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After 1160, Bregenz fell to the counts of Montfort-Bregenz (1160 to 1338), a cadet branch of the counts of Montfort, Montfort-Tettnang-Bregenz (1354 to 1451). After 1451 the title of count of Bregenz was held by the House of Habsburg and Bregenz was incorporated into the duchy of Austria. The nominal title of count of Bregenz was kept as part of the grand title of the Emperor of Austria until 1918.
Counts of BregenzEdit
Counts of Bregenz (Udalriching):
- Ulrich VI, d. 950/957, count in Bregenz, count in Raetia
- Ulrich IX, d. before 1079, count of Bregenz, count in Argengau and Nibelgau
- Ulrich X, d. 1097, count of Bregenz
- Rudolf I, d. 1160, count of Bregenz, count in Lower Raetia, count of Chur
Afterwards the head of the House of Habsburg carried the title.
- Joseph Zösmair: Geschichte Rudolfs des letzten der alten Grafen von Bregenz (1097-1160), in: Schriften des Vereins für Geschichte des Bodensees und seiner Umgebung 44 (1915), 25–39 (online copy)