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  • Charles III "the Good" duke of Savoy (1486 - 1553)
    - Charles III of Savoy (10 October 1486 – 17 August 1553), often called Charles the Good , was Duke of Savoy from 1504 to 1553, although most of his lands were ruled by the French between 1536 and hi...
  • Amédée VIII, duc de Savoie, prince de Piémont (1383 - 1451)
    and in French: Amadeus VIII (4 September 1383, Chambéry – 7 January 1451) was the son of Amadeus VII, Count of Savoy and Bonne of Berry. He was surnamed the Peaceful and was the Count of Savoy from...
  • Amadeus VII of Savoy, the Red Count (1360 - 1391)
    Amadeus VII, Count of Savoy From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Amadeus VII (1360 – November 1, 1391), surnamed the Red Count, was Count of Savoy from 1383 to 1391. He married Bonne of Berr...
  • Amedee I "la Queue" Comte de Maurienne et de Chablais (c.995 - 1051)
    AMEDEE ([995/1000] or after-after 18 Dec 1051). Lanter Bishop of Langres granted property "in comitatu Genevensi et pago Albonensi in villa…Casei", except for that part held by "Ermengardis regina"...

Condes de Savoie

Duques de Savoie

Reyes de Sicilia

  • 1713-1720 (como rey de Sicilia) Víctor Amadeo II

Reyes de Piamonte y Cerdena

  • 1720-1730 (como rey de Cerdeña) Víctor Amadeo II
  • 1730-1773 Carlos Manuel III
  • 1773-1796 Víctor Amadeo III
  • 1796-1802 Carlos Manuel IV
  • 1802-1821 Víctor Manuel I
  • 1821-1831 Carlos Félix
  • 1831-1849 Carlos Alberto
  • 1849-1861 (como rey de Cerdeña) Víctor Manuel II

Reyes de Italia

  • 1861-1878 (como rey de Italia) Víctor Manuel II
  • 1878-1900 Humberto I
  • 1900-1946 Víctor Manuel III
  • 1946 (9 de mayo-12 de junio) Humberto II. Último rey de Italia, sólo reinó durante 33 días. Rey en el exilio: 1946-1983

Príncipe de Napoles

  • 1937-1946 Víctor Manuel de Saboya y Sajonia Coburgo, Víctor Manuel IV, Rey pretendiente: 1983–presente.

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