Navarre

Kingdom of Navarre


House of Jiménez, 1004–1076

  • Sancho III Garcés (late 10th century – 1035), the Great, King of Navarre


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Traditional early arms

House of Jiménez, Aragon branch 1076–1134

  • Sancho Ramírez (c. 1042 – 1094), K ing of Aragon from 1063 and K ing of Navarre from 1076 as Sancho V.

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House of Jiménez



House of Jiménez, senior line (restoration), 1134–1234

  • Sancho VII Sanches (1157 – 1234), the Strong the Prudent, King of Navarre from 1194. First to use the traditional arms in 1212.



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Sancho VII Sanches (1157 – 1234)



House of Champagne, 1234–1284

  • Theobald I ( 1201 – 1253), Count of Champagne, as Theobald IV, from birth and King of Navarre from 1234.




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Theobald I ( 1201 – 1253)



House of Capet, 1284–1349

  • Philip IV (1268 – 1314), King of France from 1285 . He was the husband of Joan I of Navarre, by virtue of which he was King of Navarre (as Philip I) and Count of Champagne from 1284 to 1305.




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Philip IV (1268 – 1314)

House of Evreux (1328-1441)

  • Philip III ( 1306 – 1343), Count of Évreux from 1319 and King of Navarre from 1328.
  • Charles II ( 1332– 1387), called "Charles the Bad," King of Navarre from1349 and Count of Évreux from1343.
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Philip III (1306 – 1343)

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Charles II (1332– 1387)


House of Trastámara, 1425–1479

  • John II the Great ( 1397 – 1479), King of Aragon (1458–1479) and jure uxoris King of Navarre (1425–1479).

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John II the Great (1397 – 1479)


House of Foix, 1479–1518

  • Francis Phoebus of Foix (c. 1469 – 1483), K ing of Navarre from 1479 and C ount of Foix from 1472.
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Francis Phoebus of Foix


House of Albret, 1518–1572

  • John III of Navarre, also known as Jean d'Albret (1469 – ) was jure uxoris King of Navarre. John III was defeated by Ferdinand II of Aragon in 1512, who then conquered southern Navarre for the Crown of Aragon and was crowned king. See the List of Aragonese and Spanish monarchs for this line. The monarchs of Navarre after 1512 thus only reigned over Lower Navarre, the part of Navarre north of the Pyrenees.

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John III of Navarre


House of Bourbon, 1572–1620

  • Henry III (Henry IV of France), ( 1553 – 1610), King of France from 1589 and King of Navarre from 1572.

In 1620, the Kingdom was merged into France; however, the French kings continued to use the title King of Navarre until 1791.
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Henry III Small Arms

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Henry III Grand Arms

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King of France and Navarre