Capetian

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Capetian (French: Capétienne) is an adjective, used to describe either:

  • The House of Capet, also called the Direct Capetians – the ruling family of France between 987 and 1328
  • The Capetian dynasty, a term applied to all direct (male-line) descendants of Hugh Capet