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County of Provence


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Capetian House of Anjou

Valois House of Anjou

Bourrilly, V.-L., and R. Busquet, La Provence au moyen âge (1112–1481) (Marseille, 1924).Busquet, R., Histoire de Provence (Monaco, 1954).

1112–1131

Raymond Berengar I (count of Barcelona as Raymond Berengar III; married Douce, heiress of Provence, 1112)

1131–1144

Berengar Raymond (son)

1144–1162

Raymond Berengar II (brother; Barcelona 1131)

1162–1166

Raymond Berengar III (son of Berengar Raymond)

1166–1196

Alfonso I (son of Raymond Berengar II; king of Aragon 1164)

1178–1181

Raymond Berengar IV (brother; regent)

1181–1185

Sancho (brother; regent; deposed, died 1223)

1196–1209

Alfonso II (son of Alfonso I)

1209–1245

Raymond Berengar V (son)

1245–1267

Beatrice (daughter)

1246–1285

Charles I (count of Anjou; married Beatrice; king of Sicily 1266)

1285–1309

Charles II, the Lame (son)

1309–1343

Robert the Wise (son)

1343–1382

Joan (granddaughter; queen of Naples 1343–81)

1382–1384

Louis I (adopted son; duke of Anjou)

1384–1417

Louis II (son)

1417–1434

Louis III (son)

1434–1480

René the Good (brother)

1480–1481

Charles III of Maine (nephew; union of Provence and Maine with France 1481)

Subjects: Medieval and Renaissance History (500 to 1500).


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