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  1. Charles V, Holy Roman Emperor - Wikipedia › wiki › Charles_V,_Holy_Roman_Emperor

    3 days ago · Charles V revitalized the medieval concept of the universal monarchy and spent most of his life defending the integrity of the Holy Roman Empire from the Protestant Reformation, the expansion of the Ottoman Empire, and a series of wars with France.

  2. List of French monarchs - Wikipedia › wiki › List_of_kings_of_france

    Jul 16, 2021 · Henry V predeceased Charles VI and so Henry V's son, Henry VI, succeeded his grandfather Charles VI as King of France. Most of Northern France was under English control until 1435 but by 1453 the English had been expelled from all of France save Calais and the Channel Islands. Calais itself fell in 1558.

  3. Franco-Ottoman alliance - Wikipedia › wiki › Franco-Ottoman_alliance

    5 days ago · Charles V strongly appealed to the rest of Europe against the alliance of Francis I, and caricatures were made showing the collusion between France and the Ottoman Empire. In the late sixteenth century, Italian political philosopher Giovanni Botero referred to the alliance as "a vile, infamous, diabolical treaty" and blamed it for the ...

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  5. Family tree of French monarchs - Wikipedia › wiki › French_monarchs_family_tree

    6 days ago · Charles Orlando Dauphin of France 1492–1495: Charles Dauphin of France 1496: Henry II King of Navarre 1503–1555 r.1517–1555: Marguerite de Navarre 1492–1549: Eleanor of Austria 1498–1558: Francis I King of France 1494–1547 r.1515–1547: Claude Duchess of Brittany 1499–1524 r.1514–1524: Renée of France 1510–1574: Ercole II d ...

  6. Louis XIV - Wikipedia › wiki › Louis_XIV_of_France

    4 days ago · Louis XIV's only surviving legitimate grandson, Philip V, was not included in the line of succession due to having renounced the French throne after the war of the Spanish succession, which lasted for 13 years after the death of Charles II of Spain in 1700.

  7. Philip II of Spain - Wikipedia › wiki › Phillip_II_of_Spain

    Jul 17, 2021 · A member of the House of Habsburg, Philip was the son of Emperor Charles V, who was also king of Castile and Aragon, and Isabella of Portugal.He was born in the Castilian capital of Valladolid on 21 May 1527 at Palacio de Pimentel, which was owned by Don Bernardino Pimentel (the first Marqués de Távara).

  8. House of Bourbon - Wikipedia › wiki › House_of_Bourbon

    5 days ago · Charles V King of France 1338–1380 r.1364–1380: Joanna of Bourbon 1338–1378: Louis II Duke of Bourbon 1337–1410 r.1356–1410: James II Ct. of La Marche 1370–1438 r.1393–1438: Louis Ct. of Vendôme 1376–1446 r.1393–1446: John Lord of Carency 1378–1458 r.1393–1458: Charles VI King of France 1368–1422 r.1380–1422: John I ...

  9. Charles II de Navarre — Wikipédia › wiki › Charles_II_de_Navarre

    5 days ago · Charles II de Navarre, dit « Charles le Mauvais » ( Évreux, 10 octobre 1332 - Pampelune 1er janvier 1387) est roi de Navarre de 1349 à 1387 et comte d'Évreux de 1343 à 1378. Il est le fils de Philippe III comte d'Évreux et de Jeanne II reine de Navarre, fille du roi de France et de Navarre, Louis X le Hutin .

  10. Baldwin V, count of Flanders - geni family tree › people › Baldwin-V-Count-of-Flanders

    Jul 04, 2021 · It is unlikely however that Baldwin intervened to prevent the duke's invasion plans of England, after the Count had lost the conquered province of Ponthieu. By 1066, Baldwin was an old man, and died the following year. Baldwin V of Flanders (c. 1012 – 1 September 1067) was Count of Flanders from 1035 until his death.

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