Count of Tours ( French comtes de Tours ) - the title of the ruler of the medieval French county of Tours , which existed from the IX century . In 1044, the county was annexed by the counts of Anjou, who later became kings of England. In 1204, the county, among other French possessions of the Plantagenets, was conquered by the King of France Philippe II Augustus and annexed to the royal domain. Later, on the territory of the former county, the Duchy of Touraine was formed, which stood out in the form of apanage to the younger sons of the kings of France from the Valois dynasty .
- ??? - 828 : Hugo the Fearful (765 - October 20, 837), Duke of Upper Alsace from the Dynasty of Etikonides , was removed in 828
- 828 - 844 : Adalard Seneschal
- 844 - 851 : Vivian
- 851 - 853 : Conrad I Old
- 853 - 866 : Robert the Strong (d. 866), Marquis of Neustria , of the Robertines
- 866 - 886 : Hugo Abbot (d. 886), Marquis of Neustria, stepson of the previous, from the Welfare clan
- 886 - 888 : Ed (d. 898), king of France with 898, son of Robert the Strong
- 888 - 922 : Robert († 923), king of France from 922, brother of the previous
Viscounts of the Tour
The Robertins have been appointed to run the Viscount Tour
- 886/887 : Atton I  
- 890 (?) - circa 898 : Ardrad  
- 890 (?) - after 900 : Atton II  
- 905 : Fulk I Red (d. C. 942 ) - Viscount Angers , Count of Anjou from 930  
- 909 - 943 : Thibault the Old ( 890 - 943 ) - Viscount Blois from 906, taking advantage of the struggle between the king and Hugo the Great around 940, took the title of Count of Tours  
Counts of the Tour
House de Blois
- 943 - 975 : Thibault I the Dodger (d. 975 ), Viscount Blois from 943, Count of Blois and Chartres from 960, son of the previous
- 975 - 995 : Ed I (d. 995/996 ), Earl of Blois and Chartres, Count of Tours, Chateauden, Provins and Reims (982-995), son of the previous
- 995 - 1004 : Thibault II (d. 1004 ), Count of Blois, Chartres, Tours, Chateauden, Provins and Reims, son of the previous
- 1004-1037 : Ed II (d. 1037 ), Count of Blois, Chartres, Tours, Chateauden, Provence and Reims, then Count Mo and Trois (under the name Ed I), brother of the previous
- 1037 - 1044 : Thibault III ( 1019 - 1089 ), Count of Blois, Chartres, Tours, Chateauden and Provins, Count of Mois and Troyes (under the name Thibault I), son of the previous
In the X-XI centuries, Counts of Blois and Anjou argued over the Tours. In 1044, Count Anjou Geoffrey II defeated Thibault III at the Battle of Nui and captured Tours, joining it to Anjou.
- 1040 - 1060 : Geoffrey II Martell (d. 1060 ), Count of Anjou and Tours
- 1060 - 1068 : Geoffrey III the Bearded (d. After 1096 ), Count of Anjou and Tours
- 1068 - 1109 : Fulk IV Resolved ( 1043 - 1109 ), Count of Anjou and Tours
- 1098 - 1106 : Geoffrey IV Martel (d. 1106 ), Count of Anjou and Tours
- 1109 - 1129 : Fulk V Young ( 1095 - 1143 ), Count of Anjou, Tours and Maine, King of Jerusalem
- 1129 - 1151 : Geoffrey V the Beautiful or Plantagenet ( 1113 - 1151 ), Count of Anjou, Tours, and Maine, Duke of Normandy
- 1151 - 1169 : Henry II ( 1133 - 1189 ), Count of Anjou, Tours and Maine, Duke of Normandy, Duke of Aquitaine, King of England
- 1169 - 1183 : Henry the Young ( 1133 - 1189 ), Count of Anjou, Tours, and Maine, Duke of Normandy
- 1183 - 1189 : Henry II ( 1155 - 1183 ), Count of Anjou, Tours and Maine, Duke of Normandy, Duke of Aquitaine, King of England
- 1189 - 1199 : Richard I the Lionheart ( 1157 - 1199 ), Count of Anjou, Tours and Maine, Duke of Normandy, Duke of Aquitaine, King of England
- 1199 - 1202 : Arthur I Posthumous ( 1187 - 1203 )
- 1199 - 1204 : John Landless ( 1167 - 1219 ), Count of Anjou, Tours and Maine, Duke of Normandy, Duke of Aquitaine, King of England
In 1204, the Tour was conquered by the King of France, Philippe II Augustus, and joined the royal domain.
Counts and Dukes of Touraine (appanage)
Touraine was sometimes distinguished as an upanage to the younger sons of the kings of France from the Valois dynasty .
- 1346 - 1360 : Philip I ( 1336 - 1375 ), Duke of Orleans , Count of Valois and Beaumont-le-Roger, son of King Philip VI
In 1360, Touraine was elevated to the status of duchy.
- 1360 - 1363 : Philip II the Bold ( 1342 - 1404 ), Duke of Burgundy , son of King John II the Good
- In 1363, instead of Touraine, Philip received the duchy of Burgundy.
- 1363 - 1364 : Charles I the Wise ( 1337 - 1380 ), Dauphin, Duke of Touraine, King of France (Charles V) from 1364, son of King John II the Good
- 1370 - 1384 : Louis I of Anjou ( 1339 - 1384 ), Duke of Anjou and Maine, Duke of Touraine, titular king of Naples , Count of Provence , son of King John II the Good
- 1386 - 1392 : Louis II ( 1372 - 1407 ), Duke of Orleans and Touraine, son of King Charles V the Wise
- 1401 - 1415 : Jean I of France (1398-1417), Duke of Touraine and Dauphin, son of King Charles VI
- 1417 - 1422 : Charles II the Victorious (1403-1461), Duke of Touraine, from 1422 - King of France (Charles VII)
- 1422 - 1424 : Arthur I of Breton ( 1393 - 1458 ), Duke of Touraine, bestowed title of Regent of France by John Duke of Bedford
- 1424 : Archibald I Douglas (1372-1424), 4th Earl of Douglas , Duke of Touraine. His descendants never claimed the title of Duke of Touraine
- 1424 : Yolanda of Aragon ( 1384 - 1443 ), Duchess of Touraine, titular Queen of Aragon
- 1424 - 1434 : Louis III of Anjou (1403-1434), Duke of Touraine, Duke of Anjou
- 1434 - 1435 : Jean II ( 1408 - 1435 ), titular Duke of Touraine, granted the title of Regent of France by John Duke of Bedford
- 1528 - 1531 : Louise of Savoy (1476-1531), Duchess of Touraine, mother of King Francis I
- 1547 - 1558 : Eleanor of Austria (1498–1558), Duchess of Touraine, widow of Francis I
- 1561 - 1576 : Mary of Scotland (1542-1587), Duchess of Touraine, Queen of Scotland, widow of Francis II
- 1576 - 1584 : Francis I (1555-1584), Duke of Anjou, Touraine and Berry, brother of Kings Francis II, Charles IX and Henry III
- 1981 - 1984 : Louis IV , Duke of Touraine, later titular king of France Louis XX
- Since 2019 : Henry , Duke of Touraine, third son of Louis XX
- Les Origines de l'Ancienne France . - Ayer Publishing. - P. 513-514. - ISBN 978-0833711465 .
- Mentioned in the charter of Count Ed.
- Son of the Viscount Atton I. He probably ruled the city with his brother Atton II. Mentioned in charters dated March 22, 890 and September 29, 898.
- Son of the Viscount Atton I. He probably ruled the city with his brother Ardrad. Mentioned in charters dated June 13, 892 and September 13, 900.
- As the Viscount of Angers and Tours, is mentioned in a charter dated July 5, 905.
- First called Viscount of Tours in a charter dated October 30, 909, in which Fulk I the Red was first titled as Count of Angers.