Philip V (c. 1293 – 3 January 1322), known as the Tall ( French: Philippe le Long ), was King of France and Navarre (as Philip II) from 1316 to 1322. Philip was the second son of King Philip IV of France and Queen Joan I of Navarre. He was granted an appanage, the County of Poitiers, while his elder brother, Louis X, inherited the French and Navarrese thrones.
Jan 1, 2023 · Philip V, byname Philip The Tall, French Philippe Le Long, (born c. 1293—died Jan. 3, 1322), king of France (from 1316) and king of Navarre (as Philip II, from 1314), who largely succeeded in restoring the royal power to what it had been under his father, Philip IV. Philip was the second son of Philip IV, who made him count of Poitiers in 1311.
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By 1314, Philip, Louis, and his younger brother Charles each had a wife. Their youngest sibling, Isabella, accused the three wives of an alleged affair between them and two French knights, the D’Aulnay brothers. Although lacking hard evidence, Isabella’s claim convinced Philip IV to order his three daughter-in-law’s arrests. Without warning, all th...
Following their father’s death, Louis X succeeded to the throne. Over the next two years, the king struggled with asserting royal authority over the nobility and Flanders. Louis spent his reign attempting to decrease the latter’s independence, but it would be in vain. After a disastrous military campaign in 1315, the king made peace with Flanders. ...
One of Philip V’s first actions as king was to consolidate his power. On February 2, Philip gained the French assembly’s approval, which secured his position. The decision also had the side effect of confirming Salic law: the principle that women couldn’t inherit the French throne. To regain royal authority lost during Louis X’s reign, Philip focus...
During the last two years of his reign, Philip V focused on improving the monarchy’s finances and continuing his reforms. Despite his efforts, the king managed to find only partial success with both. In the summer of 1321, Philip traveled to Crecy-en-Brie to see his younger brother, Charles. However, the trip would prove fatal to his health. After ...
Like Louis X, Philip V of France had a brief reign. However, he showed more promise as a ruler than his older brother. Unlike Louis, Philip had a political mind and used it effectively. By focusing on reforms, the king streamlined his government, which made it run more efficiently. Through his government, Philip strengthened royal authority by prot...
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Dec 15, 2022 · Philip V, also called (until 1700) Philippe, duc d’Anjou, (born December 19, 1683, Versailles, France—died July 9, 1746, Madrid, Spain), king of Spain from 1700 (except for a brief period from January to August 1724) and founder of the Bourbon dynasty in Spain. During his reign Spain regained much of its former influence in international affairs.
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Philip V of France is the 525th most popular politician (up from 557th in 2019), the 220th most popular biography from France (up from 235th in 2019) and the 59th most popular French Politician. Philip V of France is most famous for being the king of France from 1715 to 1723. He was the first French king of the House of Bourbon.
Jan 1, 2023 · Philip IV, byname Philip the Fair, French Philippe le Bel, (born 1268, Fontainebleau, France—died November 29, 1314, Fontainebleau), king of France from 1285 to 1314 (and of Navarre, as Philip I, from 1284 to 1305, ruling jointly with his wife, Joan I of Navarre).
King of France (Roi de France) Philip IV the Fair (Philippe IV le Bel) 5 October 1285: 29 November 1314 • Son of Philip III King of France and of Navarre (Roi de France et de Navarre) Louis X the Quarreller (Louis X le Hutin) 29 November 1314: 5 June 1316 • Son of Philip IV King of France and of Navarre (Roi de France et de Navarre) John I the Posthumous