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Birthplace: Louvain, Brabant, Belgium
Death: Died in Murat, Allier, Bourbonnois, France
Occupation: Queen consort of France, Reine de France - Fille d'Henri III le Dâebonnaire, Queen Consort of France, wed at canterberry 8 Sept 1299, Reina de Francia
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About Marie de Brabant, reine consorte de France

Marie de Brabant1

F, b. 1256, d. 12 January 1321

    Marie de Brabant was born in 1256 at Louvain, Belgium.

She was the daughter of Henri III de Brabant, Duc de Brabant and Alix de Bourgogne.

She married Philippe III, Roi de France, son of Louis IX, Roi de France and Marguerite de Provence, on 23 August 1274. 

She died on 12 January 1321. She was buried at Paris, France.

Children of Marie de Brabant and Philippe III, Roi de France

1.Louis de France b. c 1265, d. 1276

2.Louis de France, Comte d'Evreux+ b. 1276, d. 1319

3.Blanche de France3 b. c 1278, d. 1305

4.Marguerite de France+ b. c 1279, d. 14 Feb 1317/18

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Maria of Brabant

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Maria of Brabant (13 May 1254, Leuven – 10 January 1321, Murel), Queen consort of France.

She was a daughter of Henry III, Duke of Brabant and Adelaide of Burgundy, daughter of Hugh IV, Duke of Burgundy.

Maria's paternal grandparents were Henry II, Duke of Brabant and his wife Marie of Hohenstaufen. Her maternal grandparents were Hugh IV, Duke of Burgundy and his first wife Yolanda of Dreux.

Maria's siblings included Henry IV, Duke of Brabant and John I, Duke of Brabant. Maria neice was Margaret of Brabant, mother of John of Bohemia, Beatrice, Queen of Hungary and one of Maria's successors, Maria, Queen of France.

Maria married on 24th June 1275, to Philip III of France. This was Philip's second marriage, after the death of his first wife, Isabella of Aragon. Isabella had already given birth to three surviving sons: Louis, Philip and Charles.

Philip was under the strong influence of his mother, the dowager Queen of France, Marguerite of Provence and his minion, surgeon and chamberlain (Chambellan) Pierre de La Brosse (La La Broce or Brou). Maria stood out at the French court, not being French herself.

In 1276, Philip's son and heir, Louis died, under suspicious circumstances. Maria was suspected of ordering the poisoning of Louis, La Brosse was also suspected. La Brosse was imprisoned and later executed for the murder. Marguerite suspected Maria of ordering the death of Louis and Philip did seem to agree more with his mother than his wife.

Philip III died in 1285, Maria lost her political influence so dedicated her life to her three children. Maria stepson, Philip became King of France and was crowned King 6 January 1286 in Reims. Maria lived right through Philip IV's reign and she had outlived two of her three children.

Maria and Philip had three children:

  1. Louis (May 1276 – May 19, 1319), Count of Évreux
  2. Blanche (1278 – March 19, 1305, Vienna), married Rudolf III of Austria on May 25, 1300
  3. Marguerite (1282 – February 14, 1317), married Edward I of England

Maria died in 1321, aged sixty one, in the monastery of Meulan where she had withdrawn to in 1316. Maria wasn't buried in Basilica of Saint-Denis, where most other members of the French royal family were buried, instead she was buried in the Cordeliers Convent, in Paris. The church was destroyed in a fire in 1580.

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Marie de Brabant

b. 1256,
d. 12 January 1321
    Marie de Brabant was born in 1256 at Louvain, Belgium. She was the daughter of Henri III de Brabant, Duc de Brabant and Alix de Bourgogne.
She married Philippe III, Roi de France, son of Louis IX, Roi de France 

and Marguerite de Provence, on 23 August 1274.

She died on 10 January 1321. She was buried at Paris, France.

Children of Marie de Brabant and Philippe III, Roi de France

Louis de France b. c 1265, d. 1276

Louis de France, Comte d'Evreux+ b. 1276, d. 1319

Blanche de France b. c 1278, d. 13053

Marguerite de France+ b. c 1279, d. 14 Feb 1317/18

Citations

http://thepeerage.com/p10313.htm

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Maria of Brabant

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Maria of Brabant

Queen consort of France


Reign as consort 21 August 1274 – 5 October 1285

Spouse Philip III of France

Issue

1.Louis d'Évreux

2.Blanche of France

3.Marguerite of France

House House of Brabant

House of Capet

Father ...................Henry III, Duke of Brabant

Mother ..................Adelaide of Burgundy

Born 13 May 1254(1254-05-13) Leuven

Died 10 January 1321 (aged 66) Murel

Burial Cordeliers Convent, Paris


Maria's coronation

Maria of Brabant (13 May 1254, Leuven – 10 January 1321, Murel), Queen consort of France.

She was a daughter of Henry III, Duke of Brabant

and Adelaide of Burgundy, daughter of Hugh IV, Duke of Burgundy.

Maria became the second wife of Philip III of France on 21 August 1274 at Vincennes. She was crowned at Ste-Chapelle on 24 June 1275. She was the mother of Louis d'Evreux,

Blanche, wife of Rudolph I of Bohemia,

and Marguerite (wife of Edward I of England).

Due to her influence Philip became involved in the affairs of the Angevins and in hostilities with the Kingdom of Aragon.

Following the death of her husband the King in 5 October 1285, she withdrew to a convent near Meulan. She died there 36 years later, and was buried in the Cordeliers convent in Paris.

[edit] Children

With Philip III of France:

Louis (May 1276 – May 19, 1319), Count of Évreux

Blanche (1278 – March 19, 1305, Vienna), married Rudolf III of Austria on May 25, 1300

Marguerite (1282 – February 14, 1317), married Edward I of England

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Husband: Philippe, III CAPET

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Born: 1 MAY 1245 at: ,Poissy,Yvelines,France

Married: 21 AUG 1274 at: Vincennes,Val-De-Marne,France

  Died: 5 OCT 1285       at: Perpignan,Pyrenees-Orienta,Pyrenees-Orienta,France  
Father:Louis, IX CAPET
Mother:Marguerite BERENGUER
       Other Spouses: Isabella BERENGAR  

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 Wife: Marie DE BRABANT

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 Born: 1260             at: Louvain,Brabant,Belgium  
  Died: 12 JAN 1320      at: Murel (near Meulan),Ile-de-France,France  
Father:Henry, III DE BRABANT
Mother:Alix DE BOURGOGNE
       Other Spouses: 

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CHILDREN

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 Name: Louis CAPET
  Born: 1276             at:   

Married: at:

  Died: 19 MAY 1319      at: Evreux,France  

Spouses: Marguerite D'ARTOIS

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 Name: Marguerite CAPET
  Born: 1279             at: Paris,France  

Married: at:

  Died: 14 FEB 1316/1317 at: Marlborough,England  

Spouses: Edward I "Longshanks" PLANTAGENET

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Maria of Brabant (13 May 1254, Leuven – January 10, 1321, Murel), Queen consort of France.

She was a daughter of Henry III, Duke of Brabant and Adelaide of Burgundy, daughter of Hugh IV, Duke of Burgundy.

Maria became the second wife of Philip III of France on 21 August 1274 at Vincennes. She was crowned at Ste-Chapelle on 24 June 1275. She was the mother of Louis d'Evreux, Blanche, wife of Rudolph I of Bohemia, and Marguerite (wife of Edward I of England). Due to her influence Philip became involved in the affairs of the Angevins and in hostilities with the Kingdom of Aragon.

Their children were:

Louis (May 1276 – May 19, 1319), Count of Évreux

Blanche (1278 – March 19, 1305, Vienna), married Rudolf III of Austria on May 25, 1300

Marguerite (1282 – February 14, 1317), married Edward I of England


Maria's coronation

Following the death of her husband the King in 5 October 1285, she withdrew to a convent near Meulan. She died there 36 years later, and was buried in the Cordeliers convent in Paris.

Preceded by

Isabella of Aragon Queen of France

1274 – 1285 Succeeded by

Jeanne de Navarre

María de Brabante (Lovaina, Brabante, Bélgica, 1254 - 1321), reina de Francia. Hija del duque Enrique III de Brabante, "el Bueno", y de Adelaida de Borgoña, hija del duque Hugo IV de Borgoña.

Se convirtió, a los catorce años, en la segunda esposa de Felipe III el Atrevido, rey de Francia, en Vincennes, París, el 21 de agosto de 1274. Fue la madre de Luis de Evreux, Margarita (esposa de Eduardo I de Inglaterra), y Blanca, esposa de Rodolfo I de Habsburgo.

Debido a su influencia, Felipe se involucró en el asunto de los Angevinos y en hostilidades con el reino de Aragón

Fue acusada por el chambelán La Brosse de haber envenenado a Luis, nacido del primer matrimonio del rey con Isabel de Aragón, pero su hermano Juan de Brabante la defendió en combate. Después de la muerte del rey, María se retiró en un convento cercano a Meulan, donde murío 36 años más tarde. Su cuerpo fue enterrado en el convento de los Cordeliers de París.

Predecesor:

Isabel de Aragón Reina consorte de Francia

1274-1285 Sucesor:

Juana I de Navarra

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Marie of Brabant (French: Marie de Brabant; 13 May 1254 – 10 January 1321) was Queen consort of France.

Marie was born in Leuven, Brabant. She was a daughter of Henry III, Duke of Brabant, and Adelaide of Burgundy, daughter of Hugh IV, Duke of Burgundy.

Contents

[hide]

   * 1 Family
   * 2 Marriage
   * 3 Children
   * 4 Death
   * 5 Ancestors
   * 6 See also
   * 7 Sources

[edit] Family

Marie's paternal grandparents were Henry II, Duke of Brabant, and his wife Marie of Hohenstaufen. Her maternal grandparents were Hugh IV, Duke of Burgundy, and his first wife Yolande of Dreux. Marie's siblings included Henry IV, Duke of Brabant, and John I, Duke of Brabant.

[edit] Marriage

Marie married on 24 June 1275, to Philip III of France. This was Philip's second marriage, after the death of his first wife, Isabella of Aragon. Isabella had already given birth to three surviving sons: Louis, Philip and Charles.

Philip was under the strong influence of his mother, the dowager Queen of France, Margaret of Provence and his minion, surgeon and chamberlain (Chambellan) Pierre de La Broce (or Pierre de Brosse). Not being French, Marie stood out at the French court.

In 1276, Philip's son and heir, Louis died, under suspicious circumstances. Marie was suspected of ordering him to be poisoned. La Brosse, who was also suspected, was imprisoned and later executed for the murder. Margaret suspected Marie of ordering the death of Louis and Philip did seem to agree more with his mother than his wife.

After the death of Philip III in 1285, Marie lost her political influence, and dedicated her life to her three children. Her stepson, Philip was crowned king of France, as Philip IV, on 6 January 1286 in Reims. Marie lived right through Philip IV's reign and she had outlived all three children.

[edit] Children

Marie and Philip had three children:

  1. Louis (May 1276 – 19 May 1319), Count of Évreux
  2. Blanche (1278 – 19 March 1305, Vienna), married Rudolf III of Austria on 25 May 1300
  3. Margaret (1282 – 14 February 1317), married Edward I of England

[edit] Death

Marie died in 1321, aged sixty one, in the monastery at Les Mureaux, near Meulan, where she had withdrawn to in 1316. Marie wasn't buried in royal necropolis of Basilica of Saint-Denis, but in the Cordeliers Convent, in Paris. Destroyed in a fire in 1580, the church was rebuilt in the following years.

[edit] Ancestors

Maria's ancestors in three generations Marie of Brabant Father:

Henry III, Duke of Brabant Paternal Grandfather:

Henry II, Duke of Brabant Paternal Great-grandfather:

Henry I, Duke of Brabant

Paternal Great-grandmother:

Mathilde of Flanders

Paternal Grandmother:

Marie of Hohenstaufen Paternal Great-grandfather:

Philip of Swabia

Paternal Great-grandmother:

Irene Angelina

Mother:

Adelaide of Burgundy Maternal Grandfather:

Hugh IV, Duke of Burgundy Maternal Great-grandfather:

Eudes III, Duke of Burgundy

Maternal Great-grandmother:

Theresa of Portugal

Maternal Grandmother:

Yolanda of Dreux Maternal Great-grandfather:

Robert III of Dreux

Maternal Great-grandmother:

Aénor of Saint-Valéry

[edit] See also

   * Marie of Brabant (disambiguation)

[edit] Sources

   * Translation from German wikipedia

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Maria of Brabant

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Maria of Brabant (13 May 1254, Leuven – January 10, 1321, Murel), Queen consort of France.

She was a daughter of Henry III, Duke of Brabant and Adelaide of Burgundy, daughter of Hugh IV, Duke of Burgundy.

Maria became the second wife of Philip III of France on 21 August 1274 at Vincennes. She was crowned at Ste-Chapelle on 24 June 1275. She was the mother of Louis d'Evreux, Marguerite (wife of Edward I of England), and Blanche, wife of Rudolph I of Bohemia. Due to her influence Philip became involved in the affairs of the Angevins and in hostilities with the Kingdom of Aragon.

Their children were:

Louis (May 1276 – May 19, 1319), Count of Évreux

Blanche (1278 – March 19, 1305, Vienna), married Rudolf III of Austria on May 25, 1300

Margaret (1282 – February 14, 1317), married Edward I of England

Following the death of her husband the King in 5 October 1285, she withdrew to a convent near Meulan. She died there 36 years later, and was buried in the Cordeliers convent in Paris.

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Marie of Brabant (French: Marie de Brabant; 13 May 1254 – 10 January 1321) was Queen consort of France.

Marie was born in Leuven, Brabant. She was a daughter of Henry III, Duke of Brabant, and Adelaide of Burgundy, daughter of Hugh IV, Duke of Burgundy.

Contents [hide]

1 Family

2 Marriage

3 Children

4 Death

5 Ancestors

6 See also

7 Sources


[edit] Family

Marie's paternal grandparents were Henry II, Duke of Brabant, and his wife Marie of Hohenstaufen. Her maternal grandparents were Hugh IV, Duke of Burgundy, and his first wife Yolande of Dreux. Marie's siblings included Henry IV, Duke of Brabant, and John I, Duke of Brabant.

[edit] Marriage

Marie married on 24 June 1275, to Philip III of France. This was Philip's second marriage, after the death of his first wife, Isabella of Aragon. Isabella had already given birth to three surviving sons: Louis, Philip and Charles.

Philip was under the strong influence of his mother, the dowager Queen of France, Margaret of Provence and his minion, surgeon and chamberlain (Chambellan) Pierre de La Broce (or Pierre de Brosse). Not being French, Marie stood out at the French court.

In 1276, Philip's son and heir, Louis died, under suspicious circumstances. Marie was suspected of ordering him to be poisoned. La Brosse, who was also suspected, was imprisoned and later executed for the murder. Margaret suspected Marie of ordering the death of Louis and Philip did seem to agree more with his mother than his wife.

After the death of Philip III in 1285, Marie lost her political influence, and dedicated her life to her three children. Her stepson, Philip was crowned king of France, as Philip IV, on 6 January 1286 in Reims. Marie lived right through Philip IV's reign and she had outlived all three children.

[edit] Children

Marie and Philip had three children:

1.Louis (May 1276 – 19 May 1319), Count of Évreux

2.Blanche (1278 – 19 March 1305, Vienna), married Rudolf III of Austria on 25 May 1300

3.Margaret, married Edward I of England

[edit] Death

Marie died in 1321, aged sixty one, in the monastery at Les Mureaux, near Meulan, where she had withdrawn to in 1316. Marie wasn't buried in royal necropolis of Basilica of Saint-Denis, but in the Cordeliers Convent, in Paris. Destroyed in a fire in 1580, the church was rebuilt in the following years.

[edit] Ancestors

Maria's ancestors in three generations Marie of Brabant Father:

Henry III, Duke of Brabant Paternal Grandfather:

Henry II, Duke of Brabant Paternal Great-grandfather:

Henry I, Duke of Brabant

Paternal Great-grandmother:

Mathilde of Flanders

Paternal Grandmother:

Marie of Hohenstaufen Paternal Great-grandfather:

Philip of Swabia

Paternal Great-grandmother:

Irene Angelina

Mother:

Adelaide of Burgundy Maternal Grandfather:

Hugh IV, Duke of Burgundy Maternal Great-grandfather:

Eudes III, Duke of Burgundy

Maternal Great-grandmother:

Theresa of Portugal

Maternal Grandmother:

Yolanda of Dreux Maternal Great-grandfather:

Robert III of Dreux

Maternal Great-grandmother:

Aénor of Saint-Valéry

[edit] See also

Marie of Brabant (disambiguation)

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Maria of Brabant (13 May 1254, Leuven – January 10, 1321, Murel), Queen consort of France.

She was a daughter of Henry III, Duke of Brabant and Adelaide of Burgundy, daughter of Hugh IV, Duke of Burgundy.

Maria became the second wife of Philip III of France on 21 August 1274 at Vincennes. She was crowned at Ste-Chapelle on 24 June 1275. She was the mother of Louis d'Evreux, Blanche, wife of Rudolph I of Bohemia, and Marguerite (wife of Edward I of England). Due to her influence Philip became involved in the affairs of the Angevins and in hostilities with the Kingdom of Aragon.

Their children were:

Louis (May 1276 – May 19, 1319), Count of Évreux

Blanche (1278 – March 19, 1305, Vienna), married Rudolf III of Austria on May 25, 1300

Marguerite (1282 – February 14, 1317), married Edward I of England

Following the death of her husband the King in 5 October 1285, she withdrew to a convent near Meulan. She died there 36 years later, and was buried in the Cordeliers convent in Paris.

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Marie of Brabant, Queen of France

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Marie of Brabant

Queen consort of France

Tenure 21 August 1274 – 5 October 1285

Spouse Philip III of France

Issue

Louis d'Évreux

Blanche, Duchess of Austria

Margaret, Queen of England

House House of Brabant

House of Capet

Father Henry III, Duke of Brabant

Mother Adelaide of Burgundy

Born 13 May 1254(1254-05-13)

Leuven

Died 10 January 1321 (aged 66)

Les Mureaux, France

Burial Cordeliers Convent, Paris

Marie, at her coronation

Marie of Brabant (French: Marie de Brabant; 13 May 1254 – 10 January 1321) was Queen consort of France.

Marie was born in Leuven, Brabant. She was a daughter of Henry III, Duke of Brabant, and Adelaide of Burgundy, daughter of Hugh IV, Duke of Burgundy.

Contents

[show]

   * 1 Family
   * 2 Marriage
   * 3 Issue
   * 4 Death
   * 5 Ancestors
   * 6 See also
   * 7 Sources

[edit] Family

Marie's paternal grandparents were Henry II, Duke of Brabant, and his wife Marie of Hohenstaufen. Her maternal grandparents were Hugh IV, Duke of Burgundy, and his first wife Yolande of Dreux. Marie's siblings included Henry IV, Duke of Brabant, and John I, Duke of Brabant.

[edit] Marriage

Marie married on 24 June 1275, to Philip III of France. This was Philip's second marriage, after the death of his first wife, Isabella of Aragon. Isabella had already given birth to three surviving sons: Louis, Philip and Charles.

Philip was under the strong influence of his mother, the dowager Queen of France, Margaret of Provence and his minion, surgeon and chamberlain (Chambellan) Pierre de La Broce (or Pierre de Brosse). Not being French, Marie stood out at the French court.

In 1276, Philip's son and heir, Louis died, under suspicious circumstances. Marie was suspected of ordering him to be poisoned. La Brosse, who was also suspected, was imprisoned and later executed for the murder. Margaret suspected Marie of ordering the death of Louis and Philip did seem to agree more with his mother than his wife.

After the death of Philip III in 1285, Marie lost her political influence, and dedicated her life to her three children. Her stepson, Philip was crowned king of France, as Philip IV, on 6 January 1286 in Reims. Marie lived right through Philip IV's reign and she had outlived all three children.

[edit] Issue

Marie and Philip had three children:

  1. Louis (May 1276 – 19 May 1319), Count of Évreux
  2. Blanche (1278 – 19 March 1305, Vienna), married Rudolf III of Austria on 25 May 1300
  3. Margaret, married Edward I of England

[edit] Death

Marie died in 1321, aged sixty one, in the monastery at Les Mureaux, near Meulan, where she had withdrawn to in 1316. Marie wasn't buried in royal necropolis of Basilica of Saint-Denis, but in the Cordeliers Convent, in Paris. Destroyed in a fire in 1580, the church was rebuilt in the following years.

See also

   * Marie of Brabant (disambiguation)

[edit] Sources

   * Translation from German wikipedia

French royalty

his page was last modified on 12 July 2010 at 22:48.

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Maria of Brabant (13 May 1254, Leuven – January 10, 1321, Murel), Queen consort of France.

She was a daughter of Henry III, Duke of Brabant and Adelaide of Burgundy, daughter of Hugh IV, Duke of Burgundy.

Maria became the second wife of Philip III of France on 21 August 1274 at Vincennes. She was crowned at Ste-Chapelle on 24 June 1275. She was the mother of Louis d'Evreux, Blanche, wife of Rudolph I of Bohemia, and Marguerite (wife of Edward I of England). Due to her influence Philip became involved in the affairs of the Angevins and in hostilities with the Kingdom of Aragon.

Their children were:

Louis (May 1276 – May 19, 1319), Count of Évreux

Blanche (1278 – March 19, 1305, Vienna), married Rudolf III of Austria on May 25, 1300

Marguerite (1282 – February 14, 1317), married Edward I of England

Following the death of her husband the King in 5 October 1285, she withdrew to a convent near Meulan. She died there 36 years later, and was buried in the Cordeliers convent in Paris.

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A portrait of their marriage hangs in the British Museum.

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Marie of Brabant (13 May 1254, Leuven – 10 January 1321, Murel), Queen consort of France.

She was a daughter of Henry III, Duke of Brabant and Adelaide of Burgundy, daughter of Hugh IV, Duke of Burgundy.

Marie's paternal grandparents were Henry II, Duke of Brabant and his wife Marie of Hohenstaufen. Her maternal grandparents were Hugh IV, Duke of Burgundy and his first wife Yolanda of Dreux.

Marie's siblings included Henry IV, Duke of Brabant and John I, Duke of Brabant. Maria neice was Margaret of Brabant, mother of John of Bohemia, Beatrice, Queen of Hungary and one of Maria's successors, Maria, Queen of France.

[edit] Marriage

Marie married on 24th June 1275, to Philip III of France. This was Philip's second marriage, after the death of his first wife, Isabella of Aragon. Isabella had already given birth to three surviving sons: Louis, Philip and Charles.

Philip was under the strong influence of his mother, the dowager Queen of France, Margaret of Provence and his minion, surgeon and chamberlain (Chambellan) Pierre de La Brosse (La La Broce or Brou). Marie stood out at the French court, not being French herself.

Children

Marie and Philip had three children:

  1. Louis (May 1276 – May 19, 1319), Count of Évreux
  2. Blanche (1278 – March 19, 1305, Vienna), married Rudolf III of Austria on May 25, 1300
  3. Margaret (1282 – February 14, 1317), married Edward I of England

Death

Maria died in 1321, aged sixty one, in the monastery of Meulan where she had withdrawn to in 1316. Maria wasn't buried in Basilica of Saint-Denis, where most other members of the French royal family were buried, instead she was buried in the Cordeliers Convent, in Paris. The church was destroyed in a fire in 1580. -------------------- María de Brabante (Lovaina, Brabante, Bélgica, 13 de mayo de 1254 - 10 de enero de 1321), reina de Francia. Hija del duque Enrique III de Brabante, "el Bueno", y de Adelaida de Borgoña, hija del duque Hugo IV de Borgoña.

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Marie de Brabant, reine consorte de France's Timeline

1254
May 13, 1254
Louvain, Brabant, Belgium
1274
August 21, 1274
Age 20
Vincennes, Val-de-Marne, France
1276
May 3, 1276
Age 21
Fontainebleau, Ile de France, France
1278
1278
Age 23
Fontainebleau, Seine-et-Marne, Ile-de-France, France
1279
1279
Age 24
Paris, Paris, Ile-de-France, France
1321
January 12, 1321
Age 66
Murat, Allier, Bourbonnois, France
January 1321
Age 66
Couvent Des Cordeliers, Paris, France
1916
March 7, 1916
Age 66
1917
September 12, 1917
Age 66
1992
June 25, 1992
Age 66