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Prince Murat

Joachim Murat, the 1st Prince Murat

Prince Murat is a title created by Emperor Napoleon I for his brother-in-law Joachim Murat who would serve as King of Naples. On the 5 December 1812 Joachim's second son Lucien was also created sovereign Prince of Pontecorvo (of an enclave in the Kingdom of Naples), in succession to Jean-Baptiste Jules Bernadotte by an Imperial Decree.[1] The Prince of Pontecorvo title is still used to this day for the heir to the Prince Murat.[2]

Princes Murat

Name Birth date Death date Tenure begin Tenure end
Joachim, 1st Prince Murat

Also King of Naples (1808-1815)

25 March 1767 13 October 1815(1815-10-13) (agedĀ 48#REDIRECT
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