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Blanche d’Anjou-Sicile, Queen of Aragon

Lithuanian: Blanka Anžujietė, Aragono Karalienė
Birthdate:
Birthplace: Naples, Metropolitan City of Naples, Campania, Italy
Death: Died in Barcelona, Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain
Place of Burial: Monasterio de Santa Cruz, Barcelona, Barcelona, Spain
Immediate Family:

Daughter of Charles II "the Lame", King of Naples and Mary, Queen of Naples
Wife of Jaime II el Justo, rey de Aragón
Mother of Jaime, infante d'Aragón; Alfonso IV el Benigno, rey de Aragón; Isabel de Aragón; María de Aragón, señora consorte de los Cameros; Constanza d'Aragón, princesa consorte de Villena and 5 others
Sister of Charles I Martel d'Anjou; Marguerite d'Anjou, comtesse d'Anjou et du Maine; Louis d'Anjou, Évêque de Toulouse; Robert I le Sage, re di Napoli; Philippe I d'Anjou, Prince de Tarente and 9 others

Occupation: Princesa de Nápoles ; Reina Consorte de Aragón, Princesse de Sicile
Managed by: Noah Gregory Tutak
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About Blanca de Nápoles, reina consorte de Aragón

Blanca de Anjou-Sicilia (1280; Nápoles, Italia - 1310; Barcelona, España), Princesa de Nápoles y Reina Consorte de Aragón.

Hija del rey Carlos II de Nápoles y de su esposa María de Hungría. En el tratado de Anagni de 1295 se concertó su matrimonio con el rey Jaime II, matrimonio que se celebró el 29 de octubre de 1295 en el Monasterio de Santa María de Vilabertrán. Fue una mujer de gran religiosidad que acompañó a su esposo en numerosas ocasiones; llegó a acompañarle en algunas expediciones militares.

Blanca de Nápoles tuvo su propia cancillería. Falleció en Barcelona y está enterrada en el monasterio de Santes Creus.

Descendencia  Blanca y el rey Jaime tuvieron un total de diez hijos.

Infante Jaime de Aragón (1296-1334), que renunció a sus derechos reales y a casarse con Leonor de Castilla.

Infante Alfonso IV de Aragón (1299-1336), conde de Barcelona y rey de Aragón

Infanta Maria de Aragón y de Anjou (1299-1311), casada con Pedro de Castilla, hijo de Sancho IV de Castilla

Infanta Constanza de Aragón (1300-1327), casada con Don Juan Manuel.

Infanta Isabel de Aragón y de Anjou (1302-1330), que casó en 1315 con Federico I de Austria.

Infante Juan de Aragón (1304-1334), arzobispo de Toledo, de Tarragona y patriarca de Alejandría.

Infante Pedro de Aragón (1305-1381), conde de Ribagorza de Ampurias y de Prades.

Infanta Blanca de Aragón, (1307-1348), religiosa.

Infante Ramón Berenguer, (1308-1364),Conde de Prades y Señor de la Villa de Elche]].

Infanta Violante de Aragón (1310-1353), casada con Felipe, déspota de Rumania e hijo de Felipe I de Tarento.

Obtenido de "http://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blanca_de_N%C3%A1poles"


Blanche of Anjou

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Blanche of Anjou (1280 – October 14, 1310 in Barcelona) was the second Queen consort of James II of Aragon.

Family

She was the second daughter of Charles II of Naples and Maria Arpad of Hungary.

Her paternal grandparents were Charles I of Sicily and Beatrice of Provence. Her maternal grandparents were Stephen V of Hungary (d. 1272) and his wife, queen Elisabeth, who was daughter of Zayhan of Kuni, a chief of the Cuman tribe and had been a pagan before her marriage.

She was buried at Santa Croce.

[edit]Marriage

On 29 October or 1 November 1295 at Villabertran, Blanche married James II of Aragon. They had ten children:

James (Jaume) (b. 29 September 1296 - d. Tarragona, July 1334). James renounced his right to the throne in 1319 to become a monk. He refused to consummate his marriage to Leonor of Castille, who later become the second wife of his brother Alfonso.

Alfonso IV of Aragon (1299 – 24 January 1336). He became the King of Aragon in 1327 and ruled until his death. He married twice: first to Teresa d'Entença and then to Eleanor of Castile after his first wife died.

Maria (b. 1299 - d. as a nun in Sijena, 1316). She married Pedro of Castile, son of Sancho IV of Castile.

Constance (Constança) (b. Valencia, 1 April 1300 - d. Castillo de Garcia Munoz, 19 September 1327). Constance married Juan Manuel, Duke of Penafiel, nephew of Alfonso X of Castile.

John (Juan) (b. 1304 - d. Pobo, Zaragoza, 19 August 1334). John became the first Archbishop of Toledo and Tarragona in 1318, and Patriarch of Alexandria in 1328.

Isabel of Aragon (b. 1305 - d. Styria, 12 July 1330). Elizabeth married Frederick I of Austria.

Peter (Pere) (b. 1305 - d. Pisa, 4 November 1381), Count of Ribagorça and Prades. Peter married Jeanne, daughter of Gaston I of Foix.

Blanca (b. 1307 - d. Barcelona, 1348), Prioress of Sixena.

Ramon Berenguer (b. August 1308 - d. a priest at Barcelona, 1366), Count of Empúries and Baron of Ejerica.. Ramon married firstly with Blanca, daughter of Philip I of Taranto, and secondly with Maria, daughter of Jaime of Aragon.

Violante (b. Barcelona, October 1310 - d. Pedrola, 19 July 1353). She first married Philip, Despot of Romania, son of Philip I of Taranto. Her second marriage was with Lope de Luna, Lord of Segorbe.


Blanche of Anjou (1280 – 14 October 1310) was Queen of Aragon as the second wife of King James II. She was a member of the Capetian House of Anjou, she is also known as Blanche of Naples

Life

Blanche was the eleventh child of Charles II of Naples and Maria of Hungary. Among her siblings were Robert I of Naples, Philip I of Taranto, titular Emperor of Constantinople, Charles Martel, titular King of Hungary, Eleanor, Queen of Sicily, and Maria, Queen of Majorca. She was originally betrothed in 1290 to John I, Marquess of Montferrat.[1] Her father was helping him defend Montferrat, hoping to make John his vassal. However, the engagement was broken off and John died childless in 1305.

The new Pope Boniface VIII, elected in 1294 at Naples under the auspices of King Charles, mediated between the latter and James II of Aragon, and the Treaty of Anagni was signed: James was to marry Blanche and was promised the investiture by the pope of Sardinia and Corsica, while he was to leave the Angevin a free hand in Sicily and even to assist him if the Sicilians resisted.

On 29 October or 1 November 1295 at Vilabertran, Blanche and James were married. They had ten children:

   James (b. 29 September 1296 – d. Tarragona, July 1334). James renounced his right to the throne in 1319 to become a monk. He refused to consummate his marriage to Eleanor of Castile, who later become the second wife of his brother Alfonso.
   Alfonso IV of Aragon (1299 – 24 January 1336). He became the King of Aragon in 1327 and ruled until his death. He married twice: first to Teresa d'Entença and then to Eleanor of Castile after his first wife died.
   Maria (b. 1299 – d. as a nun in Sijena, 1316). She married Infante Peter of Castile, son of Sancho IV of Castile.
   Constance (b. Valencia, 1 April 1300 – d. Castillo de Garcia Munoz, 19 September 1327). Constance married Juan Manuel, Prince of Villena, nephew of Alfonso X of Castile.
   Isabella (b. 1302 – d. Styria, 12 July 1330), she married Frederick I of Austria.
   John (b. 1304 – d. Pobo, Zaragoza, 19 August 1334). John became the first Archbishop of Toledo and Tarragona in 1318, and Patriarch of Alexandria in 1328.
   Peter (b. 1305 – d. Pisa, 4 November 1381), Count of Ribagorça and Prades. Peter married Jeanne, daughter of Gaston I of Foix. Peter was the father of Eleanor, Queen of Cyprus.
   Blanche (b. 1307 – d. Barcelona, 1348), Prioress of Sixena.
   Ramon Berenguer (b. August 1308 – d. a priest at Barcelona, 1366), Count of Empúries and Baron of Ejerica.. Ramon married firstly Blanca, daughter of Philip I of Taranto, and secondly Maria, daughter of Jaime of Aragon.
   Violante (b. Barcelona, October 1310 – d. Pedrola, 19 July 1353). She first married Philip, Despot of Romania, son of Philip I of Taranto. Her second marriage was to Lope de Luna, Lord of Segorbe.

Blanche died on the 14 October 1310, her death was probably linked to the birth of her daughter Violante, who was born in October 1310. Blanche was buried at Santes Creus. She was survived by her husband, children and mother.

Ancestry

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Blanca de Nápoles, reina consorte de Aragón's Timeline

1280
1280
Naples, Metropolitan City of Naples, Campania, Italy
1296
1296
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1299
1299
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Naples, Campania, Italy
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January 1, 1300
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Aragon, Spain
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Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain
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1307
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