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  1. Catherine of Valois was the youngest daughter of King Charles VI of France and his wife Isabeau of Bavaria. She was born at the Hôtel Saint-Pol (a royal palace in Paris) on 27 October 1401. Early on, there had been a discussion of marrying her to the Prince of Wales , the son of Henry IV of England , but the king died before negotiations could ...

  2. Catherine de France, ou Catherine de Valois, née le 27 octobre 1401 à Paris et morte le 3 janvier 1437 à Londres, est une des filles du roi Charles VI de France et d'Isabeau de Bavière. Elle est reine d'Angleterre par son mariage avec le roi Henri V .

  3. Catherine is also portrayed in the book Médicis Daughter: A Novel of Marguerite de Valois by Sophie Perinot, which follows Margaret of Valois. Virna Lisi assumed the role of Catherine in La Reine Margot , a 1994 French film directed by Patrice Chéreau [150] based on the novel La Reine Margot by Alexandre Dumas .

  4. Catherine II, also Catherine of Valois or Catherine of Taranto (before 15 April 1303 – October 1346), was the recognised Latin Empress of Constantinople from 1307–1346, although she lived in exile and only had authority over Crusader States in Greece.

  5. En 1308, Charles de Valois revendique le comté de Namur au nom de ses filles, en tant qu'époux de Catherine de Courtenay, descendante de Baudouin II de Courtenay, marquis de Namur. Mais pour une fois Philippe le Bel ne soutient pas son frère et tranche en faveur du comte Jean I er de Namur , qui peut garder son fief.

  6. In 1420, Henry's son married Isabella's sister, Catherine of Valois. [9] On 29 June 1406 Isabella, aged 16, married her paternal cousin, Charles (1394–1465), aged 11, [10] who became Duke of Orléans in 1407 following the assassination of his father .

  7. Catherine de Valois. Henry's widow Catherine de Valois (1401-1437) married Owen Tudor, a Welsh squire, and one of her three sons, Edmund, Earl of Richmond was the father of the future Henry VII. Her funeral took place on 10th February 1437. Solemn vespers for the dead were sung on the eve of the funeral.

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