John II of Viennois
Jean II de la Tour du Pin (1280 — 5 March 1319, Pont de Sorgues, near Avignon) succeeded his father Humbert I as dauphin of Viennois from 1306 to 1318. His mother was Anne of Burgundy, dauphine du Viennois.
In 1296 he married Beatrice of Hungary, daughter of Charles Martel of Anjou, titular king of Hungary, and his wife Klementia of Habsburg. They had two children:
- Georgiou, Constantinos (2017). "Ordinavi armatam sancte unionis: Clement VI's Sermon on the Dauphin Humbert II of Viennois's Leadership of the Christian Armada against the Turks, 1345". In Kedar, Benjamin Z.; Phillips, Jonathan; Riley-Smith, Jonathan; Chrissis, Nikolaos G. (eds.). Crusades. Vol.15. Routledge.
Categories: 1280 births | 1319 deaths | 13th-century French people | 14th-century peers of France | Dauphins of Viennois | Counts of Albon
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