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Bavarian Circle

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Bavarian Circle
Bayerischer Reichskreis
1500–1806
Locator Bavarian Circle.svg

The Bavarian Circle as at the beginning of the 16th century within the Holy Roman Empire
CapitalRegensburg
Historical eraEarly modern period
• Established
1500
• Disestablished
1806
Today part of Slovenia Slovenia

The Bavarian Circle (German: Bayerischer Reichskreis) was an Imperial Circle of the Holy Roman Empire.

The most significant state by far in the circle was the Duchy of Bavaria (raised to an Electorate by Emperor Ferdinand II in 1623) with the Upper Palatinate territories. Other Imperial Estates like the Prince-Archbishopric of Salzburg, the Prince-Bishoprics of Freising, Passau and Regensburg as well as the Imperial city of Regensburg, seat of the Imperial Diet from 1663, had a secondary importance.

Composition

The circle was made up of the following states:

Name Type of entity Established Comments
Duchy of Bavaria small.svg
Bavaria
Duchy 907 Established in 907, held by the House of Wittelsbach from 1180, Bavaria-Munich and Bavaria-Landshut reunited in 1506, annexed the Upper Palatinate from the Electoral Palatinate in 1628 along with the electoral dignity, inherited as a whole by the Electorate of the Palatinate in 1777.
Wappen Fürstpropstei Berchtesgaden.svg
Berchtesgaden
Prince-Provostry 1111 Established in 1111, Reichsfreiheit granted by Frederick I Barbarossa in 1156.
Wappen von Breitenbrunn.png
Breitenegg
Lordship 1624 Granted to Johann Tserclaes de Tilly by Elector Maximilian I of Bavaria in 1624, Imperial county from 1654, sold to Bavaria in 1792.
Wappen von Beratzhausen.svg
Ehrenfels
Lordship 1465 Territory around Beratzhausen, Reichsfreiheit granted by Frederick III of Habsburg in 1465, acquired by Palatinate-Neuburg in 1567.
Hochstift Freising coat of arms.png
Freising
Prince-Bishopric 724 Established by Saint Corbinian in 724, Prince-Bishopric from 1294
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Haag
County 1245 Reichsfreiheit granted by Frederick II of Hohenstaufen in 1245, Imperial county from 1509, held by the Dukes of Bavaria from 1567.
DEU Miesbach COA.svg
Hohenwaldeck
Lordship 1476 Former Freising territory, Reichsfreiheit granted by Frederick III of Habsburg in 1476, county from 1637, to Bavaria in 1734
DEU Leuchtenberg COA.svg
Leuchtenberg
Landgraviate 1146 Established about 1146, principality from 1433, inherited by the House of Wittelsbach in 1646, to Bavaria in 1712.
DEU Stift Niedermuenster COA.svg
Niedermünster in Regensburg
Prince-Abbacy 788 Established about 788, Reichsfreiheit granted by Henry II in 1002.
Reichsstift Obermuenster coat of arms.svg
Obermünster in Regensburg
Prince-Abbacy 876 Established before 876, Reichsfreiheit granted by Louis IV of Wittelsbach in 1315.
Grafschaft Ortenburg coat of arms.svg
Ortenburg
County 1120 Established about 1120, Reichsfreiheit confirmed in 1479 by Frederick III of Habsburg.
Coat of Arms of Philip William, Johann Wilhelm and Charles III Philip, Electors Palatine (Order of the Golden Fleece).svg
Palatinate-Neuburg
Duchy 1505 Wittelsbach territory established in 1505 after the Landshut War of Succession, inherited the Palatinate in 1685, line extinct in 1742, inherited by Palatinate-Sulzbach.
Arms of Pfalz-Neuburg (1609-1685).svg
Palatinate-Sulzbach
Duchy 1656 Subdivision of Palatinate-Neuburg from 1656, heir of Palatinate-Neuburg and Electoral Palatinate in 1742, both united with Bavaria in 1777.
Wappen Bistum Passau.svg
Passau
Prince-Bishopric 739 Established in 739 by Saint Boniface, Reichsfreiheit granted by Otto III in 999.
Wappen Bistum Regensburg.png
Regensburg
Prince-Bishopric 739 Established in 739 by Saint Boniface, Imperial immediacy from the 13th century
Wappen Regensburg.svg
Regensburg
Imperial City 1245 Since 1245.
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Salzburg
Prince-Archbishopric 696 Bishopric established in 696 by Saint Rupert, archbishopric from 798, prince-archbishopric from 1213.

Secularised (as the Electorate of Salzburg) and transferred to the Austrian Circle in 1803

DEU Reichsabtei Sankt Emmeram COA.svg
St Emmeram in Regensburg
Prince-Abbacy 739 Established in 739, held by the Bishops of Regensburg until 975, Reichsfreiheit granted by Adolph of Nassau in 1295.
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Störnstein
Lordship 1562 Fief of the Bohemian Crown, raised to county and granted to the House of Lobkowicz by Ferdinand I of Habsburg in 1562, gained Reichsfreiheit in 1641.
DEU Mühlhausen (Oberpfalz) COA.svg
Sulzbürg-Pyrbaum
Lordship 1353 Held by the House of Wolfstein, Reichsfreiheit confirmed in 1353, county from 1673, fell to Bavaria in 1740.

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