Nemours, Jacques d'Armagnac, duke de
- (ca. 1437-1477)nobilityBorn in Paris, Jacques d'Armagnac, duke de Nemours took part in the ligue du bien public. Governor of the Île-de-France, he conspired against King louis xi and was executed. His son, Louis d'Armagnac, duke de Nemours (ca. 1472-1503), fought in the wars in Italy, was defeated by Gon-zalve de Cordova, and killed at Cerignola, Italy.
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Jacques d'Armagnac, Duke of Nemours — (c. 1433 ndash; August 4 1477), was the son of Bernard d Armagnac, count of Pardiac, and Eleanor of Bourbon La Marche.While styled Count of Castres, he served under Charles VII of France in Normandy in 1449 and 1450, and afterwards in Guienne. On … Wikipedia
Nemours, Jacques d'Armagnac, duc de — ▪ French duke (duke of),also called (until 1462) Comte De Castres born 1433 died Aug. 4, 1477, Paris peer of France who engaged in conspiracies against Louis XI. He was the first of the great dukes of Nemours. In 1404 the duchy of… … Universalium
Nemours, Louis d'Armagnac, duc de — ▪ French duke (duke of),also called (until 1500) Comte De Guise born 1472 died April 28, 1503, Cerignola, Apulia, Kingdom of Naples third son of Jacques d Armagnac, duc de Nemours, and last of the ducal House of Armagnac. The duchy … Universalium
Louis d'Armagnac, Duke of Nemours — (1472 ndash; April 28, 1503), known for most of his life as the Count of Guise, was the third son of Jacques d Armagnac, Duke of Nemours and Louise of Anjou.In 1491, he was made Count of Guise, a title last held by his uncle Charles IV, Duke of… … Wikipedia
Jean d'Armagnac, Duke of Nemours — (1467 ndash;1500) was the son of Jacques d Armagnac, Duke of Nemours and Louise of Anjou. His father s possessions were confiscated on his execution in 1477, but Jean was restored to Nemours and the family s other lands in 1484. He led a… … Wikipedia
Duke of Nemours — In the 12th and 13th centuries the Lordship of Nemours, in the Gatinais, France, was in possession of the house of Villebeon, a member of which, Gautier, was marshal of France in the middle of the 13th century. The lordship was sold to King… … Wikipedia
John II, Duke of Bourbon — John II of Bourbon (1426 ndash; 1 April 1488, Château de Moulins) was Duke of Bourbon and Auvergne from 1456 to his death, following his father Charles I of Bourbon. His mother was Agnes of Burgundy.John had no surviving children, although he was … Wikipedia
Jean D'Armagnac-Nemours — Jean d Armagnac, né en 1467, mort en 1500, fut comte de Pardiac, duc de Nemours de 1484 à 1500. Il était second fils de Jacques d Armagnac, duc de Nemours et comte de la Marche, et de Louise d Anjou. Il avait dix ans lors de l exécution de son… … Wikipédia en Français
Jean d'Armagnac-Nemours — Jean d Armagnac, né en 1467, mort en 1500, fut comte de Pardiac, duc de Nemours de 1484 à 1500. Il était second fils de Jacques d Armagnac, duc de Nemours et comte de la Marche, et de Louise d Anjou. Il avait dix ans lors de l exécution de son… … Wikipédia en Français
Château de Nemours — The Château de Nemours is a castle in the town and commune of Nemours in the Seine et Marne département of France. Located in the extreme south of the Paris conurbation, it stands on the banks of the Loing river. Transformed into a museum between … Wikipedia