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Aquitaine and Guienne


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Chistian (First) names.

Charles -> Carolus;
Geoffrey -> Godfridus; Geoffroi; Gottfried;
John -> Johannes; Jean;
Louis -> Ludovicus;
William -> Guillelmus; Guillaume;






The Carolingian Kingdom of Aquitaine (781-866)

King of the Aquitanians;

@ Samples:

(May 808) [7: Year 1840-1841 (vol.2); p.78]
< Louis (+840), King of Aquitaine [781-814]; Emperor >
Hlodowich gratia dei rex Aquitanorum

(Dec 825) [14: tome 16; p.3; Doc.# II]
< Pepin I (+838), King of Aquitaine [814-838] >
Pipinus gratia Dei rex Aquitanorum

(Jan 827) [14: tome 16; p.5; Doc.# III]
Pipinus, gratia Dei rex Aquitanorum

(Dec 837) [8: p.17-18; Doc.# VI]
Pipinus ordinante divinae majestatis gratia Aquitanorum rex

(Mar 838) [8: p.14-15; Doc.# V]
Pipinus ordinante divinae majestatis gratia Aquitanorum rex

(July 842) [10: p.17; Doc. # VI]
< Pepin II (+864), King of Aquitaine [842-852 / 859] >
Pipinus ordinante divinae majestatis gratia Aquitanorum rex

(Jan 848) [10: p.18; Doc. # VII]
Pipinus, Dei gratia, rex Aquitanorum









The Duchy of Aquitaine (887-1339)

--- 887-1137

@ Samples:

(July 959) [14: tome 16; p.32; Doc.# XX]
< William "Tete d'Etoupes" (+963) >
Guillelmus, Domini ordinante clementia totius Aquitanici ducatus comes

(Dec 992) [14: tome 16; p.77; Doc.# LXI]
< William "the Iron Arm" (+993/995) >
Willelmus, Aquitanorum comes et dux, et
uxor mea nomine Hemma, et
filius noster equivovus Willelmus

(1027) [3: tome 27; p.3]
Ego Guillelmus, gratia Dei comes Aquitanie et
dux Vasconie, et
uxor mea Remberga

(May 1054) [14: tome 2; p.93-94]
ego Willelmus, Aquitaniæ Deo donante dux

(1072) [3: tome 3; p.44]
< Geoffrey (William VIII) (+1086) >
ego, Gauffredus peccator quidem, sed gratia Dei, dux Aquitanorum

(1086) [14: tome 1; p.17; Doc.# VII]
Gauffredus dux Acquitanorum

(Mars 1096) [3: tome 27; p.4]
< William IX (+1127), Duke of Aquitaine 1086; Count of Poitou >
Ego Guillelmus, divina ordinante providentia, Aquitanie similier et Vasconie dux et comes

(July 1107) [14: tome 6; p.1]
ego Guillelmus, dux Acquitanorum et
comes Pictavensium
dominusque Thalemundi

(June 1116) [3: tome 12; p.347]
ego, Guillelmus, palatinus comes Pictavis et
dux Aquitanie

(...) [3: tome 27; p.10]
< William X (+1137), Duke of Aquitaine 1127 >
Ego Guillelmus, dux Aquitanie






--- 1137-1152 ( Eleanor & Louis [ as VII in France ] )

King of France;
Duke of Aquitania;

@ Added:

- [1137] France
Duchess Eleanor married Louis VII (+1180), King of France, who became her co-ruler in Aquinaine (1137).

@ Samples:

(1141) [7: Year 1844; p.256]
< Eleanor (+1204), Duchess of Aquitaine 1137; ~ (1) 1137 / div. 1152 Louis VII (+1180), King of France; ~(2) 1152 Henry II (+1189), King of England 1154; Duke of Normandy; Count of Anjou >
Ego Ludovicus, Dei gratia rex Francorum et
dux Aquitanorum

(1146) [6: vol.2; Doc.# V]
Ludovicus Dei gratia rex Francorum et
dux Aquitanorum

(1146) [6: vol.2; Doc.# VI]
Ego Alienordis Dei gratia regina Francorum et
Aquitanorum ducissa

(1147) [3: tome 27; p.25]
Ludovicus, Dei gratia, rex Francorum et
dux Aquitanorum






--- 1152-1189 ( Eleanor & Henry [ as II in England ] )

King of England;
Duke of Normandy, Aquitania;
Count of Anjou;

@ Added:

- [1152] Normandy, Anjou
Eleanor (+1204), Duchess of Aquitania, married Henry (+1189), Duke of Normandy, Count of Anjou (1152).

- [1154] England
Henry (+1189), the second husband of Duchess Eleanor, became King of England (1154).

@ Removed:

- [1152] France
Duchess Eleanor divorced Louis VII, King of France (1152).

@ Samples:

(May 1152) [14: tome 16; p.352; Doc.# CCCXXXV]
< Eleanor (+1204), Duchess of Aquitaine 1137; ~ (1) 1137 / div. 1152 Louis VII (+1180), King of France; ~(2) 1152 Henry II (+1189), King of England 1154; Duke of Normandy; Count of Anjou >
ego Alienors, Dei gratia ducissa Aquitanorum et Normannorum

(July 1199) [3: tome 27; p.7]
Alienor, Dei gratia regina Anglie,
ducissa Normanie, Aquitanie,
comitissa Andegavie

(Oct 1200) [14: tome 18; p.16; Doc.# CCCCII]
Alyenor, Dei gratia regina Anglie,
ducissa Normannie et Aquitanie,
comitissa Andegavie






>>> --- 1170-1189 ( Richard "Lionheart" )

Duke of Aquitania;
Count of Poitiers;

@ Samples:

(1174) [3: tome 27; p.6]
< Richard "Lionheart" (+1199), King of England 1189; Duke of Aquitaine 1170; Count of Poitiers, of Anjou >
Ricaldus, filius regis Angliae,
comes Pictaviencis,
dux Aquitanie

(1179) [15: tome 6 (1879); p.11]
Richardus dux Aquitanorum et
comes Pictavorum

(1182) [3: tome 27; p.6]
Ricaldus, comes Pictaviencis et
dux Aquitanie, ac
regis Angliae filius






--- 1189-1196 ( Richard "the Lionheart" )

King of England;
Duke of Normandy, Aquitania;
Count of Anjou;

@ Added:

- Anjou

- [1189] England, Normandy
Richard "Lionheart" succeeded his father Henry II in England & Normandy (1189).

@ Samples:

(Aug 1190) [17: p.166]
< Richard "Lionheart" (+1199), King of England 1189; Duke of Aquitaine 1170; Count of Poitiers, of Anjou >
Ricardus Dei gratia rex Angliae
dux Normanniae, Aquitaniae et
comes Andegaviae






--- 1196-1198 ( Otto [ IV as the Roman Emperor ] )

Notes:
1. In 1196, Richard "the Lionheart" (+1199), ceded Aquitaine to Otto, a son of his sister Mathilda and Henry "the Lion", Duke of Bavaria and Saxony. In 1198 Otto left Aquitaine and returned to Germany where he was elected King of the Romans.

Duke of Aquitaine;
Count of Poitiers;

@ Samples:

(Jan 1197) [15: tome 6 (1879); p.13]
< Otto (+1218), Duke of Aquitaine 1196; King of the Romans 1198, Emperor (Otto IV) 1209 >
Otho, dux Aquitanorum,
comes Pictavorum






--- 1199-1259 ( John "the Lackland"; Henry [ as III in England ] )

King of England;
Lord of Ireland;
Duke of Normandy, Aquitaine;
Count of Anjou;

@ Added:

- [1199] Ireland
John, Lord of Ireland, succeeded his brother Richard I (1199).

@ Samples:

(Sep 1200) [14: tome 18; p.14-15; Doc.# CCCCI]
< John "the Lackland" (+1199), King of England 1199; Duke of Aquitaine 1199, of Normandy[1199-1203]; Count of Anjou [1199-1203]; >
Ego Johannes, Dei gratia rex Anglie,
dominus Hybernie,
dux Normanie et Aquitanie,
comes Andegavie

(Dec 1208) [6: vol.2; Doc.# IV]
Johannes Dei gratia rex Anglie,
dominus Hibernie,
dux Normanie et Aquitanie,
comes Andegavie

(Aug 1224) [3: tome 4; p.13]
< Henry III (+1272), King of England & Duke of Aquitaine 1216 >
Henricus, Dei gratia rex Anglie,
dominus Hibernie,
dux Normanie et Aquitanie,
comes Andegavensis

(Nov 1236) [3: tome 3; p.108]
Henric per la grace de Diu, rey d'Anglaterra,
seynhor de Yrlanda,
duc de Normandia et de Aquitania, et
compte de Anyou

(Sep 1243) [3: tome 1; p.389]
Henricus, Dei gracia rex Angliae,
dominus Hibernie,
dux Normanie, Aquitanie et
comes Andegavie






--- 1259-1325

King of England;
Lord of Ireland;
Duke of Aquitaine;

@ Removed:

- [1259] Normandy, Anjou
King Henry III recognized the loss of Normandy, Anjou, etc by the Treaty of Paris (1259).

@ Samples:

(June 1267) [3: tome 5; p.14]
< Henry III (+1272), King of England & Duke of Aquitaine 1216 >
Enricus, Dei gratia rex Angliae,
dominus Hibernie et
dux Aquitanie

(Sep 1279) [3: tome 2; p.118]
< Edward I (+1307), King of England 1272; Duke of Aquitaine [1272-1306] >
Edwarus, Dei gratia rex Angliae,
dominus Hibernie et
dux Aquitanie

(Apr 1289) [3: tome 28; p.465]
Edwardus, Dei gracia rex Anglie,
dominus Hibernie et
dux Aquitanie

(Mar 1305) [3: tome 5; p.48]
Edduardus, Dei gratia rex Anglie,
dominus Hibernie et
dux Aquitanie






--- 1306-1307






--- 1307-1325

King of England;
Lord of Ireland;
Duke of Aquitaine;

@ Samples:

(July 1322) [3: tome 6; p.201]
< Edward II (+1327), Duke of Aquitaine [1306-1325]; King of England [1307-1327] >
Edwardus, Dei gracia, rex Anglie,
dominus Hibernie et
dux Aquitanie

(May 1324) [3: tome 3; p.129]
Eudoart, per la grace de Diu, rey d'Anglaterra,
sr d'Yrlanda et
duc d'Aquitania






--- 1325-1327 ( Edward III )

Duke of Aquitaine;
Count of Chester; Ponthieu, Montreuil;

@ Samples:

(Oct 1326) [18: tome XVIII (1874); p.14-15; Doc. # III]
< Edward III (+1327), Duke of Aquitaine [1306-1325]; Lord of Acquitaine; King of England [1307-1327]; with his mother Isabella and Edmund, Earl of Kent >
Isabelle, par la grâce de Dieu, reyne d'Engleterre,
dame d'Irlande,
contesse de Pountiff, et
nous, Edward, aisné fis au noble roy d'Engleterre,
ducs de Guyenene,
counte de Cestre, de Pountiff et Monstroyl, et
nous, Edmund, fis au noble roy d'Engleterre,
counte de Kent






--- 1327-1339 ( Edward III )

King of England;
Lord of Ireland;
Duke of Aquitaine;

@ Samples:

(Apr 1334) [3: tome 4; p.107]
< Edward III (+1327), Duke of Aquitaine [1306-1325]; Lord of Acquitaine; King of England [1307-1327] >
Edvardus, dei gratia, rex Angliae
dominus Hiberniae et
dux Aquitanie









Aquitaine in the French royal domain of Edward III (1339-1360)

Notes:
1. Edward III, King of England and Duke of Aquitaine, declared himself King of France, and included Aquitaine in his French royal domain (1339).

@ Samples [Governors]:

(Jan 1346, n.s.) [3: tome 1; p.302]
Henricus, comes Lancastrie, Derbeye et Leycestrie,
senescallus Anglie,
locum tenens domini nostri Anglie et Francie regis, ac
capitaneus generalis in ducatu Aquitanie et tota lingua occitania

(1358) [12: vol.3; p.400]
Edward "the Black Prince" (+1376), Prince of Wales 1343, of Aquitaine [1362-1372]; Earl of Chester 1333, Duke of Cornwall 1337 >
Edward, eisne filz au noble Roi d'Engleterre & de France,
prince de Gales, duc de Cornewaille,
counte de Cestre,
capitan & lieutenant de notre dit seignur et piere en le duche de Guynne









Aquitaine as sovereign dominion (1360-1369)

Notes:
1. Edward III dropped his claims to the Crown of France, and John II, King of France, ceded him sovereignty over Aquitaine and Poitou by the Treaty of Brétigny. Thus, Edward III became the sovereign Lord of Aquitaine (1360).


--- 1360-1369 ( Edward III )

King of England;
Lord of Ireland, Aquitaine;

@ Samples:

(Oct 1360) [2: volume 6; p.229]
< Edward III (+1327), Duke of Aquitaine [1306-1325]; Lord of Acquitaine; King of England [1307-1327] >
Edward par le Grace de Dieu, Roi d'Engleterre,
Seignur d'Irlaunde & d'Aquitaigne

(Feb 1361) [2: volume 6; p.310]
Edwardus, Dei gratiâ, Rex Angliæ,
Dominus Hiberniæ & Aquitaniæ

(Oct 1363) [1: tome 4; p.147]
Edwardus, Dei gratia rex Anglie,
dominus Hibernie et Aquitanie

(Feb 1367) [2: volume 6; p.550]
Edward par le Grace de Dieu, Roi d'Engleterre,
Seignur d'Irlaunde & d'Aquitaigne

(Feb 1369) [2: volume 6; p.611]
Edward par le grace de Dieu, Roy d'Engleterre,
Seignur d'Irlaunde & d'Aquitaigne









Aquitaine in the royal domain (1369-1389)

Notes:
1. Edward III, King of England, resumed the title of King of France after what he considered breaches of the Treaty of Brétigny by the French, and again included Aquitaine in his French royal domain (1369).


@ Samples [Auxiliary]:

(June 1369) [2: volume 6; p.623]
< Edward III (+1327), Duke of Aquitaine [1306-1325]; Lord of Acquitaine; King of England [1307-1327] >
Edwardus, Dei gratiâ, Rex Angliæ & Franiæ, &
Dominus Hiberniæ

@ Samples [Governors]:

(May 1389) [3: tome 28; p.481]
< John "of Gaunt" (1340-1399), the son of Edward III, King of England; Duke of Lancaster; of Aquitaine 1389 >
Jehan, filz de roy d'Engleterre, duc de Lancastre,
comte de Leycestre, de Nicole et de Derby,
seneschal d'Engleterre et
lieutenant d'Aquitaine pour nostre très excellent seigneur le roy d'Engleterre et de France









The Principality of Aquitaine (1362-1372)

Notes:
1. In 1362 Edward III, as Sovereign Lord of Aquitaine, created the Principality of Aquitaine for his eldest son Edward "the Black Prince" (+1376) who was created Earl of Chester (1333), Duke of Cornwall (1337) (it was the first creation of Duke in England) and Prince of Wales (1343). (The creation of the Dukedom of Cornwall in 1337 was the first Ducal creation in England).
2. In 1372 Edward "the Black Prince" stricken with mortal disease resigned the Pricipality of Aquitaine to his father Edward III.


--- 1362-1367

Prince of Aquitaine, Wales,
Duke of Cornwall;
Count / Earl of Chester;

@ Samples:

(July 1362) [2: volume 6; p.388]
Edward "the Black Prince" (+1376), Prince of Wales 1343, of Aquitaine [1362-1372]; Earl of Chester 1333, Duke of Cornwall 1337 >
Edward, Einsne Filz au Noble Roy d'Engleterre,
Prince d'Aquitaigne & de Gales,
duc de Cornewaille, &
Counte de Cestre

(May 1364) [4: vol.1; p.514]
Edward ainsnez filz au noble roy d'Angleterre,
prince d'Aquitaine et de Gales,
duc de Cornoaille et
conte de Cestre

(July 1364) [3: tome 34; p.190]
Edwardus, regis Anglie primogenitus,
princeps Aquitanie et Wallie,
dux Carnubie et
comes Cestrie

(July 1365) [3: tome 6; p.307]
Edward, ainsne filz du roi d'Angleterre,
prince d'Aquitaine et de Gales,
duc de Cornoaille et
comte de Cestre






--- 1367-1372

Prince of Aquitaine, Wales,
Duke of Cornwall;
Earl of Chester;
Lord of Lord of Biscaya, Castre d'Ordiales;

@ Added:

- Biscaya, Castre d'Ordiales
Edward "the Black Prince" helped to restore the Crown of Castile to Peter "the Cruel" (1367).

@ Samples:

(Feb 1368) [3: tome 34; p.196]
Edward "the Black Prince" (+1376), Prince of Wales 1343, of Aquitaine [1362-1372]; Earl of Chester 1333, Duke of Cornwall 1337 >
Edward, ainsne filz du roy d'Angleterre,
prince d'Acquitaine et de Galles,
duc de Cornoaille,
comte de Cestre,
seigneur de Biscaie et de Castre d'Ordiales

(Nov 1369) [3: tome 23; p.468]
Edouard, aisné fils du roy de France et d'Angleterre,
prince d'Acquitaine et de Galles,
duc de Cornoaille et
comte de Cestrie,
seigneur de Biscaye et de Castre d'Ordialles

(Jan 1370, n.s.) [3: tome 24; p.224]
Edward, ainsné fils du roi de France et d'Angleterre,
prince d'Aquitaine et de Gales,
duc de Cornoaille et
comte de Cestre,
seigneur de Biscaie et de Castre d'Ordiales

(Feb 1371) [2: volume 6; p.683]
Edward, Ainsne Filz du Roy de France & d'Angleterre,
Prince d'Aquitaigne & de Gales,
Duc de Cornoaille,
Counte de Cestre,
Seigneur de Biscaye & de Castre d'Ordials









The Duchy of Aquitaine / Guienne (1389-1413)


--- 1389-1399 ( John "of Gaunt" )

Notes:
1. In 1359, John "of Gaunt", a son of King Edward III of England, married Blanche (+1369), the younger of the two daughters and co-heirs of Henry, Duke of Lancaster. In 1361, after Henry's death, John and Blanche received the Dukedom of Lancaster and the Earldoms of Derby, Lincoln and Leicester.
In 1371, John "of Gaunt" married Constance (+1394), the elder of the two daughters of Peter, the deposed King of Castile, and assumed the title of King of Castile.
John "of Gaunt" bore the Castilian royal title until 1386, when Catherine, his only daughter by Constance, was betrothed to Henry, Prince of Asturias, a son of King John I of Castile.
In 1389, King Richard II of England created his uncle, John "of Gaunt", Duke of Aquitaine.


Duke of Aquitaine, Lancaster,
Count / Earl of Derby, Lincoln, Leicester;

@ Samples:

(Apr 1392) [19: série II; tome IX (1863); p.50; Doc.# A]
< John "of Gaunt" (+1399), Duke of Aquitaine / Guienne 1389, of Lancaster >
Jehan fils de roy Dengleterre,
duc de Guyenne et de Lancastre,
conte de Derby, de Nicole et de Leycestre,
senesehal Dengleterre

(Oct 1395) [3: tome 37; p.429]
Johannes, filius regis Anglie, dux Aquitanie et Lancastrie,
comes Derbie, Nincolie et Leycestrie,
senescallus Anglie






--- 1399-1413 ( Henry [ as V in England ] )

Notes:
1. In 1399, Henry (+1413), Duke of Lancaster, overthrew his cousin, King Richard II of England, and became King Henry IV.
2. King Henry IV invested his son, the future King Henry V, with Wales, Aquitaine, Lancaster, Cornwall and Chester.


Prince of Wales;
Duke of Aquitaine, Lancaster, Cornwall;
Count / Earl of Chester;

@ Samples:

(May 1402) [9: række 4; bind 8; Doc.# 392]
< Henry (+1422), Prince of Wales, Duke of Cornwall, Earl of Chester 1399; Duke of Lancaster 1399; Duke of Aquitaine 1399; King of England (Henry V) 1413 >
nos Henricus dicti domini nostri regis Anglie et Francie et domini Hibernie filius primogenitus
princeps Wallie ac
dux A[q]uitanie Lancastrie et Co[rn]ubie ac
comes Cestrie

(Sep 1408) [2: volume 8; p.547]
Henri, Aisne Filtz au Noble Roy d'Engleterre & France,
Prince de Gales,
Duc dec Guyenne, & de Lancastre, & de Cornewaille, &
Conte de Cestre

(May 1412) [2: volume 8; p.743]
Henricus Illustris Regis Angliæ & Franciæ Primogenitus
Princeps Walliæ,
Dux Acquitaniæ, Lancastriæ & Cornubiæ, ac
Comes Cestriæ









The Duchy of Guienne


--- 1345-1350 ( John [ as II in France ] )

Duke of Normandy, Guienne;
Count of Poitiers, Anjou, Maine;

@ Samples:

(July 1346) [3: tome 33; p.152]
< John (+1364), Duke of Guienne [1345-1350]; King of France (John II) 1350 >
Johannes, primogenitus et locum tenens regis Francie, dux Normandie et Acquitanie,
comes Pictavensis, Andegavensis et Cenomanensis

(Apr 1347) [1: tome 1, p.532]
Jehan, aisné fils et lieutenant du roy de France,
duc de Normandie et de Guyenne,
conte de Poittiers, d'Anjou et du Maine






--- 139..-1401 ( Charles of France )

Notes:
1. Charles (1392-1401), Dolphin of Viennois, a son of Charles VI, was given the Duchy of Guienne.






--- 1401-1415 ( Louis of France )

Notes:
1. Louis (1397-1415), Dolphin of Viennois, a son of Charles VI, was given the Duchy of Guienne.

Duke of Guienne;
Dolphin of Viennois;

@ Samples:

(Dec 1409) [5: p.319]
< Louis of France (+1409), Duke of Guinne >
Loys, ainsné fils du roy de France
duc de Guienne et
Dalphin de Viennois, etc ...

(Mar 1410) [5: p.323]
Loys, ainsné filz du Roy de France
duc de Guienne et
Daulphin de Viennois

(June 1413) [11: p.16]
Loys, ainsné fils du roy de France
duc de Guienne et
daulphin de Viennois






--- 1415-1469 ( Interregnum )






--- 1469-1472 ( Charles of France )

Notes:
1. In 1361, Charles of France (+1472), a younger brother of King Louis XI of France, received the Duchy of Berry.
2. In 1465, by the Treaty of St.Maur, Charles of France was to receive the Duchy of Normandy. However, soon King Louis XI of France took Normandy back.
3. In 1468, by the Treaty of Péronne, Charles of France was to receive Champagne and Brie. In 1469, Charles exchanded these lands for Guienne.

Duke of Guienne;
Count of Saintonge;
Lord of La Rochelle;

@ Samples:

(May 1469) [3: tome 8; p.231]
Charles, filz et frere des roys de France,
duc de Guienne,
comte de Xainctonge et
seigneur de La Rochelle

(Feb 1470, n.s.) [3: tome 4; p.154]
Charles, fils et frère de roi de France,
duc de Guyene,
conte de Xaintonge et
seigneur de La Rochelle

(Feb 1471, n.s.) [16: tome II; p.386; Doc.# XXXVIII]
Charles, filz et frere de roys de France,
duc de Guienne,
conte de Xaintonge et
seigneur de la Rochelle