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Two medieval examples
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1. Charles, Count of Valois, 1270-1325, founder of the Valois dynasty, was the son of a king (Philippe III), brother of a king (Philippe IV), uncle of three kings (Louis X, Philippe V, Charles IV) and a queen (Isabella of England), great-uncle of a king (Jean I) and father of a king (Philippe VI, first of the House of Valois) but never a king himself.
2. John of Gaunt, Duke of Lancaster, 1340-1399, founder of the Lancastrian dynasty, was the son of a king (Edward III), uncle of a king (Richard II) and father of a king (Henry IV, first of the House of Lancaster). Two of his daughters became queens (Philippa in Portugal, Catherine in Castile). He however never wore a crown.
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