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List of consorts of Montpellier

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Lady of Montpellier

House of William, 986–1213

Picture Name Father Birth Marriage Became Consort Ceased to be Consort Death Spouse
Engelrada granddaughter of Bernard I, Count of Melgueil - - 975
husband's accession
husband's death
- Guy
Beliarde - - - 1019/25
husband's accession
husband's death
- William II Bernard
Ermengarda of Melgueil probably Raymond I, Count of Melgueil - before 1073 1058/68
husband's accession
husband's death
1109 Bernard William IV
Ermensenda de Melgueil Peter, Count of Melgueil - after 1080 1077/85/90
husband's accession
husband's death
after 5 June 1156 William V
Sibylla probably Boniface del Vasto
- August 1129 1021/22
husband's accession
before 11 December 1146 William VI
Blason Ducs Bourgogne (ancien).svg
Matilda of Burgundy Hugh II, Duke of Burgundy
1135 25 February 1157 1146/62
husband's accession
husband's death
before 29 September 1173 William VII
Eudokia Komnēnē Isaac Komnenos
1150/52 1179/80 April 1187
November 1202/June 1204 William VIII
Agnes an Aragonese - April/May 1187, bigamously 1194
marriage declared void by the Pope
after 4 November 1202

House of Aragon, 1213–1349

Picture Name Father Birth Marriage Became Consort Ceased to be Consort Death Spouse
Castile Arms.svg
Eleanor of Castile
Alfonso VIII of Castile
1202 6 February 1221 April 1229
marriage annulled
1244 James I
Alex K Kingdom of Hungary.svg
Violant of Hungary
Andrew II of Hungary
1215/6 8 September 1235 12 October 1251
Teresa Gil de Vidaure
Juan de Vidaure - 1237? 1252? -
Blason ville fr Foix (Ariège).svg
Esclaramunda of Foix
Roger IV, Count of Foix
1250 1272 or 12 October 1275 27 July 1276
husband's accession
22 November 1299 James II
Coa Hungary Country History Charles I 2 (1310-1342).svg
Maria of Anjou
Charles II of Naples
1290 20 September 1304 or 1309 29 May 1311
husband's accession
4 September 1324
husband's death
end April 1346/January 1347 Sancho
Aragon arms.svg
Constance of Aragon
Alfonso IV of Aragon
1318 24 September 1336 1346 James III
Violante de Vilaragut
Berenguer de Vilaragut - 10 November 1347 13 April 1349
Montpellier passed to Philip VI of France and became a part of the Crown of France
before 1372
Part of the Crown of France (1349–1371)

House of Évreux, 1371–1378, 1381–1382

Picture Name Father Birth Marriage Became Consort Ceased to be Consort Death Spouse
Arms of the Kingdom of France (Ancien).svg
Joan of Valois
John II of France
24 June 1343 12 February 1352 1371-2
husband's accession
3 November 1373 Charles I
Return to the Crown of France (1378–1381).
Castile Arms.svg
Eleanor of Castile Henry II of Castile
after 1363 27 May 1375 1381
husband's accession
husband's desposition
27 February 1416 Charles II
Return to the Crown of France.



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