Robert III may refer to:
- Robert III of Worms (800–834)
- Robert III, Duke of Normandy (c. 1051 or 1054 – 10 February 1134)
- Robert III, Prince of Capua (1153–1158)
- Robert III of Loritello (died 1182)
- Robert III de Brus (fl. 12th century, died ca. 1191)
- Robert III, Count of Dreux (1185–1234)
- Robert III, Count of Flanders (1249 – September 17, 1322)
- Robert III of Artois (1287–1342)
- Robert III of Scotland (c. 1337–April 1406)
- Robert III de La Marck (1491–1537)
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... Robert married Elizabeth of Schaumburg (died ca. 1235-38), daughter and heiress of Count Emicho III of Leiningen ... (died before 1222) – She married Hermann III, Count of Virneburg (died ca ...
... After David II's death, Robert II, the first of the Stewart kings, came to the throne in 1371 ... He was followed in 1390 by his ailing son John, who took the regnal name Robert III ... During Robert III's reign (1390–1406), actual power rested largely in the hands of his brother, Robert Stewart, Duke of Albany ...
... At Robert III's accession, his heir apparent was his eldest son David, who became Earl of Carrick the same day ... This led to conflict with his uncle Robert, now Duke of Albany, who had previously filled that office ... Robert III died on 4 April 1406, allegedly of grief at his son's capture, and was succeeded as King by his only surviving son James (a second son, Robert, had died young) ...
... Robert III (14 August 1337–April 1406) was King of Scots from 1390 to his death ... He was the eldest son of Robert II and Elizabeth Mure and was legitimated with the marriage of his parents in 1347 ... appointed the king's lieutenant after having influenced the general council to remove Robert II from direct rule ...
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