Carl I Neapolis Cyning

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Carl I
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Cynedom 6 Æfter Gēole 1266 – 7 Æfter Gēole 1285
Foregenga Manfrið
Æftergenga Petrus I(on Sicilie þære īege)
Carl II(on oðrum landum)
Bryd Beatrice of Profentse
Margaret Burgenda Hlāfdige
Bearn Hlōðwig Sicilie Æþeling
Blanche Sicilie Hlāfdige
Beatrice Constantinoplis Cāserin
Carl II Neapolis Cyning
Philippus Sicilie Æþeling
Hroðbeorht Sicilie Æþeling
Elisabeþ Ungara Cwēn
Margaret Sicilie Hlāfdige
Hus Angeow-Sicilia
Fæder Hlōðwig VIII Francena Cyning
Modor Blanche of Castile
Geboren Francland
Deaþ 7 Æfter Gēole 1285

Carl I Cyning (21 Hrēþmōnaþ 1227 to 7 Æfter Gēole 1285), se hātte ēac Carl of Angeowe, wæs Sicilie Cyning be gehiersumunge of 1266,[1] oððæt ðe he fōn þon riht on þære īege of þæm Pāpan in bēc in 1262. he wæs ahwearfen of þæm īeglande æfter þāra the Sicilisc Uespers of 1282. Þæreft bannede he his crafing þæs īeglandes and his titul þærto ac his rīce wæs restricted to the peninsular possessions of þæs rīces, mid his cynestōle in Neapolis (and for þis þing nemneþ man hine Neapolis Cyning æfter 1282, and swa swa his æftergengan).

Carl wæs se giengsta sunu of Hlōðwig VIII Francena Cyning and Blanche of Castile, and þȳ wæs he Hlōðwig IX Cyninges giengra brōðor and ēac brōðor of Alfonso II of Toulouse. He ahiersumode Sicilia þæt Cynerīce fram þæm Hohenstaufen Hūs and he begeat land ymbe Wendelsǣs ēasternum landum. Se Gewinn þāra Sicilianiscan Uespers forced him to abandon his plans to þe he gesomne þæt Læden Rīce.

He ǣwnode Beatrice of Profentse, sēo wæs ierfe of Raymond Berengar IV of Proventse and þærbe wæs he Eorl of Profentse and Forcalquier fram 1246. In 1247 dubbode Hlōðwig IX Cyning his brōðor hine þe Carl biþ Eorl of Angeowe and Eorl of Mans, under þæm Frencisan cynedōme. Be fyrdþræce and gebanne weard he Albanie Cyning in 1272 and be bycgan Ierusalem Cyning in 1277. Be Willelmes II of Villehardouin iefegewrite iefde Carl Cyning Achaea swa bregorīce in 1278.

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  1. Vieusseux, André,Italy and the Italians in the nineteenth century, (Pall-Mall East., 1824), 56