Second son of Louis le Débonnaire and Queen Ermengarde, he was made king of Aquitaine at the age fourteen years old. In agreement with his brothers, Lothair and Louis II the German, he revolted against the emperor, his father, to oppose the new division ensuring a portion of his inheritance to Charles the Bald, his half-brother. Regretting his gesture, he came to the aid of his father in 834. On his premature death in 838, the emperor gave the kingdom of Aquitaine to Charles the Bald, although Pepin had left a son, known as Pepin. II of Aquitaine.
He was born in Edirne in Thrace. Son of Murad II, Ottoman sultan, he was sent at the age of twelve to Manisa with his guardians. It was in 1444 that his father abdicated in his favour, leaving him to face many crises. The King of Hungary then took advantage of his youth to launch a crusade against h