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County of Zutphen

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County of Zutphen

Graafschap Zutphen (nl)
Comitatus Zutphaniae  (Latin)
1046–1798
Coat of arms of Zutphen
Coat of arms
County of Zutphen, about 1350
County of Zutphen, about 1350
StatusPersonal Union with County of Guelders (1138–1339)
and Duchy of Guelders (1339–1591/1648) and the Dutch Republic (1591/1648-1795) and Batavian Republic (1795-1798)
CapitalZutphen
GovernmentFeudal monarchy
Historical eraMiddle Ages, Renaissance
• Established
1046
• Disestablished
1798
Preceded by Succeeded by
Hamaland
Burgundian Netherlands
History of the Low Countries
Frisii Belgae
Cana-
nefates
Chamavi,
Tubantes
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Gallia Belgica (55 BC – 5th c. AD)
Germania Inferior (83 – 5th c.)
Salian Franks Batavi
unpopulated
(4th–5th c.)
Saxons Salian Franks
(4th–5th c.)
Frisian Kingdom
(6th c.–734)
Frankish Kingdom (481–843)Carolingian Empire (800–843)
Austrasia (511–687)
Middle Francia (843–855) West
Francia

(843–)
Kingdom of Lotharingia (855– 959)
Duchy of Lower Lorraine (959–)
Frisia

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Frisian
Freedom

(11–16th
century)
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County of
Holland

(880–1432)
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Bishopric of
Utrecht

(695–1456)
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Duchy of
Brabant

(1183–1430)
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Duchy of
Guelders

(1046–1543)
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County of
Flanders

(862–1384)
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County of
Hainaut

(1071–1432)
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County of
Namur

(981–1421)
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P.-Bish.
of Liège


(980–1794)

Duchy of
Luxem-
bourg

(1059–1443)
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Burgundian Netherlands (1384–1482)
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Habsburg Netherlands (1482–1795)
(Seventeen Provinces after 1543)
 
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Dutch Republic
(1581–1795)
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Spanish Netherlands
(1556–1714)
 
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Austrian Netherlands
(1714–1795)
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United States of Belgium
(1790)
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R. Liège
(1789–'91)
     
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Batavian Republic (1795–1806)
Kingdom of Holland (1806–1810)
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associated with French First Republic (1795–1804)
part of First French Empire (1804–1815)
   
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Gr D. L.
(1815–)


Kingdom of the Netherlands (1839–)
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Kingdom of Belgium (1830–)
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Luxem-
bourg

(1890–)

The County of Zutphen, located in modern-day Gelderland, a province of the Netherlands, was formed in the eleventh century as a fief of the Bishop of Utrecht. It was ruled by the Counts of Zutphen between 1018 and 1182, and then formed a personal union with Guelders. Later, it became one of the 4 quarters of Guelders. The name Graafschap (county) is still used for the Achterhoek, the region east of Zutphen, and for the football club De Graafschap from this region.

Cities

City Town privileges granted District
Borculo 1375 Heerlijkheid Borculo
Bredevoort 1388 Heerlijkheid Bredevoort
Bronkhorst 1482 Landdrostambt van Zutphen
Doetinchem 1236 Landdrostambt van Zutphen
Doesburg 1237 Richterambt van Doesburg
Groenlo 1277 Gebied van Grol
's-Heerenberg 1379 Bannerij van 's-Heerenberg
Keppel 1404 Landdrostambt van Zutphen
Lichtenvoorde unknown Heerlijkheid Lichtenvoorde
Lochem 1233 Scholtambt van Lochem
Terborg 1419 Bannerij van Wisch
Zutphen 1190 Scholtambt van Zutphen
  • Zevenaar and some of its surroundings were, as being a part of the former Cleves Enclaves, a small district in the Duchy of Cleves.



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