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  1. Margaret of Burgundy (French: Marguerite; 1290 – 30 April 1315) was Queen of France and Navarre as the first wife of King Louis X; however, she was locked in prison during her whole French queenship.

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  2. 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.

  3. Margaret of Burgundy | queen of France | Britannica. queen of France. Learn about this topic in these articles: relationship to Louis X. 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).

  4. Margaret of Burgundy provides an explanation, for this grand lady, proud scion of the Yorkists, sister of both Edward IV and Richard III, widow of the mighty Charles the Bold, was a frustrated lady with an abundance of time and wealth on her hands and an incurable propensity for dabbling in anti-Tudor intrigue.

  5. Apr 1, 2020 · Almost Queens. Women in History. Margaret of Burgundy was due to become Queen of France once her husband, Prince Louis, came to the throne as Louis X. But the Tour de Nesle scandal led to her being imprisoned, and possibly even murdered.

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