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House of Grimaldi—Lords of Monaco

Princes of Monaco

Labande, L.-H., Histoire de la principauté de Monaco (Monaco, 1934).Edwards, A., The Grimaldis of Monaco (Monaco, 1992).

1331–1357

Charles I (son of Rainier Grimaldi; lord of Monaco 1331; of Menton 1346; of Roquebrune 1355; Genoese rule of Monaco 1357–1419)

1357–1407

Rainier II (son)

1407–1454

John I (son)

1454–1457

Catalan (son)

1457–1458

Claudine (daughter; abdicated; died 1515)

1458–1494

Lambert (distant cousin; married Claudine1465)

1494–1505

John II (son)

1505–1523

Lucien (brother)

1523–1532

Augustine (brother; Spanish protectorate 1524–1641)

1532–1581

Honoré I (son of Lucien)

1581–1589

Charles II (son)

1589–1604

Hercules (brother)

1604–1662

Honoré II (son; assumed the title of prince 1612; French protectorate 1641–1793)

1662–1701

Louis I (grandson)

1701–1731

Anthony (son)

1731

Louise Hippolyte (daughter; married James, count of Torigny)

1731–1733

James (widower; abdicated, died 1751)

1733–1793

Honoré III (son; deposed, died 1795; union with France 1793–1814)

1814–1819

Honoré IV (son; French protectorate 1814–15; Sardinian protectorate 1815–60)

1819–1841

Honoré V (son; regent 1815–19)

1841–1856

Florestan I (brother)

1856–1889

Charles III (son; regent 1848–56; French protectorate 1860–1)

1889–1922

Albert I (son)

1922–1949

Louis II (son)

1949–2005

Rainier III (son of Charlotte, daughter of Louis II, and Peter, count of Polignac)

2005– 

Albert II (son)

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