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Ακολουθούν οι ηγεμόνες της Λωρραίνης κατά δυναστείες.
The rulers of Lorraine have held different posts under different governments over different regions. The first rulers of the region were kings of the Franks whose kingdom was called Lotharingia. The Latin construction "Lotharingia" evolved over time into "Lorraine" in French and "Lothringen" in German. After the Carolingian kingdom was absorbed into its neighbouring realms in the late ninth century, dukes were appointed over the territory. In the mid-tenth century, the duchy was divided into Lower Lorraine and Upper Lorraine, the latter which became known as the Duchy of Lorraine and existed well into the modern era.
Kings of LotharingiaEdit
Charles the Bald claimed Lotharingia on Lothair's death and was crowned king in Metz, but his brother Λουδοβίκος Β' (Louis the German) opposed his claim and in (870) the Treaty of Mersen divided Lotharingia between the two brothers and subsequently their sons.
- Λουδοβίκος Γ' (Louis the Younger) (880 – 882)
- Κάρολος Δ' (Charles the Fat) (882 – 887)
- Αρνόλδος (Arnulf of Carinthia]] (887 – 895)
- Σβεντιβόλδος (Zwentibold) (895 – 900)
- Λουδοβίκος Δ' (Louis the Child) (900 – 911)
- Κάρολος Ε' (Charles the Simple) (911 – 922)
In 922, Lotharingia was subsumed into the Kingdom of Germany.
Dukes of LorraineEdit
- Gebhard (903–910)
- Reginar (910–915)
- Gilbert (925–939)
- Henry (939–940)
- Otto (942–944)
- Conrad (944–953)
- Bruno (953–965)
In 959, Lorraine was divided into two provinces: Upper and Lower, each being given to a margrave or vice-duke under Bruno. Upon Bruno's death in 965, that of Lower Lorraine, whose margrave had died, was left vacant until 977. In that year Charles was appointed duke of Lower Lorraine and Frederick I was elevated duke in Upper Lorraine. The two duchies remained separate, following separate pathways, except for the brief period between 1033 and 1044.
Dukes of Lower LorraineEdit
House of Ardennes–Verdun-EnameEdit
House of LuxembourgEdit
House of Ardennes–VerdunEdit
House of Ardennes–Bouillon Edit
Οίκος of LimburgEdit
Οίκος of Leuven Edit
Dukes of Upper LorraineEdit
Οίκος of Ardennes-BarEdit
Οίκος of Ardennes-VerdunEdit
Οίκος of Valois-AnjouEdit
Οίκος of VaudemontEdit
Junior branch of the previous rulers of Ardennes–Metz
Οίκος of LeszczyńskiEdit
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