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      • Charles Martel of Anjou From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Charles Martel (Hungarian: Martell Károly; 8 September 1271 – 12 August 1295) of the Angevin dynasty was the eldest son of king Charles II of Naples and Maria of Hungary, the daughter of King Stephen V of Hungary.
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  1. Charles Martel of Anjou - Wikipedia

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    Charles Martel (Hungarian: Martell Károly; 8 September 1271 – 12 August 1295) of the Angevin dynasty was the eldest son of king Charles II of Naples and Maria of Hungary, the daughter of King Stephen V of Hungary.

  2. Charles Martel - Wikipedia

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    Charles, nicknamed "Martel", or "Charles the Hammer" (martel means "hammer" in French) in later chronicles, was the illegitimate son of Pepin of Herstal and his mistress, possible second wife, Alpaida. He had a brother named Childebrand, who later became the Frankish dux (that is, duke) of Burgundy.

  3. Charles I of Anjou - Wikipedia

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    Charles I (early 1226/1227 – 7 January 1285), commonly called Charles of Anjou, was a member of the royal Capetian dynasty and the founder of the second House of Anjou. He was Count of Provence (1246–85) and Forcalquier (1246–48, 1256–85) in the Holy Roman Empire, Count of Anjou and Maine (1246–85) in France; he was also King of Sicily (1266–85) and Prince of Achaea (1278–85).

  4. Charles I of Hungary - Wikipedia

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    Charles Martel was the firstborn son of Charles II of Naples and Charles II's wife, Mary, who was a daughter of Stephen V of Hungary. [4] [5] After the death of her brother, Ladislaus IV of Hungary , in 1290, Queen Mary announced her claim to Hungary , stating that the House of Árpád (the royal family of Hungary) had become extinct with ...

    • early 1301, 15/16 June 1309, 27 August 1310
    • Andrew III or Otto
    • 1301/08 – 1342
    • Louis I
  5. Talk:Charles Martel of Anjou - Wikipedia

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  6. Charles Martel d'Anjou, I (1271 - 1295) - Genealogy

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    Charles Martel of Anjou. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Charles Martel (8 September 1271 – 12 August 1295) of the Angevin dynasty, also known as Charles I Martel, (French: Charles Martel d'Anjou, Italian: Carlo Martello) was the eldest son of king Charles II of Naples and Maria of Hungary, the daughter of King Stephen V of Hungary.

  7. Charles II of Naples - Wikipedia

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    Early life. Born in 1254, Charles was the son of Charles I of Anjou and Beatrice of Provence. He was the sole heir of his father's vast dominion. By the time of Charles' birth, his father had seized Provence and Forcalquier (in the Holy Roman Empire), Anjou and Maine (in France), and the Kingdom of Sicily (a fief of the Holy See).

  8. Charles of Anjou | Article about Charles of Anjou by The Free ...

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    Charles I (Charles of Anjou), 1227–85, king of Naples and Sicily (1266–85), count of Anjou and Provence, youngest brother of King Louis IX of France. He took part in Louis's crusades to Egypt (1248) and Tunisia (1270). After obtaining Provence by marriage (1246), he extended his influence into Piedmont.

  9. Charles I of Hungary - Wikipedia | WordDisk

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