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    Philip the Good. Philip the Good (1396-1467) was Duke of Burgundy from 1419 to 1467. His brilliant and sumptuous court was the most celebrated in Europe, and Burgundian power and cultural life flowered under his patronage. Born at Dijon on July 31, 1396, Philip the Good was the son of Duke John the Fearless and Margaret of Bavaria.

  2. Philip III - Web Gallery of Art

    Philip III Philip was the son of John the Fearless and Margaret of Bavaria. When he became duke of Burgundy at the age of 23, his first aim was to extricate himself as expeditiously as possible from the French affairs in which his father, Duke John, had been embroiled and that had led to his assassination in 1419.

  3. Duke Philip of Burgundy and Countess Jacqueline of Bavaria ...

    The Treaty of Delft, also called the Reconciliation of Delft, Zoenverdrag van Delft was signed by Jacqueline of Bavaria and Philip of Burgundy, which brought a temporary halt to the Hoekse en Kabeljauwse twistene wars, the Hook (Jacqueline and the landed nobles) and Cods (Philip and the more progressive cities).Jacqueline ramained nominally Countess of Holland, Zeeland and Hainaut.

  4. Colin O'Donoghue - TheTudors - Duke Philip of Bavaria

    24-set-2017 - Colin O'Donoghue - TheTudors - Duke Philip of Bavaria

  5. Episode 21: Jacqueline of Bavaria — Republic of Amsterdam Radio

    Mar 16, 2020 · His domains expanded again in 1430, when Philip of St Pol, the Duke of Brabant, also died, having also left Philip as his heir. Philip though, in pragmatic fashion, realised that the difficulties of running a large, centralised state, combined with Holland’s vulnerability to civil divisions and conflict, would cause him problems.

  6. duke of Bavaria – Nobiliary law – Adelsrecht – Droit nobiliaire

    On 8 May 1693, Joseph Clemens, duke of Bavaria, then Archbishop-Elector of Cologne, formed the Bruderschaft des hl. Erzengels und Himmelsfürsten Michael, that still exists today and has about 800 members, mostly in Germany and Austria.

  7. History of Bavaria - Hyperleap

    Jülich and Berg fell to Count Palatine Wolfgang William of Neuburg and after the last duke of Palatinate-Neuburg (also Elector of the Palatinate from 1685) Charles III Philip had died without issue in 1742, Count Charles Theodore of Palatinate-Sulzbach (after 1777 also Duke of Bavaria) inherited Jülich and Berg.

  8. The names of the Jacobite Kings and their heirs are shown in BOLD CAPITAL letters. ... ALBERT I (1905-1996) Edward VIII George VI (Duke of Bavaria) ... Philip, Duke m ...

  9. Maria Anna was falsely accused of hypochondria by the king. She had three children: Louis de France who fathered the future King Louis XV of France, Philippe de France who became King Philip V of Spain, and Charles de France who became the Duke of Berry. Maria Anna Victoria of Bavaria died at age 29, in the Palace of Versailles.

  10. Haplogroups of European kings and queens - Eupedia

    Oct 05, 2011 · - Empress Alexandra Fyodorovna of Hesse and Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh (haplogroup H : 263G, 315.1C, 16111T, 16357C) Both of them descend in matrilineal line from Queen Victoria. This lineage's oldest known matrilineal ancestor would be Mathilde, mother of Cecile de Provence-Arles (died in 1150).

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