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  1. Isabella of Angoulême - Wikipedia

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    Isabella of Angoulême (French: Isabelle, IPA: [izabɛl dɑ̃ɡulɛm]; c. 1186 /1188 – 4 June 1246) was Queen of England as the second wife of King John from 1200 until John's death in 1216. She was also suo jure Countess of Angoulême from 1202 until 1246. Isabella had five children by the king, including his heir, later Henry III.

    • 8 October 1200
    • 24 August 1200 – 19 October 1216
    • 16 June 1202 – 4 June 1246
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  2. Isabella of Angoulême (1188-1246) - Find A Grave Memorial

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    Isabella of Angoulême. English royalty, Queen consort of King John. She was the only daughter of Aymer Taillefer, count of Angouleme and Alix de Courtenay. Isabelle was renowned for her beauty, and is sometimes called the "Helen" of the middle ages. She was betrothed to Hugh IX de Lusignan when John chose her to be his second wife.

    • 19 Feb 1188, Angouleme, Departement de la Charente, Poitou-Charentes, France
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    • 31 May 1246 (aged 58), Fontevraud-l'Abbaye, Departement de Maine-et-Loire, Pays de la Loire, France
  3. Isabella of Angoulême - geni.com

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    Jan 22, 2019 · Isabella of Angoulême (French : Isabelle d'Angoulême; 1188 - 31 May 1246) was Countess of Angoulême and queen consort of England . Queen of England She was the only daughter and heir of Aymer Taillefer , Count of Angoulême , by Alice de Courtenay .

    • Poitou-Charentes
    • Angoulême, Charente, Poitou-Charentes, France
    • circa 1188
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  4. Isabella of Angoulême | Monarchy of Britain Wiki | Fandom

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    Isabella of Angoulême (French: Isabelle d'Angoulême IPA: [izabɛl dɑ̃ɡulɛm]; c. 11861/11882– June 4, 1246) was queen consort of England as the second wife of King John from 1200 until John's death in 1216. She was also suo jure Countess of Angoulême from 1202 until 1246. Isabella had five children by the king, including his heir, later Henry III. In 1220, Isabella married Hugh X of ...

  5. Isabella of Angoulême (1186–1246) | Encyclopedia.com

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    Isabella of Angoulême, a French noblewoman, became queen of England. She was born in Angoulême in 1186, the daughter of Aymer Taillefer, count of Angoulême, and Alice de Courtenay , French aristocrats who supported the English kings in their struggles against the French monarchy. In 1200, their loyalty was rewarded by the marriage of their ...

  6. Isabelle (Angoulême) de Lusignan (1188-1246) | WikiTree FREE ...

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    Isabella was betrothed to Hugh IX de Lusignan when John met her in 1200. John needed an heir and was covetous of the county of Angouleme. John brushed aside Hugh's protests and married Isabella, an act which brought on war with King Phillip of France (perhaps Phillip used this event as a pretext). Some have said that it was John's idle dalliance with Isabella which caused John to lose his French territories, however, one historian relates that "...John was quite capable of losing them without her assistance." After John's death in 1215, Isabella went to France where in 1220 she married Hugh X de Lusignan, son of her previous betrothed.

    (Royal Tombs of Medieval England) Isabelle was a daughter of Aymer, Count of Angouleme, and Alice Courtenay, she marrying John of England in 1200. Following John's death in 1216, she married Hugh de Lusignan, Count of Poitou, to whom she had earlier been betrothed. In 1243 Isabelle was accused of plotting the death of Louis IX of France, and retired to Fontevrault Abbey, where she died in 1246. Isabelle was originally buried in the nuns' cemetery, but in 1254 her body was reinterred in the presence of her son, Henry III, near the other royal tombs in the Fontevrault choir. Henry had earlier founded a chantry for his mother in his new abbey choir in Westminster, endowed with a modest yearly income. Raymond of Toulouse (d.1249), Isabelle's son with Hugh de Lusignan, was also buried at Fontevrault.

    "Royal Ancestry" 2013 Vol. I. p. 43-44 and 58
    "Royal Ancestry" Douglas Richardson, 2013 Vol. V. p. 310
  7. Isabella of Angoulême: The Tangled Queen Part 1. Set in the thirteenth century, the kingdoms of England and France are struggling over territory as the powerful Angevins threaten the French king. In regions far from Paris local fiefdoms disregard all authority. The Tangled Queen is the story of the little known and very young Isabella of ...

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    Isabella of Angoulême (The Tangled Queen Book 1) - Kindle edition by Lainé, Erica. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Isabella of Angoulême (The Tangled Queen Book 1).

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    Buy the selected items together. This item: Isabella of Angoulême by Erica Lainé Paperback $13.99. In stock on July 22, 2020. Order it now. Ships from and sold by Amazon.com. Isabella of Angoulême: The Tangled Queen Part 2 by Erica Lainé Paperback $18.27. Ships from and sold by Book Depository US.

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    • 2015
  10. Tumultuous life: Isabella of Angoulême, second wife of King ...

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    Jun 04, 2020 · Isabella of Angoulême, second wife of King John of England, died on the 4th of June 1246 at Fontevraud Abbey, where she was buried in the abbey’s churchyard, as if seeking atonement for her misdeeds. Years after her death, her eldest son with John, King Henry III of England, arrived at Fontevraud to pay respects to his deceased ancestors.

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