Diocese of Chur

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DIOCESE OF CHUR (1823-1847 Diocese of Chur-Sankt Gallen; Dioecesis Curiensis)

Country : Switzerland
Denomination : Roman Catholic

Established : 451/2 (?)

Arms (crest) of Diocese of Chur

Pre-heraldic bishops :

  1. Asinio(452-455)
  2. Pruritius (ca. 460)
  3. Claudian (ca. 470)
  4. Ursicinus I (ca. 485)
  5. Sidonius (ca. 495)
  6. Eddo (ca. 520)
  7. Valentinianus (530-546)
  8. Paulinus (548-?)
  9. Theodore (ca. 590)
  10. Victor I (ca. 614)
  11. Verendarius ? (?)
  12. Ruthard (?-681)
  13. Paschal (681-696)
  14. Victor II (696?-712)
  15. Vigilius (712-735)
  16. Adalbert (ca. 740)
  17. Ursicinus II (754-760)
  18. Tello (759-765)
  19. Constantius (773-800?)
  20. Remigius (800-820)
  21. Victor III (820-833)
  22. Verendarius (833-844)
  23. Gerbrach (844-849)
  24. Hesso (849-879)
  25. Rothar (879-887)
  26. Dietholf (887-914)
  27. Waldo I (914-949)
  28. Hartbert (949-968)
  29. Hiltibold (969-995)
  30. Waldo II (995-1002)
  31. Ulrich I (1002–1026)
  32. Hartmann I (1026–1039)
  33. Dietmar (1039–1070)
  34. Heinrich I (1070–1078)
  35. Norbert (1079–1088)
  36. Ulrich II von Tarasp (1089–1095)
  37. Guido (1095–1122)
  38. Konrad I von Biberegg (1122–1142)
  39. Konrad II von Tegerfelden (1142–1150)
  40. Adalgod (1150–1160)
  41. Egino von Ehrenfels (1160–1170)
  42. Ulrich III von Tegerfelden (1170–1179)
  43. Bruno von Ehrenfels (1179–1180)
  44. Heinrich II von Arbon (1180–1193)
  45. Arnold I von Matsch (1194?-1200)
  46. Rainier (1200–1209)
  47. Walter von Tegerfelden (1209)
  48. Arnold II von Matsch (1209–1221)
  49. Heinrich III von Realta (1221–1222)
  50. Rudolf I von Güttingen (1222–1226)
  51. Berthold Graf von Helfenstein (1226–1233)
  52. Ulrich IV Graf von Kyburg (1233–1237)
  53. Volkhard von Neuenburg (1237–1251)

Arms of Bishops

Arms of Auxiliary Bishops

Literature : Arms of Diocese and some bishops from Wikipedia; Heim, 1999a, 1999b


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