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  1. Charles the Bold was born in Dijon, the son of Philip the Good and Isabella of Portugal. Before the death of his father in 1467, he bore the title of Count of Charolais ; [2] afterwards, he assumed all of his father's titles, including that of "Grand Duke of the West".

  2. Jan 1, 2023 · Charles, byname Charles the Bold, French Charles le Téméraire, (born Nov. 10, 1433, Dijon, Burgundy [now in France]—died Jan. 5, 1477, near Nancy, Lorraine), last of the great dukes of Burgundy (1467 to 1477). The son of Duke Philip III the Good of Burgundy, Charles was brought up in the French manner as a friend of the French dauphin, afterward Louis XI of France, who spent five years in ...

  3. For the full article, see Charles . Charles the Bold, (born Nov. 10, 1433, Dijon, Burgundy [France]—died Jan. 5, 1477, near Nancy, Lorraine), Last of the great dukes of Burgundy (1467–77). An opponent of Louis XI of France, Charles tried to make Burgundy an independent kingdom. He had great success until 1474, casting off French rule ...

  4. May 8, 2018 · CHARLES THE BOLD (BURGUNDY) (1433 – 1477) CHARLES THE BOLD (BURGUNDY) (1433 – 1477), duke of Burgundy. Charles was the last of the Valois dukes of Burgundy. The son of Duke Philip the Good and Isabella of Portugal, he was born in 1433. As a youngster he had a reputation for unbounded energy, a fierce temper, and a determination to win glory ...

  5. Charles the Bold is the 30th most popular nobleman (down from 29th in 2019), the 164th most popular biography from France (up from 183rd in 2019) and the 4th most popular French Nobleman. Charles the Bold is most famous for his death at the Battle of Nancy in 1477.

  6. In the 17th century, the Grand Dictionnaire Historique de Louis Moreri devotes an entry to Charles de Bourgogne, "nicknamed le Guerrier, le Hardi ou le Téméraire" (the Bellicose, the Daring, the Bold.) In the 18th century, Benedictine historian Dom Plancher still calls him Charles le Hardi. In the 19th century, during the Romantic Age in ...

  7. Apr 30, 2004 · After Charles the Bold, or Charles the Rash as he is someties known, came the deluge. The Burgundian 'state' - if that is what is was - broke up; and the history of the Low Countries becomes part of the history of Germany, then Spain, then Austria, and then of the modern world.

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