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Örjan Martinsson

Kings of Navarre

The area in the Pyrenees that would become Navarre became independent after a rebellion against the Franks about 824. The new state was first called the Kingdom of Pamplona but Navarre became the most common name at the 11th century. The inhabitants in Navarre are Basques whose language is not related with any other known language. From the 13th century Navarre was usually ruled by French dynasties and it was 1284-1328 in a personal union with France. Spain conquered most of Navarre in 1512 but the parts that were located at the northern side of the Pyrenees retained its independence. This reduced kingdom was called Lower Navarre to distinguish it from the Spanish Upper Navarre. King Henri III became 1589 Henri IV of France whereby Navarre and France again entered a personal union. Navarre was dissolved and incorporated with France during the French revolution, but despite of that the French kings would 1814-1830 still call them selves "king of France and Navarre".

House of Iniguez

c. 824-851
c. 851-880
c. 880-905
Inigo Arista
Garcia I
Fortuno

House of Jimenez
 
905-925
925-970
970-994
994-1000
1000-1035
1035-1054
1054-1076
Sancho I
Garcia II
Sancho II
Garcia III
Sancho III el Mayor (the Great)
Garcia IV
Sancho IV
1076-1094 Sancho V
1094-1104 Pedro I
1104-1134 Alfonso I *
1134-1150
1150-1194
1194-1234
Garcia V
Sancho VI
Sancho VII el Fuerte (the Strong)

House of Champagne
 
1234-1253 Thibaut I
1253-1270 Thibaut II
1270-1274 Henri I
1274-1305 Jeanne I

House of Capet
 
1284-1305 Philippe I
1305-1316 Louis I ()
1316-1322 Philippe II
1322-1328 Charles I
1328-1349 Jeanne II

House of Évreux
 
1328-1343
1343-1387
1387-1425
1425-1441
Philippe III
Charles II le Mauvais (the Mean)
Charles III le Noble (the Noble)
Blanche

House of Trastámara
 
1425-1479 Juan I
1479 Eleanor

House of De Grailly
 
1479-1483
1483-1517
Francis Phoebus
Catherine

House of D´ Albret
 
1483-1516
1517-1555
1555-1572
Jean II
Henri II
Jeanne III

House of Bourbon
 
1555-1562 Antoine
1562-1610 Henri III (IV)
1610-1643 Louis II (XIII)
1643-1715 Louis III (XIV)
1715-1774 Louis IV (XV)
1774-1791 Louis V (XVI)

The Kingdom of Navarre was dissolved and incorporated with France 1791.

* = Alfonso I was married with queen Urraca of Castile and thereby regent over that kingdom.

= Aragon = Castile = France = Champagne = Sicily