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  1. Jaime "The Conqueror" Of Aragon: Birth: 2 Feb 1208 in Montpelier, Toulouse, France. Death: 27 Apr 1276 in Valencia, Spain


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Note:   He was surnamed the Catholic, was the King of Aragon (as Pedro II) and count of Barcelona (as Pere I) from 1196 to 1213. He was the son of Alfonso II of Aragon and Sancha of Castile. In 1205 he acknowledged the feudal supremacy of the Papacy and was crowned in Rome by Pope Innocent III, swearing to defend the Catholic faith (hence his surname, "the Catholic"). He was the first king of Aragon to be crowned by the Pope. On June 15, 1204 he married (as her third husband) Marie of Montpellier, daughter and heiress of William VIII of Montpellier by Eudocia Comnena. She gave him a son, James, but Peter soon discarded her. Marie was popularly venerated as a saint for her piety and marital suffering, but was never canonized; she died in Rome in 1213. He led the Christian forces to defeat the Moors at the Battle of Las Navas de Tolosa in 1212. Peter returned from Las Navas in autumn 1212 to find that Simon de Montfort had conquered Toulouse, exiling Count Raymond VI of Toulouse, who was Peter's brother-in-law and vassal. Peter crossed the Pyrenees and arrived at Muret in September 1213 to confront Montfort's army. He was accompanied by Raymond of Toulouse, who tried to persuade Peter to avoid battle and instead starve out Montfort's forces. This suggestion was rejected. The Battle of Muret began on September 12, 1213. The Aragonese forces were disorganized and disintegrated under the assault of Montfort's squadrons. Peter himself was caught in the thick of fighting, and died as a result of a foolhardy act of bravado. He was thrown to the ground and killed. The Aragonese forces broke in panic when their king was slain and the crusaders of Montfort won the day. Upon Peter's death the kingdom passed to his only son by Marie of Montpellier, the future James the Conqueror. Led into ruinous alliance with Castile at the urging of his mother. His borrowings to cover various military adventures left his realm in dire financial straits. He was killed in a battle fighting French Knights led by the first Baron Simon de Montford (who earlier had been an ally). Led into ruinous alliance with Castile at the urging of his mother. His borrowings to cover various military adventures left his realm in dire financial straits. He was killed in a battle fighting French Knights led by the first Baron Simon de Montford (who earlier had been an ally). King of Arag´┐Żon. KING OF ARAGON 1196-1213 Peter II the Catholic (1174 ? 12 September 1213) was the King of Aragon (as Pedro II) and Count of Barcelona (as Pere I) from 1196 to 1213. He was the son of Alfonso II of Aragon and Sancha of Castile. In 1205 he acknowledged the feudal supremacy of the Papacy and was crowned in Rome by Pope Innocent III, swearing to defend the Catholic faith (hence his surname, "the Catholic"). He was the first king of Aragon to be crowned by the Pope. In the first decade of the thirteenth century he commissioned the Liber feudorum Ceritaniae, an illustrated codex cartulary for the counties of Cerdagne, Conflent, and Roussillon. On June 15, 1204 he married (as her third husband) Marie of Montpellier, daughter and heiress of William VIII of Montpellier by Eudocia Comnena. She gave him a son, James, but Peter soon discarded her. Marie was popularly venerated as a saint for her piety and marital suffering, but was never canonized; she died in Rome in 1213. He participated in the Battle of Las Navas de Tolosa in 1212 that marked the turning point of Arab domination on the Iberian peninsula. Peter returned from Las Navas in autumn 1212 to find that Simon de Montfort had conquered Toulouse, exiling Count Raymond VI of Toulouse, who was Peter's brother-in-law and vassal. Peter crossed the Pyrenees and arrived at Muret in September 1213 to confront Montfort's army. He was accompanied by Raymond of Toulouse, who tried to persuade Peter to avoid battle and instead starve out Montfort's forces. This suggestion was rejected. The Battle of Muret began on September 12, 1213. The Aragonese forces were disorganized and disintegrated under the assault of Montfort's squadrons. Peter himself was caught in the thick of fighting, and died as a result of a foolhardy act of bravado. He was thrown to the ground and killed. The Aragonese forces broke in panic when their king was slain and the crusaders of Montfort won the day. Upon Peter's death the kingdom passed to his only son by Marie of Montpellier, the future James the Conqueror. RESEARCH NOTES: King of Aragon [Ref: Watney WALLOP #15, ES III.4 #759, Tapsell Dynasties p235, Weis AR7 #105A, Moriarty Plantagenet p131, Paget HRHCharles p72] Count of Barcelona and Gevandur [Ref: Weis AR7 #105A, Moriarty Plantagenet p131] Marquis of Carlat [Ref: Moriarty Plantagenet p131] 1196-1213: King of Aragon [Ref: Tapsell Dynasties p235] killed in Battle of Muret fighting for the Albigensians [Ref: Weis AR7 #105A]
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