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Meinhard I of Gorizia-Tyrol
He came in control over his family's Gorizian possessions in 1232, but it his father-in-law Albert III of Tyrol as a fief. Between 1248 and 1250, he operated as the imperial governor of Styria and Carniola, from 1250 onwards also in Austria. In 1252, he was forced to take certain possessions in Lienz as fiefs from the Philipp, Archbishop of Salzburg, in the Treaty of Lieserhofen and to give his sons to him as hostages. After the death of Albert III, Meinhard, and his brother-in-law, Gebhard of Hirschberg , split Tyrol, of which Meinhard took the southern part.
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Albert III | width="40%" align="center" | Count of Tyrol | width="30%" align="center" rowspan="2"| Succeeded by:
Meinhard II |- | width="30%" align="center" | Preceded by:
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