The Swabian Circle ( _de. Schwäbischer Reichskreis) was an
Imperial Circleof the Holy Roman Empire.
The circle was made up of a great number of mainly very small states; only the duchy of
Württemberg, the margraviates of Baden-Baden and Baden-Durlach, and the bishopric of Augsburgwere of any significance.
The circle was made up of the following states:
The list of states making up the Swabian Circle is based on that in the German Wikipedia article Schwäbischer Reichskreis.
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