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  2. Blanche of Castile Goal of Unification. Early in her life in France, Blanche set a goal of French unification. She believed that progress... Conflict With the Albigensian Sect. During this time, a religious sect known as Cathari, or the Albigensians, had grown... The Ascension of Louis IX. In 1225, ...

  3. Blanche of Castile (Spanish: Blanca de Castilla; 4 March 1188 – 27 November 1252) was Queen consort of France by marriage to Louis VIII.

  4. Blanche of Castile About Blanche of Castile:. In 1200, the French and English kings, Philip Augustus and John, signed a treaty which gave a... Blanche as Queen. Accounts of the time indicate that Blanche loved her husband. She delivered twelve children, five of... Mother of the King. Blanche had her ...

  5. Blanche of Castile and King Louis IX of France; Author Dictating to a Scribe, Moralized Bible, France, probably Paris, c. 1230, 14 3/4 × 10 1/4 inches / 37.5 × 26.2 cm (The Morgan Library & Museum) In 1226 a French king died, leaving his queen to rule his kingdom until their son came of age. The 38-year-old widow, Blanche of Castile, had her work cut out for her.

  6. Blanche Of Castile, French Blanche De Castille, Spanish Blanca De Castilla, (born 1188, Palencia, Castile [Spain]—died Nov. 12, 1252, Paris, France), wife of Louis VIII of France, mother of Louis IX (St. Louis), and twice regent of France (1226–34, 1248–52), who by wars and marital alliances did much to secure and unify French territories.

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