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  1. Charles V, Duke of Lorraine and Bar (French: Charles Léopold Nicolas Sixte; German: Karl V Leopold; 3 April 1643 – 18 April 1690) succeeded his uncle Charles IV, Duke of Lorraine as titular Duke of Lorraine and Bar in 1675; both duchies were occupied by France from 1634 to 1661 and 1670 to 1697.

  2. Charles of Lorraine (Charles de Lorraine) may refer to: Charles, Duke of Lower Lorraine (953–993) Charles II, Duke of Lorraine (1364–1431) Charles III, Duke of Lorraine (1543–1608) Charles de Lorraine de Vaudémont (1561-1587), French Roman Catholic cardinal; Charles of Lorraine (bishop of Metz and Strasbourg) (1567–1607)

  3. Prince Charles Alexander Emanuel of Lorraine (French: Charles Alexandre Emanuel, Prince de Lorraine; German: Karl Alexander von Lothringen und Bar; 12 December 1712 in Lunéville – 4 July 1780 in Tervuren) was a Lorraine-born Austrian general and soldier, field marshal of the Imperial Army, and governor of the Austrian Netherlands.

  4. Charles I was the duke of Lower Lorraine, head of the only surviving legitimate line of the Carolingian dynasty by 987, and an unsuccessful claimant for the French throne. Son of Louis IV of France and Gerberga, sister of Otto I of Germany, Charles was banished by his brother, King Lothar, in 977.

  5. 10 de may. de 2024 · Charles II (or III) (born February 18, 1543, Nancy, Lorraine [Germany; now in France]—died May 14, 1608, Nancy) was the duke of Lorraine from 1545, whose reign is noted for its progress and prosperity. Charles was the son of Francis I of Lorraine and Christina of Denmark.

  6. Charles I (or II) (born 1365—died Jan. 25, 1431, Nancy, Lorraine [Germany; now in France]) was the duke of Lorraine and an ally of the Burgundian faction in the internal strife that divided France during the Hundred Years’ War. He succeeded in uniting Lorraine with the duchy of Bar.

  7. Biography. Son of François I, Duke of Lorraine, and Christina of Denmark. Succeeded his father as Duke of Lorraine in 1545. Should have come to power as Charles II of Lorraine but in order to establish the legitimacy of the Dukes of Lorraine by grounding it in Carolingian history, Charles Duke of Lower Lotharingia was included in the list of ...