La famille de Brancas est une famille aristocratique française issue de l’illustre maison des Brancaccio de Naples, s’est établie en France au XIVe siècle, sous Charles VII.Les Brancas de France ont formé deux lignes, dont l’aînée éteinte en 1802, portait les noms de Brancas-Forcalquier et de Céreste, avec les titres de ducs et de grand d'Espagne.↑ Armorial de J.-B. Rietsap - et ses Compléments

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  • La famille de Brancas est une famille aristocratique française issue de l’illustre maison des Brancaccio de Naples, s’est établie en France au XIVe siècle, sous Charles VII.Les Brancas de France ont formé deux lignes, dont l’aînée éteinte en 1802, portait les noms de Brancas-Forcalquier et de Céreste, avec les titres de ducs et de grand d'Espagne.
  • The title duc de Brancas may refer to a number of hereditary office-holders under the Ancien Régime of France. The most famous holder of that title was a member of the social circle of Philippe II, Duke of Orléans, who served as Regent of France from 1715 to 1723. Brancas was known to be amusing, good-natured, and attracted to young men.Despite his high title, Brancas was not wealthy, but he solidly refused to exploit his relationship with France's regent in return for financial gain. Such a lack of corruption was rare at the time, and put the family in strained circumstances. Brancas' heir, the marquis d'Oise, would have to sign a marriage contract with a three-year old girl from a wealthy background when the Marquis was himself thirty-three in order to support the Brancas family.When Brancas reached the age that he had to pay young men to sleep with him, he decided to give up on secular life and retired to a monastery. The Regent was so distraught at losing his friend that he cried twice during their last supper together. Brancas died in 1739, at the age of seventy-six. Despite Brancas' rectitude in regard to his position, he formed part of a pleasure-loving circle around the Regent which alienated France's conservatives and undermined conservative support for the Regency.
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  • La famille de Brancas est une famille aristocratique française issue de l’illustre maison des Brancaccio de Naples, s’est établie en France au XIVe siècle, sous Charles VII.Les Brancas de France ont formé deux lignes, dont l’aînée éteinte en 1802, portait les noms de Brancas-Forcalquier et de Céreste, avec les titres de ducs et de grand d'Espagne.↑ Armorial de J.-B. Rietsap - et ses Compléments
  • The title duc de Brancas may refer to a number of hereditary office-holders under the Ancien Régime of France. The most famous holder of that title was a member of the social circle of Philippe II, Duke of Orléans, who served as Regent of France from 1715 to 1723. Brancas was known to be amusing, good-natured, and attracted to young men.Despite his high title, Brancas was not wealthy, but he solidly refused to exploit his relationship with France's regent in return for financial gain.
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