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date: 17 February 2020

Isabella [Isabella of France]locked

  • John Carmi Parsons


Isabella [Isabella of France] (1295–1358), queen of England, consort of Edward II, was the only surviving daughter of Philippe IV of France (r. 1285–1314) and Jeanne de Champagne, queen of Navarre.

Born late in 1295 Isabella was first proposed as a wife for ...

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