House of Luxembourg

The House of Luxembourg (luxembourgish: D'Lëtzebuerger Haus; French: Maison de Luxembourg; German: Haus Luxemburg) or Luxembourg dynasty was a royal family of the Holy Roman Empire in the Late Middle Ages, whose members between 1308 and 1437 ruled as kings of Germany and Holy Roman emperors as well as kings of Bohemia, Hungary and Croatia. Their rule was twice interrupted by the rival House of Wittelsbach.

House of Luxembourg
Maison de Luxembourg
Royal family
Parent familyHouse of Ardennes
Country
Founded12 February 1247 (1247-02-12)
FounderHenry V, Count of Luxembourg
Current headNone; extinct
Final rulerElizabeth of Luxembourg
Titles
DistinctionsOrder of the Dragon
Dissolution2 August 1451 (1451-08-02)
Deposition1443 (1443)
Cadet branchesLuxembourg-Brienne
(extinct in 1648)

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