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  1. Suzanne de Bourbon (10 May 1491 – 28 April 1521) was suo jure Duchess of Bourbon and Auvergne from 1503 to her death alongside her husband Charles III . Early life Portrait of Suzanne executed for the Duke and Duchess of Bourbon. It is the right wing of a Bourbon triptych.

    • Priory of Souvigny, Souvigny, Auvergne, France
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  2. Nov 21, 2015 · Suzanne was full of grief when her father died. With his death, Suzanne was the duchess of Bourbon in her own right with Anne acting as her regent. In July of 1504, Anne took steps to break the marriage contract between Suzanne and d’Alençon. She paid the duke one hundred thousand livres and Suzanne was free to marry.

  3. Suzanne of Bourbon (1491–1521) Duchess of Bourbon. Name variations: Susanne of Bourbon, Susanne de Bourbonne. Reigned as duchess of Bourbon or Bourbonnais from 1503 to 1521; born May 10, 1491; died April 28, 1521; dau. of Anne of Beaujeu (c. 1460–1522) and Pierre II de Bourbon, lord of Beaujeu; m.

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  5. May 13, 2021 · Despite her sickly health, Suzanne was quite intelligent, so her parents groomed her for being a capable Duchess de Bourbon. Anne taught her daughter the ways of court life and some politics, what Anne herself, who was described by Louis XI as ‘the least foolish woman in France,’ learned in all matters.

  6. Suzanne de Bourbon (10 May 1491 – 28 April 1521) was suo jure Duchess of Bourbon and Auvergne from 1503 to her death alongside her husband Charles III. Oops something went wrong: 403 Wikiwand is the world's leading Wikipedia reader for web and mobile.

  7. Suzanne succeeded Peter as suo jure Duchess of Bourbon on his death in 1503. Anne, however, had always been the more dominant member in her marriage and remained the administrator of the Bourbon lands after his death, protecting them from royal encroachment.

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