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      • Andrew, Duke of Calabria (30 October 1327 – 18 September 1345) was the first husband of Joanna I of Naples, and a son of Charles I of Hungary and brother of Louis I of Hungary. He was betrothed in 1334 to his cousin Joanna, granddaughter and heiress apparent of King Robert of Naples; Andrew's father was a fraternal nephew of King Robert, making Andrew and Joanna both members of the Capetian House of Anjou.
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  1. Andrew, Duke of Calabria - Wikipedia

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    Andrew, Duke of Calabria (30 October 1327 – 18 September 1345) was the first husband of Joanna I of Naples, and a son of Charles I of Hungary and brother of Louis I of Hungary .

  2. Andrew, Duke of Calabria (30 October 1327 – 18 September 1345) was the first husband of Joanna I of Naples, and a son of Charles I of Hungary and brother of Louis I of Hungary.

  3. Duke of Calabria - Wikipedia

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    Duke of Calabria was the traditional title of the heir apparent of the Kingdom of Naples after the accession of Robert of Naples.It was also adopted by the heads of certain Houses that had once claimed the Kingdom of Naples in lieu of the royal title.

  4. Profile for Andrew, Duke of Calabria from The Lady Queen: The ...

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    Andrew, Duke of Calabria (Hungarian: Endre; 30 October 1327 – 18/19 September 1345, Aversa) was the second surviving son of Charles I of Hungary and Elizabeth of Poland. Andrew was the younger brother of the King Louis I of Hungary. edit descriptions of this character Andrew, Duke of Calabria's photo gallery

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  5. Andrew, Duke of Calabria - Hyperleap

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    Andrew, Duke of Calabria (30 October 1327 – 18 September 1345) was the first husband of Joanna I of Naples, and a son of Charles I of Hungary and brother of Louis I of Hungary. He was betrothed in 1334 to his cousin Joanna, granddaughter and heiress apparent of King Robert of Naples; Andrew's father was a fraternal nephew of King Robert, making Andrew and Joanna both members of the Capetian House of Anjou.

  6. Andrew of Calabria (1327-1345) | Familypedia | Fandom

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    Andrew Capet-Anjou-Hungary of Calabria, Duke of Calabria, was born 30 October 1327 to Charles I of Hungary (1288-1342) and Elisabeth of Poland (1305-1380) and died 18 September 1345 in Aversa of assassination. He married Joanna of Naples (1328-1382).

  7. Andrew d'Anjou, primce of Hungary (1327 - 1345) - Genealogy

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    His father travelled to Naples end-Summer 1333 hoping to have András adopted by his great-uncle Robert I King of Sicily, and declared his heir. He was created Duke of Calabria in 1333, and lived at Naples thereafter. The Pope granted him the title of king of Sicily on the succession of his wife, but excluded him from the government.

  8. Duke of Calabria

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    Later King Tancred made his eldest son to the Duke: Roger ( * after 1170 - † 1193 ), 1193 Duke of Apulia Dukes of Calabria House of Anjou Robert of Anjou (1278-1343), 1297 Duke Charles of Anjou (1298-1328), 1309 Duke Andrew of Hungary (1327-1345), Duke, husband of Queen Joanna I of Naples

  9. Duke of Calabria was the traditional title of the heir apparent of the Kingdom of Naples after the accession of Robert of Naples. It was also adopted by the heads of certain Houses that had once claimed the Kingdom of Naples in lieu of the royal title. There are at present two claimants to the title of Duke of Calabria.

  10. Duchess of Calabria - Wikipedia

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    Duchess of Calabria was the traditional title of the wife of the heir apparent of the Kingdom of Naples after the accession of Robert of Naples.It was also adopted by the heads of certain Houses that had once claimed the Kingdom of Naples in lieu of the royal title.