Philip of Taranto
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Philip I of Taranto — (November 10, 1278 – December 26 1331): of the Angevin house, was titular Emperor of Constantinople (as Philip II), despot of Epirus, King of Albania, Prince of Achaea and Taranto, and Lord of Durazzo.Born in Naples, Philip was a younger son of… … Wikipedia
Philip II of Taranto — (1329 ndash; November 25, 1374) of the Angevin house, was Prince of Achaea and Taranto, and titular Emperor of Constantinople (as Philip III) from 1364 to his death in 1374.LifeHe was the son of Prince Philip I of Taranto and Empress Catherine II … Wikipedia
Philip I — may refer to:* Philip I of Macedon (ruled 640–602 BC) * Philip the Arab (c. 204–249), Roman Emperor * Philip I of France (1052–1108) * Philip I of Navarre and IV of France (1268–1314) * Philip I of Taranto (1278–1332) * Philip I, Duke of Burgundy … Wikipedia
Philip II — may refer to:* Philip II of Macedon (382 ndash;336 BC) * Philip II of France (1165 ndash;1223) * Philip II of Navarre and V of France (1293 ndash;1322) * Philip II of Taranto (1329 ndash;1374) * Philip II, Duke of Burgundy (1342 ndash;1404) *… … Wikipedia
Philip III — may refer to:*Philip III of Macedon (c. 359–317 BC) *Philip III of France (1245–1285) *Philip III of Navarre (1328–1342) *Philip III of Taranto, Prince of Achaea (1364–1373) *Philip III, Duke of Burgundy the Good (1419–1467) *Philip III of Spain… … Wikipedia
Philip — Infobox Given Name Revised name = Philip, Phillip, or Filip imagesize= caption= pronunciation= IPA|fɪlɪp gender = Male meaning = Lover of horses region = origin = Greek: Φίλιππος related names = Filipe, Filippo footnotes = Philip is a personal… … Wikipedia
Philip I of Piedmont — and Guyonne de Châlon. Philip s first marriage was celebrated in Rome on 12 February 1301 to Isabella of Villehardouin, Princess of Achaea. By that marriage, he became Prince of Achaea, though he had already been lord of Piedmont by inheritance… … Wikipedia
Principality of Taranto — Principato di Taranto Vassal of Kingdom of Sicily ← … Wikipedia
Louis of Taranto — Louis (1320 [Or 1308.] ndash; 26 May 1362), of the House of Anjou, was the Prince of Taranto from 1346 and King of Naples from 1352. He was a son of Philip I of Taranto and Catherine II of Valois, Princess of Achaea. His paternal grandparents… … Wikipedia
Robert, Prince of Taranto — Robert II of Taranto (1299/1319 ndash; September 10, 1364), of the Angevin family, Prince of Taranto (1332 ndash;1346), King of Albania (1332 1364), Prince of Achaea (1333 1346), Titular Emperor of Constantinople (as Robert II, 1343/1346 1364).He … Wikipedia