Bourbons o the Twa Sicilies
The Bourbons o the Twa Sicilies also cried the Bourbons o Naples are a cadet branch o the Spaingie ryal faimily that ruled parts o Southern Italy for more than a century in the 18t an 19t centuries. It descends frae the Capetian dynasty in legitimate male line through Philippe o Fraunce, Duke o Anjou, a younger grandson o Louis XIV o Fraunce who established the Bourbon dynasty in Spain in 1700 as Philip V. In 1759 Keeng Philip's younger grandson Infante Carlos o Spain conquered Naples an Sicily becoming recognised as the keeng o the twa states. He abdicatit tae become Keeng o Spain leaving the throne tae his son later kent as the Keeng o the Twa Sicilies. The branch wis technically founded bi Ferdinand I o the Twa Sicilies who inherited the twa kinrick o Naples an Sicily, becoming Ferdinando IV an III, respectively, o those realms. His descendants occupied the joint throne (renamed "Kinrick o the Twa Sicilies" in 1816) until 1860.
|Bourbons o the Twa Sicilies|
|Kintra||Kinrick o the Twa Sicilies|
|Parent hoose||Bourbons o Spain|
|Titles||Keeng o Naples, Keeng o Sicily, Keeng o the Twa Sicilies|
|Foonder||Ferdinand I o the Twa Sicilies|
|Final ruler||Francis II|
Prince Pedro, Duke o Calabrie
Prince Carlo, Duke o Castro
Keengs o the Twa SiciliesEedit
- Ferdinand I o the Twa Sicilies son o Charles III o Spain.
- Francis I o the Twa Sicilies (son o the above)
- Ferdinand II o the Twa Sicilies (son o the above)
- Francis II o the Twa Sicilies (son o the above)
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