Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. The title Count of Anjou was first granted in the ninth century to Ingelger, a viscount who held land around OrlÃ©ans and Angers. His descendants, who included some kings of England, continued to hold these titles and property until the French monarchy gained control of the area. Thereafter the titles Count of Anjou and, after 1360, Duke of Anjou were granted several times, usually to members of the French ruling houses of Valois and Bourbon.
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