|United Kingdoms of Sweden and Norway|
|- 1814–1818||Charles XIII/II|
|- 1818–1844||Charles XIV/III John|
|- 1844–1859||Oscar I|
|- 1859–1872||Charles XV/IV|
|- 1872–1905||Oscar II|
|- Treaty of Kiel||14 January 1814|
|- Charles XIII elected king of Norway||18144 November|
|- Constitution of Norway amended||4 November 1814|
|- Monetary union||16 October 1875|
|- Norway declares independence||7 June 1905|
|- Union dissolved||13 August 1905|
|- Oscar II renounces claims to Norway||190526 October|
|- 1905||774,184 平方公里|
|a. ^ The king resided alternately in Stockholm (mostly) and Christiania (usually some months each year). He received ministers from both countries in Union council, or separately in purely Swedish or Norwegian councils. The majority of the Norwegian cabinet ministers convened in Christiania when the king was absent.
b. ^ The written Norwegian language ceased to exist in the first half of the 16th century and was replaced by Danish. Written Danish was still used during the union with Sweden, but was slightly norwegianized in the latter half of the 19th century. In 1885, the Storting accepted Landsmål as an official written language at par with Danish.