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  • Louis II the Stammerer, king of the West Franks (846 - 879)
    Dutch: Louis "De Stotteraar", English Louis "The Stammerer" LOUIS, son of CHARLES II "le Chauve" King of the West Franks & his first wife Ermentrudis [d'Orl%C3%A9ans] (1 Nov 846-Compiègne 11 Apr 879,...
  • Robert I, King of France (866 - 923)
    Ben M. Angel notes: Robert I was never a Capet (this was a family name created by Hugh Capet, based on a place name). The name of his family or dynasty was "Robertian" (from Robert Le Fort, his fat...
  • Francis I of France (1494 - 1547)
    Francis I (French: François Premier and François d'Angoulême) (12 September 1494 – 31 March 1547), was crowned King of France in 1515 in the cathedral at Reims and reigned until 1547. Francis I is co...
  • Charles X King of France & Co-Prince of Andorra & Count of Artois (1757 - 1836)
    CHARLES X d'BOURBON KING OF FRANCE & CO-PRINCE OF ANDORRA & COUNT of ARTOIS [Charles, like all rulers of Foix and France since 1278 to the present, was joint ruler of the mountain nation of Andorra as ...
  • Louis Antoine d'Artois, duc d'Angoulême (1775 - 1844)
    Louis Antoine, Duke of Angoulême From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (Redirected from Louis-Antoine, Duke of Angoulême) Jump to: navigation, search For other uses of "Louis, Dauphin", see L...

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Carolingiens et leurs épouses (Wikipedia...)

  1. 751 – 768: Pépin le Bref
  2. 768 – 771: Carloman I
  3. 768 – 814: Charlemagne
  4. 814 – 840: Louis I
  5. 840 – 877: Charles II
  6. 877 – 879: Louis II
  7. 879 – 882: Louis III
  8. 879 – 884: Carloman II
  9. 884 – 887: Charles le Gros
  10. 888 – 898: Eudes
  11. 893 – 922: Charles III
  12. 922 – 923: Robert I
  13. 923 – 936: Raoul
  14. 936 – 954: Louis IV
  15. 954 – 986: Lothaire
  16. 986 – 987: Louis V le Fainéant (v. 967 – 987) + Adélaïde d'Anjou (v. 947 – 1026)

Capétiens et leurs épouses (Wikipedia... )

  1. 987 – 996: Hugues Capet (v. 940 – 996) + Adélaïde de Poitou d'Aquitaine (v. 945/952 – 1004)
  2. 996 – 1031: Robert II le Pieux (972 – 1031) + Rozala d'Italie (v. 955 – 1003) + Berthe de Bourgogne (v. 964 – 1010) + Constance d'Arles (v. 986 – 1032)
  3. 1031 – 1060: Henri I (1008 – 1060) + Mathilde de Frise (v. 1024 – 1044) + Anne de Kiev (v. 1024 – 1075)
  4. 1060 – 1108: Philippe I l'Amoureux (1052 – 1108) + Bertha van Holland (v. 1058 – 1094) + Bertrade de Montfort (v. 1070 – v. 1116)
  5. 1108 – 1137: Louis VI le Gros (1081 – 1137) + Lucienne de Rochefort (1088 – 1137) + Adèle de Savoie (v. 1100 – 1154)
  6. 1137 – 1180: Louis VII le Jeune (1120 – 1180) + Aliénor d'Aquitaine (1122 – 1204) + Constance de Castille (v. 1136 – 1160) + Adèle de Champagne (v. 1140 – 1206)
  7. 1180 – 1223: Philippe II Auguste (1165 – 1223) + Isabelle de Hainaut (1170 – 1190) + Ingeburge de Danemark (1174 – 1236) + Agnès de Méranie d'Andechs (v. 1180 – 1201)
  8. 1223 – 1226: Louis VIII le Lion (1187 – 1226) + Blanche de Castille (1188 – 1252)
  9. 1226 – 1270: Louis IX le Saint (1214 – 1270) + Marguerite de Provence (1221 – 1295)
  10. 1270 – 1285: Philippe III le Hardi (1245 – 1285) + Isabelle d'Aragon (1247 – 1271) + Marie de Brabant (v. 1260 – 1322)
  11. 1285 – 1314: Philippe IV le Bel (1268 – 1314) + Jeanne I de Navarre (1271 – 1305)
  12. 1314 – 1316: Louis X le Hutin (1289 – 1316) + Marguerite de Bourgogne (1290 – 1315) + Clémence de Hongrie (1293 – 1328)
  13. 1316 – 1316: Jean I le Posthume (1316 – 1316)
  14. 1316 – 1322: Philippe V le Long (1293 – 1322) + Jeanne II de Bourgogne (v. 1291 – 1330)
  15. 1322 – 1328: Charles IV le Bel (1294 – 1328) + Blanche de Bourgogne (1296 – 1326) + Marie de Luxembourg (1305 – 1324) + Jeanne d'Évreux (v. 1310 – 1371)

Valois et leurs épouses (Wikipedia...)

  1. 1328 – 1350: Philippe VI le Fortuné (1293 – 1350) + Jeanne de Bourgogne (v. 1293 – 1349) + Blanche de Navarre (v. 1333 – 1398)
  2. 1350 – 1364: Jean II le Bon (1319 – 1364) + Bonne de Luxembourg (1315 – 1349) + Jeanne d'Auvergne (1326 – 1360)
  3. 1364 – 1380: Charles V le Sage (1338 – 1380) + Jeanne de Bourbon (1338 – 1378)
  4. 1380 – 1422: Charles VI le Bien-aimé ou le Fol (1368 – 1422) + Elisabeth Wittelsbach Visconti d'Ingolstad (1370 – 1435)
  5. 1422 – 1461: Charles VII le Victorieux ou le Bien-servi (1403 – 1461) + Marie d'Anjou (1404 – 1463)
  6. 1461 – 1483: Louis XI le Prudent (1423 – 1483) + Margaret Stewart (1424 – 1445) + Charlotta di Savoia (1445 – 1483)
  7. 1483 – 1498: Charles VIII l'Affable (1470 – 1498) + Anne de Bretagne (1477 – 1514)
  8. 1498 – 1515: Louis XII le Père du peuple (1462 – 1515) + Jeanne de Valois (1464 – 1505) + Anne de Bretagne (1477 – 1514) + Mary Rose Tudor (1496 – 1533)
  9. 1515 – 1547: François I le Père et restaurateur des lettres, le Chevalier, le Guerrier ou le Colas (1494 – 1547) + Claude de Valois-Orléans (1499 – 1524) + Leonor Habsbourg (1498 – 1558)
  10. 1547 – 1559: Henri II
  11. 1559 – 1560: François II
  12. 1560 – 1574: Charles IX
  13. 1574 – 1589: Henri III

Bourbon et leurs épouses (Wikipedia...)

  1. 1589 – 1610: Henri IV
  2. 1610 – 1643: Louis XIII
  3. 1643 – 1715: Louis XIV
  4. 1715 – 1774: Louis XV
  5. 1774 – 1792: Louis XVI

Bonaparte (Premier Empire) (Wikipedia...)

  1. 1804 – 1814 (and 1815): Napoléon I

Bourbon (Restauration) (Wikipedia...)

  1. 1814 – 1815 & 1815 – 1824: Louis XVIII
  2. 1824 – 1830: Charles X

Orléans (Monarchie de Juillet) (Wikipedia...)

  1. 1830 – 1848: Louis-Philippe I

Bonaparte (Second Empire) (Wikipedia...)

  1. 1852 – 1870: Napoléon III

References

  • Romanticism and Revolt: Europe 1815-1848 by J. L. Talmon. History of European Civilization Library, General Editor: Geoffrey Barraclough. Harcourt, Brace and World, Inc., c. 1967. Reprinted 1970.