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  1. Margaret of Burgundy, Queen of France - Wikipedia

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    Margaret was a member of the ducal House of Burgundy, a branch of the Capetian dynasty. She was the eldest daughter of Robert II, Duke of Burgundy (1248–1306) and Agnes of France (1260–1327), the youngest daughter of Louis IX of France and Margaret of Provence. In 1305, Margaret married her first cousin once removed, Louis I, King of Navarre, who in November 1314 ascended to the French throne as Louis X of France.

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    Mar­garet was a princess of the ducal House of Bur­gundy, a branch of the Capet­ian dy­nasty. She was the el­dest daugh­ter of Robert II, Duke of Bur­gundy (1248–1306) and Agnes of France (1260–1327), the youngest daugh­ter of Louis IX of France and Mar­garet of Provence. In 1305, Mar­garet mar­ried her first cousin once re­moved, Louis I, King of Navarre, who in No­vem­ber 1314 as­cended to the French throne as Louis X of France. They had one daugh­ter, Joan(born 1312, died 1349). Early in 1314, Mar­garet was al­legedly caught in an act of adul­tery in the Tour de Nesle Af­fair. Her sis­ter-in-law Is­abella of France was a wit­ness against her, and Mar­garet was im­pris­oned for the last two years of her life, along with her sis­ter-in-law Blanche of Bur­gundy. Mar­garet was con­fined at Château Gail­lardand after poor treat­ment caught a cold and died.

    Mar­garet's daugh­ter, Joan, later be­came queen reg­nant of Navarre as Joan II(1311–1349). Her pa­ter­nity was under doubt be­cause of her mother's al­leged adul­tery. In 1361, Mar­garet's suc­ces­sion rights be­came im­por­tant in the pre­ma­ture death of Philip I, Duke of Bur­gundy (her grand­nephew), since the clos­est Bur­gun­dian heirs were de­scen­dants of Mar­garet and of her sis­ter, Joan the Lame. Mar­garet's grand­son and heir Charles II of Navarre claimed the duchy on the basis of pri­mo­gen­i­ture, but Joan the Lame's son John II of France on the basis of prox­im­ity, being one gen­er­a­tion closer to the Bur­gun­dian dukes. The case was ruled in favour of John, who be­came Duke of Bur­gundy, later be­stow­ing the Duchy upon his son, Philip the Bold.

    Mar­garet is por­trayed in La Roi en fer and La Reine étranglée, two 1955 nov­els in Mau­rice Druon's Les Rois mau­dits (The Ac­cursed Kings) se­ries of his­tor­i­cal nov­els. She was played by Muriel Baptiste[fr] in the 1972 French minis­eries adap­ta­tion of the se­ries, and by Hélène Fillièresin the 2005 adaptation.

  3. Margaret of Burgundy | queen of France | Britannica

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    In Louis X. In 1305 Louis married Margaret, daughter of Robert II, duke of Burgundy; in the last months of Philip IV’s reign, she was convicted of adultery and was later strangled in prison (1315). Louis then married (July 1315) Clémence, daughter of Charles I, of Hungary.

  4. Margaret of Burgundy (1290–1315) | Encyclopedia.com

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    Margaret of Burgundy, queen of Navarre and France, was married for ten years to Louis X, king of France. She was convicted of adultery, imprisoned, then smothered to death on August 14, 1315. Louis married Clemence of Hungary (1293–1328) that same month. Women in World History: A Biographical Encyclopedia

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    Margaret was a princess of the ducal House of Burgundy, a branch of the Capetian dynasty. She was the eldest daughter of Robert II, Duke of Burgundy (1248–1306) and Agnes of France (1260–1327), the youngest daughter of Louis IX of France and Margaret of Provence. In 1305, Margaret married her first cousin once removed, Louis I, King of Navarre, who in 1314 acceded to the French throne as Louis X of France.

  6. Marguerite de Bourgogne, Reine de France (c.1290 - 1315 ...

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    Dec 09, 2019 · Margaret of Burgundy, (French: Marguerite de Bourgogne) (1290 – August 14, 1315), was the first queen consort of King Louis X of France and Navarre. Marguerite was a princess of the ducal House of Burgundy, a branch of the Capetian dynasty.

  7. Margaret of York - Wikipedia

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    Margaret of York —also by marriage known as Margaret of Burgundy—was Duchess of Burgundy as the third wife of Charles the Bold and acted as a protector of the Burgundian State after his death. She was a daughter of Richard, 3rd Duke of York, and Cecily Neville, and the sister of two kings of England, Edward IV and Richard III. She was born at Fotheringhay Castle, Northamptonshire, in the Kingdom of England, and she died at Mechelen in the Low Countries.

  8. Margaret of Burgundy – History… the interesting bits!

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    In 1312 a baby girl was born into the French royal family. Although some sources say she was born as early as 1309 or 1311, most seem to settle on January 1312. According to Isabella of France’s biographer, Kathryn Warner, the news was delivered to Edward II and Queen Isabella by Jeannot de Samoys, usher to Margaret of Burgundy, in March 1312, with the baby having been born on 28th January of that year.

  9. Margaret of Burgundy, Queen of France - Interesting stories ...

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    May 18, 2019 · Margaret of Burgundy () (1290 – 14 August 1315) was the first queen consort of King Louis X of France (also King Louis I of Navarre).

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