Philip - Other Rulers and Royalty

Other Rulers and Royalty

  • Philip of Courtenay, titular Latin Emperor of Constantinople
  • Philip of Swabia, King of Germany and Duke of Swabia
  • Philip of Milly, seventh Grand Master of the Knights Templar
  • Philip I, Count of Flanders
  • Philip of Artois (1269–1298), heir to the countship
  • Philip of Artois, Count of Eu
  • Philip I, Prince of Taranto
  • Philip II, Prince of Taranto
  • Philip II, Count of Auvergne
  • Philip of Poitou, Prince-Bishop of Durham
  • Philip Simonsson, claimant to the throne of Norway
  • Philip, Duke of Brabant (disambiguation)
  • Philip, Prince of Anhalt-Köthen
  • Philip, Duke of Parma
  • Philip I, Landgrave of Hesse
  • Prince Philippe, Count of Flanders, father to Albert I of Belgium
  • Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, prince consort of Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom
  • Prince Philippe, Duke of Brabant, heir to the throne of Belgium
  • Phillip, Prince of Asturias, heir to the throne of Spain
  • Philip, Prince of Eulenburg, Prussian diplomat
  • Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh (born Prince Philippos of Greece and Denmark)
  • Prince Carl Philip, Duke of Värmland, Swedish prince
  • Prince Charles Philip, Duke of Södermanland, Swedish prince
  • Pylyp Orlyk, Hetman of Ukraine
  • Metacomet, nicknamed "King Philip", war leader of the Wampanoag in "King Philip's War"

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