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  1. Charles, Count of Valois - Wikipedia

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    The Count of Valois died on 16 December 1325 at Nogent-le-Roi, leaving a son who would take the throne of France under the name of Philip VI and commence the branch of the Valois. Had he survived for three more years and outlived his nephew King Charles IV, Charles would have become King of France in his own right.

  2. Charles of France, Count of Valois (1270 - 1325) - Genealogy

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    Jun 19, 2020 · Louis, Count of Chartres (1318–1328) Charles of Valois (March 12, 1270 – December 16, 1325) was the fourth son of Philip III of France and Isabella of Aragon. His mother was a daughter of James I of Aragon and Yolande of Hungary. He was a member of the House of Capet and founded the House of Valois.

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    • Vincennes, Île-de-France, France
    • March 12, 1270
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  3. Charles, Count of Valois Biography - 13/14th-century French ...

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    Charles, Count of Valois is the 53rd most popular nobleman (down from 43rd in 2019), the 331st most popular biography from France (down from 324th in 2019) and the 12th most popular French Nobleman. Charles, Count of Valois, was the youngest son of King Philip III and Queen Jeanne. He was the grandson of King Louis IX.

  4. Profile for Charles, count of Valois from The Iron King (The ...

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    Charles of Valois (March 12, 1270 – December 16, 1325) was the fourth son of Philip III of France and Isabella of Aragon. His mother was a daughter of James I of Aragon and Yolande of Hungary. He was a member of the House of Capet and founded the House of Valois. In 1284, he was created Count of ...

  5. Charles III | count of Valois | Britannica

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    Charles III, count of Valois from 1285 and of Anjou and Maine from 1290. He was son of a king, brother of a king, uncle of three kings, and a father of a king. Though he himself never gained a crown, he sought at various times those of Aragon, France, Constantinople, and the Holy Roman Empire.

  6. Charles, Count of Valois — Wikipedia Republished // WIKI 2

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    Charles had as ap­panage the coun­ties of Val­ois, Alençon and Perche (1285). He be­came in 1290 count of Anjou and of Maine by his mar­riage with Mar­garet, el­dest daugh­ter of Charles II, tit­u­lar king of Sicily; by a sec­ond mar­riage, con­tracted with the heiress of Bald­win II de Courte­nay, last Latin em­peror of Con­stan­tino­ple, he also had pre­ten­sions on this throne. But he was son, brother, brother-in-law, son-in-law, and uncle of kings or of queens (of France, of Navarre, of Eng­land, and of Naples), be­com­ing, more­over, after his death, fa­ther of a king (Philip VI). Charles thus dreamed of more and sought all his life for a crown he never ob­tained. In 1284, the pope rec­og­nized him as King of Aragon (under the vas­salage of the Holy See), as son of his mother, in op­po­si­tion to King Peter III, who after the con­quest of the is­land of Sicily was an enemy of the pa­pacy. Charles then mar­ried Mar­guerite of Sicily, daugh­ter of the Neapoli­tan king, in order t...

    Charles was mar­ried three times. His first mar­riage, in 1290, was to his dou­ble sec­ond cousin Mar­garet, Count­ess of Anjou (1272–1299), daugh­ter of King Charles II of Naples.They had the fol­low­ing chil­dren: 1. Isabelle of Valois (1292 – 1309); married John, Prince of Brittany (later John III, Duke of Brittany). 2. Philip VI (1293 – 22 August 1350), first King of the Valois Dynasty. 3. Joan of Valois (1294 – 7 March 1342); married William I, Count of Hainaut, and had issue. 4. Margaret of Valois (1295 – July 1342); married Guy I of Blois-Châtillon, Count of Blois, and had issue. 5. Charles II of Valois (1297 – 26 August 1346 at the Battle of Crécy), Count of Alençon. Married first Jeanne de Joigny and second Marie de la Cerda. 6. Catherine of Valois (1299 – died young). In 1302 he mar­ried Cather­ine I of Courte­nay (1274–1307), tit­u­lar Em­press of Con­stan­tino­ple.They had: 1. John of Valois (1302 – 1308), Count of Chartres. 2. Catherine II of Valois (1303 – October 1346...

    Charles is a major char­ac­ter in Les Rois mau­dits (The Ac­cursed Kings), a se­ries of French his­tor­i­cal nov­els by Mau­rice Druon. He was por­trayed by Jean Deschamps[fr] in the 1972 French minis­eries adap­ta­tion of the se­ries, and by Jacques Spiesserin the 2005 adaptation.

    Doubleday, Simon R. (2001). The Lara Family: Crown and Nobility in Medieval Spain. Harvard University Press.
    Hallam, Elizabeth (1980). Capetian France:987–1328. Longman Group UK.
    Hand, Joni M. (2013). Women, Manuscripts and Identity in Northern Europe, 1350–1550. Ashgate Publishing.
    Housley, Norman (1992). The later Crusades, 1274–1580: from Lyons to Alcazar. Oxford University Press.
  7. Charles, Count of Valois wiki | TheReaderWiki

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    Charles had as appanage the counties of Valois, Alençon and Perche (1285). He became in 1290 count of Anjou and of Maine by his marriage with Margaret, eldest daughter of Charles II, titular king of Sicily; by a second marriage, contracted with the heiress of Baldwin II de Courtenay, last Latin emperor of Constantinople, he also had pretensions on this throne. But he was son, brother, brother-in-law, son-in-law, and uncle of kings or of queens (of France, of Navarre, of England, and of Naples), becoming, moreover, after his death, father of a king (Philip VI). Charles thus dreamed of more and sought all his life for a crown he never obtained. In 1284, the pope recognized him as King of Aragon (under the vassalage of the Holy See), as son of his mother, in opposition to King Peter III, who after the conquest of the island of Sicily was an enemy of the papacy. Charles then married Marguerite of Sicily, daughter of the Neapolitan king, in order to re-enforce his position in Sicily, sup...

    Charles was married three times. His first marriage, in 1290, was to his double second cousin Margaret, Countess of Anjou (1272–1299), daughter of King Charles II of Naples.They had the following children: 1. Isabelle of Valois (1292 – 1309); married John, Prince of Brittany (later John III, Duke of Brittany). 2. Philip VI (1293 – 22 August 1350), first King of the Valois Dynasty. 3. Joan of Valois (1294 – 7 March 1342); married William I, Count of Hainaut, and had issue. 4. Margaret of Valois (1295 – July 1342); married Guy I of Blois-Châtillon, Count of Blois, and had issue. 5. Charles II of Valois (1297 – 26 August 1346 at the Battle of Crécy), Count of Alençon. Married first Jeanne de Joigny and second Marie de la Cerda. 6. Catherine of Valois (1299 – died young). In 1302 he married Catherine I of Courtenay (1274–1307), titular Empress of Constantinople.They had: 1. John of Valois (1302 – 1308), Count of Chartres. 2. Catherine II of Valois (1303 – October 1346), titular Empress...

    Charles is a major character in Les Rois maudits (The Accursed Kings), a series of French historical novels by Maurice Druon. He was portrayed by Jean Deschamps[fr] in the 1972 French miniseries adaptation of the series, and by Jacques Spiesserin the 2005 adaptation.

    Doubleday, Simon R. (2001). The Lara Family: Crown and Nobility in Medieval Spain. Harvard University Press.
    Hallam, Elizabeth (1980). Capetian France:987–1328. Longman Group UK.
    Hand, Joni M. (2013). Women, Manuscripts and Identity in Northern Europe, 1350–1550. Ashgate Publishing.
    Housley, Norman (1992). The later Crusades, 1274–1580: from Lyons to Alcazar. Oxford University Press.
  8. Charles of Valois (1270-1325) - Find A Grave Memorial

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    Charles of Valois. French Royalty. Born at Fontainbleau, Ile-de-France, the youngest child of Philippe III, King of France and his second wife Isabel de Aragon. An ambitious man, he gained the title of Comte de Valois about 1285 acquiring also the counties of Alencon and Perche. He became Count of Anjou and Maine though his marriage to ...

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  9. A forgotten Valois prince: Charles, Count d’Angoulême and ...

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    Jan 01, 2021 · Charles d’Orléans, Count d’Angoulême (born in 1459 and died on the 1st of January 1496) was a member of the French Valois-Orléans-Angoulême branch of the royal House of Valois. He was descended from Louis I, Duke d’Orléans, who was the youngest surviving son of King Charles V of France known as the Wise ( le Sage ) and his cousin ...

  10. A forgotten Valois prince: Charles, Count d’Angoulême and ...

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    Feb 15, 2021 · Count Charles d’Angoulême was not as highly inbred as many of his Valois cousins were. However, how was the count related to his wife, Louis de Savoy? Ancestors of Count Charles d’Angoulême, from Wikipedia

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