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Robert Capet, II

Also Known As: "Robert of Clermont", "de France"
Birthdate:
Birthplace: Paris, Isle de France, France
Death: February 07, 1317 (60-61)
Paris, Isle de France, France
Place of Burial: Paris, Isle De France, France
Immediate Family:

Son of Louis IX the Saint, King of France and Marguerite de Provence, reine consort de France
Husband of Béatrice de Bourgogne, dame de Bourbon
Fiancé of Marie, vicomtesse de Limoges
Father of Louis I le Boiteux, duc de Bourbon; Blanche de Clermont; Marie de Clermont; Marguerite de Clermont; Pierre de Clermont, archidiacre de Notre Dame de Paris and 1 other
Brother of Blanche Capet, de France; Isabel de Francia, reina consorte de Navarra; Louis Capet de France; Philip III, "the Bold" king of France; Jean Capet de France, (mort jeune) and 5 others

Occupation: Conde de Clermont, Cts Jeanne de Blois de Chartres et de Dunois (she sold Blois to the crown 1286), Aristocracy, Grand Chambrier de France
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About Robert Capet, II

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ Robert,_Count_of_ClermontRobert of Clermont (1256 – 7 February 1317) was created Count of Clermont in 1268. He was the son of King Louis IX of France and Margaret of Provence.[1] In 1272, Robert married Beatrice of Burgundy, heiress of Bourbon[2] and had the following issue: Louis I, le Boiteux (1279–1342), first Duke of Bourbon. Blanche of Clermont (1281–1304); married in 1303 in Paris Robert VII, Count of Auvergne and Boulogne, grandmother of Joan I, Countess of Auvergne. John of Clermont (1283–1316), Baron of Charolais; married c. 1309 Jeanne d'Argues, widow of Hugh, Count of Soissons, and had issue. Mary of Clermont (1285–1372, Paris), Prioress of Poissy Peter of Clermont (1287 – aft. 1330), Archdeacon of Paris Margaret of Clermont (1289–1309, Paris); married firstly, in 1305, Raymond Berengar of Andria, and secondly, in 1308, John I, Marquis of Namur. During his first joust, in 1279, Robert suffered head injuries which rendered him an invalid for the remainder of his life.[3] Robert is considered the founder of the House of Bourbon, a family which, with the passing of centuries came to govern as Kings of Navarre (1572-1830), Kings of France (1589–1848), Kings of the Two Sicilies (1735–1860), Dukes of Parma (1748–1796 and 1847–1859), grand dukes of Luxembourg (1964–present) and Kings of Spain (1700–present).

Robert is mentioned in the prologue of the Coutumes de Beauvaisis by Philippe de Beaumanoir.[4] He was buried in the now-demolished church of the Couvent des Jacobins in Paris. Robert is a supporting character in Les Rois maudits (The Accursed Kings), a series of French historical novels by Maurice Druon. He was portrayed by Alexandre Rignault in the 1972 French miniseries adaptation of the series, and by Ioan Siminie in the 2005 adaptation.

.......................................................................................................................................... The family of Robert de FRANCE and Béatrice de BOURGOGNE

[129137] FRANCE (de), Robert (..), comte de Clermont-en-Beauvaisis, born Clermont-en-Beauvaisis (Oise : 600157), France

  • married 1272 Clermont-en-Beauvaisis (Oise : 600157), France

BOURGOGNE (de), Béatrice (..)

1) Louis Ier, comte de Clermont, married about 1290 Marie de HAYNAUT

Bibliographie : Histoire de la maison royale de France (Père Anselme)

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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Robert,_Count_of_Clermont

Robert of France (1256 – 7 February 1317) was made Count of Clermont in 1268. He was son of King Louis IX of France and Margaret of Provence.[1] In 1272, Robert married Beatrice of Burgundy, heiress of Bourbon[2] and had the following issue:

   * Louis I, le Boiteux (1279–1342), first Duke of Bourbon
   * Blanche (1281–1304), married in 1303 in Paris Robert VII, Count of Auvergne and Boulogne, grandmother of Joan I, Countess of Auvergne
   * John (1283–1316), Baron of Charolais, married c. 1309 Jeanne d'Argies and had issue
   * Mary (1285–1372, Paris), Prioress of Poissy
   * Peter (1287 – aft. 1330), Archdeacon of Paris
   * Margaret (1289–1309, Paris), married firstly in 1305 Raymond Berengar of Andria and secondly in 1308 John I, Marquis of Namur

During his first joust, in 1279, Robert suffered head injuries which rendered him an invalid for the remainder of his life.[3]

Robert is considered the founder of the House of Bourbon, a family which, with the passing of centuries came to govern as Kings of France (1589–1848), Kings of the Two Sicilies (1735–1860), dukes of Parma (1748–1796 and 1847–1859), grand dukes of Luxembourg (1964–present) and Kings of Spain (1700–present).

Robert is mentioned in the prologue of the Coutumes de Beauvaisis by Philippe de Beaumanoir[4].

See also

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   * Bourbon family tree
   * French monarchs family tree

[edit] References

  1. ^ Medieval France: An Encyclopedia, Ed. William W. Kibler, (Routledge, 1995), 138.
  2. ^ Medieval France: An Encyclopedia, 138.
  3. ^ Keen, Maurice (1984). "The Rise of the Tournament". Chivalry. Yale University Press. pp. 87. ISBN 0-300-03360-5. 
  4. ^ de Beaumanoir, Philippe (1899-1900). "Prologues". Coutumes de Beauvaisis. Alphonse Picard et Fils, Éditeurs. pp. 2.

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6ème et dernier fils du roi Louis IX. En 1272 Robert se maria avec Béatrice, fille unique et héritière de Jean de Bourgogne, second fils du duc de Bourgogne et sire de Bourbon par son mariage avec Agnès de Dampierre, héritière de la deuxième maison de Bourbon, comme sa fille Béatrice. Robert fut reconnu sire de Bourbon en 1283. Robert créa ainsi la troisième maison de Bourbon, la plus célèbre puisqu'elle accéda aux trônes de France, puis d'Espagne, de Naples et de Sicile, de Parme, de Luxembourg et, par la branche d'Orléans, au trône de Brésil. Il est donc l'ancêtre d'Henri IV (né Henri de Bourbon) et des rois de France de la branche des Bourbons.