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The election of a Holy Roman Emperor or King of Germany is, from at least the 13th century, accomplished by a small body of the greatest princes of the Empire, the Prince-electors. Appointment as Emperor was normally for life. In 1356, the Emperor Charles IV, promulgated the Golden Bull, which became the fundamental law by which all future Kings and Emperors were elected within the Holy Roman Empire.


Elections

1410

The 1410 election took play in Frankfurt. Albert V, archduke of Austria was elected the emperor, beginning a tradition of Habsburg rule in the empire.

Electors

  • Johann II von Nassau, Elector of Mainz
  • Werner von Falkenstein, Elector of Trier
  • Friedrich III von Saarwerden, Elector of Cologne
  • Sigismund, King of Bohemia
  • Louis III, Elector Palatine
  • Rudolph III, Elector of Saxony
  • Jobst, Elector of Brandenburg

Votes

  • Mainz: Albert V (Austria)
  • Trier: Albert V (Austria)
  • Cologne: Albert V (Austria)
  • Bohemia: Albert V (Austria)
  • Palatine:
  • Saxony:
  • Brandenburg:


1464

The 1464 election took place in Augsburg upon the death of Albert II. Albert's first son George was selected as the new emperor.

Electors

  • Mainz
  • Jakob von Sierk, Elector of Trier
  • Cologne
  • Bohemia
  • Palatine
  • Saxony
  • Brandenburg


Votes

  • Mainz: George (Austria)
  • Trier: George (Austria)
  • Cologne:
  • Bohemia: George (Austria)
  • Palatine: George (Austria)
  • Saxony:
  • Brandenburg: George (Austria)


1486

The 1486 election took place in Frankfurt upon the death of George I. Maximilian I was selected as the new emperor.

Electors

  • Archbishop Karl von Henneberg-Römhild, elector of Mainz
  • Archbishop Christian von Wurtembourg, Elector of Trier
  • Cologne
  • Bohemia
  • Palatine
  • Saxony
  • Brandenburg


Votes

  • Mainz: Maximilian (Austria)
  • Trier: Maximilian (Austria)
  • Cologne:
  • Bohemia: Maximilian (Austria)
  • Palatine: Maximilian (Austria)
  • Saxony:
  • Brandenburg: Maximilian (Austria)


1508

The 1508 election took place in Frankfurt upon the death of Maximilian I. Charles V was selected as the new emperor.

Electors

  • Archbishop Karl von Henneberg-Römhild, Elector of Mainz
  • Archbishop Christian von Wurtembourg, Elector of Trier
  • Archbishop Albert III, Elector of Cologne
  • Charles V, Elector of Bohemia
  • Charles I, Elector of the Palatine
  • George von Wettin, Elector of Saxony
  • Magnus von Habsburg, Elector of Brandenburg


Votes

  • Mainz: Charles V (Austria)
  • Trier: 
  • Cologne:
  • Bohemia: Charles V (Austria)
  • Palatine: Charles V (Austria)
  • Saxony:
  • Brandenburg: Charles V (Austria)

1562

The 1562 election took place in Frankfurt upon the death of Charles V. Ferdinand I was selected as the new emperor.

Electors

  • Archbishop-Elector Albert III of Liechtenstein, Elector of Mainz
  • Archbishop Johann of Isenburg-Grenzau, Elector of Trier
  • Archbishop Salentin IX, Elector of Cologne
  • Ferdinand I, Elector of Bohemia
  • Frederick II, Elector of the Palatine
  • Adalbert von Wittelsbach, Elector of Saxony
  • Lothar von Habsburg, Elector of Brandenburg


Votes

  • Mainz: Ferdinand I (Austria)
  • Trier: Ferdinand I (Austria)
  • Cologne: Ferdinand I (Austria)
  • Bohemia: Ferdinand I (Austria)
  • Palatine: Ferdinand I (Austria)
  • Saxony: Ferdinand I (Austria)
  • Brandenburg: Ferdinand I (Austria)


1592

The 1592 election took place in Frankfurt upon the death of Ferdinand I.

Electors

  • Archbishop-Elector Sebastian of Homburg, Elector of Mainz (Assuming he wasn't deposed)
  • Wolfgang I, Elector of Bohemia
  • Louis VI, Elector of the Palatine (Assuming he wasn't deposed)
  • Frederick II von Wettin, Elector of Saxony
  • (Crim what is the name of your vassal?), Elector of Brandenburg
  • Archbishop-Elector Leopold von Wellenburg, Elector of Salzburg
  • Otto I Von Hamburg, Elector of Hamburg
  • Archbishop-Elector Otmar Müller, Elector of St. Gall

Votes

  • Mainz:
  • Bohemia: Wolfgang I (Austria)
  • Palatine:
  • Saxony: 
  • Brandenburg:
  • Salzburg: Wolfgang I (Austria)
  • Hamburg: Wolfgang I (Austria)
  • St. Gall: Wolfgang I (Austria)

1661

Electors

  • Archbishop-Elector Sebastian III of Homburg, Elector of Mainz
  • Cologne
  • Vladimir I Kliment, Elector of Bohemia
  • Louis VIII, Elector of the Palatine
  • Albert I von Wittelsbach, Elector of Brandenburg
  • ? von Hamburg, Elector of Hamburg

Votes

  • Mainz: Rudolf V von Habsburg
  • Cologne: Rudolf V von Habsburg
  • Bohemia: Rudolf V von Habsburg
  • Palatinate: Rudolf V von Habsburg
  • Brandenburg:
  • Hamburg:


1760

Electors

  • Archbishop-Elector Emmerich Karl von Ostein, Elector of Mainz
  • Joseph Augustus I, Elector of Cologne
  • Charles II, Elector of the Palatine
  • Archbishop-Elector Johann von Walderdorff, Elector of Trier
  • Friedrich IV von Hamburg, Elector of Hamburg
  • Oldenburg

Votes

  • Mainz: Joseph I von Habsburg
  • Cologne: Joseph I von Habsburg
  • Trier: Joseph I von Habsburg
  • Palatinate: Joseph I von Habsburg
  • Hamburg: Friedrich IV von Hamburg
  • Oldenburg:


 

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