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The ancestry of King Charles II of Spain, showing severe inbreeding that caused him to be the final member of the House of Habsburg to ascend to the Spanish throne.

Philip I of Castile
(1478–1506)
Joanna of Castile
(1479–1555)
Isabella of Portugal
(1503–39)
Charles V, Holy
Roman Emperor

(1500–58)
Ferdinand I, Holy
Roman Emperor
(1503–64)
Anna of Bohemia
and Hungary
(1503–47)
Isabella of
Austria
(1501–26)
Christian II
of Denmark
(1481–1559)
Philip II
of Spain
(1527–98)
Maria of
Spain
(1528–1603)
Maximilian II, Holy
Roman Emperor
(1527–76)
Charles II, Archduke
of Austria
(1540–90)
Anna
of Austria
(1528–90)
Albert V, Duke
of Bavaria
(1548–1626)
Christina of
Denmark
(1522–90)
Francis I, Duke
of Lorraine
(1517–45)
Anna of Austria
(1549–80)
Maria Anna
of Bavaria
(1551–1608)
William V, Duke
of Bavaria
(1548–1626)
Renata of
Lorraine
(1574–1616)
Philip III
of Spain
(1578–1621)
Margaret of Austria
(1584–1611)
Ferdinand II, Holy
Roman Emperor
(1578–1637)
Maria Anna
of Bavaria
(1574–1616)
Philip IV
of Spain
(1605–65)
Maria Anna
of Spain
(1606–46)
Ferdinand III, Holy
Roman Emperor
(1608–57)
Mariana of
Austria
(1634–96)
Charles II of Spain
(1661–1700)
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