What is Charles II?

  • (noun): As Charles II he was Holy Roman Emperor and as Charles I he was king of France (1630-1685).
    Synonyms: Charles I, Charles the Bald
    See also — Additional definitions below

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List Of Monarchs Of Naples
... Notes House of Anjou (1266-1382) Charles I (1226-1285) 1266 - 7 January 1285 Beatrice of Provence (31 January 1246) seven children Margaret of Burgundy (18 November 1268) one child son of Louis VIII ... as a papal fief and by conquest from the Hohenstaufen dynasty Charles II (1254-1309) 7 January 1285 - 5 May 1309 Maria of Hungary (1270) fourteen children Son of Charles I of ... of Majorca (July 1304) no children Son of Charles II ...
Louise Marie Thérèse D'Artois - Biography
... Carlo, Hereditary Prince of Lucca, known as Charles III, Duke of Parma and Piacenza after 1849 ... On 17 December 1847 Empress Marie Louise died and her father-in-law succeeded as Duke Charles II of Parma ... revolution broke out in Parma supported by King Charles Albert of Sardinia ...
Charles II, Lord Of Monaco - Ancestors
... Ancestors of Charles II, Lord of Monaco 16 ... Antoine II de Pontevès, Lord of Cabanes 10 ... Charles II Grimaldi, Lord of Monaco 24 ...
List Of English Royal Mistresses - Charles II
... Knight Mary Bagot, widow of Charles Berkeley, 1st Earl of Falmouth Elizabeth Killigrew, Viscountess Shannon Elizabeth, Countess of Kildare Catherine Pegge (b ...
Cultural Depictions Of Charles I Of England - Film and Television
... On screen, Charles has been portrayed by Russell Thorndike in the British silent film Henrietta Maria or, The Queen of Sorrow (1923) Henry Victor in ...

More definitions of "Charles II":

  • (noun): King of England and Scotland and Ireland during the Restoration (1630-1685).

Famous quotes containing the word charles:

    As I was going by Charing Cross,
    I saw a black man upon a black horse;
    They told me it was King Charles the First—
    —Unknown. As I was going by Charing Cross (l. 1–3)