Category:13th-century peers of France

Peers of France who held their titles between 1201 and 1300. For most of this century the only peers were the six ecclesiastical peers: the Duke-Archbishop of Reims; the Duke-Bishop of Laon; the Duke-Bishop of Langres; the Count-Bishop of Beauvais; the Count-Bishop of Châlons and the Count-Bishop of Noyon, and the six lay peers: the Duke of Normandy; the Duke of Aquitaine (or Guyenne); the Duke of Burgundy; the Count of Flanders; the Count of Champagne and the Count of Toulouse. In 1297 the Duke of Brittany, the Count of Anjou and the Count of Artois were added to the lay peers.