Queen's Mate: Three Women of Power in France on the Eve of the Renaissance
Queen's Mate tells the story of three remarkable women who shaped and presided over the destiny of France during the last years of the 15th century and the early part of the 16th: Anne of France, Anne of Brittany, and Louise of Savoy. Although each is worthy of her own individual biography, their lives were so enmeshed by kinship, marriage and circumstances as to be well served by a book that mirrors the complex interweaving of their lives.
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Prologue The Orleans Marriage
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The Troubled Inheritance
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Juana the Mad: Sovereignty and Dynasty in Renaissance Europe
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