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Death: Died in Paris, Ile-de-France, France
Occupation: Fille de Charles Ier, roi de Hongrie
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Clémence de Hongrie

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Clémence de Hongrie, (née en 1293 - morte le 12 octobre 1328 à Paris), reine de France et de Navarre, fut la fille de Charles-Martel d'Anjou, roi titulaire de Hongrie et de Clémence de Habsbourg, fille de l’empereur Rodolphe Ier. Elle est surnommée Clémence l'orpheline, car ses parents sont morts quand elle avait deux ans, et elle est élevée par sa grand-mère Marie de Hongrie.

Elle fut la nièce du comte Charles de Valois, époux de Marguerite d'Anjou-Sicile, sœur de son père.

Alors que son épouse Marguerite de Bourgogne était toujours enfermée dans sa prison de Château-Gaillard pour adultère, le roi de France, Louis X le Hutin, se mit à la recherche d’une nouvelle épouse. Hugues de Bouville, grand chambellan de Philippe IV, se chargea d'aller la chercher à Naples, à la cour de Robert Ier de Naples, oncle de Clémence de Hongrie.

Le 19 août 1315, elle épousa le roi Louis X, et fut couronnée avec lui à Reims, le 24 du même mois.

Veuve en juin 1316, elle mit au monde en novembre 1316 un fils, Jean Ier le Posthume, qui ne vécut que cinq jours.

Clémence quitta la cour pour Avignon, puis en 1318 elle entra au couvent des dominicains d'Aix-en-Provence. Quelques années plus tard, elle rentra à Paris où elle mourut, le 12 octobre 1328, à l’âge de 35 ans. Elle fut inhumée le 15 octobre au couvent des Jacobins.

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Clementia of Hungary

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Clementia of Hungary (also known as Clémence d'Anjou; French: Clémence de Hongrie) (1293-October 12, 1328), Queen consort of France and Navarre, was the second wife of King Louis X of France.

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She was the daughter of Charles Martel of Anjou, titular King of Hungary, and Klementia of Habsburg, the daughter of Holy Roman Emperor Rudolf I. She was the niece of Charles of Valois by his first wife, Marguerite of Anjou and Sicily.

When Philip IV of France died, his eldest son Louis of Navarre became King of France. His wife, Marguerite, had been locked up in Château-Gaillard since 1314, having been found guilty of adultery by the King, on the testimony of, amongst others, her sister-in-law, Isabelle; since there had been no formal divorce, Marguerite technically became Queen consort with Philip's death, but was kept locked up. In 1315, however, the Queen died - allegedly strangled or otherwise murdered to allow her husband to remarry - and Louis was able to remarry. He chose Clemence, and they married on August 19, 1315; she was crowned Queen at Reims on August 24.

Louis died in June 1316, leaving Clemence several months pregnant. Her brother-in-law, Philippe, became regent, denying the rights of Clemence's step-daughter Jeanne, who was too young and whose paternity was doubtful, and of Clemence herself, who was considered unsuitable to be regent. She gave birth to a son named John in November 1316. King from the moment of his birth, he lived only four days, whereupon the throne was seized by his uncle, who became Philip V.

Clemence then left the court for Avignon. She then in 1318 went into retirement in the Dominican convent of Aix-en-Provence. She returned to Paris several years later, and died on October 12, 1328, at age thirty five. She was buried on October 15 in the Jacobin convent.

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Clemencia de Hungría's Timeline

1293
February, 1293
1315
August 19, 1315
Age 22
Paris, France
1316
November 15, 1316
Age 23
Paris, France
1328
October 12, 1328
Age 35
Paris, Ile-de-France, France
October, 1328
Age 35
Church Of Jacobins, Paris, France
1994
October 13, 1994
Age 35
December 6, 1994
Age 35
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