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  1. In 1496, Joanna, at the age of sixteen, was betrothed to the eighteen year old Philip of Flanders, in the Low Countries.Philip's parents were Maximilian I, Holy Roman Emperor and his first wife, Duchess Mary of Burgundy.

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  2. Joanna of Burgundy - Wikipedia

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    Joanna of Burgundy (died 1349) was a daughter of Reginald of Burgundy and his wife, Guillemette of Neufchâtel. She married three times: With Ulrich III of Pfirt (d. 1324). They had two daughters: Joanna (1300-1351), married Albert II, Duke of Austria; Ursula, married Hugo of Hohenberg; With Rudolf Hesso of Baden-Baden (d. 1335), she had two ...

  3. Joanna of Castile - Wikipedia

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    In 1496, Joanna, at the age of sixteen, was betrothed to the eighteen year old Philip of Flanders, in the Low Countries.Philip's parents were Maximilian I, Holy Roman Emperor and his first wife, Duchess Mary of Burgundy.

  4. Pedigree: Joanna (Queen?) of BURGUNDY

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    Joanna (Queen?) of BURGUNDY. aka Joan FONTAINEBLEAU; (CAPET); `la Boiteuse' Born: abt. 1293 Died: 1348. HM George I's 10-Great Grandmother. HRE Ferdinand I's 6-Great ...

  5. Joanna | Article about Joanna by The Free Dictionary

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    She succeeded to Castile and León at the death of her mother. Ferdinand II briefly assumed the regency until he was replaced by Joanna's ambitious husband, Philip I Philip I (Philip the Handsome), 1478–1506, Spanish king of Castile (1506), archduke of Austria, titular duke of Burgundy, son of Holy Roman Emperor Maximilian I and Mary of Burgundy.

  6. Marrying into Spain: Philip the Fair and Joan the Mad | Die ...

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    The end of the fifteenth century saw the successful consolidation of the kingdom of Spain: the Islamic Moors were permanently expelled from the Iberian peninsula, while Jews and heretics were treated with merciless brutality. Discoveries in the (from the European point of view) ‘New’ World enabled Spain to set about building up a worldwide Christian empire on several

  7. Joannas | Article about joannas by The Free Dictionary

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    She succeeded to Castile and León at the death of her mother. Ferdinand II briefly assumed the regency until he was replaced by Joanna's ambitious husband, Philip I Philip I (Philip the Handsome), 1478–1506, Spanish king of Castile (1506), archduke of Austria, titular duke of Burgundy, son of Holy Roman Emperor Maximilian I and Mary of Burgundy.

  8. Joanna of Flanders | Military Wiki | Fandom

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    Joanna of Flanders (c. 1295 – September 1374), also known as Countess Jeanne, Jehanne de Montfort, and Jeanne la Flamme (Fiery Joan), was consort Duchess of Brittany by her marriage to John IV, Duke of Brittany. She was the daughter of Louis I, Count of Nevers and Joan, Countess of Rethel, and the sister of Louis I, Count of Flanders. When John's half-brother died in 1341, his niece Joanna ...

  9. Mary of Burgundy – a padded roll-model | hemmahoshilde ...

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    Jul 05, 2015 · Mary of Burgundy was in her time a fashion icon, because her parents had a lot of money and they were very interested in the latest fashion. Nowadays Paris and Milan are the places to be for fashion victims, but in the 15th century Burgundy was the place to be when it came to fashion.…

  10. The tragic early death of Mary of Burgundy - History of Royal ...

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    Mar 27, 2014 · March 27, 2014 Moniek Margaret of Austria (1480 - 1530), Mary of Burgundy 1 (public domain) Mary was born in Brussels as the only child of Charles the Bold and Isabella of Bourbon, and she was thus the heiress of the Burgundian territories, and she became suo jure Duchess of Burgundy in 1477 at the death of her father.

  11. Mary | duchess of Burgundy | Britannica

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    Mary, duchess of Burgundy (1477–82), daughter and heiress of Charles the Bold, duke of Burgundy; her crucial marriage to the archduke Maximilian (later Maximilian I), son of the Habsburg emperor Ferdinand III, resulted in Habsburg control of the Netherlands.