Arms of Charles II of Naples

King of Naples 1285-1309, King of Albania 1285-1301, Prince of Salerno (?), Prince of Achaea 1285-1289, Count of Anjou and Maine 1285-1290, Count of Provence and Forcalquier 1267-1309, titulary King of Jerusalem

Blazon: Per pale I argent a cross pate between four crosses or (Jerusalem); II azure seme de lis or, a label of three points gules (Anjou)

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Arms of Charles II of Anjou

 

King of  Naples and Jerusalem (as Charles III), 1382-1386 and II of Hungary, 1385-1386 (1345-1386)

Blazon: Tierced per pale, I barry of eight gules and argent (Hungary ancien); II argent a cross pate between four crosses couped or (Jerusalem); III azure seme de lis or, a label of four points gules (Anjou)

Queen’s College, in Cambridge, bears for one quarter, the cross of Jerusalem; as being founded by Queen Margaret, wife to King Henry VI and daughter of Rene, Earl of Angiers, and titular King of Sicily and Jerusalem.

From Historical Anecdotes of Heraldry and Chivalry, by Susannah Dawson Dobson, p99