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House of Barcelona

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The House of Barcelona was a medieval dynasty that ruled the County of Barcelona continuously from 878 and the Crown of Aragon from 1137 (as kings from 1162) until 1410. They descend from the Bellonids, the descendants of Wifred the Hairy. They inherited most of the Catalan counties by the thirteenth century and established a territorial Principality of Catalonia, uniting it with the Kingdom of Aragon through marriage and conquering numerous other lands and kingdoms until the death of the last legitimate male of the main branch, Martin the Humanist, in 1410. Cadet branches of the house continued to rule Urgell (since 992) and Gandia. Cadet branches of the dynasty had also ruled Ausona intermittently from 878 until 1111, Provence from 1112 to 1245, and Sicily from 1282 to 1409. By the Compromise of Caspe of 1412 the Crown of Aragon passed to a branch of the House of Trastámara, descended from the infanta Eleanor of the house of Barcelona.

Titles of the House of Barcelona and date of acquisition

This list does not include titles held by the early Bellonids that did not remain with the family during the tenth century.

Family tree of the House of Barcelona

Sunifred I
count of Barcelona, Cerdanya, Besalú, Urgell, Conflent
HOUSE OF BARCELONA
Ermesende
(daughter of Bello
count of Carcassonne)
HOUSE OF BELLO
Wilfred I
count of Barcelona
Radulf
count of Besalú
Miro I
count of Roussillon, Conflent
Wifred II Borrel I
count of Barcelona
Sunyer
count of Barcelona
Sunifred II
count of Urgell
Miró II
count of Cerdanya, Besalú
BRANCH OF CERDANYA
Borrell II
count of Barcelona
Miro
count of Barcelona
Sunifred 2
count of Cerdanya
Wifred II
count of Besalú
Miro III
count of Cerdania, Besalú
Oliba Cabreta
count of Cerdanya, Besalú
Ramon Borrell
count of Barcelona
Ermengol I
count of Urgell
BRANCH OF URGELL
Bernard I
count of Besalú
Wifred II
count of Cerdania
Oliba
abbot, bishop of Bic
Berenguer Ramon I
count of Barcelona
Ermengol II
count of Urgell
Bernard I
count of Berga
Berengar
count of Berga
Ramon Berenguer I
count of Barcelona
Ermengol III
count of Urgell
Peter Raymundi
heir apparent
Ramon Berenguer II
count of Barcelona
Berenguer Ramond II
count of Barcelona
Gerberga
countess of Provence
HOUSE OF BOSO
Ermengol IV
count of Urgell
Ramon Berenguer III
count of Barcelona,
I of Provence
Doulce I
countess of Provence
Ermengol V
count of Urgell
William III
count of Forcalquier
BRANCH OF FORCALQUIER
Ramon Berenguer IV
count of Barcelona
Petronilla
queen of Aragon
HOUSE OF JIMENEZ
Berenger Raymond
count of Provence
Ermengol VI
count of Urgell
Bertrand I
count of Forcalquier
Peter
heir apparent
Alfonso II
king of Aragon,
I count of Provence
Ramon Berenguer III
count of Provence
Sancho
count of Provence
Ramon Berenguer II
count of Provence
Ermengol VII
count of Urgell
Bertrand II
count of Forcalquier
William IV
count of Forcalquier
Eudokia KomneneNuño Sánchez
count of Russillon, Cerdagne
Douce II
countess of Provence
Ermengol VIII
count of Urgell
Garcenda
heiress
Maria of MontpellierPeter II
king of Aragon
Alfonso II
count of Provence
Garcenda de Sabran
countess of Forcalquier
James I
king of Aragon
Ramon Berenguer IV
count of Provence, Forcalquier
Peter III
king of Aragon
Constance of Hohenstaufen
queen of Sicily
Beatrice countess
of Provence, Forcalquier
Charles I
king of Sicily
James II
king of Majorca
BRANCH OF MAJORCA
Alfonso III
king of Aragon
James II
king of Aragon,
king of Sicily
Frederick II
king of Sicily
BRANCH OF SICILY
James
heir apparent,
monk
Sancho
king of Majorca
Ferdinand
prince
Philip
regent of Majorca
James
heir apparent,
monk
Alfonso IV
king of Aragon
John
patriarch of Alexandria
Peter II
king of Sicily
(illeg.) Orlando
governor of Palermo
(illeg.) Alfonso Fadrique
vicar of Athens
Manfred
duke of Athens
William II
duke of Athens
John
duke of Athens
(illeg.) SanchoJames III
king of Majorca
Peter IV
king of Aragon
James I
count of Urgell
Louis
king of Sicily
Frederick III
king of Sicily
duke of Athens
Peter Fadrique
count of Salona
James Fadrique
count of Salona
Boniface Fadrique
lord of Aegina
John Fadrique
lord of Salamina
Frederick I
duke of Athens
Viguerra
chancellor of Sicily
John II Palaiologos
marquess of Montferrat
Isabella
queen of Majorca
James IV
king of Majorca
John I
king of Aragon
Eleanor
John I of Trastámara
king of Castile
Martin
king of Aragon
Peter II
count of Urgell
Margaret PalaiologinaLouis Fadrique
count of Salona
Elena KantakouzeneBartolomeo
count of Cammarata
Peter II
count of Urgell
Margaret Palaiologina
Henry III
king of Castile
Ferdinand I
king of Aragon
Martin I of Sicily
king of Sicily
Maria
queen of Sicily,
duchess of Athens
Frederick
count of Luna
James II
count of Urgell

See also

House of Barcelona
Preceded by
House of Jimenez
Royal arms of Aragon (Crowned).svg

Ruling House of
Aragon, Sardinia, Sicily

1164 - 1410
Succeeded by
House of Trastámara


This page was last edited on 24 June 2020, at 19:18
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