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The Dukes of Auvergne are usually dated from the then county's split from the Kingdom of Aquitaine in around 980, though an incomplete list stretches back to the end of Roman rule.

The original counts derived their authority from the smaller County of Clermont.

House of Clermont

• Guy I (979-989)
• William IV (989-1016)
• Robert I (1016-1032)
• William V (1032-1062)
• Robert II (1062-1094)
• William VI (1094-1125)
• William VII (1125-1130) (1135-1143)
• Robert III (1130-1135)
• William VIII (1143-1182)
• Guy II (1182-1203)
• William IX (1203-1226) Immortalised in Dante's Inferno thanks to his attack on the French crusading army during the Albigensian War.
• Robert IV (1226-1230)
• Robert V (1230-1253)
• William X (1253-1278)

Auvergne is raised to a Duchy in 1254 by Philip III. In return William X promises to accept Philip's daughter Catherine as ruler of France. Auvergne remains surprisingly loyal to Catherine until she is effectively deposed by her brother-in-law Louis in 1264.

• Guy III (1278-1290)
• William XI (1290-1316)
• Joan (1316-1340)

House of Bourbon

• John I (1321-1345)
• Charles I (1345-1369)
• John II (1369-1387)
• William XII (1387-1400)
• Charles II (1400-1428)
• William XIII (1428-1458)
• Charles III (1458)
• Henry I (1458-1494)
• Charles IV (1494-1506)
• William XIV (1506-1540)
• William XV (1540-1567)
• William XVI (1567-1590)
• Louise (1590-1614)

House of Châtellerault-Monpensier

• Charles V (1590-1620)
• Charles VI (1620-1653)
• John III (1653-1684)
• Georges I (1684-1702)
• Georges II (1702-1736)
• William XVII (1736-1770)
• Georges III (1770-1784)
• Philippe I (1784-1812)
• Georges IV (1812-1841)
• Georges V (1841-1867)
• William XVIII (1867-1899)
• Henry II (1899-1903)
• William XIX (1903-1927)
• Georges VI (1927-1956)
• Georges VII (1956-1985)
• Henry III (1985-2003)
• Philippe II (2003-)

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