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  1. John II (Breton: Yann, French: Jean; 1239 – 18 November 1305) reigned as Duke of Brittany from 1286 until his death, and was also Earl of Richmond in the Peerage of England. He took part in two crusades prior to his accession to the ducal throne. As a duke, John was involved in the conflicts between the kings of France and England.

    • Notre-Dame des Carmes
    • Dreux
  2. Jan 1, 2024 · John II (born 1239—died 1305, Lyon) duke of Brittany (from 1286) and count of Richemont, son of John I. He accompanied his father on St. Louis’s crusade to Tunisia (1270) and fought also in Palestine.

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  3. Apr 26, 2022 · Coat of Arms of Peter I, Duke of Brittany and his successors.John II (in Breton Yann II, in French Jean II de Dreux) (1239 – 18 November 1305) was Duke of Brittany and Earl of Richmond, from 1286 to his death. He was son of Duke Jean I and Blanche, princess of Navarre.

    • January 04, 1239
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    • Rennes, Ille-et-Vilaine, Bretagne, France
  4. Parents. John II, Duke of Brittany. Beatrice of England. John of Brittany ( French: Jean de Bretagne; c. 1266 – 17 January 1334), 4th Earl of Richmond, was an English nobleman and a member of the Ducal house of Brittany, the House of Dreux. He entered royal service in England under his uncle Edward I, and also served Edward II.

  5. John II (Yann II) 1286–1305 3/4 January 1239 eldest son of John I and Blanche of Navarre: Beatrice of England Westminster Abbey, London 25 December 1260 eight children 16 November 1305 Lyon aged 66 Arthur II (Arzhur II) 1305–1312 2 July 1262 eldest son of John II and Beatrice of England (1) Marie of Limoges Tours 1277 three children (2 ...

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