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King Léopold II of Belgium, King Alfonso XIII of Spain, President Félix Faure of France, President Adrien Lachenal of Switzerland, King Carlos I of Portugal, King Christian IX of Denmark. 
Emperor Franz Joseph I of Austria-Hungary, King Oscar II of Sweden & Norway, Emperor Nicholas II of Russia, King Umberto I of Italy, Emperor Wilhelm II of Germany. 
Sultan Abdul Hamid II of the Ottoman Empire, King George I of Greece, King Alexander I of Serbia, King Carol I of Romania, Prince Ferdinand I of Bulgaria, Prince Nicholas I of Montenegro.

This beautiful poster really caught my eye in a recent blog post of Theodore Harvey’s. I was a little puzzled, though, at the omission of the two reigning Queens of the day, Victoria of Great Britain and Ireland and Wilhelmina of the Netherlands. Eventually I realised that there was a companion poster showing female sovereigns and consorts, which I will reproduce and discuss later.

Me being me, I naturally started to think of the relationships and ancestries of the sovereigns shown, and it occurred to me that it would not be too bad an idea to give them my usual treatment. La Belle Époque is the name given to the period between the end of the Franco-Prussian war and the beginning of World War I, seen as an era of peace (generally speaking) and prosperity for Europe’s peoples, and one of great scientific and artistic triumphs. It was also the last real flowering of Europe’s monarchical era, and (without really meaning to do so) I had already covered its beginning and end points, in the 1914 and 1871 threads above. Why not do something reasonably in the middle, which 1896, the date of the posters, qualifies as?

So I did. The charts and keys that follow are a little different from the normal ones. They had to be split, but since I was strictly following the order of the pictures (excluding those with names shown in roman above, which had no traceable connection with the other sovereigns of the day – actually the two presidents might have done for all I know, but I doubt it and anyway don’t care) the splits were not into meaningful groups, but just the first six with each other and so on. 

I have not therefore shown any statistics at all in the individual chart keys. They appear only in two tables of statistics at the end, which do however show the number of connections formed in each chart as well as overall. That is not because the figures mean anything, apart from the overall figure they don’t, but is purely so that anyone wishing to learn more about a particular ancestor through the links provided will know in which chart key to look. That aside, there is a guide to how to read the charts here.

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La Belle Époque 1a: Kings and Emperors of 1896*
Pictured sovereignLéopold II
Belgium
Alfonso XIII
Spain
Carlos I
Portugal
Christian IX
Denmark
F Joseph I
Au-Hu
Oscar II
Sw & No
Léopold II of Belgium2c2r FI2S1c2r FSC5c GAM2c FI2S5c2r EISG
5c2r WGCR
Alfonso XIII of Spain2c2r FI2S3c LIIE3c3r GIIGB2c1r LIIE6c1r ABA
6c1r JBA
6c1r PEP
Carlos I of Portugal1c2r FSC3c LIIE5c2r GAM1c2r FIA6c1r PEP
6c1r WHRR
Christian IX of Denmark5c GAM3c3r GIIGB5c2r GAM4c2r JBA
4c2r KIHC
4c2r JBA
Franz Joseph I of Austria-Hungary2c FI2S2c1r LIIE1c2r FIA4c2r JBA
4c2r KIHC
1c1r MIB
Oscar II of Sweden and Norway5c2r EISG
5c2r WGCR
6c1r ABA
6c1r JBA
6c1r PEP
6c1r PEP
6c1r WHRR
4c2r JBA1c1r MIB
* Excluding the King of Serbia and sovereigns of the constituent realms of the German Empire
Key:  
ABAEISGFI2S
Albrecht, Margrave of Brandenburg-AnsbachErnst I, Duke of Saxe-GothaFerdinando I of the Two Sicilies
FIAFSCGAM
Franz I of AustriaFranz, Duke of Saxe-Coburg-SaalfeldGustav Adolf, Duke of Mecklenburg-Güstrow
GIIGBJBAKIHC
George II of Great BritainJohann Friedrich, Margrave of Brandenburg-AnsbachKarl I, Landgrave of Hesse-Cassel
LIIEMIBPEP
Leopold II, Holy Roman EmperorMaximilian I Joseph of BavariaPhilipp Wilhelm, Elector Palatine
WGCRWHRR 
Wolfgang Georg, Count of Castell-RemlingenWilhelm, Landgrave of Hesse-Rheinfels-Rotenburg 
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La Belle Époque 1b: Kings and Emperors of 1896*
Pictured sovereignNicholas II
Russia
Umberto I
Italy
Wilhelm II
Germany
George I
Greece
Carol I
Romania
Ferdinand I
Bulgaria
Nicholas II of Russia5c1r LRBW2c1r FW3PN CIXD2c1r KLB4c1r FAIIB
4c1r FJSC
Umberto I of Italy5c1r LRBW5c1r LRBW5c LRBW7c E3W
7c GIIHD
7c JEIO
2c1r FI2S
Wilhelm II of Germany2c1r FW3P5c1r LRBW3c2r LMS3c1r LIXHD2c1r FSC
George I of GreeceU CIXD5c LRBW3c2r LMS5c1r JBA
5c1r KIHC
4c FAIIB
4c FJSC
Carol I of Romania2c1r KLB7c E3W
7c GIIHD
7c JEIO
3c1r LIXHD5c1r JBA
5c1r KIHC
6c1r EISG
6c1r WGCR
Ferdinand I of Bulgaria4c1r FAIIB
4c1r FJSC
2c1r FI2S2c1r FSC4c FAIIB
4c FJSC
6c1r EISG
6c1r WGCR
* Excluding the King of Serbia and sovereigns of the constituent realms of the German Empire, but including the Prince of Bulgaria (became King 1908)
Key:  
CIXDE3WEISG
Christian IX of DenmarkEberhard III, Duke of WürttembergErnst I, Duke of Saxe-Gotha
FAIIBFI2SFJSC
Ferdinand Albrecht II, Duke of Brunswick-WolfenbüttelFerdinando I of the Two SiciliesFranz Josias, Duke of Saxe-Coburg-Saalfeld
FSCFW3PGIIHD
Franz, Duke of Saxe-Coburg-SaalfeldFriedrich Wilhelm III of PrussiaGeorg II, Landgrave of Hesse-Darmstadt
JBAJEIOKIHC
Johann Friedrich, Margrave of Brandenburg-AnsbachJoachim Ernst I, Count of Oettingen-OettingenKarl I, Landgrave of Hesse-Cassel
KLBLIXHDLMS
Karl Ludwig, Hereditary Prince of BadenLudwig IX, Landgrave of Hesse-DarmstadtDuke Ludwig of Mecklenburg-Schwerin
LRBWWGCR 
Ludwig Rudolf, Duke of Brunswick-WolfenbüttelWolfgang Georg, Count of Castell-Remlingen 
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La Belle Époque 1c: Kings and Emperors of 1896*
Pictured sovereignNicholas II
Russia
Umberto I
Italy
Wilhelm II
Germany
George I
Greece
Carol I
Romania
Ferdinand I
Bulgaria
Léopold II of Belgium3c2r FAIIB
3c2r FJSC
2c1r FI2S1c2r FSC3c1r FAIIB
3c1r FJSC
5c2r EISG
5c2r WGCR
1c LPIF
Alfonso XIII of Spain4c FIIW2c1r LIIE4c FIIW4c2r GIIGB5c1r JWFO2c2r FI2S
Carlos I of Portugal5c FAIIB
5c FJSC
N VEIII3c FSC4c1r FAIIB
4c1r FJSC
7c EISG
7c WGCR
1c1r FPSC
Christian IX of DenmarkGrandfather6c1r F3D
6c1r FVP
6c1r GBL
6c1r JEIO
6c1r WVHC

3c2r GIIGBFather4c2r JBA
4c2r KIHC
5c1r GAM
Franz Joseph I of AH2c1r KLB2c LIIE3c1r LIXHD5c LRBW2c KLB2c FI2S
Oscar II of Sweden and Norway3c2r GWHD6c PEP
6c WHRR
3c1r GWHD4c CKL4c C3ZB
4c CDB
4c L8HD
6c PEP
* As for 1b      
Key:  
C3ZBCDBCKL
Christian III, CP of Zweibrücken-BirkenfeldClaude de BeauharnaisChristian Karl Reinhard, Count of Leiningen-Dagsburg
EISGF3DFAIIB
Ernst I, Duke of Saxe-GothaFrederik III of Denmark and NorwayF Albrecht II, Duke of Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel
FI2SFIIWFJSC
Ferdinando I of the Two SiciliesFriedrich II Eugen, Duke of WürttembergFranz Josias, Duke of Saxe-Coburg-Saalfeld
FPSCFSCFVP
Prince Ferdinand of Saxe-Coburg and GothaFranz, Duke of Saxe-Coburg-SaalfeldFriedrich V, Elector Palatine
GAMGBLGIIGB
Gustav Adolf, Duke of Mecklenburg-GüstrowGeorg, Duke of Brunswick-LüneburgGeorge II of Great Britain
GWHDJBAJEIO
Landgrave Georg Wilhelm of Hesse-DarmstadtJ Friedrich, Margrave of Brandenburg-AnsbachJoachim Ernst I, Count of Oettingen-Oettingen
JWFOKIHCKLB
Jan Willem Friso, Prince of OrangeKarl I, Landgrave of Hesse-CasselKarl Ludwig, Hereditary Prince of Baden
L8HDLIIELIXHD
Ludwig VIII, Landgrave of Hesse-DarmstadtLeopold II, Holy Roman EmperorLudwig IX, Landgrave of Hesse-Darmstadt
LPIFLRBWPEP
Louis-Philippe I of FranceLudwig Rudolf, Duke of Brunswick-WolfenbüttelPhilipp Wilhelm, Elector Palatine
VEIIIWGCRWHRR
Vittorio Emanuele II of ItalyWolfgang Georg, Count of Castell-RemlingenWilhelm, Landgrave of Hesse-Rheinfels-Rotenburg
WVHC  
Wilhelm V, Landgrave of Hesse-Cassel  
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Statistics for La Belle Époque 1 part I: individuals forming more than one connection
CodeNameT1a1b1cCodeNameT1a1b1c
FAIIBF Albrecht II, Duke of Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel6-24GAMGustav Adolf, Duke of Mecklenburg-Güstrow32-1
FI2SFerdinando I of the Two Sicilies6213GIIGBGeorge II of Great Britain31-2
FJSCFranz Josias, Duke of Saxe-Coburg-Saalfeld6-24KIHCKarl I, Landgrave of Hesse-Cassel3111
JBAJ Friedrich, Margrave of Brandenburg-Ansbach5311KLBKarl Ludwig, Hereditary Prince of Baden3-12
EISGErnst I, Duke of Saxe-Gotha4112FIIWFriedrich II Eugen, Duke of Württemberg2--2
FSCFranz, Duke of Saxe-Coburg-Saalfeld4112GWHDLandgrave Georg Wilhelm of Hesse-Darmstadt2--2
LIIELeopold II, Holy Roman Emperor42-2JEIOJoachim Ernst I, Count of Oettingen-Oettingen2-11
LRBWLudwig Rudolf, Duke of Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel4-31LIXHDLudwig IX, Landgrave of Hesse-Darmstadt2-11
PEPPhilipp Wilhelm, Elector Palatine42-2WHRRWilhelm, Landgrave of Hesse-Rheinfels-Rotenburg21-1
WGCRWolfgang Georg, Count of Castell-Remlingen4112      
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Statistics for La Belle Époque 1 part II: individuals forming only one connection
CodeName1a1b1cCodeName1a1b1c
ABAAlbrecht, Margrave of Brandenburg-Ansbach1--FW3PFriedrich Wilhelm III of Prussia-1-
C3ZBChristian III, C Palatine of Zweibrücken-Birkenfeld--1GBLGeorg, Duke of Brunswick-Lüneburg--1
CDBClaude de Beauharnais--1GIIHDGeorg II, Landgrave of Hesse-Darmstadt-1-
CIXDChristian IX of Denmark-1-JWFOJan Willem Friso, Prince of Orange--1
CKLChristian Karl Reinhard, Count of Leiningen-Dagsburg--1L8HDLudwig VIII, Landgrave of Hesse-Darmstadt--1
E3WEberhard III, Duke of Württemberg-1-LMSDuke Ludwig of Mecklenburg-Schwerin-1-
F3DFrederik III of Denmark and Norway--1LPIFLouis-Philippe I of France--1
FIAFranz I of Austria1--MIBMaximilian I Joseph of Bavaria1--
FPSCPrince Ferdinand of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha--1VEIIIVittorio Emanuele II of Italy--1
FVPFriedrich V, Elector Palatine--1WVHCWilhelm V, Landgrave of Hesse-Cassel--1
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Queen Marie Henriette of Belgium, Queen Maria Cristina of Spain, Queen Olga of Greece, Victoria Queen of the United Kingdom, Queen Amalie of Portugal, Queen Louise of Denmark. 
Empress Elisabeth of Austria-Hungary, Queen Sophia of Sweden & Norway, Empress Alexandra Feodorovna of Russia, Queen Margarita of Italy, Empress Augusta Victoria of Germany.
 
Queen Emma of the Netherlands, Wilhelmina Queen of the Netherlands,
Queen Nathalia of Serbia, Queen Elisabeth of Romania, Princess Marie Louise of Bulgaria, Princess Milena of
Montenegro.

In a sense, it is not very meaningful to explore the relationships of consorts rather than monarchs. The latter are a group selected by heredity, the former to an extent are, with the Ebenbürtigkeit requirement of the day, but alliances, family or national (where these were not the same thing), presumed fertility and personal compatibility were more the determining factors in selecting this group. Just the same, it was something I hadn’t done before, so I did it, finding it a challenge in places but always interesting.

It was piquant, for example, to see the relationship of those two inveterate royal matchmakers Queen Victoria and Queen Louise of Denmark, the Grandmother and Mother-in-law of Europe, as they were respectively known. Challenge came with the Empress Augusta, the peculiar marriage habits of her forebears the Dukes of Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg-Augustenburg leaving me seemingly perpetually mired among her great-great-great-great-grandparents (though thankfully not all 64 of them, as a good quarter I could simply ignore). The Empress Elizabeth wasn’t much better, with her woefully obscure paternal ancestry. Still, she did give me a chance to find connections through the as obscure Burgraves of Kirchberg, something else I hadn’t done before. 

I hope others will find as much interest in these charts, and in those above too. The same remarks apply to the charts as were made in post #1.

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La Belle Époque 2a: Queens regnant, consorts and dowagers of 1896*
Sovereign/consortM Henriette
Belgium
M Cristina
Spain
Olga
Greece
Victoria
GB & I
Amalie
Portugal
Louise
Denmark
Elisabeth
Au-Hu
Sophia
Sw & No
Marie Henriette of BelgiumAunt AJA1c1r LDW3c1r GIIGB2c2r C3S
2c2r FIE
3c1r GIIGB4c1r JWFO2c KCNW
Maria Cristina of SpainNiece AJA2c LDW3c2r GIIGB3c1r C3S
3c1r FIE
3c2r GIIGB4c1r CSD1c1r FNW
Olga of Greece1c1r LDW2c LDW2c2r KMS4c LIXHD3c2r CKL
3c2r FAIIB
3c2r GIIGB
3c1r LIXHD2c FSA
Victoria of Great Britain and Ireland3c1r GIIGB3c2r GIIGB2c2r KMS3c2r FIISG
3c2r FJSC
3c FAIIB
3c FJSC
3c GIIGB
4c2r JBA2c2r FLW
2c2r KMS
Amalie of Portugal2c2r C3S
2c2r FIE
3c1r C3S
3c1r FIE
4c LIXHD3c2r FIISG
3c2r FJSC
2c2r LMS3c1r LIXHD4c1r EAISW
4c1r KIBW
Louise of Denmark3c1r GIIGB3c2r GIIGB3c2r CKL
3c2r FAIIB
3c2r GIIGB
3c FAIIB
3c FJSC
3c GIIGB
2c2r LMS4c2r JBA
4c2r KIHC
3c1r GIIGB
Elisabeth of Austria-Hungary4c1r JWFO4c1r CSD3c1r LIXHD4c2r JBA3c1r LIXHD4c2r JBA
4c2r KIHC
4c CSD
Sophia of Sweden and Norway2c KCNW1c1r FNW2c FSA2c2r FLW
2c2r KMS
4c1r EAISW
4c1r KIBW
3c1r GIIGB4c CSD
* With exclusions corresponding to those of the previous set of charts    
Key:  
AJAC3SCKL
Archduke Joseph of Austria, Palatine of HungaryCarlos III of SpainChristian Karl Reinhard, Count of Leiningen-Dagsburg
CSDEAISWFAIIB
Carl, Wild- and Rhinegrave of Salm-DhaunErnst August I, Duke of Saxe-Weimar-EisenachF Albrecht II, Duke of Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel
FIEFIISGFJSC
Franz I, Holy Roman EmperorFriedrich II, Duke of Saxe-Gotha-AltenburgFranz Josias, Duke of Saxe-Coburg-Saalfeld
FLWFNWFSA
Frederick Lewis, Prince of WalesFriedrich Wilhelm, Prince of Nassau-WeilburgFriedrich, Duke of Saxe-Altenburg
GIIGBJBAJWFO
George II of Great BritainJ Friedrich, Margrave of Brandenburg-AnsbachJan Willem Friso, Prince of Orange
KCNWKIBWKIHC
Karl Christian, Prince of Nassau-WeilburgKarl I, Duke of Brunswick-WolfenbüttelKarl I, Landgrave of Hesse-Cassel
KMSLDWLIXHD
Duke Karl of Mecklenburg-StrelitzDuke Ludwig of WürttembergLudwig IX, Landgrave of Hesse-Darmstadt
LMS  
Duke Ludwig of Mecklenburg-Schwerin  
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La Belle Époque 2b: Queens regnant, consorts and dowagers of 1896*
Sovereign/consortAlexandra
Russia
Margherita
Italy
Augusta
Germany
Emma
Netherlands
Wilhelmina
Netherlands
Elisabeth
Romania
M Louise
Bulgaria
Alexandra of Russia3c KLB2c VSC4c1r C3ZB
4c1r FLW
4c1r FWSB
4c1r GWHD
4c1r KMS
3c FWIIP4c GWHD
4c KMS
5c1r GIIGB
Margherita of Italy3c KLB5c LKNS4c C3ZB4c LIXHD5c L8HD3c FI2S
3c LIIE
Augusta of Germany2c VSC5c LKNS4c1r FLW4c2r FLW3c1r CFL5c1r GIIGB
5c1r H24RK
Emma of the Netherlands4c1r C3ZB
4c1r FLW
4c1r FWSB
4c1r GWHD
4c1r KMS
4c C3ZB4c1r FLWMother1c WDN2c1r FNW
Wilhelmina of the Netherlands3c FWIIP4c LIXHD4c2r FLWDaughter1c1r WDN3c FNW
Elisabeth of Romania4c GWHD
4c KMS
5c L8HD3c1r CFL1c WDN1c1r WDN2c1r FNW
Marie Louise of Bulgaria5c1r GIIGB3c FI2S
3c LIIE
5c1r GIIGB
5c1r H24RK
2c1r FNW3c FNW2c1r FNW
* With exclusions and addition corresponding to those of the previous set of charts
Key:  
C3ZBCFLFI2S
Christian III, Count Palatine of Zweibrücken-BirkenfeldCarl Friedrich Wilhelm, 1st Prince of LeiningenFerdinando I of the Two Sicilies
FLWFNWFWIIP
Frederick Lewis, Prince of WalesFriedrich Wilhelm, Prince of Nassau-WeilburgFriedrich Wilhelm II of Prussia
FWSBGIIGBGWHD
Friedrich Wilhelm, 1st Prince of Solms-BraunfelsGeorge II of Great BritainLandgrave Georg Wilhelm of Hesse-Darmstadt
H24RKKLBKMS
Heinrich XXIV, Count Reuss zu KōstritzKarl Ludwig, Hereditary Prince of BadenDuke Karl of Mecklenburg-Strelitz
L8HDLIIELIXHD
Ludwig VIII, Landgrave of Hesse-DarmstadtLeopold II, Holy Roman EmperorLudwig IX, Landgrave of Hesse-Darmstadt
LKNSVSCWDN
Ludwig Kraft, Count of Nassau-SaarbrückenPrincess Viktoria of Saxe-Coburg-SaalfeldWilhelm, Duke of Nassau
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La Belle Époque 2c: Queens regnant, consorts and dowagers of 1896*
Sovereign/consortAlexandra
Russia
Margherita
Italy
Augusta
Germany
Emma
Netherlands
Wilhelmina
Netherlands
Elisabeth
Romania
M Louise
Bulgaria
Marie Henriette of Belgium4c1r FWIP
4c1r GIIGB
1c2r LIIE4c1r GIIGB2c1r KCNW2c1r FIIW2c1r KCNW1c2r LIIE
Maria Cristina of Spain5c FWIP
5c GIIGB
2c1r LIIE5c GIIGB
5c H24RK
2c FNW2c1r FNW2c FNW1c1r AKA
Olga of Greece3c FWIIP4c LIXHD5c FAIIB
5c GIIGB
2c1r FSA2c PIR2c FSA3c1r KCNW
Victoria of Great Britain and IrelandGrandmother4c2r LRBWGreat-aunt
VSC
2c3r FLW
2c3r KMS
2c4r FLW
2c4r KMS
2c2r KMS3c3r GIIGB
Amalie of Portugal3c1r FFIMS3c FI2S5c FIISG
5c FJSC
4c1r C3ZB4c LIXHD4c1r EAISW2c1r FrI2S
Louise of Denmark2c3r LMS4c2r LRBW3c2r FAIIB
3c2r FJSC
3c2r GIIGB
3c2r GIIGB3c2r FAIIB
3c2r GIIGB
3c2r CKL
3c2r GIIGB
3c3r GIIGB
Elisabeth of Austria-Hungary2c1r KLB1c1r MIB4c1r LKNS3c1r C3ZB3c1r LIXHD4c1r CSD
4c1r L8HD
4c2r CSD
Sophia of Sweden and Norway4c FLW
4c GWHD
4c KMS
4c2r JWFO4c FLWAunt WDNGreat-aunt WDNAunt WDN1c2r FNW
* With exclusions and addition corresponding to those of the previous set of charts
Key:  
AKAC3ZBCKL
Archduke Karl of Austria, Duke of TeschenChristian III, C Palatine of Zweibrücken-BirkenfeldChristian Karl Reinhard, Ct of Leiningen-Dagsburg
CSDEAISWFAIIB
Carl, Wild- and Rhinegrave of Salm-DhaunErnst August I, Duke of Saxe-Weimar-EisenachF Albrecht II, Duke of Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel
FFIMSFI2SFIISG
F Franz I, Grand Duke of Mecklenburg-SchwerinFerdinando I of the Two SiciliesFriedrich II, Duke of Saxe-Gotha-Altenburg
FIIWFJSCFLW
Friedrich II Eugen, Duke of WürttembergFranz Josias, Duke of Saxe-Coburg-SaalfeldFrederick Lewis, Prince of Wales
FNWFrI2SFSA
Friedrich Wilhelm, Prince of Nassau-WeilburgFrancesco I of the Two SiciliesFriedrich, Duke of Saxe-Altenburg
FWIPFWIIPGIIGB
Friedrich Wilhelm I of PrussiaFriedrich Wilhelm II of PrussiaGeorge II of Great Britain
GWHDH24RKJWFO
Landgrave Georg Wilhelm of Hesse-DarmstadtHeinrich XXIV, Count Reuss zu KōstritzJan Willem Friso, Prince of Orange
KCNWKLBKMS
Karl Christian, Prince of Nassau-WeilburgKarl Ludwig, Hereditary Prince of BadenDuke Karl of Mecklenburg-Strelitz
L8HDLIIELIXHD
Ludwig VIII, Landgrave of Hesse-DarmstadtLeopold II, Holy Roman EmperorLudwig IX, Landgrave of Hesse-Darmstadt
LKNSLMSLRBW
Ludwig Kraft, Count of Nassau-SaarbrückenDuke Ludwig of Mecklenburg-SchwerinLudwig Rudolf, Duke of Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel
MIBPIRVSC
Maximilian I Joseph of BavariaPaul I Petrovitch of RussiaPrincess Viktoria of Saxe-Coburg-Saalfeld
WDN  
Wilhelm, Duke of Nassau  
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Statistics for La Belle Époque 2 part I: individuals forming more than one connection
CodeNameT2a2b2cCodeNameT2a2b2c
GIIGBGeorge II of Great Britain207211EAISWErnst August I, Duke of Saxe-Weimar-Eisenach  21-  1
FLWFrederick Lewis, Prince of Wales  813  4FI2SFerdinando I of the Two Sicilies  2-1  1
FNWFriedrich Wilhelm, Prince of Nassau-Weilburg  813  4FIEFranz I, Holy Roman Emperor  22--
KMSDuke Karl of Mecklenburg-Strelitz  822  4FIISGFriedrich II, Duke of Saxe-Gotha-Altenburg  21-  1
LIXHDLudwig IX, Landgrave of Hesse-Darmstadt  731  3FWIPFriedrich Wilhelm I of Prussia  2--  2
FAIIBF Albrecht II, Duke of Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel  52-  3FWIIPFriedrich Wilhelm II of Prussia  2-1  1
WDNWilhelm, Duke of Nassau  5-2  3H24RKHeinrich XXIV, Count Reuss zu Kōstritz  2-1  1
C3ZBChristian III, C Palatine of Zweibrücken-Birkenfeld  4-2  2JBAJ Friedrich, Margrave of Brandenburg-Ansbach  22--
CSDCarl, Wild- and Rhinegrave of Salm-Dhaun  42-  2JWFOJan Willem Friso, Prince of Orange  21-  1
FJSCFranz Josias, Duke of Saxe-Coburg-Saalfeld  42-  2KLBKarl Ludwig, Hereditary Prince of Baden  2-1  1
KCNWKarl Christian, Prince of Nassau-Weilburg  41-  3L8HDLudwig VIII, Landgrave of Hesse-Darmstadt  2-1  1
LIIELeopold II, Holy Roman Emperor  4-1  3LDWDuke Ludwig of Württemberg  22--
FSAFriedrich, Duke of Saxe-Altenburg  31-  2LKNSLudwig Kraft, Count of Nassau-Saarbrücken  2-1  1
GWHDLandgrave Georg Wilhelm of Hesse-Darmstadt  3-2  1LMSDuke Ludwig of Mecklenburg-Schwerin  21-  1
C3SCarlos III of Spain  22--LRBWLudwig Rudolf, D of Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel  2--  2
CKLChristian Karl Reinhard, Count of Leiningen-Dagsburg  21-  1VSCPrincess Viktoria of Saxe-Coburg-Saalfeld  2-1  1
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Statistics for La Belle Époque 2 part II: individuals forming only one connection
CodeName2a2b2c
AJAArchduke Joseph of Austria, Palatine of Hungary1--
AKAArchduke Karl of Austria, Duke of Teschen--1
CFLCarl Friedrich Wilhelm, 1st Prince of Leiningen-1-
FFIMSFriedrich Franz I, GD of Mecklenburg-Schwerin--1
FIIWFriedrich II Eugen, Duke of Württemberg--1
FrI2SFrancesco I of the Two Sicilies--1
FWSBFriedrich Wilhelm, 1st Prince of Solms-Braunfels-1-
KIBWKarl I, Duke of Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel1--
KIHCKarl I, Landgrave of Hesse-Cassel1--
MIBMaximilian I Joseph of Bavaria--1
PIRPaul I Petrovitch of Russia--1
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Great! Thanks. Glad you were inspired by the posters which I quite like...wistfully.


I've added a link to this thread at this page of mine which combines the two posters:

http://www.royaltymonarchy.com/sovereigns/1896.html
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Thanks, Theodore, I appreciate both the acknowledgement and the link. I was already tired when I started posting the charts yesterday and in a rush to get them done, so unsurprisingly wasn't too happy with them when I looked this morning. I ended up reposting the first four charts and all the tables of statistics; no figures or relationships have changed, but hopefully they are now better presented. There were a few broken links in the charts and keys, which all should be fixed now. Apologies to anyone who clicked them before. Finally, I have slightly revised the first introduction and made the second one less exiguous.
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The obvious thing to do to round off these charts is to show the relationships between the spouses, i.e. between the people in the first poster (that are covered) and those in the second. I have done this in the table that follows, with some additions; the relationships between Queen Victoria, Queen Emma of the Netherlands and Queen Maria Cristina of Spain, all widows in 1896, and their respective late spouses are shown, and likewise those between Alfonso XIII of Spain, ten years old at this date, and Queen Wilhelmina of the Netherlands, sixteen, and their future wife/husband are displayed.

The names of these ‘extras’, people not appearing in the posters, are in what is allegedly orange, and like other names are linked to Genealogics ancestries. Names in the key are linked to Wikipedia articles as normal. No statistics are shown, in the key or elsewhere. I did do them, but purely as a check on myself. They really have no significance and it would be pointless to reproduce them.

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