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date: 19 August 2019

Bourbon, House of family [Borbón]locked

  • Patrick M. de Winter,
  • Scot McKendrick,
  • Hilary Ballon,
  • Giles Clifford,
  • Bertrand Jestaz,
  • Mark Stocker,
  • Philip Mansel,
  • Pilar Benito,
  • Mercedes Agueda,
  • Robert Oresko,
  • Francisco Javier Pizarro Gomez
  •  and Concha Vela



Dynasty of French and Spanish rulers, patrons and collectors. The French branch of the family (see §I) ruled France from 1589 to 1792 and again from 1814 to 1830. The Spanish branch (see §II) was established in 1700, when the grandson of the French king Louis XIV succeeded to the Spanish throne as Philip V.

This line (see fig.) was descended from Robert Capet (1256–1317), Comte de Clermont-en-Beauvaisis, the sixth son of King Louis IX (see Capet family, §2). (1) John II was a descendant in direct line of the first Duke of Bourbon, Louis I (reg 1327–41). John II’s brother (2) Cardinal Charles renounced his title in favour of their younger brother, (3) Peter II. Suzanne (1491–1521) the sole heir of Peter II and his wife ...

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S. Lami: Dictionnaire des sculpteurs de l’Ecole française, 8 vols (Paris, 1898–1921/R Nendeln, 1970)
Ars Hispaniae