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About Isabelle d'Aragon, reine consort de France

Isabella of Aragon, Queen consort of France.


Consort 1270- 28 January 1271

Consort to Philip III

Father James I of Aragon

Mother Violant of Hungary

Born 1247

Died 28 January 1271 (aged 24)


Burial Château de Blois

Isabella of Aragon (1247 – 28 January 1271), infanta of Aragon, was, by marriage, Queen consort of France in the Middle Ages from 1270 to 1277


She was the daughter of King James I of Aragon and his second wife Violant of Hungary, daughter of Andrew II of Hungary.

In Clermont on 28 May 1262, she married the future Philip III of France, son of king Louis IX and Marguerite of Provence. They had four sons:

Louis (b. 1265 - d. 1276).

Philip IV "the Fair" (b. 1268 - d. 1314), King of France.

Robert (b. 1269 - d. 1271).

Charles of Valois (b. 1270 - d. 1325).

She accompanied her husband on the Eighth Crusade against Tunis. On their way home, they stopped in Cosenza, Calabria. Six months pregnant with her fifth child, on 11 January 1271 she suffered a fall from her horse after they had resumed the trip back to France. Isabella gave birth to a premature stillborn son. She never recovered from her injuries and the childbirth, and died seventeen days later, on 28 January. Her husband took her body and their stillborn son and, when he finally returned to France, buried her in Saint Denis Basilica. Her tomb, like many others, was desecrated during the French Revolution in 1793.

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Isabella of Aragon, Queen consort of France.


Consort 1270- 28 January 1271

Consort to Philip III

Father James I of Aragon

Mother Violant of Hungary

Born 1247

Died 28 January 1271 (aged 24)


Burial Château de Blois

Isabella of Aragon (1247 – 28 January 1271), infanta of Aragon, was, by marriage, Queen consort of France in the Middle Ages from 1270 to 1277


She was the daughter of King James I of Aragon and his second wife Violant of Hungary, daughter of Andrew II of Hungary.

In Clermont on 28 May 1262, she married the future Philip III of France, son of king Louis IX and Marguerite of Provence. They had four sons:

Louis (b. 1265 - d. 1276).

Philip IV "the Fair" (b. 1268 - d. 1314), King of France.

Robert (b. 1269 - d. 1271).

Charles of Valois (b. 1270 - d. 1325).

She accompanied her husband on the Eighth Crusade against Tunis. On their way home, they stopped in Cosenza, Calabria. Six months pregnant with her fifth child, on 11 January 1271 she suffered a fall from her horse after they had resumed the trip back to France. Isabella gave birth to a premature stillborn son. She never recovered from her injuries and the childbirth, and died seventeen days later, on 28 January. Her husband took her body and their stillborn son and, when he finally returned to France, buried her in Saint Denis Basilica. Her tomb, like many others, was desecrated during the French Revolution in 1793.

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Isabel de Aragón (1247-1271) Infanta de Aragón, hija de Jaime I el Conquistador, Rey de Aragón y Conde de Barcelona, y de segunda mujer Violante de Hungría, fue hermana de Pedro III de Aragón y de Jaime II de Mallorca.

El 28 de mayo de 1262 se casó con el príncipe Felipe de Francia, quien ocho años después se convirtió en Felipe III de Francia, de su matrimonio nacieron:

Luis de Francia (1264-1276)

Felipe de Francia (1268-1314), Rey Felipe IV

Roberto de Francia (1279-1276)

Carlos de Francia, Conde de Valois (1270-1325)

Acompañó a su marido en la que sería la Octava Cruzada y murió por una caída de caballo cuando volvía de ésta, embarazada del que podría haber sido su quinto hijo. Fue enterrada en la Basílica de Saint-Denis y su tumba fue profanada durante la Revolución Francesa.

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Isabella of Aragon (1247 – January 28, 1271), infanta of Aragon, was, by marriage, Queen consort of France in the Middle Ages from 1270 to 1271.

She was the daughter of James the Conqueror, king of Aragon, Valencia, and Majorca, and his second wife Violant of Hungary, daughter of Andrew II of Hungary.

In Clermont on May 28, 1262, she married the future Philip III of France, son of king Louis IX and Marguerite of Provence. They had four sons:

Louis (b. 1264 - d. 1276)

Philip IV "the Fair" (b. 1268 - d. 1314), King of France.

Robert (b. 1269 - d. 1271)

Charles of Valois (b. 1270 - d. 1325)

She accompanied her husband on the Eighth Crusade against Tunis. Her younger sons joined her in the journey.

On the way home, they stopped in Cosenza, Calabria. Her younger son, Robert, fell ill and died shortly after. Pregnant of his fifth child, on 11 January 1271 she suffered a fall from her horse when they reassumed the travel to France. Isabella gave birth a stillborn son [1]. Never recovered of the injuries and the childbirth, she died seventeen days later, on 28 January. Her husband took her body and their two sons and, when finally comeback in France, buried her in Saint Denis Basilica. Her tomb, like many others, was desecrated during the French Revolution in 1793.

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Isabel de Aragón was born in 1243.2 She was the daughter of Jaime I, Rey de Aragón and Yolante Arpád.2 She married Philippe III, Roi de France, son of Louis IX, Roi de France and Marguerite de Provence, on 28 May 1262 at Clement-en-Auvergne.1 She died on 28 January 1271 at Cosenza, Calabria, Italy, from a fall from a horse.1

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Isabella of Aragon

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Isabella of Aragon (1247 – January 28, 1271), infanta of Aragon, was, by marriage, Queen consort of France in the Middle Ages from 1270 to 1271.

She was the daughter of James the Conqueror, king of Aragon, Valencia, and Majorca, and his second wife Violant of Hungary, daughter of Andrew II of Hungary.

In Clermont on May 28, 1262, she married the future Philip III of France, son of king Louis IX and Marguerite of Provence. They had four sons:

Louis (b. 1264 - d. 1276)

Philip IV "the Fair" (b. 1268 - d. 1314), King of France.

Robert (b. 1269 - d. 1276)

Charles of Valois (b. 1270 - d. 1325)

She accompanied her husband on the Eighth Crusade against Tunis. On their way home, they stopped in Cosenza, Calabria. Six months pregnant with her fifth child, on 11 January 1271 she suffered a fall from her horse after they had resumed the trip back to France. Isabella gave birth to a premature stillborn son [1]. She never recovered from her injuries and the childbirth, and died seventeen days later, on 28 January. Her husband took her body and their stillborn son and, when he finally returned to France, buried her in Saint Denis Basilica. Her tomb, like many others, was desecrated during the French Revolution in 1793.

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Isabella of Aragon (1247 – 28 January 1271), infanta of Aragon, was, by marriage, Queen consort of France in the Middle Ages from 1270 to 1271.

Life

She was the daughter of King James I of Aragon and his second wife Violant of Hungary, daughter of Andrew II of Hungary.

In Clermont on 28 May 1262, she married the future Philip III of France, son of king Louis IX and Marguerite of Provence. They had four sons:

  1. Louis (1265–1276).
  2. Philip IV "the Fair" (1268–1314), King of France.
  3. Robert (1269–1271).
  4. Charles of Valois (1270–1325).

Isabella of Aragon

She accompanied her husband on the Eighth Crusade against Tunis. On their way home, they stopped in Cosenza, Calabria. Six months pregnant with her fifth child, on 11 January 1271 she suffered a fall from her horse after they had resumed the trip back to France. Isabella gave birth to a premature stillborn son. She never recovered from her injuries and the childbirth, and died seventeen days later, on 28 January. Her husband took her body and their stillborn son and, when he finally returned to France, buried her in Saint Denis Basilica. Her tomb, like many others, was desecrated during the French Revolution in 1793.

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Isabella of Aragon (1247 – January 28, 1271), infanta of Aragon, was, by marriage, Queen consort of France in the Middle Ages from 1270 to 1271.

She was the daughter of James the Conqueror, king of Aragon, Valencia, and Majorca, and his second wife Violant of Hungary, daughter of Andrew II of Hungary.

In Clermont on May 28, 1262, she married the future Philip III of France, son of king Louis IX and Marguerite of Provence. They had four sons:

Louis (b. 1264 - d. 1276)

Philip IV "the Fair" (b. 1268 - d. 1314), King of France.

Robert (b. 1269 - d. 1276)

Charles of Valois (b. 1270 - d. 1325)

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Isabella of Aragon (1247 – 28 January 1271), infanta of Aragon, was, by marriage, Queen consort of France in the Middle Ages from 1270 to 1271.

Contents [hide]

1 Life

2 Descendents

3 References

4 Ancestry


[edit] Life

She was the daughter of King James I of Aragon and his second wife Violant of Hungary, daughter of Andrew II of Hungary.

In Clermont on 28 May 1262, she married the future Philip III of France, son of king Louis IX and Marguerite of Provence. They had four sons:

Louis (b. 1265 - d. 1276).

Philip IV "the Fair" (b. 1268 - d. 1314), King of France.

Robert (b. 1269 - d. 1271).

Charles of Valois (b. 1270 - d. 1325).

She accompanied her husband on the Eighth Crusade against Tunis. On their way home, they stopped in Cosenza, Calabria. Six months pregnant with her fifth child, on 11 January 1271 she suffered a fall from her horse after they had resumed the trip back to France. Isabella gave birth to a premature stillborn son.[1] She never recovered from her injuries and the childbirth, and died seventeen days later, on 28 January. Her husband took her body and their stillborn son and, when he finally returned to France, buried her in Saint Denis Basilica. Her tomb, like many others, was desecrated during the French Revolution in 1793.

[edit] Descendents


Isabella of AragonThrough her sons Philip and Charles she has many grandchildren and her granddaughters were married off to Kings, Dukes and Emperors. Her granddaughter Isabelle married Edward II of England and was the mother of Edward III of England, another granddaughter, Blanche married Charles IV, Holy Roman Emperor and was the mother of Katharine of Bohemia. Another granddaughter Isabella married Peter I, Duke of Bourbon and was the mother of Louis II, Duke of Bourbon and Joanna, Queen of France. Isabella had a granddaughter called Catherine II of Valois, Princess of Achaea who became Latin Empress after her mother's death. Four of her grandsons became King of France they were Louis X of France, Philip V of France, Charles IV of France and Philip IV of France, the first three were sons of Isabella's eldest son Philip and because non produced surviving heirs the throne passed to Charles's son Philip, who began the House of Valois. Through her grandson Philip IV of France Isabella is an ancestor of French Kings and she would be an ancestor of leaders of many countries through granddaughters, great granddaughters, right up to the end of the French monarchy. Her great, great granddaughter was Catherine of Valois, Catherine's great grandson was Henry VII of England, Henry's son was Henry VIII of England and his three children were Edward VI, Mary I and Elizabeth I.

[edit] References

^ http://membres.lycos.fr/behgnam/capet10.htm

[edit] Ancestry

Ancestors of Isabella of Aragon[hide]

                                 

 16. Ramon Berenguer IV, Count of Barcelona 
 
         

 8. Alfonso II of Aragon   
 
               

 17. Petronila of Aragon 
 
         

 4. Peter II of Aragon   
 
                     

 18. Alfonso VII of León 
 
         

 9. Sancha of Castile   
 
               

 19. Richeza of Poland 
 
         

 2. James I of Aragon   
 
                           

 20. William VII of Montpellier 
 
         

 10. William VIII of Montpellier   
 
               

 21. Matilda of Burgundy 
 
         

 5. Marie of Montpellier   
 
                     

 22. Isaac Komnenos 
 
         

 11. Eudokia Komnene   
 
               

 23. Irene Synadene 
 
         

 1. Isabella of Aragon   
 
                                 

 24. Géza II of Hungary 
 
         

 12. Béla III of Hungary   
 
               

 25. Euphrosyne of Kiev 
 
         

 6. Andrew II of Hungary   
 
                     

 26. Raynald of Châtillon 
 
         

 13. Agnes of Antioch   
 
               

 27. Constance of Antioch 
 
         

 3. Violant of Hungary   
 
                           

 28. Peter of Courtenay 
 
         

 14. Peter II of Courtenay   
 
               

 29. Elizabeth de Courtenay 
 
         

 7. Yolanda de Courtenay   
 
                     

 30. Baldwin V, Count of Hainaut 
 
         

 15. Yolanda of Flanders   
 
               

 31. Margaret I, Countess of Flanders 
 
         

French royalty

Preceded by

Marguerite of Provence Queen consort of France

1270 – 1271 Succeeded by

Maria of Brabant

[hide]v • d • eChronology of French Queens and Empresses


Medieval France (987–1328)

House of Capet Adelaide of Aquitaine (987–996) • Rozala of Italy (996) • Bertha of Burgundy (996-1000) • Constance of Arles (1003-1031) • Matilda of Frisia (1034–1044) • Anne of Kiev (1051–1060) • Bertha of Holland (1071–1092) • Bertrade de Montfort (1092–1108) • Adélaide de Maurienne (1115–1137) • Eleanor, Duchess of Aquitaine (1137–1152) • Constance of Castile (1154–1160) • Adèle of Champagne (1164–1180) • Isabelle of Hainaut (1180–1190) • Ingeborg of Denmark (1193-1193) • Agnes of Merania (1196–1200) • Ingeborg of Denmark (1200–1223) • Blanche of Castile (1223 – 1226) • Marguerite of Provence (1234-1270) • Isabella of Aragon (1270-1271) • Maria of Brabant (1274-1285) • Joan I of Navarre (1285-1305) • Margaret of Burgundy (1314-1315) • Clementia of Hungary (1315-1316) • Joan II, Countess of Burgundy (1316-1322) • Blanche of Burgundy (1322) • Maria of Luxembourg (1322-1324) • Jeanne d'Évreux (1325-1328)


Medieval France (1328–1498)

House of Valois Joan the Lame (1328–1348) • Blanche of Navarre (1350) • Joan, Countess of Auvergne (1350–1360) • Joanna of Bourbon (1364–1378) • Isabeau of Bavaria (1385–1422) • Marie of Anjou (1422–1461) • Charlotte of Savoy (1461–1483) • Anne of Brittany (1491-1498)


Early Modern France (1498–1515)

House of Valois-Orléans Joan of Valois (1498) • Anne, Duchess of Brittany (1498-1514) • Mary of England


Early Modern France (1515–1589)

House of Valois-Angoulême Claude, Duchess of Brittany (1515–1524) • Eleanor of Habsburg (1530–1547) • Catherine de' Medici (1547–1559) • Mary I of Scotland (1559–1560) • Elisabeth of Austria (1570–1574) • Louise de Lorraine-Vaudémont (1575-1589)


Early Modern France (1589–1792)

House of Bourbon Marguerite de Valois (1589–1599) • Marie de' Medici (1600–1610) • Anne of Austria (1615–1643) • Maria Theresa of Spain (1660–1683) • Françoise d'Aubigné (1685–1715) • Maria Leszczyńska (1725–1768) • Marie Antoinette of Austria (1774-1792) • Marie Josephine Louise of Savoy (1795-1810)


First Empire (1804–1814)

House of Bonaparte Josephine de Beauharnais (1804–1810) • Marie Louise of Austria (1810-1814)


Bourbon Restoration (1814, 1815–1830)

House of Bourbon Marie-Thérèse-Charlotte of France (1830) (disputed)


July Monarchy (1830–1848)

House of Orléans Maria Amalia of the Two Sicilies (1830–1848)


Second Empire (1852–1870)

House of Bonaparte Eugénie de Montijo (1853–1870)


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Isabella of Aragon (1247 – 28 January 1271), infanta of Aragon, was, by marriage, Queen consort of France in the Middle Ages from 1270 to 1271.

Life

She was the daughter of King James I of Aragon and his second wife Violant of Hungary, daughter of Andrew II of Hungary.

In Clermont on 28 May 1262, she married the future Philip III of France, son of king Louis IX and Marguerite of Provence. They had four sons:

Louis (b. 1265 - d. 1276).

Philip IV "the Fair" (b. 1268 - d. 1314), King of France.

Robert (b. 1269 - d. 1271).

Charles of Valois (b. 1270 - d. 1325).

She accompanied her husband on the Eighth Crusade against Tunis. On their way home, they stopped in Cosenza, Calabria. Six months pregnant with her fifth child, on 11 January 1271 she suffered a fall from her horse after they had resumed the trip back to France. Isabella gave birth to a premature stillborn son.[1] She never recovered from her injuries and the childbirth, and died seventeen days later, on 28 January. Her husband took her body and their stillborn son and, when he finally returned to France, buried her in Saint Denis Basilica. Her tomb, like many others, was desecrated during the French Revolution in 1793.

Through her sons Philip and Charles she has many grandchildren and her granddaughters were married off to Kings, Dukes and Emperors. Her granddaughter Isabelle married Edward II of England and was the mother of Edward III of England, another granddaughter, Blanche married Charles IV, Holy Roman Emperor and was the mother of Katharine of Bohemia. Another granddaughter Isabella married Peter I, Duke of Bourbon and was the mother of Louis II, Duke of Bourbon and Joanna, Queen of France. Isabella had a granddaughter called Catherine II of Valois, Princess of Achaea who became Latin Empress after her mother's death. Four of her grandsons became King of France they were Louis X of France, Philip V of France, Charles IV of France and Philip IV of France, the first three were sons of Isabella's eldest son Philip and because non produced surviving heirs the throne passed to Charles's son Philip, who began the House of Valois. Through her grandson Philip IV of France Isabella is an ancestor of French Kings and she would be an ancestor of leaders of many countries through granddaughters, great granddaughters, right up to the end of the French monarchy. Her great, great granddaughter was Catherine of Valois, Catherine's great grandson was Henry VII of England, Henry's son was Henry VIII of England and his three children were Edward VI, Mary I and Elizabeth I.

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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Isabella_of_Aragon

French royalty

Preceded by

Margaret of Provence Queen consort of France

1270 – 1271 Succeeded by

Maria of Brabant

This page was last modified on 12 July 2010 at 22:47.

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Isabella of Aragon (1247 – January 28, 1271), infanta of Aragon, was, by marriage, Queen consort of France in the Middle Ages from 1270 to 1271.

She was the daughter of James the Conqueror, king of Aragon, Valencia, and Majorca, and his second wife Violant of Hungary, daughter of Andrew II of Hungary.

In Clermont on May 28, 1262, she married the future Philip III of France, son of king Louis IX and Marguerite of Provence. They had four sons:

Louis (b. 1264 - d. 1276)

Philip IV "the Fair" (b. 1268 - d. 1314), King of France.

Robert (b. 1269 - d. 1276)

Charles of Valois (b. 1270 - d. 1325)

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Source: The book, 'Kings & Queens of Europe'. -------------------- Isabella of Aragon (1247 – 28 January 1271), infanta of Aragon, was, by marriage, Queen consort of France in the Middle Ages from 1270 to 1271. [edit] Life

She was the daughter of King James I of Aragon and his second wife Violant of Hungary, daughter of Andrew II of Hungary.

In Clermont on 28 May 1262, she married the future Philip III of France, son of king Louis IX and Marguerite of Provence. They had four sons:

  1. Louis (1265–1276).
  2. Philip IV "the Fair" (1268–1314), King of France.
  3. Robert (1269–1271).
  4. Charles of Valois (1270–1325).

She accompanied her husband on the Eighth Crusade against Tunis. On their way home, they stopped in Cosenza, Calabria. Six months pregnant with her fifth child, on 11 January 1271 she suffered a fall from her horse after they had resumed the trip back to France. Isabella gave birth to a premature stillborn son.[1] She never recovered from her injuries and the childbirth, and died seventeen days later, on 28 January. Her husband took her body and their stillborn son and, when he finally returned to France, buried her in Saint Denis Basilica. Her tomb, like many others, was desecrated during the French Revolution in 1793.

TRADUCCION AL IDIOMA CASTELLANO:

Isabel de Aragón, reina consorte de Francia.

Consorte de 1270 - 28 de enero 1271

Consorte de Felipe III

Isabel de Aragón (1247 - 28 enero 1271), infanta de Aragón, fue, por el matrimonio, la reina consorte de Francia en la Edad Media entre 1270 y 1271.

Ella era la hija de Jaime I el Conquistador, Rey de Aragón y Conde de Barcelona, ​​y de su segunda esposa, Violante de Hungria, hija de Andrés II de Hungría. Fué hermana de Pedro III de Aragón y de Jaime II de Mallorca.

En Clermont, el 28 de mayo 1262, se casó con el futuro Felipe III de Francia, hijo del rey Luis IX y Margarita de Provenza. Tuvieron cuatro hijos:

 1. Louis (1265-1276).
 2. Felipe IV "el Hermoso" (1268-1314), rey de Francia.
 3. Robert (1269-1271).
 4. Carlos de Valois (1270-1325).

Ella acompañó a su marido en la Octava Cruzada contra Túnez. Sus hijos más jóvenes se unieron a ella en el viaje. De camino a casa, se detuvieron en Cosenza, Calabria. Su hijo menor, Robert, cayó enfermo y murió poco después. Embarazada de seis meses de su quinto hijo, de 11 de enero 1271 sufrió una caída de su caballo después de haber reanudado el viaje de regreso a Francia. Isabel dio a luz un hijo prematuro, muerto. Nunca se recuperó de las lesiones y el parto, y murió diecisiete días más tarde, el 28 de enero. Su marido tomó su cuerpo y sus dos hijos muertos y, cuando finalmente regreso en Francia, la enterró en la Basílica de San Denis. Su tumba, al igual que muchas otras, fue profanada durante la Revolución Francesa en 1793. DESCENDENCIA A través de sus hijos Felipe y Carlos tiene muchos nietos y sus nietas se casaron con reyes, duques y emperadores. Su nieta Isabel se casó con Eduardo II de Inglaterra y fue la madre de Eduardo III de Inglaterra; otra nieta, Blanca, se casó con Carlos IV, emperador del Sacro Imperio y era la madre de Catalina de Bohemia. Otra nieta de Isabel se casó con Pedro I, duque de Borbón y fue la madre de Luis II, duque de Borbón y Juana, reina de Francia. Isabel tenía una nieta llamada Catalina II de Valois, la princesa de Acaya que se convirtió en emperatriz de América después de la muerte de su madre. Cuatro de sus nietos, se convirtieron en reyes de Francia: Luis X de Francia, Felipe V de Francia, Carlos IV de Francia y Felipe IV de Francia, los tres primeros eran hijos de Felipe e Isabel, Cuando su hijo mayor no produce herederos sobrevivientes, el trono pasó a Charles, el hijo de Felipe, quien comenzó la Cámara de los Valois. A través de su nieto Felipe IV de Francia, Isabel es un antepasado de los reyes franceses y de los líderes de muchos países a través de sus nietas, bisnietas, hasta el final de la monarquía francesa. Su bisnieta, grande fue Catalina de Valois, nieto de Catalina fue Enrique VII de Inglaterra, cuyo hijo fue Enrique VIII de Inglaterra y sus tres hijos fueron Eduardo VI, María I e Isabel I.

Antepasados ​​de Isabel de Aragón

                                
16. Ramón Berenguer IV, conde de Barcelona         
8. Alfonso II de Aragón               
17. Petronila de Aragón         
4. Pedro II de Aragón                     
18. Alfonso VII de León         
9. Sancha de Castilla               
19. Richeza de Polonia         
2. Jaime I de Aragón                           
20. Guillermo VII de Montpellier         
10. Guillermo VIII de Montpellier               
21. Matilde de Borgoña         
5. María de Montpellier                     
22. Isaac Comneno        
11. Eudokia Comnena               
23. Irene Synadene         
1. Isabel de Aragón                                 
24. Géza II de Hungría         
12. Béla III de Hungría               
25. Eufrosina de Kiev         
6. Andrés II de Hungría                     
26. Reinaldo de Châtillon         
13. Agnes de Antioquía               
27. Constanza de Antioquía         
3. Violante de Hungría                           
28. Pedro de Courtenay         
14. Pedro II de Courtenay               
29. Elizabeth de Courtenay         
7. Yolanda de Courtenay                     
30. Balduino V, conde de Hainaut         
15. Yolanda de Flandes               
31. Margarita I, condesa de Flandes         

LA REALEZA FRANCESA.

Fué precedida por Margarita de Provenza, reina consorte de Francia. y fué su sucesora: María de Brabante

La Francia medieval (987-1328)

Casa de Capeto Adelaida de Aquitania (987-996) • Rozala de Italia (996) • Bertha de Borgoña (996 a 1,000) • Constancia de Arles (1003-31) • Matilde de Frisia (1.034 a 1.044) • Ana de Kiev ( 1051-1060) • Bertha de Holanda (1071-1092) • Bertrade de Montfort (1092-1108) • Adelaida de Maurienne (1115-1137) • Leonor, duquesa de Aquitania (1137-1152) • Constancia de Castilla (1154-1160 ) • Adela de Champaña (1164-1180) • Isabel de Hainaut (1180-1190) • Ingeborg de Dinamarca (1193-1193) • Inés de Merania (1196-1200) • Ingeborg de Dinamarca (1200-1223) • Blanca de Castilla (1223 - 1226) • Margarita de Provenza (1234-1270) • Isabel de Aragón (1270-1271) • María de Brabante (1274-1285) • Juan I de Navarra (1285-1305) • Margarita de Borgoña (1314-1315 ) • Clementia de Hungría (1315-1316) • Joan II, la Condesa de Borgoña (1316-1322) • Blanca de Borgoña (1322) • María de Luxemburgo (desde 1322 hasta 1324) • Jeanne d'Evreux (1325-1.328)

La Francia medieval (1328-1498)

Casa de Valois Joan el Cojo (1328-1348) • Blanca de Navarra (1350) • Joan, condesa de Auvernia (1350-1360) • Juana de Borbón (1364 hasta 1378) • Isabel de Baviera (1.385-1,422) • María de Anjou (1422-1461) • Carlota de Saboya (1461-1483) • Ana de Bretaña (1491-1498)

Francia moderna temprana (1498-1515)

Casa de Valois-Orleans Juana de Valois (1498) • Ana, duquesa de Bretaña (1598-14) • María de Inglaterra

Francia moderna temprana (1515-1589)

Casa de Valois-Angulema Claude, duquesa de Bretaña (1515-1524) • Leonor de Habsburgo (1530-1547) • Catalina de Médicis (1547-1559) • María I de Escocia (1559-1560) • Elisabeth de Austria (1570 -1574) • Luisa de Lorena-Vaudémont (desde 1575 hasta 1589)

Francia moderna temprana (1589-1792)

Casa de Borbón de Margarita de Valois (1589-1599) • María de Medici (1600-1610) • Ana de Austria (1615-1643) • María Teresa de España (1660-1683) • Françoise d'Aubigné (1685-1715) • Maria Leszczynska (1725-1768) • María Antonieta de Austria (1774-1792) • Marie Josephine Luisa de Saboya (1795-1810)

Primer Imperio (1804-1814)

Casa de Bonaparte Josefina de Beauharnais (1804-1810) • María Luisa de Austria (1810-1814)

Restauración borbónica (1814, 1815 a 1.830)

Casa de Borbón de Marie-Thérèse-Charlotte de Francia (1830) (disputado)

Julio Monarquía (1830-1848)

Casa de Orleans María Amalia de las Dos Sicilias (1830-1848)

Segundo Imperio (1852-1870)

Casa de Bonaparte Eugenia de Montijo (1853-1870)

-------------------- Isabel de Aragón was born in 1243.2 She married Philippe III, Roi de France, son of Louis IX, Roi de France and Marguerite de Provence, on 28 May 1262 at Clement-en-Auvergne.1 She died on 28 January 1271 at Cosenza, Calabria, Italy, from a fall from a horse.1

    She was the daughter of Jaime I, Rey de Aragón and Yolante Arpád.2

Children of Isabel de Aragón and Philippe III, Roi de France

   Philippe IV, Roi de France+3 b. c 1268, d. 29 Nov 1314
   Charles I de France, Comte de Valois+ b. 12 Mar 1270, d. 16 Dec 1325

Citations

   [S45] Marcellus Donald R. von Redlich, Pedigrees of Some of the Emperor Charlemagne's Descendants, volume I (1941; reprint, Baltimore, Maryland, U.S.A.: Genealogical Publishing Company, 2002), page 64. Hereinafter cited as Pedigrees of Emperor Charlemagne, I.
   [S16] Jirí Louda and Michael MacLagan, Lines of Succession: Heraldry of the Royal Families of Europe, 2nd edition (London, U.K.: Little, Brown and Company, 1999), table 46. Hereinafter cited as Lines of Succession.
   [S16] Louda and MacLagan, Lines of Succession, table 64.

-------------------- http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Isabella_of_Aragon -------------------- Isabella of Aragon (1247 – 28 January 1271), infanta of Aragon, was, by marriage, Queen consort of France in the Middle Ages from 1270 to 1277 She was the daughter of King James I of Aragon and his second wife Violant of Hungary, daughter of Andrew II of Hungary. In Clermont on 28 May 1262, she married the future Philip III of France, son of king Louis IX and Marguerite of Provence

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Isabelle d'Aragon, reine consort de France's Timeline

1243
1243
1262
May 28, 1262
Age 19
Clermont-en-Auvergne, Puy-de-Dome, Franc

This couple had four sons.

1264
1264
Age 21
1268
April 8, 1268
Age 25
Fontainebleau, Seine-et-Marne, Île-de-France, France
1269
1269
Age 26
1270
March 12, 1270
Age 27
Vincennes, Île-de-France, France
1271
January 28, 1271
Age 28
January 28, 1271
Age 28
Cosenza, Cosenza, Calabria, Italy
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Princess of Aragon