House of Burgundy Ivrea

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The House of Burgundy-Ivrea was a family of the European high nobility, originally at home in Burgundy and descended from the Carolingians , especially Charlemagne , from the 9th to the middle of the 16th century, and played a prominent role.

The history of the House of Burgundy-Ivrea is divided into four main sections:

See also: Family list of the House of Burgundy-Ivrea

The main family members were:

Margraviate of Ivrea

Free County of Burgundy

Line Chalon

Castile and León

Peter I was expelled in 1369, followed by his (illegitimate) half-brother Henry II , who became the founder of the House of Trastámara .

Principality of Orange ( Chalon line )

  • Johann III. von Chalon-Arlay († 1418), Prince of Orange (1393) by marrying the heiress Marie des Baux
  • Ludwig called le Bon ('the good') († 1463), their son, Prince of Orange
  • Wilhelm VII († 1475), his son, Prince of Orange
  • Johann II. De Chalon († 1502), his son, Prince of Orange
  • Philibert de Chalon († 1530), his son, Prince of Orange, the last male descendant of the House of Chalon-Arlay. He adopted Renatus, the son of his sister Claudia, through whom all rights to the Ottonian line of the House of Nassau went.