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Philippe de Savoie, comte de Baugé et de Bresse

Also Known As: "The Landless", "Senza Terra"
Birthdate:
Birthplace: Chambéry, Savoie, Savoie, France
Death: Died in Chambéry, Savoie, Rhone-Alpes, France
Immediate Family:

Son of Louis I, duc de Savoie and Anne de Lusignan, princesse de Chypre
Husband of Marguerite de Bourbon and Claudine de Brosse
Father of René "le Grand Bâtard, comte de Savoie"; Jeanne Antoinette de Savoie; Pierre de Savoie; Claudine de Savoie; Marguerite de Savoie and 8 others
Brother of Amédée IX, comte de Savoie; Louis de Savoie, comte de Genève; Marguerite de Savoie; Jean de Savoie, comte de Genève; Charlotta de Savoia, Reine de France and 4 others

Occupation: Signore del Bugey, Duca di Savoia, Principe di Piemonte e Conte d'Aosta, Moriana, Nizza e Bresse dal 1496 al 1497, Filippo II di Bresse, Duke of Savoy, comte de Bresse, puis duc de Savoie, prince de Piémont, comte d'Aoste et de Maurienne de 1496 à 1497
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About Philippe II "Sans Terre", duc de Savoie

Philip II, Duke of Savoy

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Philip II (February 5, 1438 in Chambéry – November 7, 1497 in Chambéry), surnamed the Landless was the Duke of Savoy for the brief reign from 1496 to 1497.

He was the granduncle of the previous duke Charles II, and the youngest surviving son of Duke Louis of Savoy and Anne of Cyprus. He however was not the heir general of the previous duke, there being several females before him in the line of succession. To ensure male inheritance to the Savoy line, his eldest son Philibert was married to his cousin, the only sister of the deceased young Duke. However, the plan did not succeed: the girl died at age 12. (Philip had already died in the meantime.) The children of the daughters of Philip's eldest brother Duke Amedeo IX of Savoy were next in line, and were entitled to the inheritance of the line of heirs-general, including Cyprus and Jerusalem. Despite the fact that Cyprus and Jerusalem did not bar succession in female line, Philip however took those claims and used those titles as well. His male successors in Savoy also continued to do so, thus giving their ducal title a higher, royal titulary.

He spent most of his life as a junior member of the ducal family. His original apanage was the district of Bresse, close to the French and Burgundian border, but it was lost and therefore Philip received his sobriquet "the Landless".

[edit]Family

He married:

Margaret of Bourbon (1438-1483) and had 3 children from this marriage

1. Louise (1476-1531), married Charles of Valois-Orléans, Count of Angoulême, had children including:

Francis I of France whose daughter Margaret of Valois married to Emanuele Filiberto of Savoy.

Marguerite of Navarre (1492-1549); Queen consort of King Henry II of Navarre

2. Girolamo (1478)

3. Philibert II (Filiberto II) (1480-1504)

Claudine or Claudina de Brosse of Brittany (1450-1513) and had 6 children from this marriage:

Carlo III (1486-1553) who succeeded his half-brother as Duke of Savoy

Louis (1488-1502)

Philip (1490-1533), duke of Nemours

Assolone (1494)

Giovanni Amedeo (1495)

Philiberta (1498-1524), married Julian II di Medici (1479-1516), duke of Nemours

He had also other 8 illegitimate children by 2 mistresses.

Libera Portoneri

René of Savoy (1468-31 March 1525) - served as Governor of Nice and Provence, known as the Grand Bastard of Savoy and father-in-law of Anne, 1st Duc de Montmorency.

Antonia of Savoy - married Jean II, Lord of Monaco

Peter of Savoy - Bishop of Geneva

Bona di Romagnano.

Claudina (Claudia) of Savoy (d. 2 May 1528) - married to Jacob III, Count of Hornes (d. 15 August 1531).

Philippina (Philippa) of Savoy - married Lorenzo de' Medici

Margherita (Margaret) of Savoy

Giovanna (Johanna) of Savoy

Michele (Michael) of Savoy - a priest

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Philip II, Duke of Savoy

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Philip II (February 5, 1438 in Chambéry – November 7, 1497 in Chambéry), surnamed the Landless was the Duke of Savoy for the brief reign from 1496 to 1497.

He was the granduncle of the previous duke Charles II, and the youngest surviving son of Duke Louis of Savoy and Anne of Cyprus. He however was not the heir general of the previous duke, there being several females before him in the line of succession. To ensure male inheritance to the Savoy line, his eldest son Philibert was married to his cousin, the only sister of the deceased young Duke. However, the plan did not succeed: the girl died at age 12. (Philip had already died in the meantime.) The children of the daughters of Philip's eldest brother Duke Amedeo IX of Savoy were next in line, and were entitled to the inheritance of the line of heirs-general, including Cyprus and Jerusalem. Despite the fact that Cyprus and Jerusalem did not bar succession in female line, Philip however took those claims and used those titles as well. His male successors in Savoy also continued to do so, thus giving their ducal title a higher, royal titulary.

He spent most of his life as a junior member of the ducal family. His original apanage was the district of Bresse, close to the French and Burgundian border, but it was lost and therefore Philip received his sobriquet "the Landless".

[edit]Family

He married:

Margaret of Bourbon (1438-1483) and had 3 children from this marriage

1. Louise (1476-1531), married Charles of Valois-Orléans, Count of Angoulême, had children including:

Francis I of France whose daughter Margaret of Valois married to Emanuele Filiberto of Savoy.

Marguerite of Navarre (1492-1549); Queen consort of King Henry II of Navarre

2. Girolamo (1478)

3. Philibert II (Filiberto II) (1480-1504)

Claudine or Claudina de Brosse of Brittany (1450-1513) and had 6 children from this marriage:

Carlo III (1486-1553) who succeeded his half-brother as Duke of Savoy

Louis (1488-1502)

Philip (1490-1533), duke of Nemours

Assolone (1494)

Giovanni Amedeo (1495)

Philiberta (1498-1524), married Julian II di Medici (1479-1516), duke of Nemours

He had also other 8 illegitimate children by 2 mistresses.

Libera Portoneri

René of Savoy (1468-31 March 1525) - served as Governor of Nice and Provence, known as the Grand Bastard of Savoy and father-in-law of Anne, 1st Duc de Montmorency.

Antonia of Savoy - married Jean II, Lord of Monaco

Peter of Savoy - Bishop of Geneva

Bona di Romagnano.

Claudina (Claudia) of Savoy (d. 2 May 1528) - married to Jacob III, Count of Hornes (d. 15 August 1531).

Philippina (Philippa) of Savoy - married Lorenzo de' Medici

Margherita (Margaret) of Savoy

Giovanna (Johanna) of Savoy

Michele (Michael) of Savoy - a priest

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Philip II, Duke of Savoy

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Philip

Duke of Savoy

Spouse Marguerite de Bourbon

Claudine de Brosse

Issue

Louise, Countess of Angoulême

Philibert II, Duke of Savoy

Charles III, Duke of Savoy

Philippe, Duke of Nemours

Philiberta, Duchess of Nemours

Antonia, Lady of Monaco (illegitimate)

House House of Savoy

Born 4 February 1438(1438-02-04)

Château de Chambéry, Savoy, France

Died 7 November 1497 (aged 59)

Château de Chambéry, Savoy, France

Religion Roman Catholic

Philip II (4 February 1438 – 7 November 1497), surnamed the Landless was the Duke of Savoy for the brief reign from 1496 to 1497.

Contents

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   * 1 Biography
   * 2 Family
         o 2.1 First marriage
         o 2.2 Second marriage
         o 2.3 Illegitimate issue
   * 3 Ancestry

[edit] Biography

He was the granduncle of the previous duke Charles II, and the youngest surviving son of Duke Louis of Savoy and Anne of Cyprus. However, he was not the heir general of the previous duke, there being several females before him in the line of succession. To ensure male inheritance to the Savoy line, his eldest son Philibert was married to his cousin, the only sister of the deceased young Duke. However, the plan did not succeed: the girl died at age twelve. (Philip had already died in the meantime.) The children of the daughters of Philip's eldest brother Duke Amedeo IX of Savoy were next in line, and were entitled to the inheritance of the line of heirs-general, including Cyprus and Jerusalem. Despite the fact that Cyprus and Jerusalem did not bar succession in female line, Philip however took those claims and used those titles as well. His male successors in Savoy also continued to do so, thus giving their ducal title a higher, royal titulary.

He spent most of his life as a junior member of the ducal family. His original apanage was the district of Bresse, close to the French and Burgundian border, but it was lost and therefore Philip received his sobriquet "the Landless", or "Lackland".

[edit] Family

[edit] First marriage

He married Margaret of Bourbon (5 February 1438-1483) and had three children from this marriage:

  1. Louise (1476-1531), married Charles d'Orléans, Count of Angoulême, had children including:
        1. Francis I of France whose daughter Margaret of Valois married to Emanuele Filiberto of Savoy.
        2. Marguerite of Navarre (1492-1549); Queen consort of King Henry II of Navarre
  2. Girolamo (1478)
  3. Philibert II (1480-1504)

Coat of Arms of the Counts of Savoy

[edit] Second marriage

He married Claudine de Brosse of Brittany (1450-1513) and had six children from this marriage:

  1. Charles III (1486-1553) who succeeded his half-brother as Duke of Savoy
  2. Louis (1488-1502)
  3. Philip (1490-1533), duke of Nemours
  4. Assolone (1494)
  5. Giovanni Amedeo (1495)
  6. Philiberta (1498-1524), married Julian II di Medici (1479-1516), duke of Nemours

[edit] Illegitimate issue

He also had eight illegitimate children by two mistresses.

With Libera Portoneri:

  1. René of Savoy (1468-31 March 1525), served as Governor of Nice and Provence, known as the Grand Bastard of Savoy and father-in-law of Anne, 1st Duc de Montmorency
  2. Antonia of Savoy, married Jean II, Lord of Monaco
  3. Peter of Savoy, Bishop of Geneva

With Bona di Romagnano:

  1. Claudina (Claudia) of Savoy (d. 2 May 1528), married to Jacob III, Count of Hornes (d. 15 August 1531).
  2. Philippina (Philippa) of Savoy, married Lorenzo de' Medici
  3. Margherita (Margaret) of Savoy
  4. Giovanna (Johanna) of Savoy
  5. Michele (Michael) of Savoy, a priest

This page was last modified on 1 August 2010 at 20:11.

-------------------- He was a Duke

Philip II (February 5, 1438 – November 7, 1497), surnamed the Landless was the Duke of Savoy for the brief reign from 1496 to 1497.

He was the granduncle of the previous duke Charles II, and the youngest surviving son of Duke Louis of Savoy and Anne of Cyprus. He however was not the heir general of the previous duke, there being several females before him in the line of succession. To ensure male inheritance to the Savoy line, his eldest son Philibert was married to his cousin, the only sister of the deceased young Duke. However, the plan did not succeed: the girl died at age 12. (Philip had already died in the meantime.) The children of the daughters of Philip's eldest brother Duke Amedeo IX of Savoy were next in line, and were entitled to the inheritance of the line of heirs-general, including Cyprus and Jerusalem. Despite of the fact that Cyprus and Jerusalem did not bar succession in female line, Philip however took those claims and used those titles as well. His male successors in Savoy also continued to do so, thus giving their ducal title a higher, royal titulary.

He spent most of his life as a junior member of the ducal family. His original apanage was the district of Bresse, close to the French and Burgundian border, but it was lost and therefore Philip received his sobriquet "the Landless". -------------------- He was the granduncle of the previous duke Charles II, and the youngest surviving son of Duke Louis of Savoy and Anne of Cyprus. However, he was not the heir general of the previous duke, there being several females before him in the line of succession. To ensure male inheritance to the Savoy line, his eldest son Philibert was married to his cousin, the only sister of the deceased young Duke. However, the plan did not succeed: the girl died at age twelve. (Philip had already died in the meantime.) The children of the daughters of Philip's eldest brother Duke Amedeo IX of Savoy were next in line, and were entitled to the inheritance of the line of heirs-general, including Cyprus and Jerusalem. Despite the fact that Cyprus and Jerusalem did not bar succession in female line, Philip however took those claims and used those titles as well. His male successors in Savoy also continued to do so, thus giving their ducal title a higher, royal titulary. He spent most of his life as a junior member of the ducal family. His original apanage was the district of Bresse, close to the French and Burgundian border, but it was lost and therefore Philip received his sobriquet "the Landless", or "Lackland". -------------------- http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Philippe_II_de_Savoie Philippe II de Savoie Un article de Wikipédia, l'encyclopédie libre. Aller à : Navigation, rechercher Philippe II de Savoie Dynastie Maison de Savoie Titre duc de Savoie prince de Piémont (1496 - 1496) comte de Bresse Prédécesseur Charles II de Savoie Successeur Philibert II de Savoie Biographie Naissance 5 février 1438 Chambéry Décès 7 novembre 1497 Chambéry Enfant de Louis Ier de Savoie et de Anne de Lusignan Conjoint 1 Marguerite de Bourbon 2 Claudine de Brosse Enfants De ses épouses : Louise de Savoie Jérôme Philibert II de Savoie Charles III de Savoie Louis Philippe de Savoie-Nemours Assolone Jean-Amédée Philiberte De ses maitresses: René Antoinette Claudine Marguerite Jeanne Michel Maîtresses Libéra Portoneri Bonne de Romagnano

Philippe II de Savoie, dit Sans Terre, appelé aussi Philippe de Bresse, né à Chambéry le 5 février 1438, mort à Chambéry le 7 novembre 1497, fut comte de Bresse, puis duc de Savoie, prince de Piémont, comte d'Aoste et de Maurienne de 1496 à 1497. Il était fils de Louis Ier, duc de Savoie, prince de Piémont, comte d'Aoste et de Maurienne, et d'Anne de Lusignan.

Il commença par se révolter contre son père, mais fut vaincu et Louis XI, sur la demande de son père, le retint prisonnier au château de Loches de 1464 à 1466. Libéré, il prit le parti de Charles le Téméraire contre Louis XI. Il fut un des principaux opposants aux ducs de Savoie et aux régentes. Il finit par devenir duc, à la mort de son petit-neveu Charles II, et mourut l'année suivante. Mariages et enfants[modifier]

Il avait épousé à Moulins le 6 avril 1472 Marguerite de Bourbon (1438 † 1483), fille de Charles Ier, duc de Bourbon et d'Agnès de Bourgogne. Ils eurent :

   * Louise (1476 † 1531), marié en 1488 à Charles d'Orléans (1459 † 1496), comte d'Angoulême
   * Jérôme (1478 † 1478)
   * Philibert II le Beau (1480 † 1504), duc de Savoie marié en 1496 à Yolande de Savoie (1483-1499) puis en 1501 à Marguerite d'Autriche (1480-1530).

Veuf, il se remarie à Moulins le 11 novembre 1485 avec Claudine de Brosse (1450 † 1513), fille de Jean II de Brosse, comte de Penthièvre, et de Nicole de Châtillon.

   * Charles III le Bon (1486 † 1553), duc de Savoie marié en 1521 à Béatrice de Portugal (1504-1538)
   * Louis (1488 † 1502) prévôt du Grand Saint-Bernard
   * Philippe (1490 † 1533), abbé de Saint-Juste à Suze et de Saint-Pierre de Rivalta, puis comte de Genève, baron de Faucigny, duc de Nemours
   * Assolone (1494 † 1494)
   * Jean-Amédée (1495 † 1495)
   * Philiberte (1498 † 1524), mariée en 1515 à Julien de Médicis (1479 † 1516)

Il eut aussi plusieurs maîtresses.

   * De Libéra Portoneri naquit :
         o René de Savoie (1468 † 1525), légitimé en 1499, comte de Villars-en-Bresse (1497-1525) et de Tende (1501-1525), gouverneur de Nice et de Provence
         o Antoinette († 1500), mariée en 1486 à Jean II Grimaldi (1468 † 1505), prince de Monaco
         o Pierre, évêque de Genève
   * De Bonne de Romagnano, il eut :
         o Claudine († 1528), mariée en 1514 à Jacques III († 1531), comte de Horn
         o Marguerite, mariée à Ferréol comte Costa di Chieri
         o Jeanne
         o Michel, prêtre

Précédé par Philippe II de Savoie Suivi par Charles II Armoiries Savoie 1180.svg duc de Savoie prince de Piémont Philibert II Guy XV de Laval Grand maître de France Charles II d'Amboise de Chaumont Voir aussi[modifier]

   * Histoire de la Savoie de 1416 à 1792

Source[modifier]

   * Archives de Savoie
   * Généalogie de la maison de Savoie
   * Louis Charles Dezobry et Théodore Bachelet, Dictionnaire de Biographie et d’Histoire, Paris, 1863  [détail de l’édition].
   * Portail de la Savoie Portail de la Savoie

Dernière modification de cette page le 11 décembre 2010 à 20:58.

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Philippe II "Sans Terre", duc de Savoie's Timeline

1438
February 5, 1438
Chambéry, Savoie, Savoie, France
1472
April 6, 1472
Age 34
Moulins, Auvergne, France
1473
1473
Age 34
France
1476
September 11, 1476
Age 38
Pont-d'Ain, Rhône-Alpes, France
1478
1478
Age 39
1480
April 10, 1480
Age 42
Ambronay, Rhône-Alpes, France
1485
November 11, 1485
Age 47
Moulins, Auvergne, France
1486
October 10, 1486
Age 48
Of, Penthievre, France
1490
1490
Age 51
1497
November 7, 1497
Age 59
Chambéry, Savoie, Rhone-Alpes, France