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This is a list of consorts of the Kingdom of Sicily. Many Kings of Sicily had more than one wife; they may have divorced their wife or she might have died.

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Countesses of SicilyEdit

House of Hauteville, 1130–1198Edit

Picture Name Father Birth Marriage Became Countess Ceased to be Countess Death Spouse
  Judith d'Évreux William, Count of Évreux
(Normandy)
c. 1050 c. 1061 January 1072
husband's ascension
c. 1076 Roger I
Eremburga of Mortain William, Count of Mortain ? c. 1077 c. 1087
Adelaide del Vasto Boniface del Vasto
(Aleramici-Vasto)
c. 1075 c. 1089 22 June 1101
husband's death
16 April 1118
Elvira of Castile Alfonso VI of Castile
(Jiménez)
c. 1100 c. 1117 28 September 1105
husband's ascension
27 September 1130
became queen
8 February 1135 Roger II

Queens consort of SicilyEdit

House of Hauteville, 1130–1198Edit

Picture Name Father Birth Marriage Became Queen Ceased to be Queen Death Spouse
Elvira of Castile Alfonso VI of Castile
(Jiménez)
1100 1117 1130
husband's accession
8 February 1135 Roger II
  Sibylla of Burgundy Hugh II, Duke of Burgundy
(Burgundy)
1126 1149 16 September 1150
  Beatrice of Rethel Ithier, Count of Rethel
(2nd Rethel)
1131 1151 26 February 1154
husband's death
30 March 1185
  Margaret of Navarre García Ramírez of Navarre
(Jiménez)
1128 1150 26 February 1154
husband's ascension
7 May 1166
husband's death
12 August 1183 William I
  Joan of England Henry II of England
(Plantagenet)
October 1165 13 February 1177 11 November 1189
husband's death
4 September 1199 William II
  Sibylla of Acerra Roger, Count of Acerra
(Medania)
1153 - 1189
husband's ascension
20 February 1194
husband's death
1205 Tancred I
  Irene Angelina Isaac II Angelos
(Angeloi)
1177/81 July/August 1192 24 December 1193
husband's death
27 August 1208 Roger III

House of Hohenstaufen, 1194–1266Edit

Picture Name Father Birth Marriage Became Queen Ceased to be Queen Death Spouse
  Constance of Aragon Alfonso II of Aragon
(Barcelona)
c. 1179 15 August 1209 23 June 1222 Frederick I
  Isabella II of Jerusalem John of Brienne
(Brienne)
c. 1212 9 November 1225 25 April 1228
  Isabella of England John of England
(Plantagenet)
c. 1214 15 July 1235 1 December 1241
  Elisabeth of Bavaria Otto II Wittelsbach, Duke of Bavaria
(Wittelsbach)
c. 1227 1 September 1246 13 December 1250
husband's ascension
21 May 1254
husband's death
9 October 1273 Conrad I
  Helena Angelina Doukaina Michael II Komnenos Doukas
(Doukas)
c. 1242 9 November 1255 10 August 1258
husband's ascension
26 February 1266
husband's death
14 March 1271 Manfred

Capetian House of Anjou, 1266–1282Edit

Picture Name Father Birth Marriage Became Queen Ceased to be Queen Death Spouse
  Beatrice of Provence Raymond Berenguer IV of Provence
(Barcelona)
c.1234 31 January 1246 26 February 1266
husband's ascension
23 September 1267 Charles I
  Margaret of Burgundy Eudes of Burgundy, Count of Nevers and Auxerre
(Burgundy)
c. 1250 18 November 1268 4 September 1282
Sicily passed to Aragon
4 September 1308

House of Barcelona, 1282–1410Edit

Picture Name Father Birth Marriage Became Queen Ceased to be Queen Death Spouse
  Constance of Sicily (also ruler with Peter) Manfred of Sicily
(Hohenstaufen)
1249 13 June/July 1262 4 September 1282
husband's ascension
2/11 November 1285
husband's death
9 April 1302 Peter I
  Isabella of Castile Sancho IV of Castile
(Anscarids)
1283 1 December 1291 25 April 1295
marriage annulled
24 July 1328 James I
  Blanche of Anjou Charles II of Naples
(Anjou-Sicily)
1280 29 October/1 November 1295 11 December 1295
husband’s deposition
14 October 1310
  Eleanor of Anjou Charles II of Naples
(Anjou)
August 1289 17 May 1302 25 June 1337
husband's death
9 August 1341 Frederick II
  Elisabeth of Carinthia Otto III of Carinthia
(Gorizia-Tyrol)
c. 1298 23 April 1322 25 June 1337
husband's ascension
15 August 1342
husband's death
after 1347 Peter II
  Constance of Aragon Peter IV of Aragon
(Barcelona)
c. 1343 11 April 1361 18 July 1363 Frederick III
  Antonia of Baux Francis of Baux, Duke of Andria
(Baux)
c. 1355 17 January 1372 23 January 1374
  Martin the Younger Martin I of Aragon
(Barcelona)
c. 1343 c. 1384 25 May 1401
wife's death
25 July 1409 Maria
  Blanche I of Navarre Charles III of Navarre
(Evreux)
6 July 1387 26 December 1402 25 July 1409
husband's's death
1 April 1441 Martin I
  Margarida of Prades Pedro of Aragon, Baron of Entenza
(Barcelona)
1395 17 September 1409 31 May 1410
husband's death
1422 Martin II

House of Trastamara, 1412–1516Edit

Picture Name Father Birth Marriage Became Queen Ceased to be Queen Death Spouse
  Eleanor of Alburquerque Sancho Alfonso, 1st Count of Alburquerque
(Trastamara)
c. 1374 1393/4 28 June 1412
husband's ascension
2 April 1416
husband's death
c. 1435 Ferdinand I
  Maria of Castile Henry III of Castile
(Trastamara)
1 September 1401 12 June 1415 2 April 1416
husband's accession
4 October 1458 Alfonso
  Juana Enríquez Fadrique Enríquez, Count of Melba and Rueda
(Enríquez)
1425 1 April 1444 4 October 1458
husband's ascension
13 February 1468 John
  Isabella I of Castile John II of Castile
(Trastámara)
22 April 1451 19 October 1469 26 November 1504 Ferdinand II
  Germaine of Foix John of Foix, Viscount of Narbonne
(Foix-Grailly)
c. 1488 19 October 1505 23 January 1516
husband's death
18 October 1538

Consorts of Claimants against John II, 1462–1472Edit

During the War against John II, there were three who claimed his throne, though this never included the Kingdom of Valencia. One of the three was Peter V of Aragon who remained a bachelor. The others Henry IV of Castile and René of Anjou had wives during their reign as pretenders. The wive of Henry IV was Joan of Portugal, a Portuguese infanta daughter of King Edward of Portugal and his wife Eleanor of Aragon. The first wive of Rene died prior to 1462; his second wife was Jeanne de Laval, a French noblewoman and daughter Guy XIV de Laval, Count of Laval and Isabella of Brittany.

House of Habsburg, 1516–1700Edit

Picture Name Father Birth Marriage Became Queen Ceased to be Queen Death Spouse
  Isabella of Portugal Manuel I of Portugal
(Aviz)
24 October 1503 11 March 1526 1 May 1539 Charles II
  Mary I of England Henry VIII of England
(Tudor)
18 February 1516 25 July 1554 16 January 1556
husband's ascension
17 November 1558 Philip I
  Elisabeth of Valois Henry II of France
(Valois)
2 April 1545 22 June 1559 3 October 1568
  Anna of Austria Maximilian II, Holy Roman Emperor
(Habsburg)
1 November 1549 4 May 1570 26 October 1580
  Margaret of Austria Maximilian II, Holy Roman Emperor
(Habsburg)
25 December 1584 18 April 1599 3 October 1611 Philip II
  Elisabeth of Bourbon Henry IV of France
(Bourbon)
22 November 1602 25 November 1615 31 March 1621
husband's ascension
6 October 1644 Philip III
  Mariana of Austria Ferdinand III, Holy Roman Emperor
(Habsburg)
24 December 1634 7 October 1649 17 September 1665
husband's death
16 May 1696
  Marie Louise of Orléans Philippe I, Duke of Orléans
(Orléans)
26 March 1662 19 November 1679 19 12 February 1689 Charles III
  Maria Anna of the Palatinate-Neuburg Philipp Wilhelm, Elector Palatine
(Wittelsbach)
28 October 1667 14 May 1690 1 November 1700
husband's death
16 July 1740

House of Bourbon, 1700–1713Edit

Picture Name Father Birth Marriage Became Queen Ceased to be Queen Death Spouse
  Maria Luisa of Savoy Victor Amadeus II of Savoy
(Savoy)
17 September 1688 2 November 1701 11 April 1713
Sicily ceded to Savoy
14 February 1714 Philip IV

House of Savoy, 1713–1720Edit

Picture Name Father Birth Marriage Became Queen Ceased to be Queen Death Spouse
  Anne Marie d'Orléans Philippe I, Duke of Orléans
(Orléans)
27 August 1669 10 April 1684 11 April 1713
husband's ascension
17 February 1720
Sicily ceded to Austria
26 August 1728 Victor Amadeus

House of Habsburg, 1720–1735Edit

Picture Name Father Birth Marriage Became Queen Ceased to be Queen Death Spouse
  Elisabeth Christine of Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel Louis Rudolph, Duke of Brunswick-Lüneburg
(Welf)
28 August 1691 1 August 1708 17 February 1720
husband's ascension
c. 1735
Sicily ceded to Spain
21 December 1750 Charles IV

House of Bourbon, 1735–1816Edit

Picture Name Father Birth Marriage Became Queen Ceased to be Queen Death Spouse
  Maria Amalia of Saxony Augustus III of Poland
(Wettin)
24 November 1724 19 June 1738 10 August 1759
husband's abdication, elevated to Queen of Spain
27 September 1760 Charles V
  Marie Caroline of Austria Francis I, Holy Roman Emperor
(Habsburg-Lorraine)
13 August 1752 12 May 1768 8 September 1814 Ferdinand III

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