First posted on February 19th 2006






Timeline : Carinthia


496-536
c. 600
741-765
757
772
788
817
800s-900s
860
976
c 1000-1025
1072
1077
1122
1122-1269
1228
1240
1269-1276
1279
1286-1335
1335
1348
1411
1414
1446
1473
1476
1478
1479-1490
1480
1483
1500

1525
1525-1526
1564
1571
1578
1598
1600
1604
1628

1690
1732
1759

1781
1782
1787
1805

1809-1813
1813

Early 19th C.
1848
1849
1859

1861
1915-1918
1918
1918-1919
1920
1925
1938
1939
1941
1941-1945
1943
1945
1945-1955
1957
Carinthia province of the Ostrogoth Kingdom in Italy
Slavic immigration; establishment of Carantanian principality
(Pagan) Carantania placed under (Christian) Bavarian protection
Begin of Christian mission in Carantania
Carantanian rebellion against Bavarian rule suppressed
Bavaria, with Carantania, annexed into Frankish Kingdom
Frankish officials replaced local princes
Bavarian colonization
The Princearchbishopric of Salzburg acquired territorial rights in Carantania
Carinthia separated from Bavaria, as a duchy
Marches in the north, south split from Carinthia
Diocesis of Gurk established
Istria, Friuli detached from Carinthia
Eppenstein Dynasty extinct; Styria detached from Carinthia
Spanheim Dynasty
Diocesis of Lavant, at St. Andrä, established
Villach granted status of a city
Carinthia, together with Austria and Styria under Otakar Przemysl
Klagenfurt mentioned as city
Carinthia, Gorizia and Tyrol under Counts of Gorizia-Tyrol
Carinthia acquired by Habsburg Dynasty
Carinthia suffered from earthquakes, landslides, the Black Death
Carinthia, Styria, Carniola came under common administration (Inner Austria)
Last inthronization ceremony of a Duke of Carinthia, with Slavic oath formula
Oldest surviving register of the privileged estates of Carinthia
Ottoman Raid
Ottoman Raid
Large-scale Peasant Revolt, crushed by Ottoman Raiders
Carinthia contested by Austrian Habsburgs, King of Hungary
Ottoman Raid
Ottoman Raid
Counts of Gorizia extinct; their property partitioned by Tyrol, Carinthia;
Lienz to Tyrol (against protest of Estates of Carinthia)
Begin of the Reformation in Carinthia
Peasant Revolt in Upper Carinthia
Klagenfurt struck by the Black Death
Klagenfurt struck by an earthquake
Expedition against Ottoman Bosnia launched from Carinthia
Black Death in Klagenfurt
Begin of the Counterreformtion
Jesuits established college at Klagenfurt
Freedom of religion, which had been granted to Carinthian nobility in
1578, cancelled; many emigrate
Earthquake struck Carinthia
Carinthian Lutherans forced to transmigrate to Transylvania
Exclaves of Princebishopric of Bamberg in Carinthia purchased by Austria,
annexed into Carinthia
Patent of Tolerance; reestablishment of Lutheran communities
Carinthia lost her autonomy; administratively placed under Graz (Styria)
See of Diocesis of Gurk moved to Klagenfurt
Exclaves belonging to the Princearchbishopric of Salzburg annexed by
Austria
District of Villach (W. Carinthia) part of (French) Illyrian Province
District of Villach reacquired by Austria, placed under administration
with seat in Laibach
Slovene national awakening
Revolution; administrative unity of Carinthia restored
Liberation of the serfs
See of Diocesis of Lavant moved to Maribor; borders of dioceses rearranged
so that Diocesis of Klagenfurt covers all of Carinthia
Landtag (provincial diet) of Carinthia established
WW I; Carinthia front area (border to Italy)
After WW I, Carinthia became state within Republic of Austria
Skirmishes between Austrians, Slovenes in plebiscite area of Carinthia
Plebiscite in favour of the area remaining with Austria
Klagenfurt airport opened
Anschluss (annexation of Austria by Germany)
Carinthia, as a Gau, remains an administrative unit of its own
Annexation of parts of Carniola (Südkärnten)
Slovene resistance; Carinthian administration putting pressure on Slovenes
Italian Slovenia, as Adriatic Coastal Territory, administrated from Carinthia
End of WW II; Slovene territory annexed in 1941/1943 restored to Yugoslavia
Carinthia part of British Occupation Zone
Slovene high school in Klagenfurt opened