House of Holstein-Gottorp (Swedish Line) - King of Norway

King of Norway

  • 1814-1818 : Charles II
*Royal House* House of Holstein-Gottorp Cadet branch of the House of Oldenburg
Preceded by
House of Hesse
Ruling House of the Kingdom of Sweden
1751 — 1818
Succeeded by
House of Bernadotte
Preceded by
House of Oldenburg
Ruling House of the Kingdom of Norway
1814 — 1818
Royal Houses of Europe
Nordic countries
Denmark
  • Gorm
  • Knýtlinga
  • Estridsen
  • Pomerania
  • Palatinate-Neumarkt
  • Oldenburg
  • Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg-Glücksburg
Finland
  • Bjelbo
  • Mecklenburg
  • Oldenburg
  • Vasa
  • Pfalz-Zweibrücken
  • Hesse
  • Holstein-Gottorp
  • Romanov
Norway
  • Fairhair
  • St. Olaf
  • Hardrada
  • Gille
  • Sverre
  • Bjelbo
  • Pomerania
  • Palatinate-Neumarkt
  • Oldenburg
  • Bernadotte
  • Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg-Glücksburg
Sweden
  • Munsö
  • Stenkil
  • Sverker
  • Eric
  • Bjelbo
  • Mecklenburg
  • Pomerania
  • Palatinate-Neumarkt
  • Oldenburg
  • Vasa
  • Palatinate-Zweibrücken
  • Hesse-Kassel
  • Holstein-Gottorp
  • Bernadotte
United Kingdom
England
  • Mercia
  • Wuffing
  • Kent
  • Sussex
  • Essex
  • Bernicia
  • Deira
  • Northumbria
  • Uí Ímair
  • Wessex
  • Knýtlinga
  • Normandy
  • Plantagenet
  • Lancaster
  • York
  • Tudor
  • Stuart
  • Orange-Nassau
Scotland
  • Fergus
  • Óengus
  • Strathclyde
  • Mann and the Isles
  • Alpin
  • Northumbria
  • Bernicia
  • Uí Ímair
  • Galloway
  • Dunkeld
  • Sverre
  • Balliol
  • Bruce
  • Stuart
  • Orange-Nassau
Wales
  • Dinefwr
  • Aberffraw
  • Gwynedd
  • Mathrafal
  • Cunedda
Ireland
  • Ulaid
  • Dál Cuinn/Connachta
  • Laigin
  • Uí Fidgenti
  • Uí Liatháin
  • Eóganachta (including Mac Cárthaigh)
  • Dáirine / Érainn (including Corcu Loígde)
  • Dál gCais
  • Bruce
  • Tudor
  • Stuart
  • Orange-Nassau
  • Hanover
Great Britain
  • Stuart
  • Hanover
  • Saxe-Coburg and Gotha
  • Windsor
Eastern Europe
Albania
  • Angevin
  • Progon
  • Arianiti
  • Thopia
  • Kastrioti
  • Dukagjini
  • Osman
  • Wied
  • Zogu
  • Savoy
Armenia
  • Orontid
  • Artaxiad
  • Arsacid
  • Bagratid
  • Artsruni
  • Rubenids
  • Hethumids
  • Lusignans
  • Savoy
  • Romanov
Bosnia
  • Boričević
  • Kulinić
  • Kotromanić
  • Osman
  • Habsburg-Lorraine
Bulgaria
  • Dulo
  • Cometopuli
  • Asen
  • Terter
  • Shishman
  • Ottoman
  • Battenberg
  • Saxe-Coburg and Gotha
Croatia
  • Trpimirović
  • Domagojević
  • Svačić
  • Árpád
  • Angevin
  • Osman
  • Luxembourg
  • Habsburg
  • Habsburg-Lorraine
  • Bonaparte
  • Savoy (disputed)
Georgia
  • Pharnabazid
  • Chosroid
  • Guaramid
  • Bagrationi
  • Imereti
  • Gruzinsky
  • Mukhrani
  • Chikovani
  • Sidamoni
  • Dadiani
  • Gelovani
  • Dadeshkeliani
  • Jaqeli
  • Gurieli
  • Romanov
  • Palaiologos
  • Komnenos
Greece
  • Doukas
  • Komnenos
  • Angelos
  • Laskaris
  • Palaeologos
  • Osman
  • Wittelsbach
  • Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg-Glücksburg
Moldavia
  • Bogdan-Muşat
  • Movileşti
  • Drăculeşti
  • Ghica
  • Cantacuzene
  • Cantemireşti
  • Romanov
  • Racoviţă
  • Mavrocordato
  • Ypsilantis
  • Soutzos
  • Mourousi
  • Hohenzollern-Sigmaringen
  • House of Basarab
Montenegro
  • Balšić
  • Crnojević
  • Petrović
Romania
  • House of Basarab
  • Bogdan-Mușat
  • Movilești
  • Drăculești
  • Ghica
  • Cantacuzene
  • Cantemirești
  • Romanov
  • Racoviță
  • Mavrocordato
  • Ypsilantis
  • Soutzos
  • Mourousi
  • Hohenzollern-Sigmaringen
  • Romania/Royal Family
Russia
  • Rurik
  • Borjigin
  • Godunov
  • Shuysky
  • Vasa
  • Romanov
Serbia
  • Vlastimirović
  • Vojislavljević
  • Vukanović
  • Nemanjić
  • Lazarević
  • Branković
  • Balšić
  • Crnojević
  • Osman
  • Obrenović
  • Karađorđević
Turkey
  • Seljuq
  • Osman
Ukraine
  • Rurikovich
  • Gediminids
  • Giray
  • Romanov
  • Habsburg-Lorraine
Western Europe
Austria
  • Babenberg
  • Habsburg
  • Habsburg-Lorraine
Belgium
  • Saxe-Coburg and Gotha
Bohemia
  • Přemyslid
  • Luxembourg
  • Jagiellon
  • Habsburg
  • Habsburg-Lorraine
France
  • Merovingian
  • Carolingian
  • Capet
  • Valois
  • Bourbon
  • Bonaparte
  • Orléans
Germany
  • Ascania
  • Carolingian
  • Conradines
  • Ottonian
  • Luitpolding
  • Salian
  • Süpplingenburg
  • Hohenstaufen
  • Welf
  • Habsburg
  • Hanover
  • Saxe-Coburg and Gotha
  • Nassau
  • Luxembourg
  • Wittelsbach
  • Schaumburg
  • Schwarzburg
  • Brunswick-Lüneburg
  • House of Pomerania
  • Hohenzollern
  • Württemberg
  • Oldenburg
  • Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg-Glücksburg
  • Orange-Nassau
  • Nassau-Weilburg
  • Mecklenburg
  • Vasa
  • Pfalz-Zweibrücken
  • Hesse
  • Holstein-Gottorp
  • Romanov
  • Bonaparte
  • Wettin
  • Lippe
Hungary
  • Árpád
  • Přemyslid
  • Wittelsbach
  • Angevin
  • Luxembourg
  • Hunyadi
  • Jagiellon
  • Szapolyai
  • Habsburg
  • Habsburg-Lorraine
Gaelic Ireland
  • Laigin
  • Síl Conairi
  • Ulaid
  • Dáirine
  • Osraige
  • Cruthin
  • Dál nAraidi
  • Connachta
  • Uí Fiachrach
  • Uí Briúin
  • Uí Néill
  • Síl nÁedo Sláine
  • Clann Cholmáin
  • Eóganachta
  • Chaisil
  • Glendamnach
  • Raithlind
  • Uí Dúnlainge
  • Uí Ímair (Norse)
  • Uí Ceinnselaig
  • Dál gCais
  • Ó Briain
  • Mac Carthaig
  • Ó Conchobhair
  • Ó Ruairc
  • De Burgh (Norman)
  • FitzGerald (Norman)
  • Ó Domhnaill
  • Ó Néill
Italy
  • Este
  • Savoy
  • Colonna
  • Medici
  • Borghese
  • Sforza
  • Borromeo
  • Montefeltro
  • Orsini
  • Visconti
  • Gonzaga
  • Farnese
  • Della Rovere
  • Acciaioli
  • Grimaldi
  • Pamphili
  • Barberini
  • Malatesta
  • Gens Iulia
  • Torlonia
  • Bonaparte
  • Murat
  • Bourbon-Parma
  • Bourbon-Two Sicilies
Liechtenstein
  • Liechtenstein
Lithuania
  • Mindaugas
  • Gediminids
  • Jagiellon
  • Valois
  • Bathory
  • Vasa
  • Wiśniowiecki
  • Sobieski
  • Wettin
  • Leszczyński
  • Poniatowski
  • Romanov
Luxembourg
  • Orange-Nassau
  • Nassau-Weilburg
  • Bourbon-Parma
Monaco
  • Grimaldi
Netherlands
  • Bonaparte
  • Orange-Nassau
Poland
  • Piast
  • Přemyslid
  • Samborides
  • Griffins
  • Jagiellon
  • Valois
  • Bathory
  • Vasa
  • Wiśniowiecki
  • Sobieski
  • Wettin
  • Leszczyński
  • Poniatowski
  • Romanov
Portugal
  • Vímara Peres
  • Ximenes
  • Borgonha
  • Aviz
  • Beja
  • Habsburgo
  • Braganza
  • Braganza-Saxe-Coburg and Gotha
Spain
  • Asturias
  • Barcelona
  • Jiménez
  • Burgundy
  • Trastámara
  • Habsburg
  • Bourbon
    • Bonaparte
    • Savoy

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