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  • Pedro I el Cruel, rey de Castilla y León (1334 - 1369)
    I de Castilla (Burgos, Castilla, 30 de agosto de 1334 – Montiel, Castilla, 23 de marzo de 1369), llamado el Cruel por sus detractores y el Justiciero por sus partidarios, fue rey de Castilla desde el 2...
  • María de Portugal, reina consorte de Castilla y León (1313 - 1357)
    María de Portugal (¿?, 1313 - Évora, 18 de enero de 1357). Infanta de Portugal y reina de Castilla y de León. Hija de Alfonso IV el Bravo y Beatriz de Castilla. Esposa de Alfonso XI el Justiciero (1...
  • Pere de Portugal, comte d'Urgell (1187 - 1258)
    I (Portuguese: Pedro, pronounced: [%CB%88ped%C9%BEu]%29 (February 23, 1187 - June 2, 1258) was the second son of King Sancho I of Portugal and his wife Dulce, infanta of Aragon, and would eventually be...
  • Sancho, Infante de Castilla (1181 - 1181)
    Sancho of Castile (born & died 1181)
  • Constance de Bourgogne, Queen consort of Castile and Leon (1046 - 1093)
    Constanza de Borgoña De Wikipedia, la enciclopedia libre de Borgoña (¿?, 1046 – ¿?, 1093). Noble francesa, fue reina de Castilla y León, segunda esposa de Alfonso VI. Era hija del duque Roberto I y de ...

For naming conventions, see Medieval Kingdoms of Western Europe.

The House of Burgundy is a cadet branch of the Capetian dynasty. It was founded in 1032 when Robert II of France, received the Duchy of Burgundy as a peace settlement, having disputed the succession to the throne of France with his brother Henry I of France.

Branches cadettes

Ducs de Bourgogne

  • Robert I le Vieux, Duc de Bourgogne (1032 - 1076)
  • Hugues Ier (1076 - 1093)
  • Eudes Ier Borel le Roux (1079 - 1103)
  • Hugues II (1103 - 1143)
  • Eudes II (1143 - 1162)
  • Hugues III (1162 - 1192)
  • Eudes III (1192 - 1218)
  • Hugues IV (1218 - 1271)
  • Robert II (1271 - 1306)
  • Hugues V (1306 - 1315)
  • Eudes IV (1315 - 1350)
  • Philippe Ier de Rouvres (1350 - 1361)