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County and Duchy of Anjou


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First House of Anjou

House of Gâtinais

House of France

Dukes of Anjou

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Chronology

Dates down to 960 may vary by a year or so.

Names and Titles

Fulk I was styled viscount by 898, viscount of Tours and Angers by 905, and count of Angers by 909; see K. F. Werner, Die Welt als Geschichte, XVIII (1958), 264–79.

Dornic, F., Histoire de l'Anjou (2nd edn., Paris, 1971).Halphen, L., Le comté d'Anjou au XIe siècle (Paris, 1906).

909–942

Fulk I, the Red (son of Ingelgerius; styled count of Angers by 909)

942–960

Fulk II, the Good (son)

960–987

Geoffrey I, Graymantle)

987–1040

Fulk III, Nerra (son)

1040–1060

Geoffrey II, Martel (son)

1060–1068

Geoffrey III, the Bearded (son of Ermengard, daughter of Fulk III, and Geoffrey, count of Gâtinais; deposed)

1068–1109

Fulk IV, the Surly (brother)

1103–1106

Geoffrey IV, Martel (son; co-regent)

1109–1129

Fulk V, the Younger (brother; abdicated; king of Jerusalem 1131–43)

1129–1151

Geoffrey V, the Fair (son)

1151–1189

Henry (son; king of England as Henry II1154; union with England till French conquest 1205)

1246–1285

Charles I (son of Louis VIII of France; king of Sicily 1266)

1285–1290

Charles II, the Lame (son; abdicated; king of Naples 1285–1309)

1290–1325

Charles III of Valois (son of Philip III of France; married Margaret, daughter of Charles II)

1325–1350

Philip (son; king of France as Philip VI1328; union with France)

1360–1384

Louis I (son of John II of France; titular king of Naples 1383)

1384–1417

Louis II (son)

1417–1434

Louis III (son)

1434–1480

René the Good (brother; king of Naples 1435–42; union with France 1480)

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