Duke of Enghien

The title of Duke of Enghien (or Duke d'Enghien, or Duc d'Enghien, pronounced with a silent i) may, like many noble titles, refer to any of several historical figures.

Read more about Duke Of EnghienDukes of Enghien - First Creation (1566-1569), Dukes of Enghien - Second Creation (1689-1830)

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... Montmorency near Paris in 1633, and in 1689 the Duchy of Montmorency was renamed as Duchy of Enghien for his son Louis II, Prince of Condé ... The title Duke of Enghien was thereafter used as a courtesy title for the eldest son of the Prince of Condé. 1689-1709 Henri I, Duke of Enghien (1643–1709) 2 ...

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