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For naming conventions, see Medieval Kingdoms of Western Europe.

The House of Bourbon is a European royal house, a branch of the Capetian dynasty. The Kings of Bourbon first ruled Navarre and France in the 16th century. By the 18th century, members of the Bourbon dynasty also held thrones in Spain, Naples, Sicily, and Parma. Spain and Luxembourg currently have Bourbon monarchs.

L’ascension au trône de France d'Henri IV ou Henri de Bourbon en 1589 est généralement considéré comme étant le début de la période dite de l'Ancien Régime et demeura sous les règnes des Bourbon jusqu'à Louis XVI.

Cadet branches

  • House of Bourbon - La Marche branch (became Vendôme branch) (1356 - 1836)
    • House of Bourbon - Preaux branch (1385 - 1429)
    • House of Bourbon - La Carency branch (1393 - 1515)
    • House of Bourbon - Montpensier (1477 - 1608)
    • House of Bourbon - Prince of Condé - Condé branch (1557 - 1830)
      • House of Bourbon - Prince of Conti - Conti branch (1629 - 1814)
      • House of Bourbon - Soissons branch (1569 - 1641)
    • House of Bourbon - Anjou or Spanish branch (1700 - present)
      • House of Bourbon - Parma (1748 - present)
        • Grand Ducal Family of Luxembourg - Parma - Luxembourg, called House of Nassau - Weilburg (1919 - present)
      • House of Bourbon-Two Sicilies (1751 - present)
      • House of Bourbon-Braganza (1752 - 1979), also called Borbon y Braganza or Branch of the Infant Gabriel
      • House of Bourbon - Molina or Carlist branch (1819 - 1936)
      • House of Bourbon - de Paula branch (1819 - present) (became Anjou branch in 1933)
        • House of Bourbon - Barcelona branch (1933 - )
    • House of Bourbon - Artois branch (1775 - 1883)
    • House of Orléans - House of Bourbon - Orléans (1661 - )
      • Orléans - Nemours, then (1891) House of Orléans - Braganza (1814 - present)
        • Orléans-Alençon (1844 - 1970)
      • Orléans-Aumale (1822 - 1872)
      • Orléans-Montpensier, then Orléans - Galliera (1824 - present)
  • House of Bourbon - Montpensier branch (1443 - 1527)

For naming conventions, see Medieval Kingdoms of Western Europe.

The House of Bourbon is a European royal house, a branch of the Capetian dynasty. The Kings of Bourbon first ruled Navarre and France in the 16th century. By the 18th century, members of the Bourbon dynasty also held thrones in Spain, Naples, Sicily, and Parma. Spain and Luxembourg currently have Bourbon monarchs.

L’ascension au trône de France d'Henri IV ou Henri de Bourbon en 1589 est généralement considéré comme étant le début de la période dite de l'Ancien Régime et demeura sous les règnes des Bourbon jusqu'à Louis XVI.

Cadet branches

  • House of Bourbon - La Marche branch (became Vendôme branch) (1356 - 1836)
    • House of Bourbon - Preaux branch (1385 - 1429)
    • House of Bourbon - La Carency branch (1393 - 1515)
    • House of Bourbon - Montpensier (1477 - 1608)
    • House of Bourbon - Prince of Condé - Condé branch (1557 - 1830)
      • House of Bourbon - Prince of Conti - Conti branch (1629 - 1814)
      • House of Bourbon - Soissons branch (1569 - 1641)
    • House of Bourbon - Anjou or Spanish branch (1700 - present)
      • House of Bourbon - Parma (1748 - present)
        • Grand Ducal Family of Luxembourg - Parma - Luxembourg, called House of Nassau - Weilburg (1919 - present)
      • House of Bourbon-Two Sicilies (1751 - present)
      • House of Bourbon-Braganza (1752 - 1979), also called Borbon y Braganza or Branch of the Infant Gabriel
      • House of Bourbon - Molina or Carlist branch (1819 - 1936)
      • House of Bourbon - de Paula branch (1819 - present) (became Anjou branch in 1933)
        • House of Bourbon - Barcelona branch (1933 - )
    • House of Bourbon - Artois branch (1775 - 1883)
    • House of Orléans - House of Bourbon - Orléans (1661 - )
      • Orléans - Nemours, then (1891) House of Orléans - Braganza (1814 - present)
        • Orléans-Alençon (1844 - 1970)
      • Orléans-Aumale (1822 - 1872)
      • Orléans-Montpensier, then Orléans - Galliera (1824 - present)
  • House of Bourbon - Montpensier branch (1443 - 1527)