First posted on February 20th 2006






Timeline : Styria


c 600
1056
1180
1192
1254-1260
1260
1282
1356
1414
1418
1436
1456
1467-1471
1479-1491
1480
1496
1515
1525
1529-1532
c 1530
1572
1586
1598
1605
1619
1704-1711
1720
1730
1748
1763
1797
1805
1809
1811
Early 19th C.
1848
1861
1895

1918
1938
1941
1943
1945
1945-1955
1999
Styria settled by pagan Slavic Winds
Carinthian March separated from Duchy of Carinthia
Carinthian March elevated to Duchy of Styria
Traungau Dynasty extinct; Styria and Austria united under Babenberg Dynasty
Styria partitioned between Kg. Otakar Przemysl of Bohemia and Kg. Bela of Hungary
Kg. Otakar Przemysl defeated Kg. Bela, acquired all of Styria
Begin of Habsburg rule
Establishment of the Leopoldine line of the Habsburg Dynasty, which held Styria
Creation of Inner Austria (Styria, Carinthia, Carniola, later Gorizia, Istria)
Hungarian invasion
Hungarian invasion
Acquisition of County of Cilli
Styrian Nobles Revolt
Styria contested between Hungarians, Habsburgs (Austro-Hungarian War)
Ottoman raid
Expulsion of the Jews
Slovene Peasant Revolt affedted southern Styria
German Peasants' War affected NE Styria (Schladming)
Ottoman raids; Eastern Styria mainly affected
Begin of the Lutheran Reformation
Jesuits called to Graz
Jesuit college in Graz formally established
Freedom of Conscience cancelled; Lutheran teachers and preachers expelled
Invasion of Hungarian Hajduks (rebels)
Graz ceased to be residence
Kuruc raids into Eastern Styria
Styrian estates accepted the Pragmatic Sanction
Habsburg rulers ceased to confirm the privileges of Styria
Administrative reform; Styria organized in 5 districts
Gubernium of Graz established, for Styria, Carinthia, Carniola, Gorizia, Istria
French occupation
French occupation
Fortress of Graz razed
Joanneum founded, 1881 renamed Graz Polytechnic
Slovene national awakening
Liberation of the serfs
Landtag (provincial diet) of Styria established
The Celje school issue caused a political furor over which the Cisleithanian
government fell
Southern Styria separated, ceded to Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes
Anschluss
Southern Styria reannexed; administration put pressure on Slovene population
Begin of Slovene resistance
Southern Styria reintegrated into Yugoslavia
Styria part of British Zone of Occupation
Old city centre of Graz named UNESCO world Heritage Site