List of monarchs of the two sicilies

The following is a list of monarchs of the Two Sicilies.

Edict of Bayonne

|- | Pizzo
aged 48 |- |} Joachim Murat was the first king to rule a kingdom which was called "Two Sicilies" by the Edict of Bayonne, in 1808, though he controlled the mainland, he never physically controlled the island of Sicily, to which his Bourbon rival had fled from Naples.[2][3] After the Congress of Vienna, the title king of Two Sicilies was adopted by Ferdinand IV of Naples, in 1816.[4] Under Ferdinand the Kingdom of Naples and the Kingdom of Sicily were unified, he had previously been king of both Naples and Sicily.

Kings of the Two Sicilies, 1816–1861 (after Congress of Vienna)

|- | Naples
aged 73 |- | Naples
aged 53 |- | Caserta
aged 49 |- | Arco
aged 58 |- |}

In 1861 Two Sicilies became part of the newly founded Kingdom of Italy.

Heads of the Royal House of the Two Sicilies, 1861–1960

|- | Arco
aged 58 |- | Cannes
aged 93 |- | Lindau
aged 90 |- |}

In 1960 headship of the House of Bourbon-Two Sicilies became disputed by two different Bourbon lines.

Heads of the Royal House of the Two Sicilies, disputed 1960–present

Neapolitan line claim, 1960–present

|- | Countess Maria Carolina Zamoyska
12 September 1923
2 children||13 January 1973
La Combe
aged 89 |- | Chantal de Chevron-Villette
23 July 1949
3 children||20 March 2008
France
Aged 81 |- | Camilla Crociani
31 October 1998
2 children||Current claimant |- |}

Spanish line claim, 1960–present

|- | Princess Alice of Bourbon-Parma
1936
3 children||3 February 1964
aged 63 |- | Infante Carlos
("Charles I")
1964–present || ||16 January 1938
Lausanne
son of Infante Alfonso and Princess Alice of Bourbon-Parma||Princess Anne d'Orléans
1965
5 children||Current claimant |- |}

References

See also

et:Mõlema Sitsiilia kuningriik#Monarhia

pt:Anexo:Lista de reis das Duas Sicílias

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