In 1804 Francis I, who was the Archduke of Austria and the Holy Roman Emperor, formed the Austrian Empire. Two years later he dissolved the Holy Roman Empire. In 1867 the crowns of Austria and Hungary, both possessed by the same person, were merged into the Austro-Hungarian Monarchy. Following defeat in the First World War, Austria became a republic.
|Albrecht||5 dukes, 2 archdukes||7|
|Leopold||5 dukes, 2 archdukes||7|
|Friedrich||4 dukes, 1 archduke||5|
|Rudolf||4 dukes, 1 archduke||5|
|Ferdinand||3 archdukes, 1 emperor||4|
|Joseph||2 archdukes, 1 emperor||3|
|Karl||2 archdukes, 1 emperor||3|