Bavaria-Landshut

duchy in the Holy Roman Empire

Bavaria-Landshut (German: Bayern-Landshut) was a duchy that lasted from 1353–1503.

Bavaria-Landshut

Teilherzogtum Bayern-Landshut
1353–1503
Flag of Bavaria-Landshut
Banner of Bavaria-Landshut[1]
Bavaria-Landshut (orange), with Bavaria-Munich (green), Bavaria-Ingolstadt (brown) and Bavaria-Straubing (grey); from 1392.
Bavaria-Landshut (orange), with Bavaria-Munich (green), Bavaria-Ingolstadt (brown) and Bavaria-Straubing (grey); from 1392.
StatusDuchy
CapitalLandshut
GovernmentMonarchy
Duke of Bavaria-Landshut 
• 1347–1375
Stephan II
• 1375–1392
Johann II, Stephen III, and Friedrich
• 1392–1393
Friedrich
• 1393–1450
Heinrich XVI
• 1450–1479
Louis IX, Duke of Bavaria
• 1479–1503
Duke Georg of Bavaria
Historical eraMiddle Ages
• Established [de]
June 3, 1353
1392
• Annexed Bavaria-Ingolstadt
1447
• Annexed by Bavaria-Munich and Palatinate-Neuburg
1503
Preceded by
Succeeded by
Lower Bavaria Duchy of Lower Bavaria
Bavaria-Munich Bavaria-Munich
Palatinate-Neuburg Palatinate-Neuburg

ReferencesEdit

  1. Duchy of Bavaria pre-1507 accessed on December 29, 2013. http://www.crwflags.com/fotw/flags/de-by_el.html#blh