Robert, Prince of Taranto

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Robert II of Taranto (1319 or early winter 1326 – 10 September 1364), of the Angevin family, Prince of Taranto (1331–1346), King of Albania (1331–1364), Prince of Achaea (1332–1346), and titular Latin Emperor (1343/1346-1364). He was the oldest surviving son of Prince Philip I of Taranto (1278–1331) and Empress Catherine II of Valois.In 1332, as a result of an exchange with his uncle John of Gravina, Robert became Prince of Achaea. Because of his youth, authority was effectively exercised by his mother Catherine II of Valois until her death in 1346. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Robert, Prince of Taranto has received more than 22,231 page views. His biography is available in 15 different languages on Wikipedia. Robert, Prince of Taranto is the 448th most popular nobleman.

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Among noblemen, Robert, Prince of Taranto ranks 448 out of 843Before him are Tupou VI, Philip I, Count of Savoy, Radbot of Klettgau, Alexandra, Countess of Frederiksborg, Ferdinand de la Cerda, and Friedrich Kettler. After him are Heinz Brandt, Princess Margaretha of Sweden, Peter I, Count of Savoy, Prince Carl Philip, Duke of Värmland, Konrad von Thüringen, and Constance of Portugal.

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Among people born in 1318, Robert, Prince of Taranto ranks 4Before him are Pope Urban VI, Margaret, Countess of Tyrol, and Albert II, Duke of Mecklenburg. After him is Eleanor of Woodstock. Among people deceased in 1364, Robert, Prince of Taranto ranks 8Before him are Valdemar III of Denmark, Gajah Mada, Charles, Duke of Brittany, Edward Balliol, Agnes of Austria, and Emperor Kōgon. After him are Elisenda of Montcada, Nicholas Alexander of Wallachia, and Longchenpa.

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