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Holy Roman Empire Emperors

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Holy Roman Empire: Emperors

Charlemagne (Charles I), emperor of the West (800–814), Carolingian king of the Franks (768–814)
Charles II, emperor of the West (875–77) and king of the West Franks (843–77)
Otto I, Holy Roman emperor (962–73) and German king (936–73)
Otto II, Holy Roman emperor (973–83) and German king (961–83)
Otto III, Holy Roman emperor (996–1002) and German king (983–1002)
Henry II, Holy Roman emperor (1014–24) and German king (1002–24), last of the Saxon line
Conrad II, Holy Roman emperor (1027–39) and German king (1024–39), first of the Salian dynasty of the Holy Roman Empire
Henry III, Holy Roman emperor (1046–56) and German king (1039–56)
Henry IV, Holy Roman emperor (1084–1105) and German king (1056–1105)
Henry V, Holy Roman emperor (1111–25) and German king (1105–25)
Lothair II, also called Lothair III, Holy Roman emperor (1133–37) and German king (1125–37)
Frederick I, Holy Roman emperor (1155–90) and German king (1152–90)
Henry VI, Holy Roman emperor (1191–97) and German king (1190–97)
Constance, Holy Roman empress, wife of Holy Roman Emperor Henry VI
Otto IV, Holy Roman emperor (1209–15) and German king (1208–15)
Frederick II, Holy Roman emperor (1220–50) and German king (1212–20), king of Sicily (1197–1250), and king of Jerusalem (1229–50)
Henry VII, Holy Roman emperor (1312–13) and German king (1308–13)
Louis IV, Holy Roman emperor (1328–47) and German king (1314–47), duke of Upper Bavaria
Charles IV, Holy Roman emperor (1355–78), German king (1347–78), and king of Bohemia (1346–78)
Wenceslaus, Holy Roman emperor (uncrowned) and German king (1378–1400), king of Bohemia (1378–1419) as Wenceslaus IV, elector of Brandenburg (1373–76)
Sigismund, Holy Roman emperor (1433–37), German king (1410–37), king of Hungary (1387–1437) and of Bohemia (1419–37), elector of Brandenburg (1376–1415)
Frederick III, Holy Roman emperor (1452–93) and German king (1440–93)
Maximilian I, Holy Roman emperor and German king (1493–1519)
Charles V, Holy Roman emperor (1519–58) and, as Charles I, king of Spain (1516–56)
Ferdinand I, Holy Roman emperor (1558–64), king of Bohemia (1526–64) and of Hungary (1526–64)
Maximilian II, Holy Roman emperor (1564–76), king of Bohemia (1562–76) and of Hungary (1563–76)
Rudolf II, Holy Roman emperor (1576–1612), king of Bohemia (1575–1611) and of Hungary (1572–1608)
Matthias, Holy Roman emperor (1612–19), king of Bohemia (1611–17) and of Hungary (1608–18)
Ferdinand II, Holy Roman emperor (1619–37), king of Bohemia (1617–37) and of Hungary (1618–37)
Ferdinand III, Holy Roman emperor (1637–57), king of Hungary (1626–57) and of Bohemia (1627–57)
Leopold I, Holy Roman emperor (1658–1705), king of Bohemia (1656–1705) and of Hungary (1655–1705)
Joseph I, Holy Roman emperor (1705–11), king of Hungary (1687–1711) and of Bohemia (1705–11)
Charles VI, Holy Roman emperor (1711–40), king of Bohemia (1711–40) and, as Charles III, king of Hungary (1712–40)
Charles VII, Holy Roman emperor (1742–45) and, as Charles Albert, elector of Bavaria (1726–45)
Francis I, Holy Roman emperor (1745–65), duke of Lorraine (1729–37) as Francis Stephen, grand duke of Tuscany (1737–65)
Joseph II, Holy Roman emperor (1765–90), king of Bohemia and Hungary (1780–90)
Leopold II, Holy Roman emperor (1790–92), king of Bohemia and Hungary (1790–92), as Leopold I grand duke of Tuscany (1765–90)
Francis II, last Holy Roman emperor (1792–1806), first emperor of Austria as Francis I (1804–35), king of Bohemia and of Hungary (1792–1835)

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Germany: Wappen, Familienwappen, Blasonierung, Heraldik, Wappenschablonen
Netherlands: Wapen, Wapenschid, Heraldiek, Familiewapen
Sweden: Slaktvapen, Heraldik
Denmark: Familievaben
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France: Armoiries
Spain: Heraldica de Apellidos, Escudo, Heraldaria

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