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  1. Capetian House of Anjou - Wikipedia

    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 ...

  2. Family tree of Neapolitan monarchs - Wikipedia

    Charles I 1226–1266–1285: Philip III of France 1245–1285: Charles II 1254–1285–1309: House of Barcelona: Charles, Count of Valois 1270–1325: Margaret, Countess of Anjou 1273–1299: Charles Martel of Anjou 1271–1295: Saint Louis of Toulouse 1274–1297: Robert 1277–1309–1343: Philip I, Prince of Taranto 1278–1332: Raymond ...

  3. 1290s - Wikipedia

    August 12 – Charles Martel of Anjou (b. 1271) October – Meinhard, Duke of Carinthia (b. 1238) December 7 – Gilbert de Clare, 7th Earl of Gloucester, 6th Earl of Hertford, English politician (b. 1243) December 20 – Margaret of Provence, queen of Louis IX of France (b. c. 1221) date unknown – Guy of Charpigny

  4. List of rulers of Croatia - Wikipedia

    Rule contested by Charles Robert of Anjou (Charles I of Hungary). House of Anjou Charles Martel of Anjou: 1290: 1295: Set up by Pope Nicholas IV and the ecclesiastical party as successor of his maternal uncle, the childless Ladislaus IV the Cuman. His title as king was recognized by the Šubić and Kőszegi noble families. He was crowned in ...

  5. Carolingian dynasty - Wikipedia

    The Carolingian dynasty takes its name from Carolus, the Latinised name of Charles Martel, de facto ruler of Francia from 718 until his death. The name "Carolingian" ( Medieval Latin karolingi , an altered form of an unattested Old High German word karling or kerling , meaning "descendant of Charles" cf. MHG kerlinc ) [4] [5] or "the family of ...

  6. Kingdom of Hungary (1301–1526) - Wikipedia

    At the news of Andrew III's death, viceroy Šubić invited Charles of Anjou, the late Charles Martel's son, to claim the throne, who hurried to Esztergom where he was crowned king. However, most secular lords opposed his rule and proposed the throne to King Wenceslaus II of Bohemia 's namesake son . [12]

  7. 720s - Wikipedia

    Ragenfrid, ex-mayor of the palace of Neustria, revolts against Charles Martel. He is easily defeated, and Ragenfrid gives up his sons as hostages, in return for being allowed to keep his lands in Anjou. Cináed mac Írgalaig also known as "the one-eyed" becomes High King of Ireland. Arabian Empire

  8. Outline of The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman ...

    The Two Sieges of Constantinople by the Arabs – Their Invasion of France, and Defeat by Charles Martel – Civil Wars of the Ommiades and Abbassides – Learning of the Arabs – Luxury of the Caliphs – Naval Enterprises on Crete, Sicily, and Rome – Decay and Division of the Empire of the Caliphs – Defeats and Victories of the Greek ...

  9. List of monarchs by nickname - Wikipedia

    This is a list of monarchs (and other royalty and nobility) sorted by nickname.This list is divided into two parts: Cognomens: Also called cognomina.These are names which are appended before or after the person's name, like the epitheton necessarium, or Roman victory titles.

  10. قدیس توماس آکویناس (به ایتالیایی: Tommaso d'Aquino) (ح. ۱۲۲۵–۱۲۷۴)، معروف به حکیم آسمانی، فیلسوف ایتالیایی و متاله مسیحی بود.