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Dauphins of Viennois


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House of Albon

House of Burgundy

House of La Tour–du–Pin

House of France

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Chronology

Dates down to 1078 are approximate.

Names and titles

On the title of dauphin, first used by Guigues IV, see Dreyfus, 56–8; the term Dauphiné dates from 1293. From the union with France, the heir to the crown was styled dauphin, but only if a son or descendant of the monarch.

Bibliography

Bligny, B., ed., Histoire du Dauphiné (Toulouse, 1973).Dreyfus, P., Histoire du Dauphiné (Paris, 1976).

1030–1065

Guigues I, the Old (count of Albon and Viennois in the later Dauphiné c.1030)

1065–1078

Guigues II, the Fat (son)

1078–1133

Guigues III (son)

1133–1142

Guigues IV (son)

1142–1162

Guigues V (son)

1162–1228

Beatrice (daughter)

1228–1237

Guigues VI (son of Beatrice and Hugh III, duke of Burgundy)

1237–1270

Guigues VII (son)

1270–1282

John I (son)

1282–1306

Humbert I (baron of La Tour–du–Pin; married Anne, sister of John I; abdicated, died 1307)

1306–1319

John II (son)

1319–1333

Guigues VIII (son)

1333–1349

Humbert II (brother; abdicated, died 1355)

1349–1364

Charles the Wise (grandson of Philip VI of France; king of France as Charles V 1364–80; union with France)

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