610: Partitioned into itself and Palatinate-Simmern-Kaiserslautern
1621: Under imperial ban; occupied by the Emperor
1623: Electoral title and Upper Palatinate to Bavaria; Parkstein, Peilstein and Weiden to Palatinate-Neuburg
1648: Restored in the Lower Palatinate with new Electoral title
1685: Inherited by Palatinate-Zweibrücken-Neuburg; War of the Palatinian Succession
1697: Acquired Megen
1742: Inherited by Palatinate-Sulzbach
1777: In personal union with Bavaria
Armoiries Bavière-Palatinat.svg Palatinate-Burglengenfeld Duchy Bav PR 1535: Partitioned from Palatinate-Neuburg 1540: Reunited with Palatinate-Neuburg
Armoiries Bavière-Palatinat.svg Palatinate-Guttenberg Duchy Upp Rhen PR 1592: Partitioned from Palatinate-Veldenz 1611: Renamed to Palatinate-Guttenberg-Lützelstein
Armoiries Bavière-Palatinat.svg Palatinate-Guttenberg-Lützelstein Duchy Upp Rhen PR 1611: Renamed from Palatinate-Guttenberg after inheritance of Palatinate-Lützelstein 1654: Extinct; to Palatinate-Veldenz
Armoiries Bavière-Palatinat.svg Palatinate-Hilpoltstein Duchy n/a n/a 1614: Appanage created within Palatinate-Zweibrücken-Neuburg 1644: Extinct; to Palatinate-Zweibrücken-Neuburg
Armoiries Bavière-Palatinat.svg Palatinate-Lautern Duchy Upp Rhen PR 1576: Partitioned from the Palatinate 1592: Extinct; to the Palatinate
Armoiries Bavière-Palatinat.svg Palatinate-Lützelstein Duchy Upp Rhen PR 1592: Partitioned from Palatinate-Veldenz 1611: Extinct; to Palatinate-Guttenberg
Armoiries Bavière-Palatinat.svg Palatinate-Mosbach Duchy n/a n/a 1410: Partitioned from the Palatinate 1448: Acquired Neumarkt; renamed to Palatinate-Mosbach-Neumarkt
Armoiries Bavière-Palatinat.svg Palatinate-Mosbach-Neumarkt Duchy n/a n/a 1448: Renamed from Palatinate-Mosbach after acquisition of Palatinate-Neumarkt 1499: Extinct; to the Palatinate
Armoiries Bavière-Palatinat.svg Palatinate-Neuburg Duchy Bav PR 1505: Created for Otto Henry and Philip around Neuburg following the Landshut War of Succession 1535: Partitioned into itself and Palatinate-Burglengenfeld
1556: Inherited and superseded by the Palatinate
Armoiries Bavière-Palatinat.svg Palatinate-Neumarkt Duchy n/a n/a 1410: Partitioned from the Palatinate 1443: In personal union with Denmark, Norway and Sweden
1448: Extinct; to Palatinate-Mosbach
1524: Appanage created within the Palatinate
1558: Extinct; to the Palatinate
Armoiries Bavière-Palatinat.svg Palatinate-Simmern Duchy Upp Rhen PR 1459: Partitioned from Palatinate-Simmern-Zweibrücken 1559: Inherited the Palatinate; Palatinate-Simmern-Sponheim to George following the house agreement for the succession of the Elector Palatine; outer lying territories passed to Palatinate-Zweibrücken
Armoiries Bavière-Palatinat.svg Palatinate-Simmern-Kaiserslautern Duchy Upp Rhen PR 1610: Partitioned from the Palatinate 1674: Extinct; to the Palatinate
Armoiries Bavière-Palatinat.svg Palatinate-Simmern-Sponheim Duchy Upp Rhen PR 1559: Core of Palatinate-Simmern to George 1598: Extinct; to the Palatinate
Armoiries Bavière-Palatinat.svg Palatinate-Simmern-Zweibrücken Duchy n/a n/a 1410: Partitioned from the Palatinate 1444: Acquired Veldenz by marriage
1459: Partitioned into Palatinate-Simmern and Palatinate-Zweibrücken
Armoiries Bavière-Palatinat.svg Palatinate-Sulzbach Duchy Bav PR 1614: Appanage created within Palatinate-Zweibrücken-Neuburg 1656: Imperial immediacy
1714: Acquired Parkstein and Weiden
1732: Acquired Bergen op Zoom
1742: Inherited and superseded by the Palatinate
Armoiries Bavière-Palatinat.svg Palatinate-Veldenz Duchy Upp Rhen PR 1543: Partitioned from Palatinate-Zweibrücken 1552: Acquired Remigiusland
1553: Acquired Lützelstein, 1/2 of Guttenberg and 2/3 of Alsenz
1592: Partitioned into itself, Palatinate-Lützelstein and Palatinate-Guttenberg
1694: Extinct; divided between the Palatinate, Palatinate-Sulzbach and Palatinate-Zweibrücken-Birkenfeld
Armoiries Bavière-Palatinat.svg Palatinate-Zweibrücken Duchy Upp Rhen PR 1444: Partitioned from Palatinate-Simmern-Zweibrücken 1505: Acquired Kleeburg and half of Guttenberg
1543: Partitioned into itself and Palatinate-Veldenz
1559: Acquired Palatinate-Neuburg
1569: Partitioned into Palatinate-Zweibrücken-Neuburg, Palatinate-Zweibrücken-Zweibrücken, Palatinate-Zweibrücken-Sulzbach, Palatinate-Zweibrücken-Vohenstrauss-Parkstein and Palatinate-Zweibrücken-Birkenfeld
1733: Reunited by Palatinate-Zweibrücken-Birkenfeld-Bischweiler
1793: To France
1799: Inherited and superseded by Bavaria-Palatinate
Armoiries Bavière-Palatinat.svg Palatinate-Zweibrücken-Birkenfeld Duchy Bav PR 1569: Partitioned from Palatinate-Zweibrücken 1616: Acquired portion of Sponheim
1630: Sideline Palatinate-Zweibrücken-Birkenfeld-Bischweiler created
1671: Extinct; to Palatinate-Zweibrücken-Birkenfeld-Bischweiler
Armoiries Bavière-Palatinat.svg Palatinate-Zweibrücken-Birkenfeld-Bischweiler Duchy Bav PR 1630: Created when Christian I of Palatinate-Zweibrücken-Birkenfeld acquired Bischweiler 1673: Acquired Rappoltstein
1681: Partitioned into itself and Palatinate-Zweibrücken-Birkenfeld-Gelnhausen
1733: Renamed to Palatinate-Zweibrücken
Armoiries Bavière-Palatinat.svg Palatinate-Zweibrücken-Birkenfeld-Gelnhausen Duchy Bav PR 1681: Partitioned from Palatinate-Zweibrücken-Birkenfeld-Bischweiler 1789: To France
1799: Received title Duke in Bavaria
Armoiries Bavière-Palatinat.svg Palatinate-Zweibrücken-Kleeberg Duchy Upp Rhen PR 1604: Partitioned from Palatinate-Zweibrücken-Zweibrücken 1654: Inherited Sweden; Kleeberg passed to Adolph John I
1731: Extinct; to Palatinate-Birkenfeld-Bischweiler
Armoiries Bavière-Palatinat.svg Palatinate-Zweibrücken-Landsberg Duchy Upp Rhen PR 1604: Partitioned from Palatinate-Zweibrücken-Zweibrücken 1681: Extinct; to Sweden
Armoiries Bavière-Palatinat.svg Palatinate-Zweibrücken-Neuburg Duchy Bav PR 1569: Partitioned from Palatinate-Zweibrücken 1609-14: War of the Jülich Succession against Brandenburg
1614: Acquired Jülich and Berg; appanages Palatinate-Sulzbach and Palatinate-Hilpoltstein created
1656: Appanage Palatinate-Sulzbach granted independence
1685: Inherited and superseded by the Palatinate
Armoiries Bavière-Palatinat.svg Palatinate-Zweibrücken-Sulzbach Duchy Bav PR 1569: Partitioned from Palatinate-Zweibrücken 1604: Extinct; to Palatinate-Zweibrücken-Neuburg
Armoiries Bavière-Palatinat.svg Palatinate-Zweibrücken-Veldenz Duchy Upp Rhen PR 1604: Partitioned from Palatinate-Zweibrücken-Zweibrücken 1661: Extinct; to Palatinate-Zweibrücken-Landsberg
Armoiries Bavière-Palatinat.svg Palatinate-Zweibrücken-Vohenstrauss-Parkstein Duchy Bav PR 1569: Partitioned from Palatinate-Zweibrücken 1597: Extinct; to Palatinate-Zweibrücken-Neuburg
Armoiries Bavière-Palatinat.svg Palatinate-Zweibrücken-Zweibrücken Duchy Upp Rhen PR 1569: Partitioned from Palatinate-Zweibrücken 1604: Partitioned into Palatinate-Zweibrücken-Veldenz, Palatinate-Zweibrücken-Landsberg and Palatinate-Zweibrücken-Kleeberg
CoA Pappenheim Family.svg Pappenheim
HRE Count & Lord of Pappenheim
Lordship
1628: County
n/a n/a 1111: First mentioned; Hereditary Marshall of the Holy Roman Empire 1279: Partitioned into itself and Biberbach
1356: Hereditary Arch-Marshall of the Holy Roman Empire
1423: Acquired Schweinspoint
1438: Acquired Gräfenthal
1444: Partitioned into Pappenheim-Allgäu, Pappenheim-Gräfenthal, Pappenheim-Treuchtlingen and Pappenheim-Alesheim; Pappenheim itself shared between all lines and led by the most senior ruling lord
1628: HRE Count; senior agnate of the house granted the title of Count
1697: Superseded Pappenheim-Alesheim
1807: To Bavaria
CoA Pappenheim Family.svg Pappenheim-Alesheim Lordship n/a n/a 1444: Partitioned from Pappenheim 1697: Superseded by Pappenheim with the extinction of all other lines
CoA Pappenheim Family.svg Pappenheim-Allgäu Lordship n/a n/a 1444: Partitioned from Pappenheim 1494: Partitioned into Pappenheim-Grönenbach and Pappenheim-Rothenstein
1619: Extinct; to Pappenheim-Stühlingen
CoA Pappenheim Family.svg Pappenheim-Biberbach
See: Biberbach
CoA Pappenheim Family.svg Pappenheim-Gräfenthal Lordship n/a n/a 1444: Partitioned from Pappenheim 1599: Extinct; divided between Pappenheim-Grönenbach and Pappenheim-Stühlingen
CoA Pappenheim Family.svg Pappenheim-Grönenbach Lordship n/a n/a 1494: Partitioned from Pappenheim-Allgäu 1584: Side line Pappenheim-Stühlingen created
1619: Extinct; to Pappenheim-Stühlingen
CoA Pappenheim Family.svg Pappenheim-Rechberg Lordship n/a n/a 1197: Hildebrand of Rechberg named as Marshall by marriage 1226: Title relinquished at death
CoA Pappenheim Family.svg Pappenheim-Rothenstein Lordship n/a n/a 1494: Partitioned from Pappenheim-Allgäu 1616: Extinct; to Fugger-Kirchheim
CoA Pappenheim Family.svg Pappenheim-Schwindegg Lordship n/a n/a 1529: Partitioned from Pappenheim-Treuchtlingen 1568: Inherited and renamed to Pappenheim-Treuchtlingen
CoA Pappenheim Family.svg Pappenheim-Stühlingen County Swab SC 1584: Created when Conrad of Pappenheim-Grönenbach acquired Stühlingen 1613: Sold rights around St. Blaise's Abbey
1621: Sold Gräfenthal to Saxe-Altenburg
1639: Extinct; to Fürstenberg-Stühlingen
CoA Pappenheim Family.svg Pappenheim-Treuchtlingen Lordship n/a n/a 1444: Partitioned from Pappenheim 1529: Partitioned into itself and Pappenheim-Schwindegg
1568: Inherited by and renamed from Pappenheim-Schwindegg
1591: Sold Schwindegg to Haunsperg
1647: Extinct; to Brandenburg-Ansbach
Armoiries Mecklembourg.svg Parchim(-Richenberg) Principality n/a n/a 1226: Partitioned from Mecklenburg 1255: Divided between Mecklenburg, Schwerin and Werle
1256: Obtained Białogard as fief of Pomerania
1270: Renounced claims to Parchim-Richenberg
Armoiries Bavière-Palatinat.svg Parkstein Barony
1776: County
Upp Rhen WE 1762: Karoline Franziska Dorothea, illegitimate daughter of Charles Theodore of Bavaria-Palatinate legimitised; granted Parkstein 1776: HRE Countess
1777: Purchased portion of Reipoltskirchen; Parkstein to Bavaria
1795: To France
1818: Extinct
CoA Passau Bishopric.svg Passau Bishopric Bav EC 737 999: Imperial immediacy
1193: HRE Prince of the Empire
1803: Divided between Bavaria and Salzburg
1805: All to Bavaria
Coats of arms of None.svg Passavant Lordship n/a n/a Originally to lords of Montfaucon 1372: To Montbéliard
1444: To Württemberg
1678: To France
CoA Petershausen Abbey Small Quarter from Old Arms.svg Petershausen Abbacy Swab SP 983 Early 13th Century: Imperial immediacy
1530: To the City of Constance
1556: Restored
1802: To Baden
Coats of arms of None.svg Pettau (March of) – see: Mark an der Drau (AKA Mark/Grafschaft hinter dem Drauwald, Lower Carantanian March, marchia transsilvana)
CoA Pfäfers Abbey.svg Pfäfers Abbacy Swab SP 731 1408: Imperial immediacy
1648: Left the empire as part of Switzerland
Armoiries Bavière-Palatinat.svg Pfalz
See: Palatinate
CoA Pfullendorf, BW.svg Pfullendorf Imperial City Swab SW 1220: Free Imperial City 1803: To Baden
CoA Appiano Family.svg Piombino Lordship
1594: Principality
n/a n/a 1399: Established 1594: HRE Principality
1801: To Etruria
1809: To Tuscany
CoA Pyrmont Family, Eifel.svg Pirmont
See: Pyrmont
CoA Platen Family, Pomerania.svg Platen-Hallermund County Low Rhen WE 1704: Younger German line of the Platen family acquired Hallermund 1709: Lower Rhenish-Westphalian Circle
1807: To Westphalia
1813: To Hanover
CoA Reuss Family.svg Plauen Advocacy (Vogtei) n/a n/a 1244: Partitioned from Plauen and Gera 1302: Partitioned into Plauen Elder Line and Plauen Younger Line
CoA Reuss Family.svg Plauen and Gera Advocacy (Vogtei) n/a n/a 1209: Partitioned from Weida 1240: Acquired Greiz and Reichenbach
1244: Partitioned into Plauen and Gera
CoA Reuss Family.svg Plauen Elder Line Advocacy (Vogtei) n/a n/a 1302: Partitioned from Plauen 1348: Partitioned into Plauen-Mühltroff and Plauen-Plauen
CoA Reuss Family.svg Plauen-Mühltroff Advocacy (Vogtei) n/a n/a 1348: Partitioned from Plauen Elder Line 1363: Country lost to Meissen
1380: Extinct
CoA Reuss Family.svg Plauen-Plauen Advocacy (Vogtei) n/a n/a 1348: Partitioned from Plauen Elder Line 1426: Acquired Burgraviate of Meissen; henceforth known as such
CoA Reuss Family.svg Plauen Younger Line Advocacy (Vogtei) n/a n/a 1302: Partitioned from Plauen 1309: Adopted name Reuss von Plauen
CoA Plesse Lordship.svg Plesse (Plessen) Lordship Upp Rhen WT 1097: First mentioned; known as Höckelheim c. 1150: Assumed the name Plesse; fiefs of Paderborn
c. 1170: Partitioned into Plesse Elder Line and Plesse Younger Line
1284/8: Reunited by Plesse Younger Line
1571: Extinct; to Hesse-Cassel
CoA Plesse Lordship.svg Plesse Elder Line Lordship n/a n/a c. 1170: Partitioned from Plesse 1284/8: Extinct; to Plesse Younger Line
CoA Plesse Lordship.svg Plesse Younger Line Lordship n/a n/a c. 1170: Partitioned from Plesse 1284/8: Renamed to Plesse
CoA Plettenberg Family.svg Plettenberg Lordship n/a n/a 1187: First mentioned; fief of Cologne Partitioned into numerous lines; the most important that of Lenhausen
CoA Plettenberg Family.svg Plettenberg-Lenhausen Lordship
1689: Barony
1724: County
n/a n/a 1474: Partitioned from Plettenberg-Bamenohl c. 1500: Partitioned into itself and Plettenberg-Stockum
1689: HRE Baron
1724: HRE Count; Side line Plettenberg-Wittem founded
1730: Extinct; to Plettenberg-Wittem
CoA Plettenberg Family.svg Plettenberg-Wittem
HRE Count of Plettenberg & Wittem
County Low Rhen WE 1724: Ferdinand of Plettenberg-Lenhausen purchased Wittem, assumed the name Plettenberg-Wittem 1732: Lower Rhenish-Westphalian Circle, Bench of Counts of Westphalia
1801: To France
1803: Compensated with Mietingen and Sulmingen
1806: To Württemberg
CoA Imperial Free City Arms.svg Pluwig Lordship n/a n/a Originally a property of de Ponte (von der Brücken) 1211: To the Cathedral Chapter of Trier; formed an immediate and circle-free lordship
1794: To France
1814: To Prussia
CoA Pomerania Duchy.svg Pomerania Duchy PR Upp Sax 1046: First mentioned; tributary of the Empire 1106: Partitioned into itself and Pomerelia
1120-3: Made fief of Poland
1156: Partitioned into Pomerania-Stettin and Pomerania-Demmin
1264: Reunited by Pomerania-Stettin
1295: Partitioned into Pomerania-Wolgast and Pomerania-Stettin
1478: Reunited by Pomerania-Wolgast
1493: Imperial immediacy
1532: Partitioned into Pomerania-Wolgast and Pomerania-Stettin
1625: Reunited by Pomerania-Stettin
1634: Abdicated; under Imperial, Brandenburgian and Swedish occupation
1637: Extinct
1648: Divided into Swedish Pomerania and Prussian Pomerania
CoA Pomerania Duchy.svg Pomerania-Barth Duchy n/a n/a 1377: Partitioned from Pomerania-Wolgast 1393: Inherited and renamed to Pomerania-Wolgast
1458: Partitioned from Pomerania-Wolgast
1478: Extinct; to Pomerania-Wolgast
1569: Appanage created within Pomerania-Wolgast
1618: Inherited Pomerania-Stettin; appanage abolished
CoA Pomerania Duchy.svg Pomerania-Demmin Duchy n/a n/a 1156: Partitioned from Pomerania 1164: Made fief of Saxony; acquired 1/3 of Wolgast
1180: Extinct; to Pomerania-Stettin
1187: Partitioned from Pomerania-Stettin; fief of Denmark
1234: Rejoined the Empire
1236: Lost Circipania to Mecklenburg-Rostock; made fief of Brandenburg
1264: Extinct; to Pomerania-Stettin
CoA Pomerania Duchy.svg Pomerania-Neustetten Duchy n/a n/a 1372: Partitioned from Pomerania-Wolgast 1390: Extinct; to Pomerania-Stolp
CoA Pomerania Duchy.svg Pomerania-Rügenwalde Duchy n/a n/a 1440: Created for Eric, former king of Denmark, Norway and Sweden 1446: Inherited and renamed to Pomerania-Stolp
1569: Appanage created within Pomerania-Stettin for Barnim X
1600: Inherited Pomerania-Stettin; appanage to Casimir VI
1605: Extinct; to Pomerania-Barth
1606: Appanage invested upon Bogislaw XIV and George II
1620: Inherited Pomerania-Stettin; appanage abolished
CoA Pomerania Duchy.svg Pomerania-Stargard Duchy n/a n/a 1377: Partitioned from Pomerania-Stolp 1395: Inherited and renamed to Pomerania-Stolp
CoA Pomerania Duchy.svg Pomerania-Stettin Duchy PR Upp Sax 1156: Partitioned from Pomerania 1180: Imperial immediacy; acquired Pomerania-Demmin
1185: Made fief of Denmark
1187: Partitioned into itself and Pomerania-Demmin
1227: Rejoined the Empire
1231: Made fief of Brandenburg
1264: Renamed to Pomerania
1295: Partitioned from Pomerania; fief of Brandenburg
1348: Imperial immediacy
1463: Acquired Pomerania-Stargard
1464: Extinct; Stettin War of Succession between Pomerania-Wolgast and Brandenburg
1472: To Pomerania-Wolgast
1532: Partitioned from Pomerania
1569: Abdicated; to John Frederick of Pomerania-Wolgast
1600: Inherited and title assumed by Pomerania-Rügenwalde
1603: Extinct; to Philip II of Pomerania-Barth
1618: Inherited by appanage Pomerania-Barth
1620: Inherited by appanage Pomerania-Rügenwalde
1625: Renamed to Pomerania
CoA Pomerania Duchy.svg Pomerania-Stolp Duchy n/a n/a 1372: Partitioned from Pomerania-Wolgast 1377: Partitioned into itself and Pomerania-Stargard
1395: Inherited by Pomerania-Stargard
1446: Inherited by Pomerania-Rügenwalde
1459: Extinct; to Pomerania-Wolgast
CoA Pomerania Duchy.svg Pomerania-Wolgast Duchy PR Upp Sax 1295: Partitioned from Pomerania; fief of Brandenburg 1317: Acquired Schlawe and Stolp
1325: War of the Rügen Succession against Mecklenburg
1328: Acquired Rügen
1348: Imperial immediacy
1372: Partitioned into Pomerania-Stolp, itself and Pomerania-Neustettin
1377: Partitioned into Pomerania-Barth and itself
1393: Extinct; to Pomerania-Barth who assumed the title
1425: Partitioned into Pomerania-Wolgast-Wolgast, Pomerania-Wolgast-Demmin and Pomerania-Wolgast-Barth
1451: Reunited by Pomerania-Wolgast-Wolgast
1455: Acquired Lauenburg and Bütow
1458: Partitioned into itself and Pomerania-Barth
1459: Acquired Pomerania-Stolp and Pomerania-Rügenwalde
1472: Acquired Pomerania-Stettin; made fief of Brandenburg
1478: Renamed to Pomerania
1532: Partitioned from Pomerania
1569: Repartition of Pomerania; partitioned into Pomerania-Stettin, Pomerania-Barth, Pomerania-Wolgast and Pomerania-Rügenwalde
1625: Extinct; to Pomerania-Stettin
CoA Pomerania Duchy.svg Pomerania-Wolgast-Barth Duchy n/a n/a 1425: Partitioned from Pomerania-Wolgast 1435: Partitioned into itself and Pomerania-Wolgast-Stralsund
1451: Extinct; to Pomerania-Wolgast-Wolgast
CoA Pomerania Duchy.svg Pomerania-Wolgast-Demmin Duchy n/a n/a 1425: Partitioned from Pomerania-Wolgast 1450: Extinct; to Pomerania-Wolgast-Wolgast
CoA Pomerania Duchy.svg Pomerania-Wolgast-Stralsund Duchy n/a n/a 1435: Partitioned from Pomerania-Wolgast-Barth 1440: Extinct; to Pomerania-Wolgast-Barth
CoA Pomerania Duchy.svg Pomerania-Wolgast-Wolgast Duchy n/a n/a 1425: Partitioned from Pomerania-Wolgast 1451: Renamed to Pomerania-Wolgast
Blason province fr Provence.svg Provence Duchy
877: County
933: Margraviate
1037: County
n/a n/a 5th Century: Duchy within the Kingdom of Burgundy 877: County of Provence to Boso within Western Francia
879: Boso made king of Lower Burgundy
933: To the Kingdom of Arles; given as fief to Hugh the Black
1032: Made fief of the Empire
1125: Partitioned into itself (as County) and a margraviate; see below
1127: To the House of Barcelona by marriage
1267: To the House of Anjou by marriage
1481: In personal union with France
1486: To France
Blason Languedoc.svg Provence Margraviate n/a n/a 1125: Provence partitioned; north formed as a Margraviate for the claim of Alphonse I of Toulouse 1271: Extinct; in personal union with France
1274: Venaissin to the Papal States
1486: To France
CoA Prüm Abbey.svg Prüm (Prum; Pruem) Abbacy Upp Rhen PR 721: Established 1222: HRE Prince of the Empire
1574: To Trier
1801: To France
1815: To Prussia
CoA Pückler Family.svg Pückler and Limpurg County Franc FR 1737: Renamed from Pückler when inherited a portion of Limpurg through marriage to Caroline Christiana of Löwenstein-Wertheim 1787: Acquired part of Limpurg-Sontheim and Limpurg-Gaildorf through marriage to Waldeck-Limpurg
1806: To Württemberg
CoA Bad Pyrmont, Lower Saxony.svg Pyrmont (in Lower Saxony) County Low Rhen WF 1180: Established by Cologne; given as fief to Schwalenberg 1194: Partitioned from Schwalenberg
1494: Extinct; to Spiegelberg
1568: To Lippe-Spiegelberg-Pyrmont
1583: To Gleichen-Tonna
1625: To Waldeck-Eisenberg
1668: Ceded Lügde to Paderborn
1711: To Waldeck and Pyrmont
1805: Partitioned from Waldeck and Pyrmont
1812: Extinct; to Waldeck and Pyrmont
CoA Pyrmont Family, Eifel.svg Pyrmont (Pirmont; in Eifel) Lordship
15th Century: Barony
Low Rhen WF 12th Century: First mentioned; to Schönburg early 13th Century: Schönburg assumed the name Pyrmont
Before 1400: Acquired 2/3 of Ehrenburg by marriage
1426: Acquired remainder of Ehrenburg
15th Century: HRE Baron
1526: Extinct; to Eltz
1652: Half to Waldbott von Bassenheim
1695: Eltz half to Trier
1710: All to Waldbott von Bassenheim
1789: To France
1815: To Prussia

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