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 Charles Martel d'Anjou - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Charles was apparently known personally to Dante: in the Divine Comedy the poet speaks warmly of and to Charles's spirit when they meet in the Heaven of Venus.
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 Charles Martel And Islam
(see also Charles Martel d'Anjou.....defeated an Arab armyfighting to spread Islam, which had swept through southern Asia.....8, 1271 -...
Charles Martel was born.....defeated an Arab army fighting to spread Islam, which had swept through southern...
...to the Franks' Mayor of the Palace, Charles Martel, his sturdy Merovingian knights and a.....conquest of Europe through Spain.
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 Robert of Naples - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
While Robert's nephew Charles Robert of Anjou could as rightfully have succeeded, as the son of his elder brother, Charles Martel, i.e based on primogeniture, he was preoccupied with the capture of the Hungarian crown (which he accomplished in 1310) and did not press his claim on the crown.
Robert the Wise, third but eldest surviving son of King Charles II of Naples the Lame, was Duke of Calabria (1296–1309), King of Naples and titular King of Jerusalem, and Count of Provence and Forcalquier (1309–1343).
However, in his will, he recognized the rights of Andrew to Naples as son of Charles Robert and ordained that he be crowned king in his own right.
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 27TH GENERATION
She was born in Naples- dtr of Charles II of Anjou.
Charles MARTEL was born about 1270 in Anjou?.
Charles II of ANJOU was born in 1250 in Anjou (aka Charles The Lame).
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 Europe's 13th-Century Progress by Sanderson Beck
Charles Martel of Anjou had invaded Croatia in 1290 and was crowned by a papal legate; but he died in 1295.
After saying his objective was Africa, Pedro III conquered Sicily with 26,000 men in 1282 to claim his Hohenstaufen wife's inheritance, driving out the French and Charles of Anjou.
Sverker II, son of the Goth Charles, was king of Sweden from 1196 to 1210 according to a compact made between the Swedes and the Goths.
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 Courtly Lives - St. Jadwiga of Anjou, Queen of Poland
Charles Martel of Anjou, King of Hungary (1290-1208), was born September 1271 and died August 12, 1295.
Charles II Robert d'Anjou was born in 1288 and died on July 26, 1342.
Jadwiga was the daughter of Louis I of Anjou (Ludwika I/Ludwik Wiegierski), King of Hungary and Elizabeth of Bosnia.
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 Charles Martel d'Anjou
Charles Martel (September 8 1271 - Naples August 12 1295), also known as Charles I Martel, Charles Martel d'Anjou, and (in Italian) Carlo Martello' was the son of king Charles II of Naples and Maria of Hungary, the daughter of King Stephen V of Hungary.
Follow link for details of Charles Martel (August 23 676 - October 22 741)
Charles was apparently known personally to Dante: in the Divine Comedy the poet speaks warmly of and to Charles's spirit when they meet in the Paradiso.
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 Articles - Charles Martel d'Anjou
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 The Genealogy Website of Adams/Simpson - pafg650 - Generated by Personal Ancestral File
Sister of Charles Martel; Robert of Naples; Jo hn Duke of Durazzo; and Blanche of Anjou.
Charles II wa s th e son of Charles I. Charles II of Anjou, King of Naples left seven children when he died in 1 309, founding a tang led dynasty in Naples, which ended with a grandson, Louis I who was th e last of this line t o rule
Charles II Of Anjou was born in 1250 in Anjou Aka Charles The Lame,,.
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 Robert of Naples - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
While Robert's nephew Charles Robert of Anjou could as rightfully have succeeded, as the son of his elder brother, Charles Martel, i.e based on primogeniture, he was preoccupied with the capture of the Hungarian crown (which he accomplished in 1310) and did not press his claim on the crown.
Robert the Wise, third but eldest surviving son of King Charles II of Naples the Lame, was Duke of Calabria (1296–1309), King of Naples and titular King of Jerusalem, and Count of Provence and Forcalquier (1309–1343).
However, in his will, he recognized the rights of Andrew to Naples as son of Charles Robert and ordained that he be crowned king in his own right.
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 27TH GENERATION
Charles MARTEL was born about 1270 in Anjou?.
She was born in Naples- dtr of Charles II of Anjou.
Charles II of ANJOU was born in 1250 in Anjou (aka Charles The Lame).
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 27TH GENERATION
She was born in Naples- dtr of Charles II of Anjou.
Charles MARTEL was born about 1270 in Anjou?.
Charles II of ANJOU was born in 1250 in Anjou (aka Charles The Lame).
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 Royal Family of Europe - Name Index - Generated by Personal Ancestral File
BENTINCK, Edward Charles Cavendish b.1744 - Of Portland, Welbeck Abbey, Nottsinghamshire, Eng.
AUSTRASIA, Charles "Martel" Mayor Of The Palace Of b.676 - Of, Heristal,, Neustria
BINGHAM, Charles b.1735 - Of, Castlebar, Mayo, Ireland
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 nobily - pafg04 - Généré par Personal Ancestral File
Charles Ier Martel d'Anjou-Hongrie roi titulaire, de Hongrie est né le 8 septembre 1271, et est décédé le 12 août 1295.
Charles II le Boiteux d'Anjou-Sicile comte de Provence, Roi de Naples, de Sicile et de Jérusalem [Parents] est né en 1254.
Marie a épousé Charles II le Boiteux d'Anjou-Sicile comte de Provence, Roi de Naples, de Sicile et de Jérusalem en 1270.
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 nobily - pafg04 - Généré par Personal Ancestral File
Charles Ier Martel d'Anjou-Hongrie roi titulaire, de Hongrie est né le 8 septembre 1271, et est décédé le 12 août 1295.
Charles II le Boiteux d'Anjou-Sicile comte de Provence, Roi de Naples, de Sicile et de Jérusalem [Parents] est né en 1254.
Marie a épousé Charles II le Boiteux d'Anjou-Sicile comte de Provence, Roi de Naples, de Sicile et de Jérusalem en 1270.
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 Charles I of Hungary - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
He was the grandson of King Charles II of Naples, son of Charles Martel d'Anjou and Clemencia, daughter of the Holy Roman Emperor Rudolph I.
His sister Clemence d'Anjou (1293 - 1328) married Louis X of France on August 13, 1315 and became the mother of John I of France.
Charles died on July 16, 1342, and was laid beside the high altar at Székesfehérvár, the ancient burial place of the Árpáds.
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 Anjou
children of Carlo II ANJOU and Mária ARPAD: Charles Martel, King of Hungary (1290-1295) m.
children of Charles I CAPET of Anjou and Beatrice BERENGUER: Carlo II {below}; Isabella m.
occ: Duke of Anjou (1246-1285), Count of Provence (1246-1285), King of Sicily (1265-1282) as Carlo I, King of Naples (1266-1285)
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 Europe's 13th-Century Progress by Sanderson Beck
Charles Martel of Anjou had invaded Croatia in 1290 and was crowned by a papal legate; but he died in 1295.
After saying his objective was Africa, Pedro III conquered Sicily with 26,000 men in 1282 to claim his Hohenstaufen wife's inheritance, driving out the French and Charles of Anjou.
Charles even planned to help Emperor Baldwin II reconquer Constantinople in exchange for Greek territories; but this was blocked when the Doge of Venice made a treaty with the Greek emperor.
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 French History Timeline
CHARLES MARTEL, natural son of Pépin II, 'le Jeune', became 'mayor of the palace' upon the death of his father (714).
Geoffroi [Geoffrey] IV d'Anjou, [count of Anjou, Maine, and Touraine (1129)] married Matilda, daughter of Henry I of England; he conquered the duchy of Normandy in 1144 and was recognized as duke in 1145.
Charles married (1307) Blanche of Burgundy (c.1296-1326), who along with her sisters (who had married his brothers) was accused the 'Tour de Nesle' scandal.
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 Courtly Lives - St. Jadwiga of Anjou, Queen of Poland
Charles Martel of Anjou, King of Hungary (1290-1208), was born September 1271 and died August 12, 1295.
Charles II Robert d'Anjou was born in 1288 and died on July 26, 1342.
Jadwiga was the daughter of Louis I of Anjou (Ludwika I/Ludwik Wiegierski), King of Hungary and Elizabeth of Bosnia.
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 The Genealogy Website of Adams/Simpson - pafg656 - Generated by Personal Ancestral File
Charles Martel [ Parents ] was born about 1270 in Anjou,,.
The day after having written his will, Louis I Duke of Anjou died in a room of the castil e o f Bari, overlooking the Mediterranean sea, 20 September 1384.
Having caught a chill, which develope d into pneumonia, Louis I Duke of Anjou wrote his last w ill and testament the day before h e died.
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 Charles I of Hungary: Definition and Links by Encyclopedian.com - All about Charles I of Hungary
He was the grandson of King Charles II of Naples, son of Charles Martel and Clemencia, daughter of the Holy Roman Emperor Rudolph I.
Known as Charles Robert prior to his enthronment as King of Hungary in 1309, Charles claimed the Hungarian crown as the great-grandson of King Stephen V of Hungary and under the banner of the Pope.
Charles died on July 16, 1342, and was laid beside the high altar at Székesfehérvár, the ancient burial place of the Arpads.
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 Charles Martel
Charles Martel ( September 8, 1271 - Naples August 12, 1295), also known as Charles I Martel or Charles Martel d' Anjou, was the son of king II of Naples">Charles II of Naples and Maria of Hungary, the daughter of king Stephen V of Hungary.
Charles Martel's halt of the invasion of French soil turned the tide of Islamic advance, and the unification of the Frankish kingdom under Charles Martel, his son Pippin the Short, and his grandson Charlemagne prevented the Ummayad kingdom from expanding over the Pyrenees.
Charles Martel ( Martel means "the Hammer") was the son of Pippin of Herstal, Mayor of the Palace of Austrasia, and his concubine Alpaida.
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 Articles - Robert of Naples
While Robert's nephew Charles Robert of Anjou could as rightfully have succeeded, as the son of his elder brother, Charles Martel, i.e based on primogeniture, he was preoccupied with the capture of the Hungarian crown (which he accomplished in 1310) and did not press his claim on the crown.
Charles (1298–1328), Duke of Calabria (1309), Viceroy of Naples (1318)
Robert the Wise, third but eldest surviving son of King Charles II of Naples the Lame, was Duke of Calabria (1296–1309), King of Naples and titular King of Jerusalem, and Count of Provence and Forcalquier (1309–1343).
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 CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: St. Louis of Toulouse
He was the second son of Charles II of Anjou, called the Lame, King of Naples (1288- 1309), and nephew of St. Louis IX of France; and of Mary of Hungary, whose great-aunt was St. Elizabeth of Hungary.
If in some and even early sources (Analecta Franciscana, IV, 310) he is called primogenitus, it is only because he succeeded to the rights of his eldest brother, Charles Martel (d.
Recently, however, Amelli, O.S.B., published in the "Archivium Franciscanum Historicum", II (Quaracchi, 1909), 378-83, a small treatise on music written by the saint, and from this it appears that he is also the author of a "Liber de Musicae Commendatione".
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 Charles Martel d'Anjou -- Facts, Info, and Encyclopedia article
Their daughter Clemence d'Anjou (1293 - 1328) married on August 13 1315 to (Click link for more info and facts about Louis X of France) Louis X of France and was the mother of (Click link for more info and facts about John I of France) John I of France.
See also (Click link for more info and facts about Charles Martel) Charles Martel (676-741).
Their son Charles Robert became King (Click link for more info and facts about Charles I of Hungary) Charles I of Hungary.
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 Through the mind of a God
Charles the Hammer (Charles Martel), Charles the Great (Charlemagne), and Charles the Bald (Charlemagne's grandson), and that's not mentioning unrelated (I think) rulers called things like Charles the Simple, Charles (Count of Anjou, Count of Provence, King of Sicily), Charles IV, another Charles (Count of Valois), and Charles the Bad.
In one ofhte articles I read yesterday, it talked about how it was customary for the first son (in the royal family at least) to take his grandfather's name.
I'm living in a three-roomed double (four rooms if you count the bathroom) with my roomie Matt.
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 thePeerage.com - Person Page 11417
She married Charles II Robert d'Anjou, King of Hungary, son of Charles I Martel d'Anjou, King of Hungary and Klementia von Habsburg, in 1318.
She married Charles II Robert d'Anjou, King of Hungary, son of Charles I Martel d'Anjou, King of Hungary and Klementia von Habsburg, in 1306.
     Charles II Robert d'Anjou, King of Hungary was born in 1288.
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 Robert of Naples - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
While Robert's nephew Charles Robert of Anjou could as rightfully have succeeded, as the son of his elder brother, Charles Martel, i.e based on primogeniture, he was preoccupied with the capture of the Hungarian crown (which he accomplished in 1310) and did not press his claim on the crown.
Robert the Wise, third but eldest surviving son of King Charles II of Naples the Lame, was Duke of Calabria (1296–1309), King of Naples and titular King of Jerusalem, and Count of Provence and Forcalquier (1309–1343).
He was succeeded, his son Charles having predeceased him, by his 16-year-old granddaughter Joan I of Naples, who was already betrothed to 15-year-old Andrew of Hungary, son of Charles Robert.
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 27TH GENERATION
She was born in Naples - dtr of Charles II of Anjou.
Charles MARTEL was born about 1270 in Anjou?.
Eleanor of NAPLES died in 1325 in Sicily?.
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