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Marie de Brabant, Queen, consort of Philip III, King of France, 1254-1321

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Personal name headingMarie de Brabant, Queen, consort of Philip III, King of France, 1254-1321
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Birth date1254-05-13
Death date1322-01-12
Place of birthLouvain (Belgium)
Place of deathLes Mureaux (France)
Profession or occupationQueens
Found inMarie de Brabant, 1826: title page (par M. Ancelot)
Wikipedia, 25 July 2017 (Marie of Brabant, Queen of France; Marie of Brabant (13 May 1254--12 January 1322) was Queen consort of France by marriage to Philip III of France; born in Leuven, Brabant, she was a daughter of Henry III, Duke of Brabant, and Adelaide of Burgundy; she married the widowed Philip III of France on 21 August 1274; after the death of Philip III in 1285, Marie dedicated her life to their three childre; her stepson, Philip IV was crowned king of France on 6 January 1286 in Reims; with Joan I of Navarre and Blanche of Artois, she negotiated peace in 1294 between England and France with Edmund Crouchback, the younger brother of Edward I of England; Marie lived through Philip IV's reign and she outlived her children; she died in the monastery at Les Mureaux, near Meulan, where she had withdrawn to in 1316; she was buried in the Cordeliers Convent in Paris, which was destroyed by fire in 1580)
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