Rainier II, Lord of Monaco

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Rainier II, Lord of Monaco (1350–1407), was the monarch of Monaco from June 29, 1352 to August 15, 1357. He was the son of Charles I, Lord of Monaco, and Lucchina Spinola. He ruled jointly with his father Charles I, Lord of Monaco, his fathers uncle Antonio, Lord of Monaco and his brother Gabriele, Lord of Monaco. Yielded Monaco to the besieging Genoese for 20,000 fl. but retained Menton and Roquebrune.

He married first to Maria del Carretto and secondly to Isabella Asinari.

Issue:

  1. Ambroise, Lord of Monaco
  2. Antonie, Lord of Monaco
  3. Giacomo of Monaco
  4. Giovanna of Monaco
  5. Jean I, Lord of Monaco
  6. Gaspare of Monaco
  7. Maria of Monaco
  8. Griffeta of Monaco
  9. Enrico of Monaco

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This article incorporates information from the equivalent article on the Italian Wikipedia.
Rainier II, Lord of Monaco
Born: 13? Died: 1407
Preceded by
Charles I, Lord of Monaco
Lord of Monaco
Jointly with Charles I, Antonio and Gabriele:
1352–1357
Succeeded by
Louis, Lord of Monaco and Jean I, Lord of Monaco