Charles III the Noble
- (1361-1425)king of NavarreThe son of charles II the bad, Charles III the Noble succeeded his father as king of Navarre. He reconciled with the House of Valois and was thus able to obtain the duchy of Nemours and the title of peer. He spread French culture throughout Navarre.
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