List of states in the Holy Roman Empire (S)

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

Name Type Circle Bench Formed Notes
CoA Saarbrücken County.svg Saarbrücken County n/a n/a 1080: Saargau invested on Sigebert I, founder of the line of Saarbrücken 1123: First use of the title Count of Saarbrücken
1125: Partitioned into Alsace and itself
c. 1182: Partitioned into itself, Saarbrücken-Hardenburg and Zweibrücken
1227: Parts made fief of Metz
1274: Extinct; to Saarbrücken-Commercy
CoA Saarbrücken County.svg Saarbrücken-Commercy County n/a n/a 1274: Title assumed by Commercy after inheritance of Saarbrücken 1341: Partitioned into itself and a Lordship (see below)
1381: Extinct; to Nassau-Weilburg
CoA Saarbrücken County.svg Saarbrücken-Commercy Lordship n/a n/a 1341: Partitioned as a Lordship from the County above 1459: Acquired Braine
1465: Partitioned into Saarbrücken-Commercy-Rouen and Saarbrücken-Commercy-Braine
CoA Saarbrücken County.svg Saarbrücken-Commercy-Braine Lordship n/a n/a 1465: Partitioned from Saarbrücken-Commercy (Lordship) 1525: Extinct in male line
1526: To Mark-Sedan by marriage
CoA Saarbrücken County.svg Saarbrücken-Commercy-Rouen Lordship n/a n/a 1465: Partitioned from Saarbrücken-Commercy (Lordship) 1497: Extinct; to Saarbrücken-Commercy-Braine
CoA Saarbrücken County.svg Saarbrücken-Hardenburg County n/a n/a c. 1182: Partitioned from Saarbrücken 1212: Inherited Leiningen and assumed that name
CoA Sarrebourg, Moselle.svg Saarburg
See: Sarrebourg
Imperial City
CoA Saarwerden County.svg Saarwerden County n/a n/a 1125: Partitioned from Blieskastel 1212: Partitioned into itself and Kirkel
1397: Extinct; succession dispute between Moers and Metz
1399: To Moers
1417: To Moers-Saarwerden
1527: Extinct; to Nassau-Saarbrücken
1574: To Nassau-Neuweilnau
1602: To Nassau-Saarbrücken
1629: To Lorraine
1648: Returned to Nassau-Saarbrücken except Bockenheim
1794: To France
Armoiries Saxe.svg Sachsen
See: Saxony
Duchy
1356: Electorate
CoA Sagan Duchy.svg Sagan (Zagan) Duchy n/a n/a 1278: Partitioned from Silesia-Glogau; part of Poland 1329: Under suzerainty of Bohemia
1478: To Saxony as fief of Bohemia
1549: To Bohemia directly
1628: To Albrecht von Wallenstein as fief of Bohemia
1634: To Bohemia directly
1646: To Lobkowicz as fief of Bohemia
1742: To Lobkowicz as fief of Prussia
1786: To Biron as fief of Prussia
Coats of arms of None.svg Mark an der Sann (AKA Sannmark, Mark an der Sawe, Sann-Gft., Sann-Mgft., Mgft. Soun(e), Gft Soun(e), Sanntal, Saunien) Margraviate N/A Before 980

1137 or 1144: Last Margrave dies; margravial title no longer held
1147: Territory of the former march becomes part of Styria; attested as a Styrian Amt from 1182
1269: Seized by Ottokar II of Bohemia; united with Windischgraz, Carniola and the Windic March to form a single march
c. 1300: Acquired by the Counts of Heunburg as the lordship of Cilli
1323: Territory passes to the Counts of Pfannberg
1341: Rulers now known as the Counts of Cilli (see also County of Cilli)
1460: Territory passes to the Habsburgs. Later integrated into Styria

Coats of arms of None.svg St Ägidien
See: St Giles
Abbacy
CoA St Blasien, BW.svg St Blaise (St Blasien) Abbacy Swab SC 10th Century? 1609: HRE Counts of Bonndorf; imperial immediacy
1803: To Order of St John
1805: To Württemberg
1806: To Baden
CoA St Emmeram's Abbey, Regensburg.svg St Emmeram Abbacy Bav RP c. 739 1295: Imperial immediacy
1731: HRE Prince of the Empire
1803: To Regensburg; buildings to Thurn and Taxis
CoA St Gall's Abbey, St Gall.svg St Gall (St Gallen) Abbacy Swab SP 613 1207: HRE Prince of the Empire; imperial immediacy
1270: Acquired Neuravensburg
1401: Lost Appenzell
1415: Lost City of St Gall
1451: Protectorate of the Swiss Confederation
1468: Acquired Toggenburg
1648: Left the Empire as part of Switzerland (except Neuravensburg)
1803: Neuravensburg to Dietrichstein
CoA St Gall, St Gall.svg St Gall (St Gallen) Imperial City Swab SW 1415: Free Imperial City 1454: Associate of the Swiss Confederacy
1648: Left the Empire as part of Switzerland
1798: new Canton of Säntis in the Helvetic Republic
1803: Canton of St. Gallen
CoA Reichenau Abbey.svg St George (St Georg; in Isny) Abbacy Swab SP 1096 1781: Imperial immediacy
1803: To Quadt-Isny
CoA Stein am Rhein, Schaffhausen 1951.svg St George (St Georg; in Stein) Abbacy Swab SP 10th Century 1007: Relocated to Stein
15th Century: Imperial immediacy
1521: To Zürich
Coats of arms of None.svg St Giles (St Ägidien) Abbacy FR RP 1140: Established with imperial immediacy 1525: To Nuremberg
Blason Saint-Hubert.svg St Hubert Abbacy n/a n/a 687 1522: Imperial immediacy
1797: To France
1815: To the Netherlands
1830: To Belgium
CoA St John's Abbey, Thurgau.svg St John (St Johann; in the Thurtal) Abbacy Swab SP before 1152 1227/8: Imperial immediacy
1555: To St Gall
Blason Saffais 54.svg St John (St Johann) Order of Chivalry n/a RP / PR c. 1099 In possession of numerous territories across Germany
1546: Bench of Spiritual Princes
1805: All territories annexed by various states
CoA Kornelimünster Abbey, NRW.svg St Kornelimünster
See: Kornelimünster
Abbacy
CoA Werden Abbey, NRW.svg St Ludger (Helmstedt) Abbacy Low Rhen RP c. 800 Always in personal union with Werden Abbey
by 13th Century: Imperial immediacy
1490: Helmstedt sold to Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel
1802: To Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel
Coats of arms of None.svg St. Mang Abbacy n/a n/a 748 1268: Imperial immediacy
1313: To the Bishopric of Augsburg
1803: To Oettingen-Wallerstein
1806: To Bavaria
CoA St Maximin's Abbey, Rhineland-Palatinate.svg St Maximin Abbacy Low Rhen RP 4th Century By 12th Century: Imperial immediacy
1669: To Trier
CoA St Peter's Abbey in the Black Forest, BW.svg St Peter Abbacy Swab SP Before 1073 1093: Imperial immediacy
1526: To Austria
CoA St Ulrich and St Afra's Abbey, Bavaria.svg St Ulrich and St Afra in Augsburg Abbacy Swab SP 10th Century 1577: Imperial immediacy (challenged until 1643)
1802: Divided between Augsburg and Bavaria
CoA Neresheim Abbey, BW.svg St Ulrich and St Afra in Neresheim
See: Neresheim
Abbacy
CoA Cistercian Order Bend.svg Salem (Salmannsweiler) Abbacy Swab SP 1136 1138: Imperial immediacy
1803: To Baden
Armoiries de Salm 2.svg Salm County n/a n/a 1036: First mentioned; to Luxembourg 1059: Partitioned from Luxembourg
1163: Partitioned into Salm in the Vosges (Upper Salm) and Salm in the Ardennes (Lower Salm)
CoA Salm 1499.svg Salm Wild- and Rhinegraviate Upp Rhen WE 1475: Renamed from Stein after inheritance of Salm in the Vosges 1499: Partitioned into Salm-Dhaun-Neufviller and Salm-Kyrburg
Armoiries de Salm 1.svg Salm in the Ardennes (Lower Salm; Niedersalm) County n/a n/a 1163: Partitioned from Salm; to Vianden 1175: Partitioned from Vianden
1416: Extinct; to Altenbaumberg in succession dispute with Reifferscheid-Bedburg
1456: To Reifferscheid-Bedburg
1460: Reifferscheid-Bedburg took the name Salm-Reifferscheid
Armoiries de Salm 2.svg Salm in the Vosges (Upper Salm; Obersalm) County n/a n/a 1163: Partitioned from Salm 1225: Partitioned into itself and Salm-Blâmont
1337: Partitioned into itself and Salm-Püttlingen
1431: Partitioned into itself and Salm-Badonviller
1475: Extinct; to Stein by marriage who took the name Salm
Armoiries de Salm 2.svg Salm-Badonviller (Salm-Badenweiler) County n/a n/a 1431: Partitioned from Salm in the Vosges 1528: Side line Salm-Neuburg created
1600: Extinct; divided between Wild- and Rhinegraviate of Salm and Lorraine
1738: Left the Empire; made part of France
1789: To France directly
Armoiries de Salm 2.svg Salm-Blâmont (Salm-Blankenberg) Lordship n/a n/a 1225: Partitioned from Salm in the Vosges 1247: Made fief of Metz
1499: Half sold to Lorraine
1506: Extinct; remainder to Lorraine
CoA Salm 1499.svg Salm-Dhaun Wild- and Rhinegraviate Upp Rhen WE 1574: Partitioned from Salm-Dhaun-Neufviller 1697: Partitioned into itself and Salm-Püttlingen
1748: Extinct; to Salm-Püttlingen
CoA Salm 1499.svg Salm-Dhaun-Neufviller Wild- and Rhinegraviate Upp Rhen WE 1499: Partitioned from Salm 1574: Partitioned into Salm-Salm-Neufviller, Salm-Grumbach and Salm-Dhaun
CoA Salm 1499.svg Salm-Grumbach
Forest and Rhine Count of Salm in Horstmar
Wild- and Rhinegraviate Upp Rhen WT 1574: Partitioned from Salm-Dhaun-Neufviller 1668: Partitioned into itself and Salm-Rheingrafenstein and Gaugrehweiler
1793: To France
1803: Compensated with Horstmar; renamed to Salm-Horstmar
1816: To Lichtenberg
CoA Salm 1499.svg Salm-Horstmar Wild- and Rhinegraviate Upp Rhen WT 1803: Renamed from Salm-Grumbach 1806: To Berg
1810: To France
1815: To Prussia
CoA Salm 1499.svg Salm-Kyrburg Wild- and Rhinegraviate
1743: Principality
Upp Rhen WE / PR 1499: Partitioned from Salm 1607: Partitioned into Salm-Kyrburg-Mörchingen, Salm-Kyrburg-Kyrburg and Salm-Kyrburg-Dhronecken
1743: Renamed from Salm-Neufviller-Leuze; HRE Prince
1794: To France
1803: Compensated with Ahaus and Bocholt; Bench of Princes
1810: To France
1815: To Prussia
CoA Salm 1499.svg Salm-Kyrburg-Dhronecken (Salm-Tronecken) Wild- and Rhinegraviate Upp Rhen WE 1607: Partitioned from Salm 1637: Extinct; divided between Salm-Kyrburg-Mörchingen and Salm-Kyrburg-Kyrburg
CoA Salm 1499.svg Salm-Kyrburg-Kyrburg Wild- and Rhinegraviate Upp Rhen WE 1607: Partitioned from Salm 1681: Extinct; to Salm-Kyrburg-Mörchingen
CoA Salm 1499.svg Salm-Kyrburg-Mörchingen Wild- and Rhinegraviate Upp Rhen WE 1607: Partitioned from Salm 1688: Extinct; to Salm-Neufviller
Armoiries de Salm 2.svg Salm-Neuburg County
1529: County Palatine
n/a n/a 1528: Created when Nicholas I purchased Neuburg; fief of Austria 1529: HRE Count Palatine
1654: Neuburg sold to Sinzendorf
1784: Extinct
CoA Salm 1499.svg Salm-Neufviller (Salm-Neuweiler) Wild- and Rhinegraviate n/a n/a 1610: Partitioned from Salm-Salm-Neufviller 1696: Partitioned into Salm-Neufviller-Hoogstraten and Salm-Neufviller-Leuze
CoA Salm 1499.svg Salm-Neufviller-Hoogstraten Wild- and Rhinegraviate n/a n/a 1696: Partitioned from Salm-Neufviller 1709: Acquired Hoogstraten as fief of Brabant
1738: Inherited and renamed to Salm-Salm
CoA Salm 1499.svg Salm-Neufviller-Leuze Wild- and Rhinegraviate n/a n/a 1696: Partitioned from Salm-Neufviller 1743: Renamed to Salm-Kyrburg
Armoiries de Salm 2.svg Salm-Püttlingen Lordship n/a n/a 1337: Partitioned from Salm in the Vosges 1368: Extinct; to Salm in the Vosges
CoA Salm 1499.svg Salm-Püttlingen Wild- and Rhinegraviate Upp Rhen WE 1697: Partitioned from Salm-Dhaun 1750: Extinct; to Salm-Grumbach
Armoiries de Salm 7.svg Salm-Reifferscheid County
1628: Altgraviate
n/a WE 1460: Renamed from Reifferscheid-Bedburg 1628: HRE Altgrave
1639: Partitioned into Salm-Reifferscheid-Bedburg and Salm-Reifferscheid-Dyck
Armoiries de Salm 7.svg Salm-Reifferscheid-Bedburg Altgraviate n/a WE 1639: Partitioned from Salm-Reifferscheid 1734: Partitioned into itself, Salm-Reifferscheid-Hainspach and Salm-Reifferscheid-Raitz
1794: To France
1803: Compensated with Krautheim; renamed to Salm-Reifferscheid-Krautheim
Armoiries de Salm 7.svg Salm-Reifferscheid-Dyck Altgraviate n/a WE 1639: Partitioned from Salm-Reifferscheid-Bedburg 1806: Divided between Baden and Württemberg
Armoiries de Salm 7.svg Salm-Reifferscheid-Hainspach Altgraviate n/a WE 1734: Partitioned from Salm-Reifferscheid-Bedburg in fiefs of Austria
Armoiries de Salm 7.svg Salm-Reifferscheid-Krautheim Altgraviate
1804: Principality
n/a WE 1803: Renamed from Salm-Reifferscheid-Bedburg 1804: HRE Prince
1806: Divided between Baden and Württemberg
Armoiries de Salm 7.svg Salm-Reifferscheid-Raitz Altgraviate n/a n/a 1734: Partitioned from Salm-Reifferscheid-Bedburg in fiefs of Austria
CoA Salm 1499.svg Salm-Rheingrafenstein and Gaugrehweiler Wild- and Rhinegraviate Upp Rhen WT 1668: Partitioned from Salm-Grumbach 1750: Extinct; to Salm-Grumbach
CoA Salm 1499.svg Salm-Salm Wild- and Rhinegraviate
1623: Principality
Upp Rhen WT / PR 1610: Partitioned from Salm-Salm-Neufviller 1623: HRE Prince
1654: Bench of Secular Princes
1738: Inherited by Salm-Neufviller-Hoogstaten
1793: To France
1803: Compensated with Ahaus and Bocholt
1810: To France
1815: To Prussia
CoA Salm 1499.svg Salm-Salm-Neufviller Wild- and Rhinegraviate Upp Rhen WT 1574: Partitioned from Salm-Dhaun-Neufviller 1610: Partitioned into Salm-Salm and Salm-Neufviller
CoA Cistercian Order Bend.svg Salmannsweiler
See: Salem
Abbacy
CoA Salzburg State.svg Salzburg Bishopric
798: Archbishopric
Bav EC c. 543 798: Raised to Archbishopric
1278: HRE Prince of the Empire
1803: Secularized as an Electorate for Ferdinand III of Tuscany
CoA Salzburg State.svg Salzburg Electorate Bav PR 1803: Salzburg, Eichstätt, Berchtesgaden and 1/2 of Passau secularised as an Electoral Grand Duchy for Ferdinand III of Tuscany 1805: Divided between Austria and Bavaria. Ferdinand III compensated with Würzburg
CoA Sargans County.svg Sargans County n/a n/a 1258: To Werdenberg-Sargans 1342: To Werdenberg-Sargans-Sargans
1396: To Austria
1436: To Werdenberg-Sargans-Sargans
1483: Condominium of the Old Swiss Confederacy
1648: Left the Empire as part of Switzerland
CoA Sarrebourg, Moselle.svg Sarrebourg Imperial City Upp Rhen RC 1171: To Dagsburg as a fief of Metz 1225: To Metz directly
1476: Free Imperial City
1661: To France
Blason famille fr de Savoie.svg Savoy County
1416: Duchy
1713: Kingdom
Upp Rhen PR 1003: Humbert I made count of Savoy 1218: Acquired Zähringen Vaud
1313: Imperial immediacy
1388: Acquired Nice
1401: Acquired Geneva
1416: HRE Duke
1419: Acquired Piedmont
1536: To France
1559: Restored
1713: Acquired Sicily
1720: Traded Sicily for Sardinia
1792: To France
1815: Restored
1860: To France
Armoiries Raugraf 1.svg Sax Barony n/a n/a 1137/9: First mentioned 1248: Partitioned into Sax-Misox and Hohensax
Armoiries Raugraf 1.svg Sax-Misox Barony
1413: County
n/a n/a 1248: Partitioned from Sax 1413: HRE Count
1424: Joined the Grey League
1483: Most sold to Brandis
1485: Remainder sold to Lucerne
1540: Extinct
CoA Saxony County Palatine.svg Saxony County Palatine n/a n/a 965: Adalbero appointed Count Palatine of Saxony 1003: To Goseck
1097: To Sommerschenburg
1180: To Thuringia
1247: To Meissen
1291: Northern part sold to Brandenburg; southern part known as County Palatine of Thuringia
1347: Sold to Meissen
CoA Saxon Steed.svg Saxony Margraviate
888: Stem Duchy
n/a n/a c. 850 888: Duchy
1180: Henry the Lion deposed; the old duchy of Saxony was broken up and former fiefs were granted imperial immediacy. Remaining unconnected territory around Hadeln, Lauenburg and Wittenberg to the House of Ascania; see below.
Armoiries Saxe.svg Saxony Duchy
1356: Electorate
1806: Kingdom
Upp Sax EL 1180: Remainder of the stem duchy to the House of Ascania 1212: Partitioned into Anhalt and itself
1296: Partitioned into Saxe-Lauenburg and Saxe-Wittenberg
1356: Saxe-Wittenberg made Electorate of Saxony
1422: Extinct; succession dispute between Saxe-Lauenburg, Anhalt and Meissen
1423: Sold to Meissen, henceforth Electors of Saxony
1445: Partitioned into itself and Saxe-Thuringia
1485: Partitioned into itself (Electorate - Ernestine line) and a Duchy (Albertine Line)
1542: Partitioned into itself and Saxe-Coburg
1547: Capitulation of Wittenberg; Electorate to the Ducal (Albertine) line and the Electoral (Ernestine) relegated to a much reduced Duchy; see below
1559: Acquired Vogtland
1580: Acquired Mansfeld
1657: Partitioned into itself, Saxe-Weissenfels-Querfurt, Saxe-Merseburg and Saxe-Zeitz
1806: Kingdom
Armoiries Saxe.svg Saxony Duchy
The Electorate of Saxony and Duchy of Saxony were separate entities 1485 - 1572
Upp Sax PR 1485: Partitioned from the Electorate of Saxony 1547: Capitulation of Wittenberg; Electorate to the Ducal (Albertine) line and the Electoral (Ernestine) relegated to a much reduced Duchy; see above
1554: Partitioned into Saxe-Coburg, Saxe-Weimar and Saxe-Gotha
1566: Reunited by Saxe-Weimar
1572: Partitioned into Saxe-Coburg-Eisenach and Saxe-Weimar
Armoiries Saxe.svg Saxe-Altenburg Duchy Upp Sax PR 1603: Partitioned from Saxe-Weimar 1660: Acquired Themar and Meiningen
1672: Extinct; divided between Saxe-Gotha and Saxe-Weimar
Armoiries Saxe.svg Saxe-Bergedorf-Lauenburg Duchy n/a n/a 1303: Partitioned from Saxe-Lauenburg 1321: Acquired Saxe-Ratzeburg. Ceded Bergedorf to Saxe-Mölln. Renamed to Saxe-Ratzeburg-Lauenburg
Armoiries Saxe.svg Saxe-Bergedorf-Mölln Duchy n/a n/a 1321: Renamed from Saxe-Mölln 1359: Sold Mölln to Lübeck
1370: Sold remainder of the country to Lübeck
1401: Extinct; to Saxe-Ratzeburg-Lauenburg
Armoiries Saxe.svg Saxe-Coburg Duchy Upp Sax PR 1542: Partitioned from the Electorate of Saxony (Ernestine line) 1553: Extinct; to the Duchy of Saxony (Ernestine line)
1554: Partitioned from the Duchy of Saxony (Ernestine line)
1566: Under Imperial Ban; country to Saxe-Weimar
1596: Partitioned from Saxe-Coburg-Eisenach
1633: Extinct; to Saxe-Eisenach
1680: Partitioned from Saxe-Gotha
1699: Extinct; to Saxe-Saalfeld
Armoiries Saxe.svg Saxe-Coburg-Eisenach Duchy Upp Sax PR 1572: Partitioned from the Electorate of Saxony (Ernestine line) 1596: Partitioned into Saxe-Coburg and Saxe-Eisenach
Armoiries Saxe.svg Saxe-Coburg-Saalfeld Duchy Upp Sax PR 1699: Renamed from Saxe-Saalfeld
Armoiries Saxe.svg Saxe-Eisenach Duchy Upp Sax PR 1596: Partitioned from the Saxe-Coburg-Eisenach 1638: Extinct; divided between Saxe-Altenburg and Saxe-Weimar
1640: Partitioned from Saxe-Weimar
1644: Extinct; to Saxe-Weimar
1662: Partitioned from Saxe-Weimar
1671: Extinct; to Saxe-Weimar
1672: Partitioned from Saxe-Weimar
1741: Extinct; to Saxe-Weimar in personal union
Armoiries Saxe.svg Saxe-Eisenberg Duchy Upp Sax PR 1680: Partitioned from Saxe-Gotha 1707: Extinct; divided between Saxe-Gotha-Altenburg, Saxe-Meiningen, Saxe-Römhild, Saxe-Hildburghausen and Saxe-Coburg-Saalfeld
Armoiries Saxe.svg Saxe-Gotha Duchy Upp Sax PR 1554: Appanage created from Duchy of Saxony (Ernestine line) 1565: Extinct; to Saxe-Coburg
1640: Partitioned from Saxe-Weimar
1680: Partitioned into Saxe-Gotha-Altenburg, Saxe-Coburg, Saxe-Meiningen, Saxe-Römhild, Saxe-Eisenberg, Saxe-Hildburghausen and Saxe-Saalfeld
Armoiries Saxe.svg Saxe-Gotha-Altenburg Duchy Upp Sax PR 1680: Partitioned from Saxe-Gotha
Armoiries Saxe.svg Saxe-Hildburghausen Duchy Upp Sax PR 1680: Partitioned from Saxe-Gotha
Armoiries Saxe.svg Saxe-Jena Duchy Upp Sax PR 1672: Partitioned from the Saxe-Weimar 1690: Extinct; divided between Saxe-Weimar and Saxe-Eisenach
Armoiries Saxe.svg Saxe-Lauenburg Duchy, Electorate in opposition to Saxe-Wittenberg until 1356 Low Sax PR 1296: Partitioned from Saxony 1303: Partitioned into Saxe-Mölln, Saxe-Bergedorf-Lauenburg and Saxe-Ratzeburg
1401: Reunited by Saxe-Ratzeburg-Lauenburg
1689: Extinct in male line; annexed by Brunswick-Lüneburg after exiling heiress Anna Maria and despite large succession dispute
1803: To France
1806: To Prussia
1807: To Westphalia
1811: To France
1813: To Hanover
Armoiries Saxe.svg Saxe-Meiningen Duchy Upp Sax PR 1680: Partitioned from Saxe-Gotha
Armoiries Saxe.svg Saxe-Merseburg Duchy Upp Sax PR 1657: Partitioned from Electorate of Saxony 1668: Acquired Forst
1684: Appanages Saxe-Merseburg-Zörbig, Saxe-Merseburg-Lauchstädt and Saxe-Merseburg-Spremberg created
1731: Inherited by Saxe-Merseburg-Spremberg
1738: Extinct; to Electorate of Saxony
Armoiries Saxe.svg Saxe-Merseburg-Lauchstädt Duchy n/a n/a 1684: Appanage created within Saxe-Merseburg 1690: Extinct; appanage abolished
Armoiries Saxe.svg Saxe-Merseburg-Spremberg Duchy n/a n/a 1684: Appanage created within Saxe-Merseburg 1731: Inherited Saxe-Merseburg; appanage abolished
Armoiries Saxe.svg Saxe-Merseburg-Zörbig Duchy n/a n/a 1684: Appanage created within Saxe-Merseburg 1751: Extinct; appanage abolished
Armoiries Saxe.svg Saxe-Mölln Duchy n/a n/a 1303: Partitioned from Saxe-Lauenburg 1321: Acquired Bergedorf; renamed to Saxe-Bergedorf-Mölln
Armoiries Saxe.svg Saxe-Ratzeburg Duchy n/a n/a 1303: Partitioned from Saxe-Lauenburg 1308: Extinct in male line; half to Saxe-Bergedorf-Lauenburg
1321: Extinct; rest to Saxe-Bergedorf-Lauenburg
Armoiries Saxe.svg Saxe-Ratzeburg-Lauenburg Duchy n/a n/a 1321: Renamed from Saxe-Bergedorf-Lauenburg 1401: Renamed to Saxe-Lauenburg
Armoiries Saxe.svg Saxe-Römhild Duchy Upp Sax PR 1680: Partitioned from Saxe-Gotha 1710: Extinct; to Saxe-Coburg-Saalfeld
Armoiries Saxe.svg Saxe-Saalfeld Duchy Upp Sax PR 1680: Partitioned from Saxe-Gotha 1699: Acquired Coburg; renamed to Saxe-Coburg-Saalfeld
Armoiries Saxe.svg Saxe-Thuringia Duchy n/a n/a 1445: Partitioned from Saxony 1482: Extinct; to Saxony
Armoiries Saxe.svg Saxe-Weimar Duchy Upp Sax PR 1554: Partitioned from Duchy of Saxony (Ernestine line) 1566: Renamed to Duchy of Saxony (Ernestine line)
1572: Partitioned from Duchy of Saxony (Ernestine line)
1603: Partitioned into Saxe-Altenburg and itself
1633: Bernard named Duke of Franconia
1640: Partitioned into itself, Saxe-Eisenach and Saxe-Gotha
1662: Partitioned into itself and Saxe-Eisenach
1672: Partitioned into itself, Saxe-Eisenach and Saxe-Jena
1741: Renamed to Saxe-Weimar-Eisenach
Armoiries Saxe.svg Saxe-Weimar-Eisenach Duchy
1815: Grand Duchy
Upp Sax PR 1741: Renamed from Saxe-Weimar; led Saxe-Eisenach in personal union 1815: Grand Duke
Armoiries Saxe.svg Saxe-Wittenberg Duchy, Electorate in opposition to Saxe-Lauenburg n/a n/a 1296: Partitioned from Saxony 1290: Acquired Brehna
1356: Renamed to Electorate of Saxony
Armoiries Saxe.svg Saxe-Weissenfels-Barby Duchy n/a n/a 1680: Appanage created within Saxe-Weissenfels-Querfurt 1739: Extinct; appanage abolished
Armoiries Saxe.svg Saxe-Weissenfels-Dahme Duchy n/a n/a 1711: Appanage created within Saxe-Weissenfels-Querfurt 1715: Extinct; appanage abolished
Armoiries Saxe.svg Saxe-Weissenfels-Querfurt Duchy Upp Sax PR 1657: Partitioned from Electorate of Saxony 1680: Appanage Saxe-Weissenfels-Barby created
1711: Appanage Saxe-Weissenfels-Dahme created
1746: Extinct; to Electorate of Saxony
Armoiries Saxe.svg Saxe-Zeitz Duchy Upp Sax PR 1657: Partitioned from Electorate of Saxony 1699: Appanage Saxe-Zeitz-Pegau-Neustadt created
1718: Extinct; to Electorate of Saxony
Armoiries Saxe.svg Saxe-Zeitz-Pegau-Neustadt Duchy n/a n/a 1699: Appanage created within Saxe-Zeitz 1713: Extinct; appanage abolished
CoA Sayn County.svg Sayn County n/a n/a 1139: First mentioned 1247: Extinct in male line
1263: Extinct; to Sponheim-Starkenburg
1266: Partitioned from Sponheim-Starkenburg
1294: Partitioned into Sayn-Sayn and Sayn-Homburg
CoA Sayn County.svg Sayn-Altenkirchen County Low Rhen WE 1652: Partitioned from Sayn-Wittgenstein-Sayn 1701: Extinct; to Saxe-Eisenach
1741: To Brandenburg-Ansbach
1791: To Prussia
1803: To Nassau-Usingen
1806: To Duchy of Nassau
1815: To Prussia
CoA Sayn County.svg Sayn-Hachenburg County Low Rhen WE 1652: Partitioned from Sayn-Wittgenstein-Sayn 1714: Extinct; to Kirchberg
1799: To Nassau-Weilburg
1806: To Duchy of Nassau
1815: Parts ceded to Prussia
CoA Sayn County.svg Sayn-Homburg County n/a n/a 1294: Partitioned from Sayn 1361: Acquired Wittgenstein; renamed to Sayn-Wittgenstein
CoA Sayn County.svg Sayn-Sayn County Low Rhen WE 1294: Partitioned from Sayn 1608: Extinct; succession dispute between Cologne and Sayn-Wittgenstein-Sayn. Annexed by Cologne
CoA Sayn County.svg Sayn-Wittgenstein County Upp Rhen WT 1361: Renamed from Sayn-Homburg 1605: Partitioned into Sayn-Wittgenstein-Berleburg, Sayn-Wittgenstein-Wittgenstein and Sayn-Wittgenstein-Sayn
CoA Sayn County.svg Sayn-Wittgenstein-Berleburg County
1792: Principality
Upp Rhen WT 1605: Partitioned from Sayn-Wittgenstein 1694: Appanages Sayn-Wittgenstein-Karlsburg and Sayn-Wittgenstein-Ludwigsburg founded
1792: HRE Prince
1806: To Berg and Hesse-Darmstadt
1815: To Prussia
CoA Sayn County.svg Sayn-Wittgenstein-Hohnstein County
1801: Principality
Upp Rhen WT 1647: Renamed from Sayn-Wittgenstein-Wittgenstein 1657: Partitioned into itself and Sayn-Wittgenstein-Vallendar
1801: HRE Prince
1806: To Hesse-Darmstadt
1816: To Prussia
CoA Sayn County.svg Sayn-Wittgenstein-Karlsburg County n/a n/a 1694: Appanage created within Sayn-Wittgenstein-Berleburg
CoA Sayn County.svg Sayn-Wittgenstein-Ludwigsburg County n/a n/a 1694: Appanage created within Sayn-Wittgenstein-Berleburg
CoA Sayn County.svg Sayn-Wittgenstein-Sayn County Low Rhen WE 1605: Partitioned from Sayn-Wittgenstein; William III acquired rights to Sayn-Sayn by marriage, however Sayn-Sayn was annexed by Cologne 1636: Extinct in male line
1648: Acquired Sayn-Sayn
1652: Partitioned into Sayn-Altenkirchen and Sayn-Hachenburg
CoA Sayn County.svg Sayn-Wittgenstein-Vallendar County n/a n/a 1657: Partitioned from Sayn-Wittgenstein-Hohnstein 1775: Extinct; to Sayn-Wittgenstein-Hohnstein
CoA Sayn County.svg Sayn-Wittgenstein-Wittgenstein County Upp Rhen WT 1605: Partitioned from Sayn-Wittgenstein 1647: Acquired Hohnstein; renamed to Sayn-Wittgenstein-Hohnstein
CoA Schaffhausen, Schaffhausen.svg Schaffhausen
See: All Saints
Abbacy
CoA Schaffhausen Canton.svg Schaffhausen Imperial City Swab SC 1190: Free Imperial City 1330: To Austria
1415: Free Imperial City
1454: Ally of the Swiss Confederation
1501: Joined the Swiss Confederation
1648: Left the Empire as part of Switzerland
CoA Schaesberg County.svg Schaesberg Lordship
1637: Barony
1706: County
Low Rhen WE 1239: First mentioned; branch of Wassenberg 1410: Extinct; to Retersbeck who soon adopted the name Schaesberg
1618: Imperial immediacy around Schaesberg Palace
1637: HRE Baron
1706: HRE Count
1712: Acquired Kerpen and Lommersum as fief of the Palatinate
1786: Imperial immediacy in Kerpen and Lommersum; joined the Westphalian Counts
1795: To France
1803: Compensated with Tannheim
1806: To Württemberg
Blason de Holstein.svg Schaumburg Lordship
1295: County
Low Rhen WE 1110 1227: Acquired Holstein
1261: To Holstein-Itzehoe
1290: To Holstein-Schaumburg
1640: 1/2 to Hesse-Cassel, 1/2 to Lippe-Alverdissen
CoA Lippe Lordship.svg Schaumburg-Lippe
Prince of Schaumburg-Lippe, Noble Lord of Lippe, Count of Schwalenberg and Sternberg, etc.
County Low Rhen WE 1647: Renamed from Lippe-Alverdissen
CoA Schaunberg Family.svg Schaunberg Lordship
by 1316: County
Aust WE c. 1160: First mentioned By 1316: HRE Count
1367: Acquired Eferding
1390: Made fief of Austria
1548: Lost voting rights and representation in the Diet and Austrian Circle
1559: Extinct; to Austria
CoA Scheer County.svg Scheer (Scheer and Friedberg) Lordship
1463: County
1785: Princely County
Swab n/a 1076: First mentioned; to Ruck 1181: To Montfort
1258: To Montfort-Tettnang
1354: To Montfort-Tettnang-Tettnang
1414: To Zillenhard
1433: To Waldburg-Sonnenberg
1447: To Stein
1452: To Waldburg-Sonnenberg
1480: To Waldburg-Sonnenberg-Friedberg
1511: To Waldburg-Trauchburg
1580: To Waldburg-Friedberg and Scheer
1696: Placed under Imperial administration
1717: To Waldburg-Friedberg and Scheer
1764: To Waldburg-Trauchburg
1775: To Waldburg-Zeil-Trauchburg
1785: To Thurn and Taxis
1806: To Württemberg
CoA Schellenberg Lordship.svg Schellenberg Lordship n/a n/a 1137: First mentioned; vassals of Freising 12th Century: Relocated to modern location
1317: Sold to Werdenberg-Heiligenberg
1377/8: To Werdenberg-Bludenz
1412: Sold to Montfort-Tettnang-Tettnang
1434: Sold to Brandis
1510: Sold to Sulz
1613: To Hohenems
1646: To Hohenems-Vaduz
1699: Sold to Liechtenstein
CoA Weinsberg Lordship.svg Scheuerberg Lordship n/a n/a 1325: Partitioned from Weinsberg 1335: Sold to Mainz
1484: To the Teutonic Order
1806: To Württemberg
CoA Reichenau Abbey.svg Schillingen Lordship n/a n/a To the Cathedral of Trier 1794: To France
1815: To Prussia
CoA Blankenheim, NRW.svg Schleiden Lordship n/a n/a 1104: First mentioned 1149: Partitioned into itself and Blankenheim
1445: Extinct; to Manderscheid
1488: To Manderscheid-Schleiden
1560: To Manderscheid-Schleiden-Kerpen
1593: Divided between Manderscheid-Kail and Mark-Schleiden
1774: Mark portion to Arenberg
1794: All to France
1815: To Prussia
Blason ville fr Sélestat (Alsace).svg Schlettstadt (Sélestat) Imperial City Upp Rhen RH 1216: Free Imperial City 1648: To France
1679: Left the Empire; annexed to France
CoA Basel Diocese.svg Schliengen Lordship n/a n/a 1170: To Üsenberg 1238: To Schaler
1337: To Neuenfels
1343: To Basel
1803: To Baden
CoA Schlitz genannt von Görtz.svg Schlitz genannt von Görtz Lordship
1677: Barony
1726: County
Franc WT 1116: First mentioned as Schlitz; ministerialis of Fulda 1404: Renamed to Schlitz genannt von Görtz
1563: Acquired Pfarrstellen
1656: Imperial immediacy
1804: Seat in the Counts of the Wetterau
1806: To Hesse-Darmstadt
CoA Hesse State.svg Schmalkalden Lordship n/a n/a 874: First mentioned; to Thuringia 1247: To Henneberg-Schleusingen
1360: Half to Hesse
1584: All to Hesse
CoA Kyrburg Wildgraviate.svg Schmidtburg Wildgraviate n/a n/a 1284: Partitioned from Kyrburg 1330: Extinct; to Trier
CoA Schönborn Family.svg Schönborn Lordship n/a n/a 1275: First mentioned; ministerialis in the Rheingau, possibly vassals of Schaumburg, Diez and Katzenelnbogen 13th Century?: Partitioned into Schönborn-Burgschwalbach and Schönborn-Westerburg
CoA Schönborn Family.svg Schönborn-Buchheim County Franc FR 1711: Renamed from Schönborn-Eschbach 1717: Partitioned into Schönborn-Wiesentheid and Schönborn-Heusenstamm
CoA Schönborn Family.svg Schönborn-Burgschwalbach Lordship n/a n/a 13th Century?: Partitioned from Schönborn c. 1350: Partitioned into itself and Schönborn-Stroß
15th Century: Partitioned into itself and Schönborn-Hahnstetten
?: Extinct; to Schönborn-Hahnstetten
CoA Schönborn Family.svg Schönborn-Eschbach Lordship
1663: Barony
1701: County
Franc FR 1571: Partitioned from Schönborn-Westerburg 1650: Acquired Taibach
1661: Acquired Heusenstamm
1663: HRE Baron
1671: Joined the Franconian Counts
1701: HRE County
1710: Acquired Puchheim
1711: Renamed to Schönborn-Buchheim
CoA Schönborn Family.svg Schönborn-Freienfels Lordship
1663: Barony
Franc FR 1571: Partitioned from Schönborn-Westerburg 1654: Extinct; to Schönborn-Eschbach
CoA Schönborn Family.svg Schönborn-Hahnstetten Lordship n/a n/a 15th Century: Partitioned from Schönborn-Burgschwalbach 1640: Extinct
CoA Schönborn Family.svg Schönborn-Heusenstamm County Franc FR 1717: Partitioned from Schönborn-Buchheim 1801: Extinct; to Schönborn-Wiesentheid
CoA Schönborn Family.svg Schönborn-Stroß Lordship n/a n/a c. 1350: Partitioned from Schönborn-Burgschwalbach c. 1400: Extinct
CoA Schönborn Family.svg Schönborn-Westerburg Lordship n/a n/a 13th Century?: Partitioned from Schönborn 1466: Acquired Freienfels as fief of Katzenelnbogen
1571: Partitioned into Schönborn-Eschbach and Schönborn-Freienfels
CoA Schönborn Family.svg Schönborn-Wiesentheid County Franc FR 1717: Partitioned from Schönborn-Buchheim 1806: To Bavaria
CoA Schönburg County.svg Schönburg Lordship n/a n/a 1130: First mentioned 1182: Acquired Geringswalde
1256: Acquired Glauchau
1270: Acquired Crimmitschau
1286: Acquired Lichtenstein
c. 1300: Partitioned into Schönburg-Glauchau and Schönburg-Crimmitschau
CoA Schönburg County.svg Schönburg-Crimmitschau Lordship n/a n/a c. 1300: Partitioned from Schönburg 1307: Made fief of Meissen
1405: Extinct; to Meissen
CoA Schönburg County.svg Schönburg-Forderglauchau Lordship Upp Sax WE 1612: Partitioned from Schönburg-Penig 1656: Extinct; to Schönburg-Wechselburg
CoA Schönburg County.svg Schönburg-Hartenstein County Upp Sax WE 1701: Partitioned from Schönburg-Waldenburg 1740: Mediatised to Saxony
1786: Extinct; to Schönburg-Stein
CoA Schönburg County.svg Schönburg-Glauchau Lordship Upp Sax WE c. 1300: Partitioned from Schönburg 1352: Partitioned into itself and Schönburg-Pürschenstein
1378: Acquired Waldenburg
1406: Acquired Hartenstein
1543: Acquired Penig and Wechselburg as fiefs of Saxony
1548: Acquired Rochsburg as fief of Saxony
1566: Partitioned into itself, Schönburg-Waldenburg and Schönburg-Penig
1610: Extinct; to Schönburg-Penig
CoA Schönburg County.svg Schönburg-Hinterglauchau Lordship
1700: County
Upp Sax WE 1612: Partitioned from Schönburg-Penig 1679: Partitioned into itself and Schönburg-Rochsburg
1700: HRE Count
1740: Mediatised to Saxony
1746: Partitioned into Schönburg-Remse, Schönburg-Rochsburg and itself
CoA Schönburg County.svg Schönburg-Hoyerswerda Lordship Upp Sax WE 1437: Renamed from Schönburg-Neuschönburg; fief of Upper Lusatia (in Bohemia) 1448: Annexed by Saxony
1554: Restored
1582: Sold to Promnitz
1584: Extinct
CoA Schönburg County.svg Schönburg-Lichtenstein Lordship
1701: County
Upp Sax WE 1614: Partitioned from Schönburg-Waldenburg 1664: Extinct; to Schönburg-Waldenburg
1701: Partitioned from Schönburg-Waldenburg
1740: Extinct; to Schönburg-Hartenstein, Schönburg-Stein and Schönburg-Waldenburg
CoA Schönburg County.svg Schönburg-Neuschönburg Lordship n/a n/a c. 1400: Partitioned from Schönburg-Pürschenstein 1437: Acquired Hoyerswerda; renamed to Schönburg-Hoyerswerda
CoA Schönburg County.svg Schönburg-Penig Lordship
1700: County
Upp Sax WE 1566: Partitioned from Schönburg-Glauchau 1612: Partitioned into Schönburg-Hinterglauchau, Schönburg-Rochsburg, Schönburg-Remse, Schönburg-Forderglauchau, Schönburg-Zschillen and Schönburg-Wechselburg
CoA Schönburg County.svg Schönburg-Pürschenstein Lordship Upp Sax WE 1352: Partitioned from Schönburg-Glauchau c. 1400: Partitioned into itself and Schönburg-Neuschönburg
1538: Extinct; to Schönburg-Hoyerswerda
CoA Schönburg County.svg Schönburg-Remse Lordship
1746: County
Upp Sax WE 1612: Partitioned from Schönburg-Penig 1640: Extinct; to Schönburg-Hinterglauchau
1746: Partitioned from Schönburg-Hinterglauchau; mediate to Saxony
1747: Extinct; to Schönburg-Waldenburg
CoA Schönburg County.svg Schönburg-Rochsburg Lordship
1700: County
Upp Sax WE 1612: Partitioned from Schönburg-Penig 1636: Extinct; to Schönburg-Hinterglauchau
1679: Partitioned from Schönburg-Hinterglauchau
1700: HRE Count
1729: Extinct; to Schönburg-Hinterglauchau
1746: Partitioned from Schönburg-Hinterglauchau; mediate to Saxony
CoA Schönburg County.svg Schönburg-Stein (Schönburg-Schwarzenbach) County Upp Sax WE 1701: Partitioned from Schönburg-Waldenburg 1740: Mediatised to Saxony
1790: HRE Prince; renamed to Schönburg-Waldenburg
CoA Schönburg County.svg Schönburg-Waldenburg Lordship
1700: County
1790: Principality
Upp Sax WE 1566: Partitioned from Schönburg-Glauchau 1614: Partitioned into itself and Schönburg-Lichtenstein
1700: HRE Count
1701: Partitioned into Schönburg-Hartenstein, Schönburg-Lichtenstein, Schönburg-Stein and itself
1740: Mediatised to Saxony
1754: Extinct; to Schönburg-Hartenstein and Schönburg-Stein
1790: Renamed from Schönburg-Stein
1800: Partitioned into itself and Schönburg-Hartenstein
CoA Schönburg County.svg Schönburg-Wechselburg Lordship
1764: County
Upp Sax WE 1612: Partitioned from Schönburg-Penig c. 1670: Partitioned into Schönburg-Wechselburg-Wechselburg and Schönburg-Wechselburg-Penig
1764: Reunited by Schönburg-Wechselburg-Wechselburg; mediate to Saxony
CoA Schönburg County.svg Schönburg-Wechselburg-Penig Lordship
1700: County
Upp Sax WE c. 1670: Partitioned from Schönburg-Wechselburg 1700: HRE Count
1740: Mediatised to Saxony
1764: Extinct; to Schönburg-Wechselburg-Wechselburg
CoA Schönburg County.svg Schönburg-Wechselburg-Wechselburg Lordship
1700: County
Upp Sax WE c. 1670: Partitioned from Schönburg-Wechselburg 1700: HRE Count
1740: Mediatised to Saxony
1764: Renamed to Schönburg-Wechselburg
CoA Schönburg County.svg Schönburg-Zschillen Lordship Upp Sax WE 1612: Partitioned from Schönburg-Penig 1664: Extinct; to Schönburg-Remsa
Armoiries de Brandenbourg.svg Schönecken Lordship n/a n/a 1264: Partitioned from Vianden 1370: Extinct
1384: To Trier
CoA Hatzfeld Principality.svg Schönstein Lordship n/a n/a 1250: To Burgdorf 1281: To Cologne
1589: To Hatzfeld-Wildenburg-Werther
1600: To Hatzfeld-Merthen-Schönstein
1681: To Hatzfeld-Wildenburg
1803: To Nassau
1815: To Prussia
CoA Schöntal Abbey, BW.svg Schöntal Abbacy n/a n/a 1153 1157/63: Imperial immediacy
1418: Imperial abbey
1495: Status revoked
1802: Secularised; to Württemberg
CoA Schussenried Abbey, BW.svg Schussenried Abbacy Swab SP 1183 1211: Acquired secular territory
1440: Imperial immediacy
1803: To Sternberg-Manderscheid
1806: To Württemberg
CoA Schwabegg Lordship.svg Schwabegg (Schwabeck) Lordship n/a n/a 1110: First mentioned 1167: Extinct; to Hohenstaufen
1268: To Bavaria
CoA Tengen County.svg Schwäbisch Gmünd Imperial City Swab SW 1162: First mentioned; to Hohenstaufen 1268: Free Imperial City
1802: To Württemberg
CoA Schwäbisch Hall, BW.svg Schwäbisch Hall Imperial City Swab SW 1063: First mentioned; to Comburg-Rothenburg c. 1116: To Hohenstaufen
1280: Free Imperial City
1802: To Württemberg
CoA Donauwörth, Bavaria.svg Schwäbisch Wörth (Donauwörth) Imperial City Swab SW 11th Century: First mentioned; to Bavaria 1308: Free Imperial City
1607: To Bavaria
1705: Free Imperial City
1714: To Bavaria
CoA Schwalenberg County.svg Schwalenberg County n/a n/a 1127: First mentioned 1180: Acquired Pyrmont
1194: Partitioned into itself and Pyrmont
1219: Partitioned into itself and Waldeck
1243: Partitioned into Sternberg and itself
1365: Extinct; to Lippe
CoA Schwarzburg County.svg Schwarzburg County n/a n/a 11th Century: First mentioned 1160: Partitioned into itself and Käfernburg
1184: Extinct; to Käfernburg
1236: Partitioned into Schwarzburg-Leutenberg and Schwarzburg-Blankenburg

1379: Sold Saalfeld to Meissen
1599: Division into Schwarzburg-Sondershausen and Schwarzburg-Rudolstadt
1754: HRE Council of Princes

CoA Schwarzburg County.svg Schwarzburg-Arnstadt County
1697: Principality
Upp Sax WT 1326: Partitioned from Schwarzburg-Blankenburg 1334: Acquired Rudolstadt
1340: Acquired Frankenhausen
1356: Acquired Sondershausen; partitioned into itself and Schwarzburg-Rudolstadt
1374: Partitioned into Schwarzburg-Blankenburg and Schwarzburg-Ranis
1583: Partitioned from Schwarzburg-Blankenburg
1599: Renamed to Schwarzburg-Sondershausen
1651: Partitioned from Schwarzburg-Sondershausen
1669: Extinct; to Schwarzburg-Sondershausen
1781: Partitioned from Schwarzburg-Sondershausen
1697: HRE Prince
1718: Extinct; to Schwarzburg-Sondershausen
CoA Schwarzburg County.svg Schwarzburg-Arnstadt Principality n/a n/a 1713: Appanage created within Schwarzburg-Sondershausen 1762: Extinct; appanage abolished
CoA Schwarzburg County.svg Schwarzburg-Blankenburg County Upp Sax WT 1236: Partitioned from Schwarzburg 1274: Partitioned into Schwarzburg-Schwarzburg and itself
1306: Acquired Arnstadt
1326: Partitioned into Schwarzburg-Arnstadt and itself
1357: Extinct; to Schwarzburg-Arnstadt
1374: Partitioned from Schwarzburg-Arnstadt
1385: Extinct; to Schwarzburg-Ranis
1438: Renamed from Schwarzburg-Rudolstadt
1503: Partitioned into itself and Schwarzburg-Rudolstadt
1528: Partitioned into itself and Schwarzburg-Frankenhausen
1583: Partitioned into Schwarzburg-Arnstadt, Schwarzburg-Frankenhausen and Schwarzburg-Rudolstadt
CoA Schwarzburg County.svg Schwarzburg-Ebeleben County Upp Sax WT 1651: Renamed from Schwarzburg-Sondershausen 1681: Extinct; divided between Schwarzburg-Arnstadt and Schwarzburg-Sondershausen
CoA Schwarzburg County.svg Schwarzburg-Ebeleben Principality n/a n/a 1713: Appanage created within Schwarzburg-Sondershausen
CoA Schwarzburg County.svg Schwarzburg-Frankenhausen County Upp Sax WT 1528: Partitioned from Schwarzburg-Blankenburg 1537: Extinct; to Schwarzburg-Blankenburg
1583: Partitioned from Schwarzburg-Blankenburg
1598: Extinct; to Schwarzburg-Rudolstadt
1612: Partitioned from Schwarzburg-Rudolstadt
1624: Traded territory with Count of Schwarzburg-Stadtilm
1634: Extinct; to Schwarzburg-Rudolstadt
CoA Schwarzburg County.svg Schwarzburg-Keula Principality n/a n/a 1713: Appanage created within Schwarzburg-Sondershausen 1740: Inherited Schwarzburg-Sondershausen; appanage abolished
CoA Schwarzburg County.svg Schwarzburg-Leutenberg County Upp Sax WT 1236: Partitioned from Schwarzburg 1259: Extinct; to Schwarzburg-Blankenburg
1362: Partitioned from Schwarzburg-Schwarzburg
1564: Extinct; to Schwarzburg-Rudolstadt
CoA Schwarzburg County.svg Schwarzburg-Neustadt Principality n/a n/a 1713: Appanage created within Schwarzburg-Sondershausen 1749: Extinct; appanage abolished
CoA Schwarzburg County.svg Schwarzburg-Ranis County n/a n/a 1374: Partitioned from Schwarzburg-Arnstadt 1418: Extinct; to Schwarzburg-Rudolstadt
CoA Schwarzburg County.svg Schwarzburg-Rudolstadt
Prince of Schwarzburg (-Rudolstadt), Count of Hohenstein, Lord of Arnstadt, Sondershausen, Leutenberg, Blankenburg, etc
County
1710: Principality
Upp Sax WT / PR 1356: Partitioned from Schwarzburg-Arnstadt 1438: Renamed to Schwarzburg-Blankenburg
1503: Partitioned from Schwarzburg-Rudolstadt
1567: Extinct; to Schwarzburg-Blankenburg
1583: Partitioned from Schwarzburg-Blankenburg
1612: Partitioned into itself, Schwarzburg-Frankenhausen and Schwarzburg-Stadtilm
1710: HRE Prince
1754: Bench of Secular Princes
CoA Schwarzburg County.svg Schwarzburg-Schwarzburg County n/a n/a 1274: Partitioned from Schwarzburg-Blankenburg 1327: Partitioned into itself and Schwarzburg-Wachsenburg
1362: Partitioned into itself and Schwarzburg-Leutenberg
1399: Extinct; to Schwarzburg-Leutenberg
CoA Schwarzburg County.svg Schwarzburg-Sondershausen
HRE Prince of Schwarzburg-Sonderhausen, Count of Hohenstein, Lord of Arnstadt, Sondershausen, Leutenberg
County
1697: Principality
Upp Sax WT / PR 1599: Renamed from Schwarzburg-Arnstadt 1651: Partitioned into Schwarzburg-Arnstadt, itself and Schwarzburg-Ebeleben
1681: Partitioned into itself and Schwarzburg-Arnstadt
1697: HRE Prince
1713: Appanages Schwarzburg-Keula, created
1754: Bench of Secular Princes
CoA Schwarzburg County.svg Schwarzburg-Stadtilm County Upp Sax WT 1612: Partitioned from Schwarzburg-Rudolstadt 1624: Traded territory with Count of Schwarzburg-Frankenhausen
1630: Inherited and renamed to Schwarzburg-Rudolstadt
CoA Schwarzburg County.svg Schwarzburg-Wachsenburg County n/a n/a 1327: Partitioned from Schwarzburg-Schwarzburg 1360: Sold Spremberg to Bohemia
1369: Sold Wachsenburg to Thuringia
1450: Extinct; to Schwarzburg-Leutenberg
Armoiries de Schwarzenberg 1.svg Schwarzenberg
HRE Prince of Schwarzenberg, Princely Landgrave of Klettgau, Count of Sulz, Duke of Krummau, Lord of Gimborn)
Barony
1670: Principality
Franc FR / PR 1429: Renamed from Seinsheim-Stephansberg 1435: Acquired Hohenlandsberg
1437: Partitioned into Schwarzenberg Franconian Line and Schwarzenberg-Hohenlandsberg
1670: HRE Prince; Renamed from Schwarzenberg Franconian Line
1674: Bench of Secular Princes
1689: Acquired Klettgau
1806: Klettgau to Baden, rest to Bavaria
Armoiries de Schwarzenberg 1.svg Schwarzenberg Bavarian Line Barony Franc FR 1528: Partitioned from Schwarzenberg-Hohenlandsberg 1538: Partitioned into Schwarzenberg Elder Bavarian Line and Schwarzenberg Elder Bavarian Line
Armoiries de Schwarzenberg 1.svg Schwarzenberg-Bierset and Champlon Barony n/a n/a c. 1510: Edmund I of Schwarzenberg Franconian Line created side line; fief of Liège 1678: Extinct
Armoiries de Schwarzenberg 1.svg Schwarzenberg Elder Bavarian Line Barony
1566: County
Franc FR 1538: Partitioned from Schwarzenberg Bavarian Line 1566: HRE Count
1646: Extinct; to Schwarzenberg Franconian Line
Armoiries de Schwarzenberg 1.svg Schwarzenberg Franconian Line
HRE Prince of Schwarzenberg, Princely Landgrave of Klettgau, Count of Sulz, Duke of Krummau, Lord of Gimborn)
Barony
1599: County
Franc FR 1437: Renamed from Schwarzenberg c. 1510: Side line Schwarzenberg-Bierset and Champlon created
1550: Acquired Gimborn
1599: HRE Count
1670: HRE Prince; renamed to Schwarzenberg
Armoiries de Schwarzenberg 1.svg Schwarzenberg-Hohenlandsberg Barony
1566: County
Franc FR 1437: Partitioned from Schwarzenberg 1528: Partitioned into Schwarzburg Bavarian Line and itself
1566: HRE Count
1588: Extinct; to Schwarzenberg Franconian Line
Armoiries de Schwarzenberg 1.svg Schwarzenberg Younger Bavarian Line Barony
1566: County
Franc FR 1538: Partitioned from Schwarzenberg Bavarian Line 1566: HRE Count
1618: Extinct; to Schwarzenberg Elder Bavarian Line
CoA Schweidnitz Duchy.svg Schweidnitz (Świdnica) Duchy n/a n/a 1308: Partitioned from Jauer 1346: Inherited Jauer, renamed to Schweidnitz-Jauer
CoA Schweidnitz Duchy.svg Schweidnitz-Jauer Duchy n/a n/a 1346: Renamed from Schweidnitz after inheritance of Jauer 1368: Extinct in male line; to Agnes of Austria
1392: Extinct; to Bohemia
1742: To Prussia
CoA Schweinfurt, Bavaria.svg Schweinfurt County
941: Margraviate
n/a n/a 9th Century?: First mentioned 941: HRE Margrave
1003: Lost Nordgau to Bamberg
1057: Extinct in male line
1104: Extinct; sold to Eichstätt
CoA Schweinfurt, Bavaria.svg Schweinfurt Imperial City Franc SW 1233: Imperial Free City 1802: To Bavaria
1810: To Würzburg
1814: To Bavaria
CoA Schwerin Diocese.svg Schwerin Bishopric Low Sax EC 1053: Diocese established at Mecklenburg 1162: Relocated to Schwerin
1171: Acquired Bützow
1181: HRE Prince of the Empire
1648: Secularised as Principality for Mecklenburg-Schwerin, see below
CoA Schwerin Principality.svg Schwerin Principality Low Sax PR 1648: Bishopric secularised as principality for Mecklenburg-Schwerin
CoA Schwerin County.svg Schwerin County n/a n/a 1161: To Saxony 1167: Gunzelin I of Hagen; fief of Saxony
1180: Imperial immediacy
1203: Acquired Wittenburg and Boizenburg
1279: Partitioned into Schwerin-Schwerin and Schwerin-Wittenburg
CoA Schwerin County.svg Schwerin-Boizenburg County n/a n/a 1323: Partitioned from Schwerin-Wittenburg 1349: Extinct; to Schwerin-Wittenburg
CoA Schwerin County.svg Schwerin-Schwerin County n/a n/a 1279: Partitioned from Schwerin 1344: Extinct; to Schwerin-Wittenburg
CoA Schwerin County.svg Schwerin-Wittenburg County n/a n/a 1279: Partitioned from Schwerin 1323: Partitioned into itself and Schwerin-Boizenburg
1356: Side line Tecklenburg established
1357: Extinct; to Tecklenburg
1358: Sold to Mecklenburg-Schwerin
CoA Schwyz Canton.svg Schwyz Imperial Valley Swab n/a 972: To Lenzburg 1173: To Habsburg
1240: Free Imperial Valley
1291: Joined the Swiss Confederation
1648: Left the Empire as part of Switzerland
CoA Seckau Diocese.svg Seckau Bishopric Aust EC 1218: Established; HRE Prince of the Empire 16th Century: Removed from the Austrian Circle and Bench of Spiritual Princes as it did not possess immediate territory
CoA Querfurt County.svg Seeburg County n/a n/a c. 1036: Partitioned from Querfurt 1182: Sold to Magdeburg
1192: Extinct
1287: Sold to Mansfeld Elder Line
CoA Seinsheim Barony.svg Seinsheim Lordship
1580: Barony
Franc FR c. 1200: First mentioned c. 1260: Partitioned into Seinsheim-Stephansberg and Seinsheim-Erlach
Renamed from Seinsheim-Hohenkottenheim; HRE Baron
c. 1590: Joined the Franconian Counts
1591: Extinct; to Schwarzenberg
CoA Seinsheim Barony.svg Seinsheim-Erlach Lordship n/a n/a c. 1260: Partitioned from Seinsheim c. 1360: Partitioned into itself and Seinsheim-Hohenkottenheim
1433: Extinct; to Seinheim-Hohenkottenheim
CoA Seinsheim Barony.svg Seinsheim-Hohenkottenheim Lordship n/a n/a c. 1360: Partitioned from Seinsheim-Erlach 1580: Renamed to Seinsheim
CoA Seinsheim Barony.svg Seinsheim-Stephansberg Lordship n/a n/a c. 1260: Partitioned from Seinsheim 1420: Acquired Schwarzenberg
1429: Renamed to Schwarzenberg
Blason ville fr Sélestat (Alsace).svg Sélestat
See: Schlettstadt
Imperial City
Coats of arms of None.svg Selz (Seltz) Abbacy El Rhin n/a 991: Founded 992: Imperial immediacy
1481: To the Palatinate
1680: To France
1692: Suppressed
Blason ville fr Seltz.svg Selz (Seltz) Imperial City n/a n/a 1358: Free Imperial City 1418: To the Palatinate
1680: To France
CoA Sickingen Family.svg Sickingen Lordship n/a n/a 1289: First mentioned 1466: Acquired Merxheim
1525: Acquired Schallodenbach
1574: Partitioned into Sickingen-Schallodenbach, Sickingen-Landstuhl, Sickingen-Sickingen, Sickingen-Ebernburg and Sickingen-Hohenburg
CoA Sickingen Family.svg Sickingen-Ebernburg Lordship n/a n/a 1574: Partitioned from Sickingen 1750: Sold to the Palatinate
1768: Extinct
CoA Sickingen Family.svg Sickingen-Hohenburg County Swab SC 1574: Partitioned from Sickingen 1606: HRE Baron
1784: HRE Count
1791: Joined the Swabian Counts
1794: Left-bank territory to France
1806: Remaining territory to Baden
CoA Sickingen Family.svg Sickingen-Landstuhl Lordship n/a n/a 1574: Partitioned from Sickingen 1680: Extinct; divided between Sickingen-Hohenburg and Sickingen-Sickingen
CoA Sickingen Family.svg Sickingen-Schallodenbach Lordship n/a n/a 1574: Partitioned from Sickingen 1684: Extinct
CoA Sickingen Family.svg Sickingen-Sickingen Lordship n/a n/a 1574: Partitioned from Sickingen 1794: To France
1834: Extinct
CoA Siegberg, NRW.svg Siegburg
See: Michaelsberg
Abbacy
CoA Sigmaringen County.svg Sigmaringen County n/a n/a 1077: First mentioned 1083: Acquired Spitzenberg
1147: To Helfenstein
1200: To Helfenstein-Sigmaringen
1258: To Helfenstein-Helfenstein
1272: To Montfort-Bregenz
1290: Sold to Austria
1325: To Württemberg
1399: To Werdenberg-Trochtelfingen
1445: To Werdenberg-Heiligenberg
1460: Made fief of Austria
1471: To Werdenberg-Sigmaringen
1508: To Werdenberg-Heiligenberg
1534: To Hohenzollern-Hechingen
1575: To Hohenzollern-Sigmaringen
CoA Sinzendorf Family.svg Sinzendorf Lordship n/a n/a 13th Century: First mentioned; ministerialis of Kremsmünster Abbey in Austria 1404: Acquired Feyregg
c. 1450: Partitioned into Sinzendorf-Feyregg and Sinzendorf-Fridau-Neuburg
CoA Sinzendorf Family.svg Sinzendorf-Ernstbrunn
HRE Prince of Sinzendorf & Thannhausen, Burgrave of Winterrieden, Baron of Ernstbrunn
Lordship
1610: Barony
1653: County
1803: Principality
El Rhin WE 1592: Renamed from Sinzendorf-Feyregg 1610: HRE Baron
1653: Acquired Rheineck; HRE Count
1796: Rheineck to France
1803: Compensated with Winterrieden; HRE Prince
1806: To Bavaria
CoA Sinzendorf Family.svg Sinzendorf-Feyregg Lordship n/a n/a c. 1450: Partitioned from Sinzendorf 1566: Sold Feyregg
1592: Acquired Ernstbrunn; renamed to Sinzendorf-Ernstbrunn
CoA Sinzendorf Family.svg Sinzendorf-Fridau-Neuburg Lordship
1610: Barony
1654: County
Swab SC c. 1450: Partitioned from Sinzendorf 1497: Acquired Fridau
1610: HRE Baron
1654: Acquired Neuburg; HRE Count
1677: Acquired Thannhausen; Swabian Counts
1680: Lost Neuburg to Austria
1708: Sold Thannhausen to Stadion
1767: Extinct
CoA Valais Canton.svg Sion (Sitten) Bishopric Upp Rhen EC 4th Century: Established at Martigny 589: Relocated to Sion
999: Acquired Valais
1648: Left the Empire as an ally of Switzerland
Armoiries de Moncler.svg Soest Imperial City Low Rhen RH 1252: Free Imperial City 1609: Awarded to Brandenburg, city refused
1616: To Brandenburg
Coats of arms of None.svg Söflingen (Söfflingen) Abbacy Swab SP 1258 1773: Imperial immediacy
1803: To Bavaria
1810: To Württemberg
CoA Solms County.svg Solms County n/a n/a 1212: First mentioned 1258: Partitioned into Solms-Braunfels, Solms-Burg-Solms and Solms-Königsberg
CoA Solms County.svg Solms-Assenheim County Upp Rhen WT 1699: Partitioned from Solms-Rödelheim 1806: To the Grand Duchy of Hesse (Hesse-Darmstadt)
CoA Solms County.svg Solms-Baruth County Upp Rhen WT 1627: Partitioned from Solms-Laubach c. 1676: Renamed to Solms-Rödelheim; appanages Solms-Laubach, Solms-Baruth and Solms-Wildenfels created
CoA Solms County.svg Solms-Baruth County n/a n/a c. 1676: Appanage created within Solms-Rödelheim 1696: Appanage Solms-Baruth in Klitschdorf created
CoA Solms County.svg Solms-Baruth in Klitschdorf County n/a n/a 1696: Appanage created within Solms-Rödelheim from Solms-Baruth
CoA Solms County.svg Solms-Braunfels County
1742: Principality
Upp Rhen WT / PR 1258: Partitioned from Solms 1324: Side line Solms-Ottenstein founded
1418: Acquired Münzenberg, Hungen, Lich and Laubach
1420: Partitioned into itself and Solms-Lich
1607: Partitioned into itself, Solms-Greifenstein and Solms-Hungen
1693: Inherited by Solms-Greifenstein
1696: Acquired Tecklenburg
1707: Sold Tecklenburg to Prussia
1742: HRE Prince
1803: Bench of Princes
1806: Braunfels and Greifenstein to Nassau, share of Limpurg to Württemberg, rest to Hesse-Darmstadt
CoA Solms County.svg Solms-Burg-Solms (Solms-Burgsolms) County n/a n/a 1258: Partitioned from Solms 1415: Extinct; to Solms-Braunfels
CoA Solms County.svg Solms-Greifenstein County Upp Rhen WT 1607: Partitioned from Solms-Braunfels 1693: Inherited and renamed to Solms-Braunfels
CoA Solms County.svg Solms-Hohensolms County Upp Rhen WT 1562: Partitioned from Solms-Lich 1718: Renamed to Solms-Hohensolms-Lich
CoA Solms County.svg Solms-Hohensolms-Lich County
1792: Principality
Upp Rhen WT 1562: Partitioned from Solms-Lich 1718: Renamed to Solms-Hohensolms-Lich
1792: HRE Prince
1806: To the Grand Duchy of Hesse (Hesse-Darmstadt)
CoA Solms County.svg Solms-Hungen County Upp Rhen WT 1607: Partitioned from Solms-Braunfels 1678: Extinct; to Solms-Greifenstein
CoA Solms County.svg Solms-Königsberg County n/a n/a 1258: Partitioned from Solms 1350: Königsberg to Hesse
1364: Extinct; to Solms-Burg-Solms by marriage
CoA Solms County.svg Solms-Königstein County n/a n/a 1741: Appanage created within Solms-Rödelheim from Solms-Wildenfels 1792: Extinct; appanage abolished
CoA Solms County.svg Solms-Laubach County Upp Rhen WT 1548: Partitioned from Solms-Lich 1581: Partitioned into itself and Solms-Sonnewalde
1627: Partitioned into Solms-Rödelheim, itself, Solms-Sonnewalde and Solms-Baruth
1676: Extinct; to Solms-Baruth
CoA Solms County.svg Solms-Laubach County n/a n/a c. 1676: Appanage created within Solms-Rödelheim 1696: Appanages Solms-Utphe and Solms-Wildenfels created
CoA Solms County.svg Solms-Lich County Upp Rhen WT 1420: Partitioned from Solms-Braunfels 1461: Acquired Assenheim and Rödelheim
1537: Acquired Sonnewalde as fief of Lusatia
1548: Partitioned into itself and Solms-Laubach
1562: Partitioned into itself and Solms-Hohensolms
1718: Extinct; to Solms-Hohensolms
CoA Solms County.svg Solms-Ottenstein County n/a n/a 1324: Established by Henry V of Solms-Braunfels after acquisition of Ottenstein 1408: To Münster
1424: Extinct
CoA Solms County.svg Solms-Rödelheim County Upp Rhen WT 1627: Partitioned from Solms-Laubach 1635: Extinct; to Solms-Baruth
c. 1676: Renamed from Solms-Baruth
1699: Partitioned into itself and Solms-Assenheim
1716: Extinct; to Solms-Assenheim
CoA Solms County.svg Solms-Sachsenfeld County n/a n/a 1741: Appanage created within Solms-Rödelheim from Solms-Wildenfels
CoA Solms County.svg Solms-Sonnewalde County n/a n/a 1581: Partitioned from Solms-Laubach; fief of Saxony 1615: Extinct; to Solms-Laubach
1627: Partitioned from Solms-Laubach
1688: Partitioned into Solms-Sonnewalde-Pouch and Solms-Sonnewalde-Hillmersdorf
CoA Solms County.svg Solms-Sonnewalde-Pouch County n/a n/a 1688: Partitioned from Solms-Sonnewalde 1728: Partitioned into Solms-Sonnewalde-Wendisch Sohland, Solms-Sonnewalde-Kropstädt, itself and Solms-Sonnewalde-Rösa
1796: Extinct; to Solms-Sonnewalde-Rösa
CoA Solms County.svg Solms-Sonnewalde-Hillmersdorf County n/a n/a 1688: Partitioned from Solms-Sonnewalde 1718: Extinct; to Solms-Sonnewalde-Pouch
CoA Solms County.svg Solms-Sonnewalde-Kropstädt County n/a n/a 1728: Partitioned from Solms-Sonnewalde-Pouch
CoA Solms County.svg Solms-Sonnewalde-Rösa County n/a n/a 1728: Partitioned from Solms-Sonnewalde-Pouch
CoA Solms County.svg Solms-Sonnewalde-Wendisch Sohland County n/a n/a 1728: Partitioned from Solms-Sonnewalde-Pouch 1803: Extinct; to Solms-Sonnewalde-Kropstädt
CoA Solms County.svg Solms-Utphe County n/a n/a 1696: Appanage created within Solms-Rödelheim from Solms-Laubach 1762: Extinct; appanage abolished
CoA Solms County.svg Solms-Wildenfels County n/a n/a c. 1676: Appanage created within Solms-Rödelheim 1690: Extinct; appanage abolished
1696: Recreated as appanage within Solms-Rödelheim from Solms-Laubach
1741: Appanages Solms-Sachsenfeld and Solms-Königstein split off
CoA Solothurn Canton.svg Solothurn Imperial City Swab SW 1127: To Zähringen 1218: Free Imperial City
1353: Ally of the Swiss Confederation
1481: Joined the Swiss Confederation
1648: Left the Empire as part of Switzerland
Armoiries de Sombreffe 1.svg Sombreffe (Sombreff, Someruff, Zimerauff) Lordship Low Rhen WE 13th Century: First mentioned; to Orbais as fief of Brabant 1397: Acquired Reken
1446: To Vernembourg
1501: Rekem to Pirmont
1506: Acquired Reichenstein
1523: Sold Reichenstein to Wied
1543: To Culembourg
CoA Sonnenberg County.svg Sonnenberg Lordship
1463: County
n/a n/a 1242: First mentioned; to Montfort 1258: To Werdenberg-Sargans
1342: To Werdenberg-Sargans-Sargans
1455: Sold to Waldburg-Sonnenberg
1474: Sold to Austria
CoA Speyer Diocese.svg Speyer Bishopric Upp Rhen EC 614: First mentioned 7th Century: Acquired territory in the Speyergau
1086: Acquired remainder of the Speyergau
1792: Left-bank territory to France
1803: Right-bank territory to Baden
1816: Left-bank territory to Bavaria
DEU Speyer COA.svg Speyer Imperial City Upp Rhen RH 1294: Free Imperial City 1792: To France
1816: To Bavaria
CoA Spiegelberg County.svg Spiegelberg County Low Rhen WE 1200: First mentioned; to Poppenburg 1217: Renamed from Poppenburg
1225: Lost Spiegelberg to Homburg
1300: Moved to Coppenbrügge
1494: Acquired Pyrmont
1568: To Lippe-Spiegelberg-Pyrmont
1583: To Gleichen-Tonna
1631: To Brunswick-Calenberg
Coats of arms of None.svg Spoleto Duchy n/a n/a 842: Invested on Guy of Nantes 880: Partitioned into itself and Camerino
1201: To the Papal States
CoA Farther Sponheim.svg Sponheim County n/a n/a 1045: First mentioned c. 1234: Partitioned into Sponheim-Starkenburg, Sponheim-Heinsberg and Sponheim-Kreuznach
CoA Hither Sponheim.svg Sponheim-Bolanden County n/a n/a 1277: Partitioned from Sponheim-Kreuznach 1410: Extinct; to Nassau-Weilburg by marriage
CoA Hither Sponheim.svg Sponheim-Castellaun (Sponheim-Kastellaun) County n/a n/a 1300: Partitioned from Sponheim-Kreuznach 1340: Inherited and renamed to Sponheim-Kreuznach
CoA Farther Sponheim.svg Sponheim-Heinsberg County n/a n/a c. 1234: Partitioned from Sponheim 1269: Partitioned into Heinsberg and Löwenburg
CoA Hither Sponheim.svg Sponheim-Kreuznach (Hither Sponheim; Vordere Sponheim) County n/a n/a c. 1234: Partitioned from Sponheim 1277: Partitioned into itself, Sponheim-Bolanden and Sponheim-Neef
1300: Partitioned into Sponheim-Castellaun and itself
1340: Inherited by Sponheim-Castellaun
1417: Extinct; to Sponheim-Starkenburg
CoA Hither Sponheim.svg Sponheim-Neef County n/a n/a 1277: Partitioned from Sponheim-Kreuznach 1303: Extinct; to Metz-Scharfeneck
CoA Farther Sponheim.svg Sponheim-Sayn
See: Sayn
County
CoA Farther Sponheim.svg Sponheim-Starkenburg (Farther Sponheim; Hintere Sponheim) County n/a n/a c. 1234: Partitioned from Sponheim 1247: Acquired Sayn by marriage
1266: Partitioned into Sayn and itself
1437: Extinct; to Veldenz and Baden in condominium
CoA Stadion Family.svg Stadion Lordship 1197: First mentioned; branch of Stain 1392: Partitioned into Stadion Swabian Line and Stadion Alsatian Line
CoA Stadion Family.svg Stadion Alsatian Line Lordship
1686: Barony
1705: County
Swab SC 1392: Partitioned from Stadion 1686: HRE Baron
1696: Acquired Warthausen
1705: Acquired Thannhausen; HRE Count
1708: Joined the Swabian Counts
1741: Partitioned into Stadion-Warthausen and Stadion-Thannhausen
CoA Stadion Family.svg Stadion Swabian Line Lordship n/a n/a 1392: Partitioned from Stadion 1585: Acquired Alberweiler
1693: Extinct; to Stadion Alsatian Line
CoA Stadion Family.svg Stadion-Thannhausen County Swab SC 1741: Partitioned from Stadion Alsatian Line 1806: To Bavaria
CoA Stadion Family.svg Stadion-Warthausen County Swab SC 1741: Partitioned from Stadion Alsatian Line 1806: To Württemberg
CoA Stain Family.svg Stain Lordship
1611: Barony
1779: County
n/a n/a 922: First mentioned 1611: HRE Baron
1779: HRE Count
1806: To Württemberg
Blason Seigneurs de Stargard.svg Stargard Lordship n/a n/a 1130: To Pomerania 1236: To Brandenburg
1304: To Mecklenburg as fief of Brandenburg
1347: To Mecklenburg directly
1352: To Mecklenburg-Stargard
1471: To Mecklenburg-Schwerin
1520: To Mecklenburg-Güstrow
1701: To Mecklenburg-Strelitz
Blason fam at Starhemberg.svg Starhemberg 1679: HRE Count (Personalist)
1765: HRE Prince (Personalist)
n/a FR 1679 12th century: Family 1st mentioned
Blason fam at Starhemberg.svg Starhemberg-Schaumburg-Wachsenberg
Prince of Starhemberg, Count of Schaumburg-Wachsenberg, etc.
1705: HRE Prince Acquired County of Schaumburg-Wachsenberg
CoA Stauffer zu Ehrenfels Family.svg Stauf-Ehrenfels Lordship
1465: Barony
County
Bavarian SC 1138: First mentioned; ministerialis of Regensburg 1328: Lost Stauf to Nuremberg
1385: Acquired Heimhof
1427: Traded Heimhof for Köfering
1432: Acquired Ehrenfels
1448: Acquired Sünching and Triftlfing
1465: HRE Baron
1500: Acquired Schrotzhofen
1552: First appearance at the Imperial Diet
1568: Sold Ehrenfels to Palatinate-Neuburg
1598: Extinct; remainder to Palatinate-Neuburg
CoA Stauffen Family.svg Staufen Lordship
14th Century: Barony
Swab SC 12th Century: First mentioned 13th Century: Imperial immediacy
1346: Acquired Werrach
Late 14th Century: HRE Baron
1602: Extinct; to Austria
Coats of arms of None.svg Principality of Stavelot-Malmedy (Stablo-Malmedy) RA Low Rhen EC 648: Malmedy Abbey established 651: Stavelot Abbey established; ruled in union
747: Acquired territory from Carloman
882: Acquired Blendef
1793: To France
1816: To the Netherlands
1830: To Belgium
CoA Styria Duchy.svg Steiermark
See: Styria
Duchy
CoA Rhinegraviate Stein.svg Stein County
1194: Rhinegraviate
1350: Wild- and Rhinegraviate
n/a n/a 1126: First mentioned; branch of Petra 1194: Acquired 1/2 of the Rhinegraviate
1220: Partitioned into Stein-Rheingrafenstein and Stein-Rheinberg
1305/6: Reunited by Stein-Rheingrafenstein
1350: Acquired Dhaun
1419: Acquired Kyrburg
1475: Acquired Salm in the Vosges, renamed to Salm
CoA Rhinegraviate Stein.svg Stein-Rheinberg Rhinegraviate n/a n/a 1220: Partitioned from Stein 1305/6: Extinct; to Stein-Rheingrafenstein
CoA Rhinegraviate Stein.svg Stein-Rheingrafenstein Rhinegraviate n/a n/a 1220: Partitioned from Stein 1223: Acquired remainder of the Rhinegraviate
1281: Rhinegraviate to Mainz
1305/6: Renamed to Stein
CoA Stein am Rhein, Schaffhausen 1951.svg Stein am Rhein
See: St George in Stein
Abbacy
CoA Stein am Rhein, Schaffhausen 1951.svg Stein am Rhein Imperial City n/a n/a 1457: Free Imperial City 1484: To Zürich
1648: Left the Empire as part of Switzerland
CoA Stein zu Nassau Family.svg Stein zu Nassau Lordship
15th Century: Barony
n/a n/a 1195: First mentioned; fief of Nassau 1361: Acquired Schweighausen
15th Century: HRE Baron
1804: To Nassau
CoA Steinfurt County.svg Steinfurt Lordship
1495: County
Low Rhen WE 1129: First mentioned 1343: To Bishopric of Münster
1357: Acquired Laer and part of their former territory
1421: To Bentheim
1454: To Bentheim-Steinfurt
1804: To Bentheim and Steinfurt
1806: To Berg
1811: To France
1815: To Prussia
CoA Sternberg County.svg Sternberg County n/a n/a 1243: Partitioned from Schwalenberg 1377: Sold to Schaumburg
1400: Half sold to Lippe
1402: Extinct; rest sold to Lippe
CoA Sternberg-Manderscheid.svg Sternberg-Manderscheid County Low Rhen WF 1780: Franz Joseph of Sternberg acquired Manderscheid-Blankenheim by marriage 1794: To France
1803: Compensated with Schussenried and Weissenau
1806: To Württemberg
CoA Störnstein Princely County.svg Sternstein
See: Störnstein
Princely County
CoA Stetten Family.svg Stetten Lordship n/a n/a 1098: First mentioned; ministerialis of Comburg Abbey 1336: Acquired Buchenbach
1387: Acquired Tierburg
1806: To Baden, Württemberg and Bavaria
CoA Stolberg County.svg Stolberg County Upp Sax WT 1200: First mentioned at Artern 1210: First mentioned at Stolberg
1231: Partitioned into itself and Bockstädt
1429: Acquired Wernigerode
1535: Side line Stolberg-Königstein founded
1544: Partitioned into Stolberg-Stolberg and Stolberg-Wernigerode
CoA Stolberg County.svg Stolberg-Gedern County
1742: Principality
Upp Rhen WT 1672: Partitioned from Stolberg-Wernigerode 1710: Partitioned into itself, Stolberg-Wernigerode and Stolberg-Schwarza
1742: HRE Prince
1804: Extinct; to Stolberg-Wernigerode
CoA Stolberg County.svg Stolberg-Königstein County Upp Rhen WT 1535: Established when Louis of Stolberg acquired Eppstein-Königstein 1544: Acquired Rochefort
1574: Rochefort to Löwenstein-Wertheim
1581: Extinct; Königstein to Mainz; rest to Stolberg-Wernigerode
CoA Stolberg County.svg Stolberg-Schwarza County Upp Rhen WT 1710: Partitioned from Stolberg-Gedern 1743: Extinct; to Stolberg-Wernigerode
CoA Stolberg County.svg Stolberg-Stolberg County Upp Rhen WT 1544: Partitioned from Stolberg 1549: Acquired Schwarza
1631: Extinct; to Stolberg-Wernigerode
1645: Partitioned from Stolberg-Wernigerode
1706: Partitioned into itself and Stolberg-Rossla
1806: To Saxony
CoA Stolberg County.svg Stolberg-Rossla (Stolberg-Roßla) County Upp Rhen WT 1572: Partitioned from Stolberg-Wernigerode 1641: Extinct; to Stolberg-Wernigerode
1706: Partitioned from Stolberg-Stolberg
1730: Mediatised to Saxony
CoA Stolberg County.svg Stolberg-Wernigerode County Upp Rhen WT 1544: Partitioned from Stolberg 1572: Partitioned into itself and Stolberg-Rossla
1581: Acquired Gedern and Baldern
1645: Partitioned into itself and Stolberg-Stolberg
1672: Partitioned into itself and Stolberg-Gedern
1710: Extinct; to and partitioned from Stolberg-Gedern
1714: Mediatised to Prussia
1804: Inherited Gedern
1806: Gedern to the Grand Duchy of Hesse (Hesse-Darmstadt)
Armoiries Raugraf 1.svg Stolzenberg Raugraviate n/a n/a 1172: Partitioned from Baumburg 1358: Extinct; to Bolanden
CoA Strele Family.svg Storkow Lordship n/a n/a 1136: First mentioned; to Lusatia / Meissen 1202: To Strele as fief of Landsberg
1384: To Biberstein
1518: To Lebus
1556: To Brandenburg-Küstrin
1575: To Brandenburg
CoA Störnstein Princely County.svg Störnstein (Sternstein) Lordship
1641: Princely County
Bav n/a 12th Century: First mentioned; to Stöhr 14th Century: To Pflugk
To Heideck
1355: Made fief of Bohemia
c. 1548: Confiscated by Austria
1562: To Lobkowitz as fief of Bohemia
1641: HRE Princely Count; imperial immediacy; Bavarian Circle
1806: To Bavaria
CoA Strasbourg Diocese.svg Strasbourg Bishopric Upp Rhen EC Before 343: Diocese established 775: Acquired territory
982: Imperial immediacy
1681: Left bank to France
1803: Right bank to Baden
Blason Strasbourg.svg Strasbourg (Strassburg; Straßburg) Imperial City Upp Rhen RH 1262: Free Imperial City 1681: To France
CoA Lupfen County.svg Stühlingen County
1120: Landgraviate
Swab SC 1084: First mentioned 1120: Lenzburg made HRE Landgraves
1127: To Küssenberg
1251: To Lupfen
1584: To Pappenheim-Stühlingen
1639: To Fürstenberg-Stühlingen
1806: To Baden
CoA Styria Duchy.svg Styria (Steiermark) Margraviate
1180: Duchy
Aust PR 970: First mentioned; Carinthian March under Carinthia 1180: HRE Duke
1192: To Austria
1254: To Hungary
1260: To Bohemia
1276: To Austria
1379: To Inner Austria
1436: To Austria
1564: To Inner Austria
1619: To Austria
CoA Sulz County.svg Sulz County Swab SC 910: First mentioned 1252: Lost Sulz to Gerolseck
1283: Lost Baar to Fürstenberg
1410: Acquired Klettgau
1482: Acquired Tiengen and Küssaburg
1510: Acquired Vaduz, Blumenegg and Schellenberg
1572: Partitioned into Sulz-Klettgau and Sulz-Vaduz
CoA Sulz County.svg Sulz-Klettgau County Swab SC 1572: Partitioned from Sulz 1651: Sold Rafzerfeld to Zürich
1698: Extinct; to Schwarzenberg by marriage
CoA Sulz County.svg Sulz-Vaduz County Swab SC 1572: Partitioned from Sulz 1613: Sold Vaduz and Schellenberg to Hohenems
1616: Sold Blumenegg to Weingarten Abbey
1617: Extinct
CoA Sulzbach, Hesse.svg Sulzbach Imperial Village n/a n/a 1035: To Limburg Abbey 1339: Free Imperial Village
1450: Sold to Frankfurt
1613: Free Imperial Village
1804: To Nassau
CoA Wolfstein Family.svg Sulzbürg Lordship n/a n/a 1217: First mentioned 1290: Renamed to Wolfstein
CoA Wolfstein Family.svg Sulzbürg and Pyrbaum (Sulzbürg-Pyrbaum) Barony
1673: County
Bav FR 1522: Lords of Wolfstein raised to barons in their immediate territories of Sulzbürg and Pyrbaum; Bavarian Circle 1673: HRE Count; Bench of Counts of Franconia
1740: Succession dispute between Hohenlohe-Kirchberg and Giech, and Bavaria
1768: To Bavaria
Blason département fr Haut-Rhin.svg Sundgau
See Upper Alsace
Landgraviate
CoA Swabia Duchy.svg Swabia Duchy n/a n/a c. 911: Formed from the former Stem Duchy of Alemannia 1079: To Hohenstaufen
1268: Discontinued with the extinction of Hohenstaufen; former fiefs granted immediacy
1289: Reestablished for Habsburgs
1313: Discontinued
CoA Swabia Duchy.svg Swabia Landvogtei n/a n/a 1541: Created from imperial and Austrian fiefs in Upper and Lower Swabia 1740: Renamed to Altdorf
1805: Gebrahofen to Bavaria, rest to Württemberg
1810: Gebrahofen to Württemberg
CoA Austria.svg Swabian Austria
See: Further Austria
Landgraviate
CoA Schweidnitz Duchy.svg Świdnica
See: Schweidnitz
Duchy

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