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  1. Alan Martello (born 1952), former Australian rules football player; Alfonse Martello D'Amato (born 1937), New York politician; Candice Martello (better known as Hemming), singer-songwriter; Cesar Martello, politician in Ontario; Charles Martel of Anjou (1271-1295), titular king of Hungary; Leo Martello (1931-2000), pagan

    Martello - Wikipedia

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  2. Charles Martel - Wikipedia

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    Charles Martel (c. 688 – 22 October 741) was a Frankish statesman and military leader who, as Duke and Prince of the Franks and Mayor of the Palace, was the de facto ruler of Francia from 718 until his death.

  3. Stefan Vladislav II - Wikipedia

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    During the Hungarian throne fight between the Árpád and Anjou in 1290–91, Dragutin and his son Vladislav joined Charles Martel of Anjou, who was the titular Hungarian king since 1292. That year Vladislav, for faithful service to Anjou, was given the Banate of Slavonia , except estates held by the Frankopan and Babonić families. [10]

  4. Martello - Wikipedia

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    Alan Martello (born 1952), former Australian rules football player; Alfonse Martello D'Amato (born 1937), New York politician; Candice Martello (better known as Hemming), singer-songwriter; Cesar Martello, politician in Ontario; Charles Martel of Anjou (1271-1295), titular king of Hungary; Leo Martello (1931-2000), pagan

  5. House of Anjou | Familypedia | Fandom

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    the Capetian House of Anjou, the second Angevin dynasty that started from Charles I of Naples which ruled parts of France, Hungary, Croatia, Jerusalem, Italy and Poland. It had three branches: the House of Anjou-Hungary, that started from Charles Martel of Anjou which ruled Hungary-Croatia (1308–1385, 1386–1395) and Poland (1370–1399).

  6. Capetian House of Anjou - Wikipedia

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    Charles was driven out of Sicily in 1282, but his successors ruled Naples until 1435. [citation needed]Charles II and division of the inheritance. This House of Anjou included the branches of Anjou-Hungary, which ruled Hungary (1308–1385, 1386–1395) and Poland (1370–1399), Anjou-Taranto, which ruled the remnants of the Latin Empire (1313–1374) and Anjou-Durazzo, which ruled Naples ...

  7. Pada saat itu, Karl sekali lagi berbaris melawan bangsa Sachsen. Kemudian bangsa Neustria memberontak di bawah pimpinan Raganfrid, yang telah meninggalkan provinsi Anjou. Mereka dengan mudah dikalahkan (724), tetapi Raganfrid menyerahkan putra-putranya sebagai tawanan sebagai imbalan untuk menyimpan negaranya.

  8. Robert, King of Naples - Wikipedia

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    Robert was born around 1276, the third son of the future Charles II of Naples (then heir apparent) and his wife Mary of Hungary. His father was the son of the incumbent King of Naples, Charles of Anjou , who had established an Italian realm a decade earlier in 1266.

  9. History of Marseille - Wikipedia

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    Marseille continued to prosper as a Roman city, becoming an early center of Christianity during the Western Roman Empire.The city maintained its position as a premier maritime trading hub even after its capture by the Visigoths in the 5th century AD, although the city went into decline following the sack of 739 AD by the forces of Charles Martel.

  10. Andrew, Duke of Calabria - Wikipedia

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    Andrew was the second of three surviving sons of King Charles I of Hungary and his third wife, Elizabeth of Poland.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.

  11. Martello

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    Recorded as Martel and Martell (English & French), Marteau, Martelier, Martellier, Martelet, Marteret (French), Martelli, Martello, Martellio, Martellini, Martellino ...