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Naples ( Napoli )



Overview.

In 1282, the Sicilians revolted against the administration of King Charles I of Sicily ("the Sicilian Vespers revolt"). Soon after the revolt, the Sicilians turned to King Peter III of Aragon, who became King of Sicily. The Kingdom of Sicily became divided, the mainland portion remained in the hands of Charles I, and Peter III's domain extended only to the Island of Sicily itself. Charles I and his successors continued called themselves "Kings of Sicily", although their Kingdom became known as the Kingdom of Naples after its capital.

The descendants of Charles I of Anjou ruled in Naples until their extinction in 1435. Then, after a seven-year war, King Alphonse V of Aragon and Sicily finally defeated his rival and conquered Naples.
After Alphonse's death, Sicily and Naples were separated again, Aragon and Sicily passed to his younger brother John, and his natural son Ferdinand I became King in Naples.
King Ferdinand I's descendants ruled in in Naples until 1501.

In 1504, King Ferdinand "the Catholic" of Aragon and Sicily, conquered the Kingdom of Naples.

In 1516, the Crown of Aragon, which Kingdoms of Naples and Sicily, united with the Crown of Castile, and the Spanish Monarchy was established.

In 1707, during the War of the Spanish Succession, an army of Charles of Austria, a claimant to the Spanish Crown, took Naples.
In 1711, Charles succeeded his brother in Austria, and other possessions of the Austrian Habsburgs.

In 1720, the Duke of Savoy formally ceded Sicily to Austria in exchange for Sardinia.

During the War of the Polish Succession, a Spanish army conquered Naples and Sicily, and in 1735 Charles of Bourbon, a younger son of King Philip V of Spain, was installed as King of Naples and Sicily.

In January 1799, the Republicans supported by the French armies established the Parthenopaean Republic in Naples, but in June 1799 King Ferdinand was re-installed.

In 1806, King Ferdinand fled to Sicily, and the French army entered Naples, where Emperor Napoleon I of France installed his brother Joseph as King of Naples.
In 1808, Joseph became King of Spain, and Joachim Murat, his brother-in-law, succeeded him as King of Naples.

In 1815, Naples was restored to King Ferdinand.

In 1816, the formal union of the Kingdom of Naples with the Kingdom of Sicily established the Kingdom of the Two Sicilies.

In 1860, the Kingdom of the Two Sicilies was taken by Garibaldi's army in the name of King of Sardinia.
In 1861, the former Kingdom of the Two Sicilies became part of Italy.



Notes:
1. After the division of the original Kingdom of Sicily, the Kingdom of Naples was called "Sicily on this side of the Lighthouse", (the lighthouse marked the straits of Messina), in Latin, "Sicilia citra Farum". The Kingdom on the Island of Sicily was called "Sicily beyond the Lighthouse", in Latin "Sicilia ultra Farum".
2. In the 11th-14th centuries, when a person became King of the Romans (a Head of the Holy Roman Empire), he stopped using titles below the royal rank.
3. The Kingdoms of Sicily and Naples were united in 1435-1458, 1504-1554, 1556-1713, 1720-1806, and 1815-1816. In 1816 they were finally united in 1816 in the Kingdom of both Sicilies.



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Geographical names.

Achaea -> Achaia (in Peloponnesus, Greece);
Anjou -> Andegavia; Angio (in France);
Bohemia / Czechia -> Böhmen (in Czech Republic);
Burgundy -> Bourgogne (in Yonne, Côte-d'Or, Saône-et-Loire, Ain, and Nièvre, E France);
Cumania -> the land of the Cumans / Polovtsi / Kipchaks (the Turkish people that lived in the steppes of the Eastern Europe and Kazakhstan);
Flanders -> Vlaanderen (in Belgium);
Ferrette -> Pfirt (in Haut-Rhin, Alsace, NE France);
Galicia [in Spain] (in NW Spain);
Galicia [in Ukraine] -> Halychyna; Galizien; Galicja; Halicz (in W Ukraine and SE Poland);
Goceano (in Sardinia, Italy);
Gorizia -> Goritia; Gorica; Gurize; Görz (in Friuli-Venezia Giulia, NE Italy);
Habsburg (in Aargau, N Switzerland);
Hungary -> Ungarn; Magyarország;
Kyburg (in Zurich, Switzerland);
Lodomeria -> Volodymyr-Volynskyy (in Volhynia / Volyn / Wolyn, NW Ukraine);
Lusatia -> Lausitz; Luzice; Luzicko; Luzyca (in Saxony, SE Germany);
Maine -> Cenomania (in France);
"The Margraviate of the Holy Roman Empire" (Antwerp, Belgium);
Mechelen / Mecheln / Mechlin -> Malines (Antwerp, Belgium);
Milan -> Mediolanum; Milano; Mailand (in N Italy);
Moravia -> Morava; Mähren (in E Czech Republic);
Pordenone -> Portus Naonis; Portenau (in Friuli-Venezia Giulia, NE Italy);



Christian (First) names.

Charles -> Carolus; Carlo; Carlos;
Ferdinand -> Ferrante; Fernando;
Frederick -> Fridericus; Federico / Federigo; Friedrich;
Jacob / James -> Jacobus; Jacques; Giacomo; Jaime;
Joan -> Johanna; Giovanna;
Louis -> Ludovicus; Luigi;
Peter -> Petrus; Pierro; Pedro;
William -> Guillelmus; Guillermo;






The Kingdom of Naples


--- 1282-1285 ( Charles I )

King of Jerusalem, Sicily, the Duchy of Apulia, the Principality of Capua;
Prince of Achaea;
Count of Anjou, Provence, Forcalquier, Tonnerre;

@ Samples:

(Dec 1282) [32: volume II; p.P-Q; Doc.# VIII]
< Charles I (+1285), Count of Anjou; King of Sicily [1266-1282], of Naples 1266; ~(1) 1246 Beatrice (+1267), Countess of Provence; ~(2) 1268, Margaret (+1308), Countess of Tonnerre >
Karolus Dei gratia Rex Ierusalem Sicilie Ducatus Apulie et Principatus Capue
Alme urbis Senator
Princeps Achaye
Andegavie Provincie Forchalquerii et Tornodori Comes

(Mar 1284) [20: vol.2; p.273]
Challes par la grace de Dieu roy de Jerusalem et de Sezile, du duchée de Puille, du princée de Capes,
senateur de Rome,
prince de Mourée,
d'Anjou, de Provence, de Forcaquier et de Tonnerre conte

@ Samples [Governors]:

(Mar 1283) [14: vol.2; p.68]
< Charles (Martel) (+1295), King of Hungary; the eldest son of King Charles II of Naples >
Karolus illustris Ierusalem et Sicilie Regis primogenitus,
Princeps Salerni et
honoris montis sancti Angeli dominus ac
eius in toto regno Sicilie Vicarius generalis






--- 1285-1290 ( Charles II )

King of Jerusalem, Sicily, the Duchy of Apulia, the Principality of Capua;
Prince of Achaea;
Count of Anjou, Provence, Forcalquier;

@ Removed:

- [1285] Tonnerre
The union of Naples and Tonnerre ended with the death of King Charles I (1285).

@ Samples:

(Jan 1289) [17: vol. ; p.88]
< Charles II (+1309), King of Naples 1285 >
Karolus secundus, Dei gracia rex Jerusalem Cicilie, ducatus Apulie & principatus Capue
princeps Achaye,
andegavie provincie et forcalquerii comes

(Sep 1289) [14: vol.9; part 1; p.164]
Karolus secundus Dei gratia rex Ierusalem Sicilie ducatus Apulie et principatus Capue et
princeps Achaye,
Andegavie, Provincie & Forcalcherii comes

@ Samples [Governors]:

(July 1291) [14: vol.2; p.106]
< Charles (Martel) (+1295), King of Hungary; the eldest son of King Charles II of Naples; >
Karolus primogenitus illustris Ierusalem et Sicilie Regis,
Princeps Salernitanus et
Honoris Montis sancti Angeli dominus ac
eius in Regno Sicilie Vicarius Generalis






--- 1290-1306

King of Jerusalem, Sicily, of the Duchy of Apulia, of the Principality of Capua;
Count of Provence, Forcalquier;

@ Removed:

- Anjou
King Charles II gave Anjou to his son-in-law Charles of France, Count of Valois (1290).

- Achaea
King Charles II ceded the Principality of Achaea to Isabella of Villehardouin, a daughter of former Prince William (1289).
Notes: 1. Isabella of Villehardouin recognized Charles II's suzerainty.
2. Isabella of Villehardouin married Florent of Hainaut (+1297), and after his death she married Philip of Savoy (against Charles II's wishes).

@ Samples:

(Aug 1292) [3: vol.7; p.104; Doc.# 86]
< Charles II (+1309), King of Naples 1285 >
Karolus II. dei gracia rex Jerusolimi, Sicilie, ducatus Apulie et principatus Capue,
Provencie et Forcalguere comes

(Nov 1299) [3: vol.7; p.357; Doc.# 311]
Karolus secundus dei gratia rex Jerusalem et Sicilie, ducatus Apulie et principatus Capue,
Prouincie et Forcalquerii comes, et
Maria eadem gratia eorumdem regnorum Jerusalem et Sicilie et Vngarie regina

(July 1302) [73: volume II; p.336; Doc.# XXX]
Carolus II Dei gratia Rex Hyerusalem et Sicilie Ducatus Apulie et Principatus Capue,
Provincie et Folquarquerii Comes






--- 1306-1381

King of Jerusalem, Sicily, of the Duchy of Apulia, of the Principality of Capua;
Count of Provence, Forcalquier, Piedmont;

@ Added:

- [1306] Piedmont
Charles II of Anjou (+1309), King of Naples, accepted the title of Count of Piedmont (1306).

@ Samples:

(Aug 1306) [24: p.336; Doc.# VII]
< Charles II (+1309), King of Naples 1285 >
Karolus secundus, [dei] gratia Rex Jerusalem et Sicilie Ducatus Apulie et Principatus Capue
Provincie et Forchalquerj ac Pedimontis Comes

(June 1318) [12: p.62-63]
< Robert I (+1343), King of Naples 1309 >
Robertus Dei gratia rex Ierusalem et Sicilie, ducatus Apulie et principatus Capue,
Provincie et Forcalquerii ac Pedimontis comes

(Sep 1345) [24: p.390; Doc.# XXXIII]
< Joan I (+1382), Queen of Naples [1343-1381]; ~(1) 1343 Andrew of Hungary (+1345); ~(2) Aug 1346 Louis of Anjou-Taranto (+1362); ~(3) 1363 James III (+1375), titular King of Majorca; ~ (4) 1376 Otto (+1399), Duke of Brunswick-Grubenhagen >
Johanna, Dei gracia Regina Jerusalem et Sicilie Ducatus Apulie et Principatus Capue
Provincie et Forcalquerij ac Pedimontis Comitissa

(Apr 1349) [26: p.286; Doc.# CXIII]
Ludovicus et Johanna, Dei gracia rex et regina Jerusalem et Sicillie, ducatus Apulie et principatus Capue,
Provincie et Forchalquerii ac Pedemontis comites

(Nov 1377) [55: p.25; Doc.# IX]
Iohanna dei gratia regina Iherusalem et Sicilie ducatus Apulie et principatus Capue,
Provincie et Forcalquerii ac Pedimontis comitissa

@ Samples [Governors]:

(Feb 1320) [12: p.76]
< Charles (+1328), Duke of Calabria; a son of King Robert of Naples >
Karolus illustris Ierusalem et Sicilie regis Roberti primogenitus,
dux Calabrie ac
eius vicarius generalis

@ Samples [Auxiliary]:

(Mar 1318) [105: p.108; Doc.# LXXXIX]
< John of Anjou (+1336), Count of Gravina 1315, Duke of Durazzo 1332; a son of King Charles II of Naples; ~ Mar 1318 / div. 1321 Matilda of Hainaut (+1336), Princess of Achaea; ~(2) 1321 Agnes of Périgord >
Johannes clare memorie illustris Jerusalem et Sicilie regis filius,
princeps Achaye,
comes Gravine et
honoris montis Sancti Angeli dominus

(June 1320) [34: vol.3; p.72]
< Philip (+1332), Prince of Tarento; ~(2) 1313 Catherine of Valois (+1346), titular Empress of Constantinople >
Philippus, eadem < Dei > gratia, Constantinopolitanus imperator Romeorum moderator,
princepsque Tarenti

(Aug 1354) [55: p.19; Doc.# VII]
< Robert (+1364), Prince of Tarento; titular Emperor of Constantinople >
Robertus dei gratia constantinopolitanus imperator,
Romanie despotus,
Achaye et Tarenti princeps

(Apr 1362) [77: p.111; Doc.# IV]
Robertus dei gratia imperator constantinopolitanus,
Romanie despotus,
Achaye et Tarenti princeps






>>> --- 1348-1351 ( Louis "the Great" [ as I in Hungary ] )

Notes:
1. In Jan 1348, armies of Louis I 'the Great", King of Hungary, occupied the Kingdom of Naples to revenge his brother Andrew's assassination. Queen Joan I fled to Provence, and the Neapolitans recognized Louis as King of Naples. By Aug 1348 Queen Joan I had returned the most of the Kingdom. Louis' armies occupied some parts of the Kingdom (including Aversa) until 1351.


King of Hungary, Jerusalem, Sicily, of the Duchy of Apulia, of the Principality of Capua, of Dalmatia, Croatia, Rama, Serbia, Galicia, Lodomeria, Cumania, Bulgaria;
Prince of Salerno;
Lord of Monte Sant' Angelo;

@ Samples:

(Mar 1348) [51: kötet I; p.348; Doc.# 253]
< Louis I "the Great" (+1382), King of Hungary 1342, of Poland 1370, of Naples [1348-1351] >
Lodovicus Dei gratia Vngarie, Jerusalem et Sicilie, Ducatus Apulie, et Principatus Capue, Dalmatie, Croatie, Rame, Servie, Gallicie, Lodomerie, Cumanie, Bulgarieque Rex,
Princeps Salernitanus et
Honoris Montis Sancti Angeli Dominus






--- 1381-1385 ( Charles III )

King of Jerusalem, Sicily;
Count of Provence, Forcalquier, Piedmont;

@ Removed:

- [1381] Apulia, Capua
In 1381 Pope Urban VI gave the Kingdom of Naples to Charles "the Short", Duke of Durazzo. Charles conquered the Kingdom and imprisoned Queen Joan I. As King of Naples Charles "the Short" changed the rotal titles (1381).

@ Samples:

(Dec 1381) [55: p.24; Doc.# VIII]
< Charles III "the Short" (+ Feb 1386), Duke of Durazzo & Slavonia; King of Naples 1382, of Hungary 1385 >
Carolus tercius dei gratia rex Hierusalem et Sicilie,
Provintie et Forcalquerii ac Pedimontis comes

(Sep 1383) [5: p.297; Doc.# 185]
Karolus Tercius, Dei gracia Rex Jerusalem et Sicilie,
Provincie et Forcalquerii ac Pedimontis comes

(Apr 1384) [26: p.344; Doc.# CXL]
Karolus tercius Dei gratia rex Jerusalem, Sicilie,
Provincie et Forcalqueri ac Pedimontis comes






>>> --- 1382-1384 ( Louis I of Anjou )

Notes:
1. In 1382, Louis I (+1384), Duke of Anjou, left for Italy to claim the Crown of Naples following the death of Queen Joan I. She had adopted him to succeed her, as she was childless and did not wish to leave her inheritance to any of her close relatives, with whom she had quarreled. While Louis I was able to succeed her as Count of Provence and Forcalquier after her murder in 1382 by Charles "the Short", Duke of Durazzo, he was unsuccessful in regaining the Kingdom of Naples from Charles.

King of Jerusalem, Sicily, the Duchy of Apulia, the Principality of Capua;
Duke of Anjou, Touraine;
Count of the Counties of Provence, Forcalquier, Maine, Piedmont, Roucy;

@ Samples:

(Sep 1383) [116: p.316] < for Naples >
< Louis I (+1384) Count (Duke 1360) of Anjou 1356; Count of Maine 1356; Duke of Touraine 1370; King of Naples & Count of Provence 1382 >
Ludovicus Dei gratia Rex Jerusalem et Sicilie, ducatus Apulie et principatus Capue,
Andegavie et Turonie Dux,
comitatuum provincie, Forchalquerij, Cenomanie et Pedimontis Comes

(July 1384) [77: p.114; Doc.# V] < for Naples >
Ludovicus dei gratia rex Ierusalem et Sicilie, ducatus Apulie et principatus Capue,
Andegavie et Turonie dux,
comitatum Provincie et Folcalqueri, Cenomanie ac Pedimontis comes






--- 1385-1415

King of Hungary, Jerusalem, Sicily, Dalmatia, Croatia, Rama, Serbia, Galicia, Lodomeria, Cumania, Bulgaria;
Count of Provence, Forcalquier, Piedmont;

@ Added:

- [1385] Hungary, Dalmatia, Croatia, Rama, Serbia, Galicia, Lodomeria, Cumania, Bulgaria
King Charles III "the Short" ousted Queen Mary of Hungary and became King of Hungary (Dec 1385).
Note: After King Charles' assassination his son Ladislas succeeded him in Naples, while the regents of Mary of Hungary reinstated her as Queen of Hungary.

@ Samples:

(June 1385) [70: vol.1; p.92; Doc.# CLI]
< Charles III "the Short" (+ Feb 1386), Duke of Durazzo & Slavonia; King of Naples 1382, of Hungary (Charles II) 1385 >
Karolus Dei gratia Ungarie, Jerusalem et Sicilie, necnon Dalmatie, Crovatie, Rame, Servie, Galicie, Lodomerie, Comanie, Bulgarieque rex,
Provincie et Forcalquerii ac Pedimontis comes

(Aug 1395) [73: volume II; p.351; Doc.# XXXIV]
< Ladislas (+1414), King of Naples 1386, of Croatia 1403 >
Ladislaus dei gratia Hungarie Jerusalem Sicilie Dalmatie Croatie Rame Servie Galicie Lodomerie Comanie Bulgarieque Rex
Provincia et Forcalquerii ac Pedimontis Comes

(Aug 1412) [55: p.84; Doc.# XXIV]
Ladislaus dei gratia Hungarie, Ihemsalem, Sicilie, Dalmatie, Croacie, Rame, Servie, Galicie, Lodomerie, Comanie, Bulgarieque rex,
Provintie et Forcalquerii ac Pedimontis comes

(May 1415) [55: p.98; Doc.# XXIX]
< Joan II (+1435) Queen of Naples 1414; ~(1) William of Austria (+1406), Duke of Styria, Carinthia; ~(2) 1415 / (separated) Jacob of Bourbon (+1438), Count of La Marche & Castres 1393 >
Iohanna secunda dei gratia Hungarie, Iherusalem, Sicilie, Dalmatie, Croacie, Rame, Servie, Galicie, Lodomerie, Comanie Bulgariequc regina,
Provintie et Forcalquerii ac Pedimontis comitissa

@ Samples [Auxiliary]:

(July 1383) [76: tome XLV (1884); p.192]
< Jacob of Baux (+1383), Prince of Tarento, of Achaea from 1382 >
Jacobus, Dei gratia imperator Constantinopolitanus,
Romanie despotus,
Achaye et Tarenti princeps

(July 1394) [55: p.35; Doc.# XII]
< Otto (+1399), Duke of Brunswick-Grubenhagen; Prince of Tarento; ~ 1376 Joan I (+1382), Queen of Naples [1343-1381] >
Otto dux Brunsvicensis
Tarentique princeps, ac
in toto regno Sicilie regius generalis capitaneus ad guerram,
civitatumque Monopoli ?? terrarum terre Foggie et Guardie Lombardorum dominus

(July 1403) [55: p.51; Doc.# XIX]
< Margaret (+1412); ~1369 Charles III (+1386), King of Naples >
Margarita dei gratia regina Hungarie, Iherusalem, Syciliae, Dalmatiae, Croacie, Rame, Servie, Galitie, Lodomerie, Comanie, Bulgarieque regina ??
ducissa Duracii,
regni Albanie et honoris montis sancti Angeli domina,
Provinciae et Forcalquerii ac Pedimontis, Albe et Gravine comitissa






>>> --- 1390-1399 ( Louis II of Anjou )

Notes:
1. In Nov 1389 (Ani-) Pope Clement VII crowned Louis II (+1417), Duke of Anjou, as King of Naples. Louis II took possession of Naples in 1390, but was ousted by King Ladislas in 1399.

King of Sicily, of the Duchy of Apulia, of the Principality of Capua;
Duke of Anjou;
Count of the Counties of Provence, Forcalquier, Maine, Piedmont, Roucy;

@ Samples:

(Sep 1392) [111: tomus IX (1669); p.290; Doc.# XLVIII]
< Louis II (+1417), Duke of Anjou & Count of Provence, Maine 1384; King of Naples >
Ludovicus secundus Dei gratiâ Rex Jerusalem & Siciliæ, Ducatus Apuliæ & Principatûs Capuæ,
Dux Andegaviæ,
Comitatuum Provinciæ & Forcalquerii, Cenomaniæ, Pedemontis ac Rontiaci Comes






--- 1415-1416 ( Joan II & Jacob of Bourbon )

King of Hungary, Jerusalem, Sicily, Dalmatia, Croatia, Rama, Serbia, Galicia, Lodomeria, Cumania, Bulgaria;
Count of La Marche, Castres, Provence, Forcalquier, Piedmont;

@ Added:

- [1415] La Marche, Castres
Queen Joan II (+1435) married in 1415 Jacob of Bourbon (+1438), Count of La Marche & Castres.

@ Samples:

(Jan 1415) [55: p.103; Doc.# XXXI]
< Joan II (+1435), Queen of Naples 1414; ~(1) William of Austria (+1406), Duke of Styria, Carinthia; ~(2) 1415 / (separated) Jacob of Bourbon (+1438), Count of La Marche & Castres 1393 >
Ioanna secunda dei gratia Hungarie, Hierusalem et Sicilie, Dalmatie, Croacie, Rame, Servie, Galicie, Lodomerie, Comanie, Bulgarieque regina,
Marchie Castren. Provintie et Forcalquerii ac Pedimontis comitissa

(Oct 1415) [13: p.6]
Iacobus et Ioanna secunda Dei gratia Hungarie Ierusalem Sicilie Dalmacie Croacie Rame Servie Galicie Lodomerie Comanie Bulgariaque rex et regina,
Marchie Castrensis Provincie et Forcalquerii ac Pedimontis comites

(May 1416) [13: p.31]
Iacobus et Ioanna secunda Dei gratia Hungarie Ierusalem Sicilie Dalmacie Croacie Rame Servie Galicie Lodomerie Comanie Bulgariaque rex et regina,
Marchie Castrensis Provincie et Forcalquerii ac Pedimontis comites






--- 1416-1435 ( Joan II )

King of Hungary, Jerusalem, Sicily, Dalmatia, Croatia, Rama, Serbia, Galicia, Lodomeria, Cumania, Bulgaria;
Count of Provence, Forcalquier, Piedmont;

@ Removed:

- La Marche, Castres
Jacob of Bourbon (+1438), Count of La Marche & Castres, the second husband of Queen Joan II, was forced to give up the position of King of Naples (1416).

@ Samples:

(Oct 1417) [13: p.33]
< Joan II (+1435) Queen of Naples 1414; ~(1) William of Austria (+1406), Duke of Styria, Carinthia; ~(2) 1415 / (separated) Jacob of Bourbon (+1438), Count of La Marche & Castres 1393 >
Ioanna secunda Dei gratia Hungarie Ierusalem Sicilie Dalmacie Croacie Rame Servie Galicie Lodomerie Comanie Bulgariaque regina,
Provincie et Forcalquerii ac Pedimontis comitissa

(Sep 1419) [55: p.106; Doc.# XXXII]
Ioanna secunda dei gratia Hungurie, Iherusalem et Sicilie, Dalmacie, Croacie, Rame, Servie, Galicie, Lodomerie, Comanie Bulgarieque regina,
Provintie et Forcalquerii ac Pedimontis comitissa

(Oct 1422) [55: p.120; Doc.# XXXIV]
Iohanna secunda dei gratia Hungarie, Iherusalem et Sicilie, Dalmacie, Croacie, Rame, Servie, Gralicie, Lodomerie, Comanie Bulgarieque regina,
Provintie et Forcalquerii ac Pedimontis comitissa

@ Samples [Auxiliary]:

(Mar 1431) [77: p.155; Doc.# XXIII]
< Laurence of Attendolo, Count of Cotignola; Lord of Bitetto >
Laurentius de Attendolis comes Cotignolae
armorum capitaneus
civitatis Bitecti utilis dominus






>>> --- 1420-1421 ( Louis III of Anjou )

Notes:
In 1420, Louis III, Duke of Anjou, who claimed the Crown of Naples, attacked the Kingdom with some success, but was beaten off by his competitor, King Alphonse V of Aragon, who was declared the heir to Queen Joan II of Naples. However, then the relationships between Alphonse V and Queen Joan II worsened. In 1423, Queen Joan II adopted Louis III, named her heir, and gave him the Duchy of Calabria.

@ Samples:

(July 1421) [55: p.109; Doc.# XXXIII]
< Louis III (+1434), Duke of Anjou; Count of Maine, Provence, etc. 1417 >
Ludovicus tercius dei gratia Hierusalem et Sicilie rex, ducatus Apulie, principatus Capue,
dux Andegavie,
comitatuum Provintie et Forcalquerii, Cenomanie ac Pedimontis comes






--- 1435-1442 ( René I "the Good" of Anjou )

King of Jerusalem, Sicily;
Duke of Anjou, Bar, Lorraine;
Margrave of Pont-à-Mousson;
Count of Maine, Provence, Forcalquier, Piedmont;

@ Replaced:

- [1435] Dalmatia, Croatia, Rama, Serbia, Galicia, Lodomeria, Cumania, Bulgaria with Anjou, Bar, Lorraine, Pont-à-Mousson, Maine
René "the Good" (+1480), Duke of Anjou, Bar, Lorraine, etc., succeeded Queen Joan II of Naples (1435).

@ Samples:

(July 1438) [6: tome 2; p.233; Doc.# 11]
< René (+1480), Duke of Bar, of Anjou; Count of Provence, of Maine; King of Naples [1435-1442]; ~ (1) 1420 Isabelle (+1453), Duchess of Lorraine >
Renatus, Dei gracia Jerusalem et Sicilie rex,
Andegavie, Barri et Lotoringie dux,
Pontis marchio,
Provincie, Cenomanie, Forcalquerii ac Pedemontis comes

(Oct 1438) [75: anno XI (1886); p.511]
Renatus Dei gratia Jerusalem et Sicilie Rex
Andegavie Barri et Lothoringie Dux
Pontis Marchio
Cenomanie Provincie et Forcalquerij ac Pedimontis Comes

(Mar 1441) [6: vol.2; p.241; Doc.# 14]
Renatus, Dei gracia Jerusalem et Sicilie rex,
Andegavie, Barri et Lotharingie dux,
Pontis marchio,
Cenomanie, Provincie et Forcalquerii ac Pedemontis comes






--- 1435/1442-1458 ( Alphonse [ V as King of Aragon ] )

Notes:
1. After Queen Joan II's death Duke René "the Good" of of Anjou, and King Alphonse V of Aragon, advanced claims to the Kingdom of Naples. In 1442, their struggle ended with Alphonse's victory.

King of Aragon, Sicily on this side & beyond of the lighthouse, Hungary, Jerusalem, Valencia, Majorca, Sardinia, Corsica;
Count of Barcelona;
Duke of Athens, Neopatria;
Count of Roussillon, Cerdagne;

@ Replaced:

- [1435] Sicily with Aragon, "Sicily on this side & beyond of the lighthouse", Valencia, Majorca, Sardinia, Corsica, Barcelona, Athenes, Neopatria, Roussillon, Cerdagne

@ Samples:

(Dec 1438) [4: Documents; V (Deux-Siciles); p.169; Doc.# XIX]
< Alphonse (+1458), King Aragon (Alphonse V) & Sicily 1416, of Naples 1435 >
D.Alfonso, per la gratia di Deu, re d'Aragona, di Sicilia dieza e dilla di lu Faru, di Valentia, di Hungria, di Hierusalem, di Majorca, di Sardigna e Corciga,
conti di Barsilona,
duca d'Athenas e di Neopatria et ancora
conti di Rosilio, ni e di Caritania

(Jan 1443) [55: p.153; Doc.# XLII]
Alfonsus dei gratia rex Aragonum, Sicilie citra et ultra farum, Valentie, Hierusalem, Hungarie, Maioricarum, Sardenia et Corsice,
comes Barchinone,
dux Athenarum et Neopatrie ac etiam
comes Russilionis et Ceritanie

(Dec 1449) [39: tomo 3, Doc.# 336 ]
Alfonsus, Dei gracia rex Aragonum, Sicilie citra et ultra Farum, Valencie, Hierusalem, Hungarie, Maioricarum, Sardinie et Corsice,
comes Barchinone,
dux Athenarum et Neopatrie, ac eciam
comes Rossilionis et Ceritanie

(July 1456) [5: p.370-371; Doc.# 235]
Alfonsus Dei gratia Rex Aranoium, Sicilie citra et ultra farum, Valentie, Hierusalem, Hungarie, Majoricarum, Sardinie et Corsice,
comes Barchinone,
Dux Athenarum et Neopatrie ac etiam
comes Rossilionis et Ceritanie






--- 1458-1476

King of Sicily, Jerusalem, Hungary;

@ Replaced:

- [1458] Aragon, "Sicily on this side & beyond of the lighthouse", Valencia, Majorca, Sardinia, Corsica, Barcelona, Athenes, Neopatria, Roussillon, Cerdagne with Sicily
After the death of King Alphonse V, the Crown of Naples passed to his bastard son Ferdinand; the Crowns of Aragon and Sicily passed to Alphonse V's brother John, King of Navarra (1458).

@ Samples:

(Dec 1458) [11: vol.8, p.62]
< Ferdinand I of Aragon (+1494), King of Naples 1458 >
Ferdinandus Dei gratia rex Sicilie Iherusalem et Hungarie

(Nov 1463) [55: p.156; Doc.# XLIII]
Ferdinandus dei gratia rex Sicilie, Hierusalem et Hungarie

(Nov 1468) [55: p.175; Doc.# XLVI]
Ferdinandus dei gratia rex Sicilie, Ierusalem et Hungarie

(Feb 1474) [55: p.190; Doc.# LI]
Ferdinandus dei gratia Rex Sicilie, Hierusalem et Hungarie

(Mar 1476) [80: volume I; p.16; Doc.# VII]
Ferdinandus dei gratia Rex Sicilie Hierusalem et Hungarie






>>> --- 1459-1461

Notes:
In 1459-1461, John of Anjou (+1470), a son of the former King René, tried to restore the Kingdom of Naples to his father.

@ Samples [Regents]:

(Sep 1460) [32: volume I; p.624]
< John of Anjou (+1470), Duke of Calabre, of Lorraine 1453; a son of King René (+1480) >
Iohannes Renati Regis Ierusalem et Sicilie et eius primogenitus
dux Calabrie et Lotharingie,
marchio Pontis et
eiusdem Regis in suo prefato regno Sicilie locumtenens et vicarius generalis






--- 1476-1495

King of Sicily, Jerusalem;

@ Removed:

- Hungary
Notes: In Dec 1476, Beatrice (+1508), a daughter of King Ferdinand I, married Matthias "Corvinus" of Hunyad, King of Hungary.

@ Replaced:

(Apr 1478) [75: anno XXI (1896); p.161; Doc.# X]
< Ferdinand I of Aragon (+1494), King of Naples 1458 >
Ferdinandus Dei gratia Rex Sicilie Hierusalem &c.

(May 1482) [98: p.178; Doc.# XXXIV]
Ferdinandus Dei gratia Rex Siciliae Hierusalem etc.

(July 1487) [80: volume I; p.18; Doc.# VIII]
Ferdinandus dei gratia Rex Sicilie hierusalem etc.

(May 1494) [96: II; p.127]
< Alphonse II (+1495), King of Naples [1494-1495] >
Alfonsus secundus Dei gratia Rex Sicilie, Hierusalem etc.

(July 1494) [95: volume IV; parte I (1869); p.198]
Alfonsus secundus Dei gratia Rex Sicilie, Hierusalem etc.

@ Samples [Regents]:

(May 1493) [36: vol.12; p.528]
< Alphonse II (+1495), Duke of Calabria; King of Naples [1494-1495] >
Alfonsus de Aragonia Dux Calabria
Primogenitus ac Vicarius Generalis Regis Siciliæ, &c.






--- 1495-1495 ( Charles [ VIII as King of France ] )

King of the Franks, Jerusalem, Sicily;

@ Added:

- [1494] the Franks
In Feb 1494, King Charles VIII of France, who had a claim to the Kingdom of Naples through his paternal grandmother Mary of Anjou, invaded the Kingdom of Naples, expelled King Alfonse II, and was crowned King of Naples.

@ Samples:

(Mar 1495, n.s.) [88: p.237; Doc.# V]
< Charles (+1498), King of France (Charles VIII) 1483, of Naples 1495 >
Carolus, Dei gratia rex Francorum, Sicilie et Hierusalem
+
regnorum nostrorum Francie anno XII, Sicilie vero primo.

(Apr 1495) [88: p.250; Doc.# IX]
Carolus, Dei gracia rex Francorum, Hierusalem, Sicilie, etc.

(May 1495) [75: anno XX (1895); p.577]
Carolus Dei gratia Rex Francorum Sicilie Hierusalem

(Dec 1495) [15: tome I; p.635]
Carolus, Dei gracia, Rex Francorum, Sicilie et Hyerusalem






--- 1495-1501

King of Sicily, Jerusalem;

@ Removed:

- [1495] the Franks
After King Charles VIII of France lost the battle at Fornovo in July 1495, he had to withdraw from Naples to France. His remaining garrisons in Naples were quickly subdued by Ferdinand II (+1496), the new King of Naples, and his allies.

@ Samples:

(Sep 1496) [94: volume II; p.426; Doc.# 32]
< Ferdinand II (+1496), King of Naples 1495 >
Ferdinandus secundus Dei gratia Rex Sicilie hierusalem etc.

(Oct 1496) [94: volume II; p.422; Doc.# 31]
< Frederick (+1504), King of Naples [1496-1501] >
Federicus Dei gratia Rex Sicilie hierusalem etc

(Nov 1498) [92: p.31]
Federicvs Dei gratia rex Siciliæ, Hierusalem &c.

(Sep 1499) [93: p.22; Doc.# VIII]
Federicus Dei Gratia Rex Sicilie, Hierusalem etc.
+
Regnorum nostrorum anno III






--- 1501-1504 ( Louis [ XII as King of France ] )

King of France, Naples, Jerusalem;
Duke of Milan;

@ Replaced:

- [1501] Sicily with France, Naples, Milan
In 1501, Louis XII, King of France and Duke of Milan, agreed to divide the Kingdom of Naples with Ferdinand II "the Catholic", King of Aragon and Sicily. The same year both the Kings conquered the Kingdom, Louis XII received the biggest part of the Kingdom with Naples, Ferdinand II received Apulia and Calabria.

@ Samples:

(Dec 1501) [18: p.103]
< Louis (+1515), Duke of Orléans [1466-1498], of Milan [1499-1512]; King of France (Louis XII) 1498, of Naples [1501-1504] >
Ludovicus, Dei gracia, Francorum, Neapolis et Jherusalem rex,
dux Mediolani etc.

@ Samples [Auxiliary]:

(June 1501) [75: anno II (1877); p.692; Doc.# E]
< Ferdinand "the Catholic" (+1516), King of Sicily 1468, of Aragon (Ferdinand II) 1479, of Naples (Ferdinand III) 1504; ~(1) 1474 Isabella (+1504), Queen of Castile 1474 >
Nos Ferdinandus et Helisabet dei gratia Rex et Regina Castelle legionis aragonum Sicilie granate toleti valentie galitie mayoricarum hispalis sardinie Cordube Corcice mursie giennis algarbii algezire gibiltariis et Insularum Canarie
Comes et Comitissa barchinone
domini biscaye et moline
duces Calabrie et apulie ac atenarum et neopatrie
Comites rossilionis et Ceritanie
marchiones oristani et gociani






--- 1504-1504 ( Ferdinand "the Catholic" )

King of Castile, Aragon, Leon, Sicily on this side & beyond of the lighthouse, Jerusalem, Granada, Toledo, Valencia, Galicia, Majorca, Seville, Sardinia, Cordova, Corsica, Murcia, Jaen, the Algarve, Algeciras, Gibraltar, the Canary Islands;
Count of Barcelona;
Lord of Biscay, Molina;
Duke of Athens, Neopatria;
Count of Roussillon, Cerdagne;
Margrave of Oristano, Goceano;

@ Replaced:

- [1504] France, Naples, Milan with Castile, Aragon, Leon, Sicily on this side & beyond of the lighthouse, Granada, Toledo, Valencia, Galicia, Majorca, Seville, Sardinia, Cordova, Corsica, Murcia, Jaen, the Algarve, Algeciras, Gibraltar, the Canary Islands, Barcelona, Biscay, Molina, Athens, Neopatria, Roussillon, Cerdagne, Oristano, Goceano
Ferdinand II "the Catholic", King of Aragon, conquered the whole Kingdom of Naples from King Louis XII of France (1504). Louis XII recognized the loss by the Peace of Blois (1504-1505).

@ Samples [Auxiliary]:

(Apr 1504) [74: p.139; Doc.# XI]
< Ferdinand "the Catholic" (+1516), King of Sicily 1468, of Aragon (Ferdinand II) 1479, of Naples (Ferdinand III) 1504; ~(1) 1474 Isabella (+1504), Queen of Castile 1474 >
Nos Ferdinandus et Elisabeth dei gratia Rex et Regina Castelle Legionis Aragonum Sicilie citra et ultra farum Hierusalem Granate Toleti Valencie Gallecie Maioricarum Hispalis Sardinie Cordube Corsice Murcie Gennis Algarbij Algezire Gibraltaris et Jnsularum Canarie,
Comes et Comitissa Barchinone
Dominj Vizcaje et Moline
Duces Athenarum et Neopatrie
Comes et Comitissa Rossilionis et Ceritanie
Marchiones Oristanni et Gociani






--- 1504-1506 ( Ferdinand "the Catholic" )

King of Aragon, Sicily on this side & beyond of the lighthouse, Jerusalem, Valencia, Majorca, Sardinia, Corsica;
Count of Barcelona;
Lord of the Indias, of the Ocean sea;
Duke of Athens, Neopatria;
Count of Roussillon, Cerdagne;
Margrave of Oristano, Goceano;

@ Added:

- the Indias, the Ocean sea

@ Removed:

-[1504] Castile, Leon, Granada, Toledo, Galicia, Seville, Cordova, Murcia, Jaen, the Algarve, Algeciras, Gibraltar, the Canary Islands, Biscay, Molina
The personal union Aragon with Castile ended with the death of Queen Isabella I of Castile (1504).

@ Samples:

(Dec 1504) [75: anno II (1877); p.705; Doc.# I] [117: p.131; Doc.# VII] < for Naples >
< Ferdinand "the Catholic" (+1516), King of Sicily 1468, of Aragon (Ferdinand II) 1479, of Naples (Ferdinand III) 1504; ~(1) 1474 Isabella (+1504), Queen of Castile 1474 >
Nos ferdinandus dei gratia Rex aragonum Sicilie citra et ultra farum Jherusalem valentie maioricarum sardine corsice
Comes barchinone
dominus Indiarum maris oceani
dux athenarum et neopatrie
comes rossilionis et ceritanie
marchio oristani et gotiani
administrator et gubernator Regnorum Castelle et legionis ac granata pro serenissima regina Joanna filia nostra carissima etc.






--- 1506-1512 ( Ferdinand "the Catholic" )

King of Aragon, Sicily on this side & beyond of the lighthouse, Jerusalem, Valencia, Majorca, Sardinia, Corsica;
Count of Barcelona;
Duke of Athens, Neopatria;
Count of Roussillon, Cerdagne;
Margrave of Oristano, Goceano;

@ Removed:

- the Indias of the Ocean sea
By the Treaty of Villafáfila King Ferdinand II of Aragon renounced in favour to of his daughter, Queen Joan I of Castile, his rights in America (June 1506).

@ Samples:

(May 1507) [55: p.462; Doc.# XXIX] < for Naples >
< Ferdinand "the Catholic" (+1516), King of Sicily 1468, of Aragon (Ferdinand II) 1479, of Naples (Ferdinand III) 1504; ~(1) 1474 Isabella (+1504), Queen of Castile 1474 >
Nos Ferdinandus dei gratia rex Aragonum, Sicilie citra et ultra farum, Hierusalem, Valentie, Maioricarum, Sardinie, Corsice,
comes Barchinone,
dux Athenarum et Neopatrie,
comes Roxilionis et Ceritanie,
marchio Orestani et Gotiani

@ Samples [Governors]:

(June 1509) [55: p.239; Doc.# LX]
< John II of Aragon (+1512), Count of Ribagorza 1485 >
Iohannes de Aragonia, comes Ripacursie,
castellanus Amposte eiusdem
catholice maiestatis vice rex,
capitaneus et locumtenens generalis in provintiis terrarum Bari, Hydronti et Capitanate






--- 1512-1516 ( Ferdinand "the Catholic" )

King of Aragon, Navarra, Sicily on this side & beyond of the lighthouse, Jerusalem, Valencia, Majorca, Sardinia, Corsica;
Count of Barcelona;
Duke of Athens, Neopatria;
Count of Roussillon, Cerdagne;
Margrave of Oristano, Goceano;

@ Added:

- [1512] Navarra
King Ferdinand conquered the Southern part of the Kingdom of Navarra (1512).






--- 1516-1519 ( Joan III & Charles [ V as Emperor ] )

King of Castile, Aragon, both Sicilies, Jerusalem, Leon, Navarra, Granada, Toledo, Valencia, Galicia, Majorca, Sevilla, Sardinia, Cordova, Corsica, Murcia, Jaen, the Algarves, Algeciras, Gibraltar, the Islands of Canary, the Islands of the Indias, Mainland of the Ocean sea;
Archduke of Austria;
Duke of Burgundy, Brabant;
Count of Barcelona, Flanders, Tyrol;
Lord of Biscay, Molina;
Duke of Athens, Neopatria;
Count of Roussillon, Cerdagne;
Margrave of Oristano, Goceano;

@ Added:

- [1516] Castile, Leon, Granada, Toledo, Galicia, Sevilla, Cordova, Murcia, Jaen, the Algarves, Algeciras, Gibraltar, the Islands of Canary, the Indias, Mainland of the Ocean sea, Austria, Burgundy, Brabant, Flanders, Tyrol, Biscay, Molina
Joan "the Mad" (+1555), Queen of Castile, the widow of Philip of Austria, Duke of Brabant, Count of Flandres, etc., succeeded her father Ferdinand "the Catholic" in Aragon, Naples and Sicily (1516). Her son, Charles of Austria (+1558), became her co-ruler.

@ Samples:

(Jan 1517) [5: p.478-479; Doc.# 293] < for Naples >
< Joan "the Mad" (+1555), Queen of Castile 1504, of Aragon, Sicily 1516, of Naples (Joan III) [1516-1554]; with her son & co-ruler (since 1516) Charles (+1558), the Roman Emperor (Charles V) 1519, King of Spain (Charles I) [1516-1556], of Naples [1515-1554] >
Nos Joanna et Carolus, eius filius primogenitus, Dei gracia, reges Castellæ, Aragonum, Legionis, utriusque Siciliæ, Hierusalem, Navarræ, Granatæ, Toleti, Valentiæ, Galletiæ, Majoricarum, Hispalis, Sardiniæ, Cardubæ, Corsicæ, Murciæ, Gieninis, Algarbi, Algeziræ, Gibraltaris, ac insularum Canariæ, nec non insularum Indiarum et terre firmæ Maris Oceani,
archiduces Austriæ,
duces Burgundiæ et Bravantiæ,
comites Barchinonæ, Flandriæ et Tiroli,
domini Vizcaiæ et Molinæ,
duces Athenarum et Neopatriæ,
comites Rossilionis et Ceritaniæ,
marchiones Oristani et Gotiani






--- 1519-1554 ( Joan III & Charles [ V as Emperor ] )

Emperor of the Romans;
King of Germany;
King of Castile, Aragon, both Sicilies, Jerusalem, Hungary, Dalmatia, Croatia, Leon, Navarra, Granada, Toledo, Valencia, Galicia, Majorca, Sevilla, Sardinia, Cordova, Corsica, Murcia, Jaen, the Algarves, Algeciras, Gibraltar, the Islands of Canary, the Islands of the Indias, Mainland of the Ocean sea;
Archduke of Austria;
Duke of Burgundy, Brabant;
Count of Barcelona, Flanders, Tyrol;
Lord of Biscay, Molina;
Duke of Athens, Neopatria;
Count of Roussillon, Cerdagne;
Margrave of Oristano, Goceano;

@ Added:

- [1519] the Romans, Germany, Hungary, Dalmatia, Croatia
In 1519, King Charles (+1558), inherited the possessions and claims of the House of Austria, after the death of his grandfather Emperor Maximilian I (1519).
Notes:
1. The House of Austria had claimed the Crown of Hungary since 1459, when the Hungarian nobles opposed to their King Matthias "the Corvinus" elected Emperor Frederick III, Maximilian's father, King of Hungary.
2. The Crown of Hungary included the Kingdoms of Hungary, Dalmatia, Croatia, Dalmatia, etc.
3. In 1519, the Princes-Electors of the Holy Roman Empire elected King Charles (+1558) as Emperor of the Romans and King of Germany (Charles V).

@ Samples:

(Mar 1536) [84: p.107; Doc.# III] < for Naples >
< Joan "the Mad" (+1555), Queen of Castile 1504, of Aragon, Sicily 1516, of Naples (Joan III) [1516-1554]; with her son & co-ruler (since 1516) Charles (+1558), the Roman Emperor (Charles V) 1519, King of Spain (Charles I) [1516-1556], of Naples [1515-1554] >
Carolus divina favente clementia Romanorum imperator semper augustus,
rex Germaniae etc.
Johanna mater et idem Carolus Dei gratia reges Castellae, Aragonum, utrinsque Siciliae, Hierusalem, Hungariae, Dalmatiae, Croatiae, Legionis, Navarrae, Granatae, Toleti, Valenzae, Gallitiae, Majoricarnm, Hispalis, Sardiniae, Cordubae, Corsicae, Murtiae, Giennis, Algarbii, Algezirae, Gibraltaris, Insularum Canariae, Insularumque Indiarum et Terrae firmae Maris Oceani,
arciduces Austriae,
duces Burguntiae et Brabantiae,
comites Barcinonae, Flandriae et Tirolis,
comites Rossilionis et Ceritaniae,
marchionesque Oristanni et Gotiani

@ Samples [Auxiliary]:

(Feb 1527) [109: tomus 9 (1876); p.38; Doc.# 41]
< Bona Sforza (+1557), Princess of Bari 1521; a daughter of Duke John-Galeazzo of Milan; ~ 1518 Sigismund I (+1548), King of Poland >
Bona, Dei gratia, regina Poloniae,
magna dux Lithvaniae,
Mediolani Barique princeps,
Rossani, Russiae, totiusque Prussiae domina

(Feb 1528) [85: anno IX (1938); fascicolo III; p.317; Doc.# I]
Sigismundus et Bona Dei gratia Rex et Regina Polonie
Magni Duces Lithuanie
Mediolani Barique Princes
Rossani Russie Prussieque etc. Domini et Heredes

(Jan 1554) [110: p.218; Doc.# VIII]
Bona Sfortia de Aragonia Dei gratia Regina vidua Poloniae
Magna Dux Lithuaniae
Barique Princeps
Rossani Russiae Prussiae Masoviae etc. Domina






--- 1554-1556 ( Philip [ as II in Spain ] )

King of England, France, the Hither Sicily, Jerusalem, Ireland;
Archduke of Austria;
Duke of Burgundy, Milan, Brabant;
Count of Habsburg, Flanders, Tyrol;

@ Replaced:

- [1554] the Romans, Germany, Castile, Aragon, both Sicilies, Jerusalem, Hungary, Dalmatia, Croatia, Leon, Navarra, Granada, Toledo, Valencia, Galicia, Majorca, Sevilla, Sardinia, Cordova, Corsica, Murcia, Jaen, the Algarves, Algeciras, Gibraltar, the Islands of Canary & India, Barcelona, Biscay, Molina, Athens, Neopatria, Roussillon, Cerdagne, Oristano, Goceano with England, France, the Hither Sicily, Milan, Habsburg
Charles (+1558), the Roman Emperor (Charles V) and King of Spain, ceded the Kingdom of Naples to his son Philip, Duke of Milan, and the husband of Queen Mary I of England (1554).

@ Samples:

(Aug 1555) [85: anno IX (1938); fascicolo III; p.319; Doc.# II] < for Naples >
< Philip (+1598), Duke of Milan; King of Naples 1554, of Castile (Philip II) & Aragon 1556, of Portugal 1581; ~ (2) 1554 Mary I (+1558), Queen of England >
Philippus Dei gratia anglie francie citerioris sicilie hierusalem et hibernie rex
fidei defensor
princeps hispaniarum
archidux austrie
dux burgundie mediolani et brabancie
comes hasbispurgii flandrie et tiroli etc.






--- 1556-1558 ( Philip [ as II in Spain ] )

King of Castile, Aragon, Leon, both Sicilies, Jerusalem, England, France, Ireland, Hungary, Dalmatia, Croatia, Navarra, Granada, Toledo, Valencia, Galicia, Majorca, Sevilla, Sardinia, Cordova, Corsica, Murcia, Jaen, the Algarves, Algeciras, Gibraltar, the Islands of Canary, the Islands of Indias, Mainland of the Ocean sea;
Archduke of Austria;
Duke of Burgundy, Brabant, Milan;
Count of Barcelona, Flanders, Tyrol;
Lord of Biscay, Molina;
Duke of Athens, Neopatria;
Count of Roussillon, Cerdagne;
Margrave of Oristano, Goceano;

@ Replaced:

- [1556] the Hither Sicily, Habsburg with Castile, Aragon, both Sicilies, Jerusalem, Hungary, Dalmatia, Croatia, Leon, Navarra, Granada, Toledo, Valencia, Galicia, Majorca, Sevilla, Sardinia, Cordova, Corsica, Murcia, Jaen, the Algarves, Algeciras, Gibraltar, Canary, Indias, Mainland of the Ocean sea, Barcelona, Biscay, Molina, Athens, Neopatria, Roussillon, Cerdagne, Oristano, Goceano
Philip (+1598), King of Naples and Duke of Milan, became King of Spain and Sicily after of the abdication of his father Charles (1556).

@ Samples:

(Jan 1557) [92: p.158] < for Naples >
< Philip (+1598), Duke of Milan; King of Naples 1554, of Castile (Philip II) & Aragon 1556, of Portugal 1581; ~ (2) 1554 Mary I (+1558), Queen of England >
Philippvs Dei gratia, Rex Castellæ, Aragonum, Legionis, vtriusque Siciliæ, Hierusalem, Angliæ, Franciæ, Hiberniæ, Hungariaæ, Dalmatiæ, Croatiæ, Nauarræ, Granatæ,Toleti, Valentiæ, Galitiæ, Maioricarum, Hispalis, Sardiniæ, Cordubæ, Corsicæ, Murtiæ, Giennis, Algarbiorum, Algeziræ, Gibraltaris, Insularum Canariæ, necnon Insularum Indiarum, terræ firmæ, maris Oceani,
Archidux Austriæ,
Dux Burgundiæ, Brabantiæ, & Mediolani,
Comes Barcinonæ, Flandriæ, Tirolis,
Dominus Viscaiæ, & Molinæ,
Dux Athenarum, & Neopatriæ,
Comes Rossilionis, & Ceritaniæ,
Marchio Oristanni, & Gotiani, &c.
+
Regnorum autem nostrorum uidelicet.Hispaniarum, & vlterioris Siciliæ secundo, Angliæ vero, Franciæ, citerioris Siciliæ, Hierusalem, & Hiberniæ quarto






--- 1558-1581 ( Philip [ as II in Spain ] )

King of Castile, Aragon, both Sicilies, Jerusalem, Hungary, Dalmatia, Croatia, Leon, Navarra, Granada, Toledo, Valencia, Galicia, Majorca, Sevilla, Sardinia, Cordova, Corsica, Murcia, Jaen, the Algarves, Algeciras, Gibraltar, the Islands of Canary, the Islands of Indias, Mainland of the Ocean sea;
Archduke of Austria;
Duke of Burgundy, Brabant;
Count of Barcelona, Flanders, Tyrol;
Lord of Biscay, Molina;
Duke of Athens, Neopatria;
Count of Roussillon, Cerdagne;
Margrave of Oristano, Goceano;

@ Removed:

- [1558] England, France, Ireland
The union of Naples and England ended with the death of Mary I, Queen of England, the second wife of King Philip II of Spain and Naples (1558).

@ Samples:

(Feb 1580) [92: p.171] < for Naples >
< Philip (+1598), Duke of Milan; King of Naples 1554, of Castile (Philip II) & Aragon 1556, of Portugal 1581; ~ (2) 1554 Mary I (+1558), Queen of England >
Philippvs Dei Gratia, Rex Castellæ, Aragonum, Legionis, vtriusque Siciliæ, Hierusalem, Vngariaæ, Dalmatiæ, Croatiæ, Nauarræ, Granatæ, Toleti, Valentiæ, Galitiæ, Maioricarum, Hispalis, Sardiniæ, Cordubæ, Corsicæ, Murtiæ, Giennis, Algarbiorum, Algeziræ, Gibraltaris, Insularum Canariæ, necnon Insularum Indiarum, Terræ firmæ, Maris Oceani,
Archidux Austriæ,
Dux Burgundiæ, Brabantiæ, & Mediolani,
Comes Barcinonæ, [Flandriæ] & Tirolis,
Dominus Viscaiæ, & Molinæ,
Dux Athenarum, & Neopatriæ,
Comes Rossilionis, & Ceritaniæ,
Marchio Oristanni, & Gotiani, &c.






--- 1581-1668

King of Castile, Aragon, Leon, both Sicilies, Jerusalem, Portugal, Hungary, Dalmatia, Croatia, Navarra, Granada, Toledo, Valencia, Galicia, Majorca, Sevilla, Sardinia, Cordova, Corsica, Murcia, Jaen, the Algarves, Algeciras, Gibraltar, the Islands of Canary, the Islands of East & West Indias, Mainland of the Ocean sea;
Archduke of Austria;
Duke of Burgundy, Brabant, Milan, Athenas, Neopatria;
Count of Habsburg, Flanders, Tyrol, Barcelona, Roussillon, Cerdagne;
Margrave of Oristano, Goceano;

@ Replaced:

- the Indias, Biscay, Molina with Portugal, "East & West Indias", Habsburg
King Philip II introduced the new version of the Aragonese royal title, which among other things reflected his acquisition of Portugal in 1581.

@ Samples:

(May 1591) [84: p.116; Doc.# V] < for Naples >
< Philip (+1598), King of Naples 1554, of Spain (Philip II) & Sicily 1556, of Portugal 1581 >
Philippus Dei gratia Rex Castellae, Aragonum, Legionis, utriusque Siciliae, Hierusalem, Portugaliae, Hungariae, Dalmatiae, Croatiae, Navarrae, Granatae, Toleti, Valentiae, Galleciae, Majoricarum, Hispalis, Sardiniae, Cordubae, Corsicae, Murtiae, Giennis, Algarbii, Algezirae, Gibraltaris, Insularum Canarine, nec non Indiarum orientalium et occidentalium, Insularum ac terrae firmae maris Oceani :
Archidux Austriae :
Dux Burgundiae, Brabantiae, Mediolani, Athenarum et Neopatriae :
Comes Habspurgi, Flandriae, Tyrolis, Barcinonae, Rossilionis, et Ceritaniae :
Marchio Oristanni et Goceani

(Jan 1648) [57: vol.III; p.61] < for Naples >
< Philip (+1665), King of Spain (Philip IV), Naples, Sicily 1621>
Philippus Dei Gratia Rex Castellae, Aragonum, Legionis, utriusque Siciliae, Jerusalem, Portugalliae, Ungariae, Dalmatiae, Croaciae, Navarrae, Granatae, Toleti, Valenciae, Galleciae, Maioricarum, Hispalis, Sardiniae, Cordubae, Corsicae, Murciae, Giennis, Algarbii, Algezirae, Gibrallaris, Insularum Canarie nec non Indiarum Orientalium et Occidentalium, Insularum ac Terrae firmae maris Oceani;
Archidux Austriae,
Dux Burgundiae, Brabantiae, Modiolani, Atenarum, et Neopatriae;
Comes Habspurgii, Flandriae, Tyrolis, Barcinonae, Rossilionis, et Ceritaniae;
Marchio Oristanni, et Goceani etc.

(Oct 1666) [80: volume II; p.75-76; Doc.# XXI] < for Naples >
< Charles (+1700), King of Spain (Charles II), Naples & Sicily 1665 >
Carolus Dei Gratia Rex Castellæ, Aragonum, Legionis, Utriusque Siciliæ, Hierusalem, Portugaliæ, Hungariæ, Dalmatiæ, Croatiæ, Navarræ, Granatæ, Toleti, Valentiæ, Galleciæ, Maioricarum, Hispalis, Sardiniæ, Cordubæ, Corsicæ, Murtiæ, Giennis, Algarbii, Algeziræ, Gibraltaris, Insularum Canariæ, nec non Indiarum Orientalium et Occidentalium Insularum ac Terræ firmæ Maris Oceani,
Archidux Austriæ,
Dux Burgundiæ, Brabantiæ, Mediolani, Atthenarum et Neopatriæ,
Comes Abspurgii, Flandriæ, Tyrolis, Barcinonæ, Rossilionis et Ceritaniæ,
Marchio Oristani et Goceani et
Donna Marianna ab Austria Regina eius Mater tanquam Tutrix et Curatrix






--- 1668-1711

King of Castile, Aragon, Leon, both Sicilies, Jerusalem, Hungary, Dalmatia, Croatia, Navarra, Granada, Toledo, Valencia, Galicia, Majorca, Sevilla, Sardinia, Cordova, Corsica, Murcia, Jaen, the Algarves, Algeciras, Gibraltar, the Islands of Canary, the Islands of East & West Indias, Mainland of the Ocean sea;
Archduke of Austria;
Duke of Burgundy, Brabant, Milan, Athenas, Neopatria;
Count of Habsburg, Flanders, Tyrol, Barcelona, Roussillon, Cerdagne;
Margrave of Oristano;
Count of Goceano;

@ Removed:

- [1668] Portugal
The King of Spain recognized the independence of Portugal by the Treaty of Lisbon (February 13, 1668).


@ Replaced:

- Goceano (Margraviate) with Goceano (County)

@ Samples:

(July 1690) [101: tomus II (1726); p.1397-1398; Doc.# CLIX] < for Naples >
< King Charles' grant of Fondi to Count Henry of Mansfeld >
< Charles (+1700), King of Spain (Charles II), Naples & Sicily 1665 >
Carolus Dei Gratia Rex Castellæ, Aragonum, Legionis, utriusque Siciliæ, Hierusalem, Hungariæ, Dalmatiæ, Croatiæ, Navarræ, Granatæ, Toleti, Valentiæ, Galletiæ, Majoricarum, Hispalis, Sardinia, Cordubæ, Corsicæ, Murtiæ, Giennis, Algarbii, Algeziræ, Gibraltaris, Insularum Canariæ, nec non Indiarum Orientalium, & Occidentalium Insularum, ac Terræ firmæ Maris Oceani;
Archi-Dux Austriæ,
Dux Burgundiæ, Brabantiæ, Mediolani, Athenarum & Neopatriæ;
Comes Habspurgii, Flandriæ, Tyrolis, Barcinonæ, Rossilionis & Ceritaniæ;
Marchio Oristani &
Comes Goceanæ

@ Samples [Auxiliary]:

(Nov 1716) [119: p.55] < for Naples >
< Diploma del titolo di Marchese di S Vincenzo Ferreri >
< Philip (+1746), King of Spain (Philip V) [1700-1724; 1724-1746], of Naples >
Philippus Dei gratia Rex Casellae, Aragonum, Legionis, Utriusque Siciliae, Hierusalem, Hungariae, Dalmatiae, Croatiae, Navarrae, Granatae, Toledi, Valentiae, Galleciae, Maioricarum, Hispalis, Sardiniae, Cardubae, Corcirae, Murtiae, Giennij, Algarvij, Algezirae, Gibraltaris, Insularum Canariae, nec non Indiarum Orientalium et Occidentalium, Insularum ae Terrae Firmae Maris Oceani, Archidux Austriae,
Dux Burgundiae, Brabantiae, Mediolani, Athenarum et Neopatriae,
Comes Aubspurgh, Flandriae, Tirolis, Barcinonae, Rossilionis et Ceritaniae,
Marchio Cristani et
Comes Goceani etc.






--- 1711-1734

Emperor of the Romans;
King of Germany, Castile, Aragon, Leon, both Sicilies, Jerusalem, Hungary, Bohemia, Dalmatia, Croatia, Navarra, Grenada, Toledo, Valencia, Galicia, Majorca, Sevilla, Sardinia, Cordova, Corsica, Murcia, Jaen, the Algarve, Algeciras, Gibraltar, the Canary Islands, the Islands of East & West Indias, Mainland of the Ocean sea;
Archduke of Austria;
Duke of Burgundy, Brabant, Milan, Styria, Carinthia, Carniola, Luxemburg, Württemberg, the Upper & Lower Silesia, Athens, Neopatria;
Prince of Swabia;
Margrave of the Holy Roman Empire, of Burgau, Moravia, the Upper & Lower Lusatia;
Count of Habsburg, Flanders, Tyrol, Barcelona, Ferrette, Kyburg, Goritia, Roussillon, Cerdagne;
Landgrave of Alsace;
Margrave of Oristano;
Count of Gociano;
Lord of the Wendish Mark, Portenau, Biscay, Molina, Salins, Tripoli, Mechelen;

@ Added:

- [1711] Romans, Germany, Bohemia, Styria, Carinthia, Carniola, Luxemburg, Württemberg, the Upper & Lower Silesia, Swabia, "the Margraviate of the Holy Roman Empire", Burgau, Moravia, the Upper & Lower Lusatia, Ferrette, Kyburg, Goritia, Alsace, the Wendish Mark, Portenau, Biscay, Molina, Salins, Tripoli, Mechelen
The new version of the Royal title was introduced a new position of King Charles (+1740), who succeeded his brother Joseph I in Hungary, Bohemia, and the Habsburg hereditary possessions (Austia, Styria, Carinthia, Tyrol, etc.) (1711).
Notes: In 1707 the Austrian troops, which supported Charles (+1740), the claimant to the Spanish throne, occupied the Kingdom during the War of the Spanish Succession. In 1713 the Peace of Utrecht confirmed Charles' possession of Naples.


@ Samples:

(Jan 1717) [89: p.263] < for Naples >
< Charles (+1740), Emperor of the Romans 1711; King of Spain (Charles "III") [1703-1712], of Naples [1703-1734], of Sicily [1720-1734] >
Carolus Divina favente clementia Romanorum Imperator semper Augustus,
Rex Germaniæ, Castellæ, Aragonum, Legionis, Utriusque Siciliæ, Hyerusalem, Hungariæ, Bohemiæ, Dalmatiæ, Croatiæ, Navarræ, Granatæ, Toleti, Valentiæ, Galletiæ, Majoricarum, Hispalis, Sardiniæ, Cordubæ, Corsicæ, Murtiæ, Giennis, Algarbrii, Algeciræ, Gibraltar et Insularum Canariæ, n?? non Indiarum Orientalium & Occidentalium, Insularum, ?? Terræ firmæ Maris Oceani,
Archidux Austriæ,
Dux Burgundie, Brabantie, Mediolani, Stirie, Carintie, Carniolæ, Luxemburgi, Virtemberg, Superioris & inferioris Silesie, Athenarum, & Neopatrie,
Princeps Svevie,
Marchio S. R. Imperii, Burgovie, Moravie, Superioris, & inferioris Lusatie,
Comes Abspurgi, Flandrie, Tirolis, Barcinone, Ferretis, Kiburgi, Gorithie, Rossillonis, & Ceritaniæ,
Landgravius Alsatie,
Marchio Oristani, &
Comes Gocceani,
Dominus Marche Sclavonie, Portus Naonis, Viscaje, Moline, Salinarum, Tripolis, & Mechlinie, etc.

(Dec 1730) [35: ] < for Naples >
< Il titolo di città a Piedimonte d’Alife >
Carolus VI Divina Favente Clementia Romanorum Imperator semper Augustus,
Rex Germaniae, Castellae, Aragonum, Legionis, Utriusque Siciliae, Hierusalem, Hungariae, Bohemiae, Dalmatiae, Croatiae, Navarrae, Granatae, Toleti, Valentiae, Galletiae, Maioricarum, Hispalis, Sardiniae, Corudubae, Corsicae, Murtiae, Giennis, Algarbii, Algeriae, Gibraltaris, Insularum Canariae, nec non Indiarum Orientalium, et Occidentalium Insularum, ac Terrae firmae, Maris Oceani,
Archidux Austriae,
Dux Burgundiae, Brabantia, Mediolani, Stiriae, Carintiae, Carniolae, Luxemburgi, Wirtemberg, superioris et Inferioris, Silesiae, Athenarum, et Neopatriae.
Princeps Sveviae,
Marchio S. R. I., Burgoviae, Moraviae, Superioris et Inferioris, Lusatiae,
Comes Absurgij, Flandriae, Tirolis, Barchinonae, Ferreti, Kiburgi, Goritiae, Rossilionis, et Ceritaniae,
Landgravius Alsatiae,
Marchio Oristani, et
Comes Goceani,
Dominus Marchae Sclavoniae, Portus Naonis, Vizcayae, Molinae, Salinarum, Tripolis, et Merchliniae, etc.

(July 1734) [107: knjiga 8; svezak 19 (Prosinac 1929); p.80] < for Naples >
< Grofovska diploma don Joannes-Felixa Munoz de Avalos >
Carolus VI. Divina Favente Clementia Electus Romanorum Imperator Semper augustus,
Rex Germaniae, Castellae, Aragonum, Legionis, Vtriusque Siciliae, Jerusalem, Hungariae, Bohemiae, Dalmatiae, Croatiae, Navarrae, Granatae, Toleti, Valentiae, Galletiae, Maioricarum, Hispalis, Sardiniae, Cordubae, Corsicae, Murtiae, Giennis, Algarbij, Algecirae, Gibra1taris, Insularum Canariae, nec non Indiarum Orientalium, et Occidentalium, Insularum, ac Terrae Firmae Maris Occeani,
Archidux Austriae,
Dux Burgundiae, Brabantiae, Mediolani, Stiriae, Carinthiae, Carniolae, Luxemburgi, Wirtemberg, Superioris, et Inferioris Silesiae, Athenarum, et Neopatriae,
Princeps Sueviae,
Marchio S. R. Imperij, Burgoviae, Moraviae, Superioris, et Inferioris Lusatiae,
Comes Abspurgij, Flandriae, Tirolis, Barchinonae, Ferreti, Kiburgi, Goritiae, Rossilionis, et Ceritaniae,
Landgravius Alsatiae,
Marchio Oristani, et
Comes Gocceani,
Dominus Marchae Sclavoniae, Portus Naonis, Vizcaijae, Molinae, Salinarum, Tripolis, et Mechliniae &c.






--- 1734-1759 ( Charles [ as III in Spain ] )

King of both Sicilies, Jerusalem;
Duke of Parma, Piacenza, Castro;

@ Replaced:

- [1734] Castile, Aragon, Leon, Hungary, Bohemia, Dalmatia, Croatia, Navarra, Grenada, Toledo, Valencia, Galicia, Majorca, Sevilla, Sardinia, Cordova, Corsica, Murcia, Jaen, the Algarve, Algeciras, Gibraltar, the Canary Islands, East & West Indias, Mainland of the Ocean sea, Austria, Burgundy, Brabant, Milan, Styria, Carinthia, Carniola, Luxemburg, Württemberg, the Upper & Lower Silesia, Athens, Neopatria, Swabia, "the Margraviate of the Holy Roman Empire", Burgau, Moravia, the Upper & Lower Lusatia, Habsburg, Flanders, Tyrol, Barcelona, Ferrette, Kyburg, Goritia, Roussillon, Cerdagne, Alsace, Oristano, Gociano, the Wendish Mark, Portenau, Biscay, Molina, Salins, Tripoli, Mechelen with Parma, Piacenza, Castro
During the War of the Polish Succession, Charles of Bourbon (+1788), Duke of Parma and Piacenza, conquered Naples and Sicily (1734),
Notes: 1. Emperor Charles VI recognized the losses by the Treaty of Vienna in 1735.
2. John-Gaston (+1737), the last Grand Duke of Tuscany from the Medici House, recognized Charles of Bourbon as his heir.
3. In 1748, the Treaty of Aix-la-Chapelle assigned Parma and Piacenza to Philip, a younger brother of Charles of Bourbon.

@ Samples:

(Oct 1753) [27: tomus II; p.783; Doc.# 6]
< Charles (+1788), Duke of Parma [1731-1735], King of Naples & Sicily [1734-1759], King of Spain (Charles III) [1759-1788] >
D. Carlo per la grazia di Dio Re delle Due Sicilie, di Gerusalemme &c.
Infante di Spagna,
Duca di Parma, Piacenza, Castro &c.
Gran Principe Ereditario di Toscana &c. &c.






--- 1759-1759 ( Charles [ as III in Spain ] )

King of Castile, Leon, Aragon, both Sicilies, Jerusalem, Navarra, Granada, Toledo, Valencia, Galicia, Majorca, Sevilla, Sardinia, Cordova, Corsica, Murcia, Jaen, the Algarve, Algeciras, Gibraltar, the Islands of Canary, the Islands of East & West Indias, Mainland of the Ocean sea;
Archduke of Austria;
Duke of Burgundy, Brabant, Milan, Parma, Piacenza, Castro;
Count of Habsburg, Flanders, Tyrol, Barcelona;
Lord of Biscay, Molina

@ Added:

- [1759] Castile, Aragon, Navarra, Granada, Toledo, Valencia, Galicia, Leon, Majorca, Sevilla, Sardinia, Cordova, Corsica, Murcia, Jaen, the Algarve, Algeciras, Gibraltar, the Canary Islands, East & West Indias, Mainland of the Ocean sea, Austria, Burgundy, Brabant, Milan, Habsburg, Flanders, Tyrol, Barcelona, Biscay, Molina
King Charles (+1788) succeeded his brother Ferdinand VI in Spain (1759).

@ Samples:

(6 Oct 1759) [106: libro III; p.370] [91: año VIII (Marzo-Abril 1960) / Número 39; p.155]
< Charles (+1788), Duke of Parma [1731-1735], King of Naples & Sicily [1734-1759], King of Spain (Charles III) [1759-1788] >
Noi Carlo III per la grazia di Dio Re di Castiglia, Leone, Aragona, delle due Sicilie, Gerusalemme, Navarra, Granata, Toledo, Valenza, Galizia, Majorca, Siviglia, Sardegna, Cordova, Corsica, Murcia, Jaen, Algarves, Algezira, Gibilterra, delle Isole Canarie, delle Indie Orientali ed Occidentali, delle Isole e Continente del Mare Oceano;
Arciduca d' Austria;
Duca di Borgogna, Brabante, Milano, Parma, Piacenza e Castro;
Gran Principe Ereditario di Toscana;
Conte di Abspurg, Fiandra, Tirolo, e Barcellona;
Signore dì Biscaglia, e Malines &c. &c.






--- 1759-1806 ( Ferdinand IV )

King of both Sicilies, Jerusalem;
Duke of Parma, Piacenza, Castro;

@ Removed:

- [1759] Castile, Aragon, Navarra, Granada, Toledo, Valencia, Galicia, Leon, Majorca, Sevilla, Sardinia, Cordova, Corsica, Murcia, Jaen, the Algarve, Algeciras, Gibraltar, the Canary Islands, East & West Indias, the Islands & Mainland of the Ocean sea, Austria, Burgundy, Brabant, Milan, Habsburg, Flanders, Tyrol, Barcelona, Biscay, Molina
King Charles (+1788) ceded the Crowns of Naples and Sicily to his son Ferdinand (+1824) after he became King of Spain (Oct 1759).

@ Samples:

(Sep 1778) [68: tome III; p.46; Doc.# 6]
< Ferdinand (+1825), King of Naples (Ferdinand IV) [1759-1806; 1815-], of Sicily (Ferdinand III) 1759, of both Sicilies (Ferdinand I) 1816 >
Ferdinando per la grazia di dio Re delle due Sicilie, di Gerusalemme etc.
Infante di Spagna,
Duca di Parma, Piacenza, Castro etc. etc.
Gran Principe Ereditario di Toscana etc. etc. etc.

(May 1796) [69: partie II; p.106]
Ferdinando IV per la grazia di Dio, re delle due Sicilie, di Gerusalemme, etc.
infante di Spagna,
duca di Parma, Piacenza, Castro, etc. etc.,
gran principe ereditario di Toscana, etc. etc. etc.

(May 1805) [115: Appendice de documenti; p.66; Doc. # XXVIII]
Ferdinandus IV. Dei gratia Rex utriusque Siciliæ, Hierusalem,
Hispaniarum Infant,
Dux Parmæ , Placentiæ, Castri, ??
Magnus Princeps Hereditarius Hetruriæ






--- 1806-1808 ( Joseph Bonaparte )

-- the 1st form

King of Naples, Sicily;

@ Replaced:

- [1806] both Sicilies, Jerusalem, Parma, Piacenza, Castro with Naples, Sicily
King Ferdinand fled to Sicily, and Emperor Napoleon I of France installed his brother Joseph as King of Naples (1806).

@ Samples:

(Sep 1806) [75: anno XXVI (1901); p.276]
< Joseph Bonaparte (+1844), King of Naples [1806-1808], of Spain [1808-1813] >
Giuseppe Napoleone per la grazia di Dio Re di Napoli e di Sicilia,
Principe Francese,
Grande Elettore dell'Impero

(Mar 1807) [86: (1813); anno 1807; tomo I; edizione II; p.141; Doc.# 71]
Giuseppe Napoleone, per la grazia di Dio Re di Napoli e di Sicilia,
Principe Francese,
Grand' Elettore dell' Impero

(Aug 1807) [87: vol.I; p.46; Doc.# 20]
Giuseppe Napoleone, per la grazia di Dio Re di Napoli e di Sicilia,
Principe francese, e
Grand' elettore dell' Impero


-- the 2nd form

King of Naples, Sicily;

@ Samples:

(Aug 1806) [87: vol.I; p.3; Doc.# 2]
< Joseph Bonaparte (+1844), King of Naples [1806-1808], of Spain [1808-1813] >
Giuseppe Napoleone Re di Napoli e di Sicilia

(Dec 1807) [62: p.127]
Giuseppe Napoleone Re di Napoli e di Sicilia

(Jan 1808) [64: p.185]
Giuseppe Napoleone Re di Napoli e di Sicilia

@ Samples [Auxiliary]:

(Mar 1806) [87: vol.I; p.1; Doc.# 1]
Noi Giuseppe Napoleone Bonaparte Principe Francese,
Grande Elettore Dell'impero,
Luogotenente Dell'imperatore,
Comandante In Capo L'armata Di Napoli






--- 1808-1815 ( Joachim Murat )

-- the 1st form

King of both Sicilies;

@ Replaced:

- [1808] Naples, Sicily with both Sicilies
A new version of the Royal title was introduced with the accession of King Joachim Murat (1808).
Note: Emperor Napoleon I of France installed his brother-in-law Joachim Murat as King of Naples in 1808, when his brother Joseph became King of Spain.

@ Samples:

(July 1810) [86: (1812); anno 1810 (luglio-dicembre); edizione II; p.71; Doc.# 712]
< Joachim Murat (+1815), Duke of Berg and Cleves [1806-1806]; Grand Duke of Berg [1806-1808], King of Naples [1808-1815] >
Gioacchino Napoleone, per grazia di Dio e per la Costituzione dello Stato, Re delle Due Sicilie,
Principe e Grande Ammiraglio di Francia

(May 1811) [112: tome I; p.185; Doc.# IV]
Gioacchino Napoleone, per grazia di Dio e per la costituzione dello stato, Re delle Due Sicilie,
Principe e grande Ammiraglio di Francia

(Aug 1812) [86: anno 1812; semestre I (gennario-giugno); p.124; Doc.# 1457]
Gioacchino Napoleone, per grazia di Dio e per la Costituzione dello Stato Re delle Due Sicilie,
Principe e Grande Ammiraglio di Francia

@ Samples [Auxiliary]:

(Aug 1808) [50: Band 3; Abtheilung 1; p.169; Doc.# 195]
< Joachim Murat (+1815), Duke of Berg and Cleves [1806-1806]; Grand Duke of Berg [1806-1808], King of Naples [1808-1815] >
Joachim Napoleon, von Gottes Gnaden König von beiden Sicilien,
Prinz u. Groß-Admiral von Frankreich


-- the 2nd form

King of both Sicilies;

@ Samples:

(Sep 1808) [62: p.53]
< Joachim Murat (+1815), Duke of Berg and Cleves [1806-1806]; Grand Duke of Berg [1806-1808], King of Naples [1808-1815] >
Gioacchino Napoleone Re delle Due Sicilie

(Dec 1810) [60: p.65]
Gioacchino Napoleone Re delle due Sicilie

(Nov 1811) [61: vol.I; p.161; Doc.# 8]
Gioacchino Napoleone Re delle Due Sicilie

(Jan 1812) [86: anno 1812; # 124; p.1; Doc.# 1186]
Gioacchino Napoleone Re delle Due Sicilie






--- 1815-1816

King of both Sicilies, Jerusalem;
Duke of Parma, Piacenza, Castro;

@ Added:

- [1815] Jerusalem, Parma, Piacenza, Castro
King Ferdinand IV was restored as King of Naples (1815).

@ Samples:

(July 1815) [65: volume II; p.425]
< Ferdinand (+1825), King of Naples (Ferdinand IV) [1759-1806; 1815-], of Sicily (Ferdinand III) 1759, of both Sicilies (Ferdinand I) 1816 >
Ferdinando IV. per la Grazia di Dio Re delle Due Sicilie, di Gerusalemme, ec.
Duca di Parma, Piacenza, Castro, ec. ec.
Gran Principe Ereditario di Toscana, ec. ec. ec.

(June 1816) [62: p.168]
Ferdinando IV. per la Grazia di Dio Re delle Due Sicilie, di Gerusalemme, ec.
Duca di Parma, Piacenza, Castro, ec. ec.
Gran Principe Ereditario di Toscana, ec. ec. ec.










The Kingdom of both Sicilies

--- 1816-1860

King of the Kingdom of both Sicilies, Jerusalem;
Duke of Parma, Piacenza, Castro;

@ Samples:

(Dec 1816) [60: p.74]
< Ferdinand (+1825), King of Naples (Ferdinand IV) [1759-1806; 1815-], of Sicily (Ferdinand III) 1759, of both Sicilies (Ferdinand I) 1816 >
Ferdinando I. Per grazia di Dio Re del Regno delle Due Sicilie, di Gerusalemme, etc.
Infante di Spagna,
Duca di Parma, Piacenza, Castro, ec., ec.
Gran Principe ereditario di Toscana ec. ec. ec.

(Nov 1825) [65: volume II; p.817]
< Francis I (+1830), King of both Sicilies 1825 >
Francesco I. Per la Grazia di Dio Re del Regno delle Due Sicilie, di Gerusalemme, ec.
Duca di Parma, Piacenza, Castro, ec. ec.
Gran Principe Ereditario di Toscana, ec. ec. ec.

(Feb 1848) [59: parte 1a; p.186]
< Ferdinand II (+1859), King of both Sicilies 1830 >
Ferdinando II Per la grazia di Dio Re del Regno delle Due Sicilie, di Gerusalemme ec.
Duca di Parma, Piacenza, Castro ec. ec.
Gran Principe Ereditario di Toscana ec. ec. ec.

(Apr 1860) [83: volume II; p.193; Doc. # X]
< Francis II (+1894), King of both Sicilies [1859-1860] >
Francesco II° Per grazia di Dio Re del Regno delle Due Sicilie di Gerusalemme, ecc.
Duca di Parma, Piacenza, Castro ecc.
Principe ereditario di Toscana, ecc. ecc. ecc.