|County of Wied-Runkel|
|State of the Holy Roman Empire|
|•||Partitioned from Wied||1698|
|•||Raised to principality||1791|
|•|| Mediatised to
Wied-Runkel was a small German sovereign state. Wied-Runkel was located around the town and castle of Runkel, located on the Lahn River. It extended from the town of Runkel to further north of Schupbach, but also held an exclave east of Villmar.
Counts of Wied-Runkel (1698–1791)
- 1698–1699 : Johann Friederich Wilhelm von Wied-Runkel († 1698)
- 1692–1706 : Maximilian Heinrich von Wied-Runkel († 1706), his grandson
- 1706–1762 : Johann Ludwig Adolph von Wied-Runkel († 1762), his son
- 1762–1791 : Christian Ludwig von Wied-Runkel († 1791), his son
Princes of Wied-Runkel (1791–1806)
- 1791–1791 : Christian Ludwig von Wied-Runkel († 1791)
- 1791–1806 : Karl Ludwig Friedrich Alexander († 1824), his son, until 1806, demoted to the rank of State Lord, with the titles of Prince of Wied and Lord of Runkel
- Wirtz, L.: Die Grafen von Wied, Nassauische Annalen 48 (1927), 65;
- Gensicke, H.: Landesgeschichte des Westerwaldes, 1958.