Kingdom of Naples

Kingdom of Naples 


1ère Maison capétienne d'Anjou


Angevin Dynasty, 1282–1382

  • Counts of Anjou
  • Charles I ( 1226– 1285), King of Sicily 1266–1282, King of Naples 1266–1285King of Albania 1272–1285, Prince of Achaea 1278–1285, Count of Anjou and Maine, and by purchase Titular King of Jerusalem in 1277.
  • Charles Martel d'Anjou ( 1271– 1295), titular King of Hungary - see Hungary
  • Princes of Taranto extinct 1374
  • Philip I of Taranto ( 1278– 1331),Titular Emperor of Constantinople, Despot of Epirus, King of Albania, and Taranto, and Lord of Durazzo. Line extinct 1373

House of Durazzo, 1381–1435

  • John of Gravina (1294– 1336), Prince of Durazzo, Prince of Achaea, and Count of Gravina, Line extinct 1414
  • Ladislas the Magnanimous ( 1377 – 1414), King of Naples and Titular King of Jerusalem and Sicily, Titular Count of Provence and Forcalquier (1386 – 1414), and Titular King of Hungary (1390 – 1414). Last male of the senior Angevin line
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Prince of Durazzo

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Ladislas the Magnanimous



2ème Maison capétienne d'Anjou

House of Valois-Anjou, 1382–1426 and 1435–1442

  • Dukes of Anjou, Line extinct 1480
  • Louis I of Anjou ( 1339– 1384) Count of Anjou 1356–1360, Duke of Anjou 1360–1384, Count of Maine 1356–1384, Duke of Touraine 1370–1384, and titular King of Naples and Jerusalem.Line extinct 1481
  • René I of Anjou ( 1409– 1480), Duke of Anjou, Count of Provence (1434–1480), Count of Piedmont, (1430–1480), Duke of Lorraine (1431–1453), King of Naples (1438–1442; titular 1442–1480), titular King of Jerusalem (1438–1480)
  • John II of Anjou (1425– 1470), Prince of Girona, , Duke of Lorraine,1453–1470
  • René II ( 1451– 1508), Count of Vaudémont 1470, Duke of Lorraine 1473, and Duke of Bar1483,titular King of Naples and Jerusalem 1493–1508. Ancestor of the House of Habsburg-Lorraine - See Lorraine

 

Aragonese Kings of Naples, 1442–1501

  • Alfonso the Magnanimous (1396 –1458), King of Aragon (as Alfonso V), Valencia (as Alfonso III), Majorca, Sardinia and Corsica (as Alfonso II), and Sicily and Count of Barcelona (as Alfonso IV) from 1416 and King of Naples (as Alfonso I) from 1442
  • Ferdinand I ( 1423– 1494), King of Naples, 1458 to 1494. Natural son of Alfonso V of Aragon.

For further arms see Two Sicilies

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Alfonso the Magnanimous (1396 –1458), King of Aragon

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Ferdinand I (1423–1494), King of Naples