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Örjan Martinsson

Savoy-Sardinia

Savoy was first a county and after 1416 a duchy on the French side of the Alps. During the middle age its counts expanded their territory with the margraviate of Turin in Italy and thus turned Savoy into one of Italy’s most important states. The island of Sardinia was acquired 1720 whereupon Savoy changed its name to the kingdom of Sardinia. The Sardinian kingdom played a leading roll in the unification of Italy and their king Vittorio Emanuele II became the first king of Italy.

House of Savoy

c. 1027-1048
c. 1048-1051
c. 1051-1060
c. 1060-1078

Umberto I Biancomanno (White-hand)
Amadeo I
Othon (Otto)
Pietro I

1078-1080
1080-1103
1103-1148
1148-1189
1189-1233
1233-1253
1253-1263
1263-1268
1268-1285
1285-1323
1323-1329
1329-1343
1343-1383
1383-1391
1391-1434
1434-1465
1465-1472
1472-1482
1482-1490
1490-1496
1496-1497
1497-1499
1499-1529
1529-1536
1536-1559
1559-1580
1580-1630
1630-1637
1637-1638
1638-1675

Amadeo II
Umberto II (the strong)
Amadeo III
Umberto III (the Holy)
Tomaso I
Amadeo IV
Boniface
Pietro II
Filipppo I
Amadeo V, il Grande (the Great)
Eduardo
Aymon (the Peaceful)
Amadeo VI
Amadeo VII
Amadeo VII (the Peaceful) *
Ludovico I
Amadeo IX
Filiberto I
Carlo I
Carlo II
Filippo II
Filiberto II (the Fair)
Occupied by France
Carlo III (the Good)
Occupied by France
Emanuele Filiberto
Carlo Emanuele I, il Grande (the Great)
Vittorio Amadeo I
Francesco Hyacinthe
Carlo Emanuele II

1675-1730
1730-1773
1773-1796
1796-1802
1802-1821
1821-1831
1831-1849
1849-1861

Vittorio Amadeo II
Carlo Emanuele III
Vittorio Amadeo III
Carlo Emanuele IV
Vittorio Emanuele I
Carlo Felice
Carlo Alberto
Vittorio Emanuele II

Sardinia is incorporated with the unified Italy 1861

* = Amadeo VII was an anti-pope 1439-1449 as Felix V.

= Sicily