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Herrschaft (Freiherrschaft, Grafschaft) Stadion-Stadion
Lordship (Barony, County) of Stadion-Stadion
State of the Holy Roman Empire
Duchy of Swabia
1200–1741 Stadion-Thannhausen
 
Stadion-Warthausen

Coat of arms

Capital Oberstadion
Government Principality
Historical era Middle Ages
 - Established ca 1200 1200
 - Division into Swabian
    and Alsatian lines
 
1392–1700
 - Raised to barony 1686
 - Raised to county 1705
 - Partitioned in twain 1741 1741
 - Both counties mediatised 1806

Stadion was a mediæval statelet of the Holy Roman Empire, located in the west of modern Bavaria and Baden-Württemberg, Germany. Emerging as a local Lordship in the early-13th century, it was raised to a Barony in 1686, and to a County in 1705. In 1741, it was partitioned between Stadion-Thannhausen and Stadion-Warthausen.

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Rulers of Stadion

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Lords of Stadion (ca 1200–1686)

  • Walter I (? – ca 1230)
  • Walter II (? – ca 1260) with…
  • Louis I (? – ca 1260)
  • Louis II (? – 1328) with…
  • Conrad (? – 1309)
  • Walter III (? – 1352)
  • Louis III (? – 1364)
  • Eitel (1364–92)
  • Conrad I (1392–1439)
  • Walter (1439–57) with…
  • Pancratius (1439–1479)
  • Nicholas (1479–1507)
  • John (1507–30)
  • John Ulrich (1530–1600)
  • John Christopher II (1600–29)
  • John Christopher III (1629–66)
  • John Philip (1666–88)

Barons of Stadion (1686–1705)

Counts of Stadion (1705–41)

References

This article incorporates information from the German Wikipedia.


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