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List of monarchs who lost their thrones in the 13th century

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This is a list of monarchs who lost their thrones in the 13th century.

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Austria

  • Rudolph I of Germany, Holy Roman King, Duke of Austria 1278–1282, then gave the duchy to Albert I and Rudolf II, died 1291.
  • Blue Horde

  • Talabuga, Khan of the Blue Horde 1287–1291, dethroned.
  • Bosnia

  • Stjepan Kulinić, Bosnian Ban in 1204–1232, deposed, died 1236.
  • Bulgaria

  • Boril, Emperor of Bulgaria 1207 to 1218, deposed and blinded 1218.
  • Kaliman II, Emperor of Bulgaria 1256, forced to flee the capital, murdered 1256.
  • Mitso Asen, Emperor of Bulgaria 1256 to 1257, lost power 1257, died 1277/1278.
  • Michael Asen II, Emperor of Bulgaria 1277 to 1279, lost power and captured by the Byzantines.
  • Ivan Asen III, Emperor of Bulgaria 1279–1280, deposed, died in exile in 1303.
  • Ivaylo, Emperor of Bulgaria 1277 to 1280, lost power, murdered 1281.
  • George I Terter, Emperor of Bulgaria 1280–1292, abdicated 1292, died in 1308/1309.
  • Ivan II, Emperor of Bulgaria 1298 to 1299, deposed, died in exile before 1330.
  • Byzantine Empire

  • Isaac II Angelus, deposed 1195, restored 1203, deposed again 1204.
  • Alexius III Angelus, deposed 1203.
  • Alexius IV Angelus, deposed 1204.
  • Alexius V, deposed 1204.
  • John IV Lascaris, deposed 1261.
  • Chagatai Khanate

  • Qara Hülëgü, head of the ulus of the Chagatai Khanate 1242–1246 and 1252, deposed 1246, restored 1252, died 1252.
  • Yesü Möngke, 1252, exiled and executed.
  • Mubarak Shah, 1252–1260 and 1266.
  • Damascus

  • As-Salih Ismail, Sultan of Damascus 1237 and 1239–1245.
  • As-Salih Ayyub, Sultan of Damascus 1239 and 1245–1249.
  • Egypt

  • an-Nasir Nasir-ad-Din Muhammad, Mameluke sultan of Egypt 1293–1295, 1299–1309 and 1309–1340.
  • Epirus

  • Theodore Komnenos Doukas, Despot of Epirus 1215–1230, died c. 1253.
  • Golden Horde

  • Talabuga Khan of the Golden Horde 1287–1291, dethroned.
  • Holy Roman Empire

  • Otto IV, Holy Roman Emperor, deposed 1215.
  • Adolf, King of the Romans, deposed 1298.
  • Ilkhanate

  • Tekuder, Ilkhan 1282–1284, deposed and executed.
  • Istria

  • Henry II of Meran, Ruler of Istria 1204–1209, died 1228.
  • Otto of Meran, 1215–1230, died 1234.
  • Emperors

  • Emperor Tsuchimikado, Emperor of Japan 1198–1210, abdicated 1210, died 1231.
  • Emperor Juntoku, Emperor of Japan 1210–1221, abdicated 1221, died 1242.
  • Emperor Chūkyō, Emperor of Japan 1221, deposed 1221, died 1234.
  • Emperor Go-Horikawa, Emperor of Japan 1221–1232, abdicated 1232, died 1234.
  • Emperor Go-Saga, Emperor of Japan 1242–1246, abdicated 1246, died 1272.
  • Emperor Go-Fukakusa, Emperor of Japan 1246–1260, abdicated 1260, died 1304.
  • Emperor Kameyama, Emperor of Japan 1260–1274, abdicated 1274, died 1305.
  • Emperor Go-Uda, Emperor of Japan 1274–1287, abdicated 1287, died 1324.
  • Emperor Fushimi, Emperor of Japan 1287–1298, abdicated 1298, died 1317.
  • Shoguns

  • Minamoto no Yoriie, Kamakura Shogun 1202–1203, forced to abdicate 1203, died 1204.
  • Kujō Yoritsune, Kamakura Shogun Kamakura Shogun 1226–1244, abdicated 1244, died 1256.
  • Latin Empire

  • Baldwin II of Courtenay, emperor of the Latin empire 1228–1261, deposed.
  • Lithuania

  • Treniota, Grand Prince of Lithuania (1263–1264, deposed 1264.
  • Shvarn, Grand Prince of Lithuania (1267–1269), deposed, died 1269 or 1271.
  • Lorraine

  • Simon II, Duke of Lorraine, Duke of Lorraine 1176–1205, in 1205 he retired to a monastery, died 1207.
  • Nassau

  • Henry II of Nassau, Count of Nassau 1198–1249, ceased to reign 1249, died 1251.
  • Neuenburg-Strassberg

  • Berthold I of Neuenburg-Strassberg, ruler of Neuenburg-Strassberg 1225–1270, died 1273.
  • Nuremberg

  • Frederick II of Nuremberg, Burgrave of Nuremberg 1204–1218, title passed over to Conrad I, Burgrave of Nuremberg.
  • Portugal

  • Sancho II of Portugal, King in 1223, deposed in 1247 by his brother Alphonse, Count Consort of Boulogne.
  • Poznań

  • Mieszko III the Old, Prince of Poznań 1177–1179 and 1194–1202, died 1202.
  • Boleslaw V the Holy, Prince of Poznań 1241–1247 and 1257–1277, died 1279.
  • Rascia

  • Vukan Nemanjić, Grand Prince of Rascia 1202–1204, lost the throne to Stefan Nemanjić.
  • Stefan Nemanjić, Grand Prince of Rascia 1196–1202 and 1204–1217, deposed by Vukan Nemanjić, restored in 1204, lost the throne was the title was abolished.
  • Scotland

  • John, King of Scots, deposed 1296.
  • Sicily

  • Conradin, King of Sicily, deposed 1258 or 1268.
  • Charles I, King of Sicily, deposed in Sicily itself (though not in Naples), 1282.
  • James, King of Sicily, abdicated 1296.
  • Split

  • Matej Ninoslav, Prince of Split, deposed, 1244.
  • Thessalonica

  • Theodore Komnenos Doukas, Emperor of Thessalonica 1224 to 1230, died c. 1253.
  • Empire of Trebizond

  • Georgios Komnenos, Emperor 1266 to 1280, died after 1284
  • Wales

  • Llywelyn ap Gruffudd, Prince of Wales, murdered at Cilmeri, Dec 11th 1282.
  • Dafydd ap Gruffydd, Prince of Wales, Put to death - Shrewsbury October 3, 1283.
  • References

    List of monarchs who lost their thrones in the 13th century Wikipedia


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