Rulers of Austria

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Margrave of the Marchia Orientalis
First Margrave after Otto I. the Great defeated the Hungarians 
Margrave of Austria
House of Babenberg;  
House of Babenberg; first mention of 'Österreich', the German name for Austria 
House of Babenberg 
House of Babenberg 
House of Babenberg 
House of Babenberg, canonized in 1485, patron saint of Austria 
House of Babenberg, Duke of Bavaria 
House of Babenberg, Duke of Bavaria, was granted the Privilegium Minus in exchange for the rulership of Bavaria, first duke of Austria 
Duke of Austria
House of Babenberg, Duke of Bavaria, was granted the Privilegium Minus in exchange for the rulership of Bavaria, first duke of Austria 
House of Babenberg, captured the English King Richard Lionheart as a revenge for an insult received in the crusade; accredited to have created the Austrian flag; first Duke of Styria from the House of Babenberg 
House of Babenberg 
House of Babenberg, Duke of Styria 
House of Babenberg, last male member of the House of Babenberg 
House of Zähringen, Margrave of Verona and Baden, married to the niece of Frederick II. 
House of Zähringen, Margrave of Verone and Baden, executed in Naples 
House of Přemysl, King of Bohemia 
House of Habsburg, King of Germany, defeated Ottokar II. of Bohemia 
House of Habsburg, ruled jointly with his brother Albert 
House of Habsburg, King of Germany, killed by his nephew perhaps out of revenge for succeeding his brother 
House of Habsburg, ruled jointly with his brother Frederick 
House of Habsburg, 'the Fair', King of Germany, first in opposition to, and then jointly with Louis IV.  
House of Habsburg 
House of Habsburg, 'the Founder' - because he founded the University of Vienna and began the extension of the church of St Stephen in Vienna. Because Austria was not mentioned in the Golden Bull of 1356, he had forged the 'Privilegium Maius', giving the Dukes of Austria more power as well as a new title 
House of Habsburg 
House of Habsburg 
House of Habsburg, King of Germany 
House of Habsburg, King of Bohemia, King of Hungary and Croatia 
Archduke of Austria
House of Habsburg, first to legally wear the title of Archduke, which was now officially recognised by the Holy Roman Emperor Frederick III. 
House of Habsburg, Holy Roman Emperor 
House of Habsburg, King of Germany and later elected Holy Roman Emperor, managed to wed his children successfully which allowed his descendants to become kings of Spain and Portugal 
House of Habsburg, Holy Roman Emperor, King of Spain, King of Sardinia, Duke of Luxembourg, Duke of Milano, his realm was described as 'the empire on which the sun never sets' 
House of Habsburg, Holy Roman Emperor, King of Bohemia, King of Hungary, King of Croatia and Slavonia, became both Archduke of Austria and Holy Roman Emperor when his brother Charles relinquished these functions; managed to secure the title of King of Bohemia and Hungary permanently for the House of Habsburg 
House of Habsburg 
House of Habsburg, Holy Roman Emperor, quarreld with his brother and finally lost Austria to him 
House of Habsburg, Holy Roman Emperor, took Austria by force from his brother Rudolph 
House of Habsburg, King of Germany, under his reign started the Thirty Years War 
House of Habsburg, Holy Roman Emperor, ended the Thirty Years War 
House of Habsburg, Holy Roman Emperor, started (among others) the War of the Spanish Succession 
House of Habsburg, Holy Roman Emperor 
House of Habsburg, Holy Roman Emperor, last male successor of the House of Habsburg, made a number of treaties with European monarchs and other leaders to make them recognise the Pragmatic Sanction, which would ensure that female descendents could inherit the countries of the House of Habsburg 
House of Habsburg, last of the House of Habsburg, despite her father's effort concerning the pragmatic sanction, the War of Austrian Succession broke out 
House of Habsburg-Lorraine, Holy Roman Emperor, very progressive Reformer 
House of Habsburg-Lorraine, Holy Roman Emperor 
House of Habsburg-Lorraine, Holy Roman Emperor, dissolved the Holy Roman Empire, first Emperor of Austria 
Emperor of Austria
House of Habsburg-Lorraine, Holy Roman Emperor, dissolved the Holy Roman Empire, first Emperor of Austria 
House of Habsburg-Lorraine 
House of Habsburg-Lorraine, the assassination of his heir started the First World War 
House of Habsburg-Lorraine, last Emperor and monarch of Austria, had to resign after the war was lost 

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