Louis III may refer to:
- Louis the Younger, sometimes III of Germany (835–882)
- Louis III of France (865–882)
- Louis the Child, sometimes III of Germany (893–911)
- Louis the Blind, Louis III, Holy Roman Emperor, (c. 880–928)
- Ludwig III of Thuringia (ruled 1172–1190), see Hermann I, Landgrave of Thuringia
- Louis III of Châtillon (died 1391)
- Louis III of Naples (1403–1434)
- Louis III, Elector Palatine (ruled 1410–1436)
- Louis III, Landgrave of Hesse, "the Frank" (1438–1471)
- Louis III, Cardinal of Guise (1575–1621)
- Louis III, Prince of Condé (1668–1710)
- Ludwig III, Grand Duke of Hesse and by Rhine (1806–1877)
- Ludwig III of Bavaria (1845–1921)
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... Ancestors of Louis III, Duke of Bavaria 16 ... Louis I, Duke of Bavaria 17 ... Louis III, Duke of Bavaria 24 ...
... of Mont Cenis, and was succeeded by his son, Louis the Stammerer as King of the Western Franks, but the title of Holy Roman Emperor lapsed ... Louis the Stammerer was physically weak and died two years later, his realm being divided between his eldest two sons Louis III gaining Neustria and Francia, and Carloman gaining Aquitaine and Burgundy ... brother Charles the Fat and Bavaria to Louis of Saxony ...
... of Naples, Carlo I Malatesta, the princes of Bavaria, Louis III, Elector of the Palatinate, and parts of Germany and Poland ... and the Council, and he was imprisoned by Louis III ... Cossa was ransomed by the Republic of Florence in 1419 (Louis III had abandoned the allegiance of Sigismund in 1417), as orchestrated by Giovanni di Bicci de' Medici ...
... In 899, Louis III was betrothed to Anna, the daughter of Byzantine Emperor Leo VI the Wise and his second wife, Zoe Zaoutzaina ... Louis fathered a son called Charles-Constantine, who would become Count of Vienne ... ambassador to Constantinople and devoted several chapters to the misadventures of Louis in Italy with no mention of these Byzantine connections ...
... Louis III (25 September 1403 – 12 November 1434) was titular King of Naples 1417–1426, Count of Provence, Forcalquier, Piedmont, and Maine and Duke of Anjou 1417–1434, and Duke of Calabria 1426–1434 ... He was the eldest son and heir of Louis II of Anjou and Yolande of Aragon, Queen of Four Kingdoms ... The throne of Aragon fell vacant in 1410 (Louis was then 6 years old) when king Martin I of Aragon died ...
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—Napoleon Bonaparte III (18081873)
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