House of Wied

House of Wied-Runkel

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Counts of Wied

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Counts of Wied (c. 860–1243)
To Isenburg-Wied
1244: 1st Line of Counts of Wied became extinct


Counts of
Runckel (1219-1462)
Counts of Wied
(1462–1698)
1462: To Lords of Runkel
1631: Partitioned between Wied-Neuwied and Wied-Dierdorf

  • Friedrich IV, Count of Wied (1518- 1568), Prince-Archbishop of Cologne from 1562 to1567.


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Counts of Runkel

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Counts of Wied from 1500

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Counts of Wied from 1562

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Counts of Wied from 1591

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Prince-Archbishop of Cologne

Counts of Wied-Neuwied (1631-1698)
Counts of Wied-Dierdorf (1631-1709) EX.

1698: Wied-Neuwied partitioned between Wied-Neuwied and Wied-Runkel


Counts of
Wied-Runkel (1698–1791)
Princes of Wied-Runkel
(1791–1824)
toNassau-Weilburg 1806
Male line extinct 1824.


Counts of
Wied-Neuwied (1698–1784)
Princes of Wied-Neuwied ( 1784–1824)
Princes of Wied
(1824–present)
mediatised toNassau-Weilburg 1806
Wilhelm Friedrich Heinrich, (1876-1945), Sovereign Prince of Albania 1913-1914.


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Counts of Wied from 1698

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Counts of Wied 1765 to 1779

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Counts of Wied 1779 to 1784

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Prince of Wied

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Sovereign Prince of Albania