The following is a list of Counts or Margraves of Namur.
Namur was not often an independent state, rather under the dominion of other entities like the counties of Hainaut and Flanders or the Duchy of Burgundy.
Succession is from father to son, unless otherwise noted.
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... In 1263, the count of Namur, Baldwin II of Courtenay, sold his county to Guy I of Dampierre ... The house of Dampierre would rule until 1421, when the county of Namur was sold to the Burgundian duke Philip the Good ... The last Dampierre count, John III, died in 1429 ...
... as Charles V Charles V proclaimed the Pragmatic Sanction of 1549 eternally uniting Namur with the other lordships of the Low Countries in a personal union ... Habsburg empire was divided among the heirs of Charles V, the Low Countries, including Namur, went to Philip II of Spain, of the Spanish branch of the House of Habsburg ... III, also King of Spain as Charles II Between 1706 and 1714 Namur was invaded by the English and the Dutch during the War of the Spanish Succession ...
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