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Kings of Naples and Sicily

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House of Anjou – Kings of Naples

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House of Bourbon – Kings of Naples and Sicily

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House of Bourbon – Kings of the Two Sicilies

Léonard, E. G., Les Angevins de Naples (Paris, 1954).Storia di Napoli (11 vols. in 15 pts., Naples, 1967–78).

1042–1046

William Iron-Arm (son of Tancred of Hauteville; count of Apulia as a vassal of Salerno 1042)

1046–1051

Drogo (brother)

1051–1057

Humphrey (brother)

1057–1085

Robert Guiscard (brother; duke of Apulia as a vassal of the papacy 1059)

1085–1111

Roger Borsa (son)

1111–1127

William (son)

1072–1101

Roger I (son of Tancred; count of Sicily following capture of Palermo 1072)

1101–1105

Simon (son)

1105–1154

Roger II, the Great (brother; duke of Apulia 1128; crowned king of Sicily by pope Anacletus II1130)

1154–1166

William I, the Bad (son; co-regent 1151)

1166–1189

William II, the Good (son)

1190–1194

Tancred of Lecce (bastard grandson of Roger II)

1192–1194

Roger III (son; co-regent)

1194

William III (brother; deposed, died 1198?)

1194–1197

Henry (king of Germany 1190; married Constance, daughter of Roger II)

1197–1250

Frederick I (son; Germany 1212)

1250–1254

Conrad (son; Germany; interregnum 1254–8)

1258–1266

Manfred (bastard brother; regent 1254–8)

1266–1285

Charles I (count of Anjou; lost Sicily 1282)

1285–1309

Charles II, the Lame (son)

1309–1343

Robert the Wise (son)

1343–1381

Joan I (granddaughter; deposed, died 1382)

1381–1386

Charles III of Durazzo (great-grandson of Charles II; king of Hungary 1385)

1386–1414

Ladislas (son)

1414–1435

Joan II (sister)

1435–1442

René the Good (adopted son; deposed, died 1480)

1443–1458

Alfonso I, the Magnanimous (king of Aragon 1416)

1458–1494

Ferdinand I (bastard son)

1494–1495

Alfonso II (son; abdicated, died 1495)

1495–1496

Ferdinand II (son)

1496–1501

Frederick (son of Ferdinand I; deposed, died 1504; Aragonese, then Spanish rule 1501–1707; Austrian rule 1707–34)

1282–1285

Peter I, the Great (king of Aragon 1276; married Constance, daughter of Manfred)

1285–1295

James the Just (son; abdicated; Aragon 1291–1327)

1296–1337

Frederick II (brother; lord of Sicily 1295–6)

1337–1342

Peter II (son; co-regent 1320)

1342–1355

Louis (son)

1355–1377

Frederick III, the Simple (brother)

1377–1401

Mary (daughter)

1390–1409

Martin I, the Younger (son of Martin of Aragon; married Mary)

1409–1410

Martin II, the Humane (father; Aragon 1396; interregnum 1410–12; Aragonese, then Spanish rule 1412–1713)

1713–1720

Victor Amadeus II (king of Sardinia 1720–30; Austrian rule 1720–34)

1734–1759

Charles (king of Spain 1759–88)

1759–1816

Ferdinand IV (son; lost Naples 1806–15)

1806–1808

Joseph Napoleon (brother of Napoleon I, emperor of the French; king of Spain 1808–13)

1808–1815

Joachim Napoleon (married Caroline, sister of Napoleon I; grand duke of Berg 1806–8; deposed, died 1815)

1816–1825

Ferdinand I (formerly Ferdinand IV; kingdom of the Two Sicilies 1816)

1825–1830

Francis I (son)

1830–1859

Ferdinand II (son)

1859–1860

Francis II (son; deposed, died 1894; union with the kingdom of Sardinia)

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