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1. Infante don FADRIQUE de Aragón (1272-near Pamplona 25 Jun 1337).

brother appointed him Viceroy in Sicily when the former succeeded to the crown of
Aragon 1291. Ignoring the peace signed between his father and Carlo II King of
Naples, Infante don Fadrique occupied Sicily. As a condition of his betrothal to
Catherine de Courtenay, he promised to renounce his rights to Sicily and give help
to reconquer the Latin Empire of Constantinople, but this proposal was opposed by
Philippe IV King of France and the betrothal was terminated 1[89]. Don Fadrique
was proclaimed Lord at Palermo 12 Dec 1295, and recognised as FEDERIGO I
King of Sicily by the Parliament-General at Catania 15 Jan 1296, crowned at
Palermo 25 Mar 1296. He was confirmed King of Trinacria [Sicily] for life by the
Treaty of Caltabellotta Aug 1302, under which Carlo II King of Naples confirmed
Sicily as the dowry of his daughter Eleonora for the life of her husband, to return to
Carlo’s heirs after Federigo’s death. War broke out again with the Angevins of
Naples 1313. Federigo had the Sicilian parliament recognise his son Pietro as his
successor 12 Jun 1314. He retook the title King of Sicily 9 Aug 1314. Sicily
reswore allegiance to Federigo’s son Pietro in 1322. Betrothed ([Jun] 1295) to
CATHERINE de Courtenay, daughter of PHILIPPE de Courtenay titular Emperor
of Constantinople & his wife Beatrice of Sicily (1274-Paris 11 Oct 1307 or 2 Jan
1308, bur Paris). She later married Charles de France Comte de Valois. m
(Messina May 1303) as her second husband, ELEONORE of Sicily, former wife of
PHILIPPE de Toucy titular Prince of Antioch, daughter of CHARLES II King of
Sicily [Anjou-Capet] & his wife Maria of Hungary (1289-Monastery of San Nicolo
di Arena 9 Aug 1341, bur Catania, Franciscan monastery). Her second marriage
was arranged by the Treaty of Caltabellotta 31 Aug 1302, under which her father
gave her Sicily as dowry during her husband’s life, after which the Kingdom would
return to her father King Charles II and his heirs2[90].

2. Infanta doña VIOLANTE de Aragon (1273-Termini 19 Aug 1302, bur Marseille
église des Frères mineurs). m (Rome Mar 1297) as his first wife, ROBERT of
Sicily, son of CHARLES II King of Naples & Sicily [Anjou-Capet] & his wife
Maria of Hungary (Royal Palace of the Torre de San Erasmo, near Capua 1278-
Château-Neuf, Naples 16/20 Jan 1343/4, bur Naples Santa Chiara). Named in 1297
as heir to Sicily by Pope Boniface VIII. Appointed perpetual Vicar-General in the
island of Sicily by his father 24 Jun 1299. Principe di Salerno 5 May 1304. Comte
de Piémont 17 Feb 1309. He succeeded his father in 1309 as ROBERT I "le Bon"
King of Sicily.


Reina de Sicilia (Trinacria). Hija única de Pedro IV de Aragón y María de Navarra. Casó
con Federico III de Sicilia (Trinacria) y tuvo una hija: María de Sicilia.

1. Infanta doña CONSTANZA de Aragón (Poblet 1340-Catania Jul 1363). Her
father unsuccessfully proposed her as heir to the throne in early 1347, in the
absence of a male heir. Betrothed (Perpignan 8 Feb 1351) to LOUIS de France
Comte d'Anjou et du Maine, son of JEAN II "le Bon" King of France & his first
wife Bonne de Luxembourg (Château du Bois de Vincennes 23 Jul 1339-Biseglia
Castle near Bari 20 Sep 1384, bur Angers Cathédrale Saint-Maurice). m (Catania
11 Apr 1361) as his first wife, FEDERIGO II "il Simplo" King of Sicily, son of
PIETRO II King of Sicily [Aragon] & his wife Elisabeth of Carinthia [Görz] (1 Sep
1341-Messina 27 Jul 1377).

1. Infanta doña CONSTANZA de Aragón ([1179]-Catania 23 Jun 1222, bur

Palermo Cathedral). The Chronicle of Alberic de Trois-Fontaines names
"Constantia regina" as wife of "Hemericus filius [regis Hungarie Bela]",
specifying that she later married "Frederico imperatori"3[77]. The Continuatio
Admuntensis records that she took her son to Vienna and, after his death, Leopold
Duke of Austria arranged her repatriation to "fratri suo Hyspaniarum regi"4[78].
The Ryccardus de Sancti Germano Annales record the marriage in 1209 of
"Fredericus rex Sicilie" and "Constantiam sororem regis Arragonum"5[79]. The
Continuatio Claustroneoburgensis records the marriage of "Fridericus rex Apulie"
and "filiam regis Arragonis, relictam regis Ungarie"6[80]. Named Regent of Sicily
by her husband in 1212, during his absence in Germany until 1220. She was
crowned Empress at Rome with her husband 22 Nov 12207[81]. m firstly (1198)
IMRE King of Hungary, son of BÉLA III King of Hungary & his first wife Agnès
[Anna] de Châtillon-sur-Loing (1174-30 Nov 1204, Eger Cathedral). m secondly
(Feb 1210) as his first wife, FRIEDRICH von Hohenstaufen King of Sicily, son of
Emperor HEINRICH VI King of Germany [Hohenstaufen] & his wife Constanza of
Sicily (Iesi, Ancona 26 Dec 1194-Castel Fiorentino near Lucera, Foggia, of
dysentery 13 Dec 1250, bur 25 Feb 1251 Palermo Cathedral). He was elected
FRIEDRICH II King of Germany 5 Dec 1212 at Frankfurt-am-Main, crowned at
Mainz 9 Dec 1212 and at Aachen 25 Jul 1215. Crowned Emperor in Rome 22
Nov 1220.

a) Infante don MARTÍN de Aragón (25 Jul 1374-Cagliari 25 Jul 1409, bur
Cagliari). Conde de Luna, Señor de Segorbe y Ejérica. Duke of Athens and
Neopatrai 1391-1394. He succeeded in 1392 as MARTIN I "el Joven" King
of Sicily, under the Regency of his father. After the death of his first wife, the
legitimate heir to Sicily, there was no movement to replace Martin as King of
Sicily. He led a major campaign in Sardinia in 1409, beating the rebels at
Sanduri 30 Jun 1409, but died from malaria within a month. m firstly (24

Jun 1389) his first cousin, MARIA I Queen of Sicily, daughter of
FEDERIGO II “il Simplo” King of Sicily [Aragon] & his first wife Infanta
doña Constanza de Aragón ([1362/63]-25 Mar 1401). Betrothed (1401) to
Infanta doña JUANA de Navarra, daughter of don CARLOS III "el Noble"
King of Navarre & his wife Infanta doña Leonor de Castilla (1382-Béarn Jul
1413). m secondly (by proxy Catania 21 May 1402) as her first husband,
Infanta doña BLANCA de Navarra, daughter of don CARLOS III "el Noble"
King of Navarre & his wife Infanta doña Leonor de Castilla (Pamplona 1385-
Santa María de Nieva 3 Apr 1441, bur Tudela, église des Cordeliers).
Declared Regent of Sicily by her father-in-law, after the death of her first
husband. She was recognised as heiress to the throne of Navarre at Olite 28
Oct 1416. She succeeded her father in 1425 as BLANCA I Queen of
Navarre, crowned with her second husband at Pamplona 15 May 1429.
Charles VII King of France created her Dss de Nemours 15 Feb 1437. She
married secondly (by treaty 5 Nov 1419, contract Olite 5 Dec 1419,
Pamplona 18 Jun 1420) as his first wife, Infante don Juan de Aragón, who
later proclaimed himself Juan II King of Navarre, by right of his wife, and
succeeded in 1458 as Juan II King of Aragon.
Mistress (1): AGATHE de Pesce, daughter of ---.
Mistress (2): TARSIA Rizzari, daughter of ---.
child of first marriage:
i) Infante don PEDRO de Aragón (17 Nov 1394-1400).
child of second marriage:
ii) Infante don MARTÍN de Aragón (1403-Valencia Aug 1407).
Illegitimate daughter by Mistress (1):
iii) doña VIOLANTE de Aragon (-before 1428). m firstly (1405) don ENRIQUE Pérez de
Guzmán Conde de Niebla Señor de Sanlúcar de Barrameda, son of don JUAN Alfonso de
Guzmán Conde de Niebla & his wife doña Beatriz de Castilla Señora de Niebla (-1436). m
secondly don MARTÍN de Guzmán, son of don ÁLVARO de Guzmán 6 th Señor de Orgáz & his
wife doña Beatriz de Silva.

Illegitimate son by Mistress (2):

iv) don FADRIQUE de Aragón (1400/3-Urena 29 May 1438). Conde de Luna y Ejérica, Señor
de Segorbe. He was one of the five candidates for the throne of Aragon in 1410 on the death of
King don Martín I "el Humano". m doña VIOLANTE LUISA de Mur, daughter of ---.