Anne de Beaujeu


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Anne de Beaujeu

(də bōzhö`), c.1460–1522, regent of France, daughter of the French King Louis XI. With her husband, Pierre de Beaujeu, duc de Bourbon, she acted as regent for her brother, Charles VIII, after the death (1483) of Louis XI. Preserving the royal authority, she put down the rebellious great nobles and subdued Brittany. In 1491 she and her husband arranged the marriage of Charles VIII to Anne of BrittanyAnne of Brittany,
1477–1514, queen of France as consort of Charles VIII from 1491 to 1498 and consort of Louis XII from 1499 until her death. The daughter of Duke Francis II of Brittany, she was heiress to his duchy.
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, c.1460–1522, regent of France, daughter of the French King Louis XI. With her husband, Pierre de Beaujeu, duc de Bourbon, she acted as regent for her brother, Charles VIII, after the death (1483) of Louis XI.
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Marguerite d'Autriche also owned at least one polyphonic songbook, as did other members of the nobility such as Louis d'Orleans (Paris, Bibliotheque nationale, MS fonds francais 2245) and Anne de Beaujeu and her husband, Pierre de Bourbon (London, British Library, MS Royal 20.
Murielle Gaude-Ferragu itemizes the novelties of this same duke's funeral, which was organized by Anne de Beaujeu, from lit mortuaire to tomb, and with a unique emphasis on the inauguration of a successor and on an elaborate written chronicle.
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