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The great regent: Louise of Savoy, 1476-1531

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Louise, de Savoie, duchesse d"Angoulême, 1476-
Statement[by] Dorothy Moulton Mayer.
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LC ClassificationsDC112.L8 M3 1966b
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Paginationxiv, 311 p.
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Open LibraryOL5549520M
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1476-1531 book Great regent: Louise of Savoy, New York, Funk & Wagnalls [©] (OCoLC) Named Person: Louise, de Savoie duchesse d'Angoulême; Louise de Savoie, duchesse d'Angoulême; Louise, de Savoie duchesse d'Angoulême: Material Type: Biography: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Dorothy Moulton Mayer.

Louise of Savoy (–)Duchess of Angoulême, mother of King Francis I, and regent of France who negotiated, with Margaret of Austria, the Peace of Cambrai. Name variations: Louise de Savoie.

Source for information on Louise of Savoy (–): Women in World History: A Biographical Encyclopedia dictionary. Louise de Savoie, duchess of Angoulême, ; Louise, -- de Savoie, duchesse d'Angoulême, -- The great Regent: Louise of Savoy, / [by] Dorothy Moulton Mayer - Details - Trove.

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See also Louise of Savoy on Wikipedia; and our Encyclopædia Britannica disclaimer. Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 17 — Louise of Savoy LOUISE OF SAVOY (), duchess of Angoulême, mother of Francis I. of France, was daughter of a cadet of the house of Savoy, Philip, count of Bresse, afterwards duke of Savoy.

In Louise was regent once more. Francis was at war in Italy and also in captivity in Spain during this time, leaving his mother and sister in control of the country in his absence. During this time, Louise initiated peace negotiations with Cardinal Wolsey in England and also began talks for a Franco-Ottoman alliance.

Louise of Savoy, –a French noble and Regent of France Louise of Savoy, Regent of France, mother of King Francis I, She wears a French hood and wimple, velvet brocade surtout with long train and fur sleeves, and chain belt.

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Louise of Savoy, duchesse d'Angoulême (düshĕs` däNgo͞olĕm`), –, regent of France; daughter of Duke Philip II of Savoy and mother of King Francis I Francis I, –, king of France (–47), known as Francis of Angoulême before he succeeded his cousin and father-in-law, King Louis XII.

Princess Louise of Savoy was one of the most formidable royal women in France who never held the position of Queen-consort. She was born on Septem at Pont-d’Ain to Duke Philip II of Savoy and Princess Margaret of : Madmonarchist.

Louise of Savoy, duchesse d'Angoulême düshĕs´ däNgo͞olĕm´, –, regent of France; daughter of Duke Philip II of Savoy and mother of King Francis I of France and Margaret, queen of Navarre.

During Francis's absence in the Italian Wars, she acted as regent. Louise of Savoy was the mother of a King, and one of the most powerful women in Europe at her time.

She ruled France in her son's absence, and, along with Margaret of Austria, negotiated the Peace of Cambrai or 'Women's Peace', which would end the war between France and Spain for nearly a decade.

Louise of Savoy: The 'King's Mother' and Regent of France Louise of Savoy Louise of Savoy (). Maria Luisa of Savoy (Maria Luisa Gabriella; 17 September – 14 February ) was a queen consort of Spain by marriage to Philip V of Spain.

She acted as Regent of Spain during the absence of her spouse from untiland had great influence over him as his adviser, while she was herself in turn influenced by the Princesse des UrsinsBorn: 17 SeptemberRoyal Palace of Turin. Louise of Savoy (Septem – Septem ) was a French noble, Duchess regnant of Auvergne and Bourbon, Duchess of Nemours, the mother of King Francis I of was politically active and served as the Regent.

Genealogy for Louise de Savoie, comtesse d'Angoulême ( - ) family tree on Geni, with over million profiles of ancestors and living relatives. People Projects Discussions Surnames. The Treaty of Cambrai of marked an important stage in the conflict between the Habsburg and Valois dynasties in the sixteenth century.

In the history of diplomacy, it was a rare, if not Author: Christine Shaw. Louise of Savoy (–), during the absence of her son, Francis I, in Italy. Louise of Savoy (–), during the absence at war in Italy, and then the captivity, of her son, Francis I; Catherine de' Medici: () While her husband Henry II left.

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She. In reviewing "The Great Regent," a biography of Louise of Savoy, by Dorothy Moulton Mayer (Nov. 26) Anne Fremantle wrote: "She does not mention Louise. Louise of Savoy (–) Louise’s status rose steadily as several French kings in succession died without heir until the closest in line to the throne was François, her son by the Count d’Angoulême.

After François I became king inLouise was widely regarded as the power behind his : Mary Ann Bernal. Louise of Savoy with her firm hand on the tiller of the kingdom of France. Getty Images / Hulton Archive Louise of Savoy (), Marguerite of Navarre () and Jeanne d'Albret (Jeanne of Navarre) () Louise of Savoy married Philip I of Savoy at the age of Peter Clement Bartrum.

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Margaret was born on 10 Januaryas the second child and only daughter of Maximilian of Austria and Mary of Burgundy, co-sovereigns of the Low was named after her stepgrandmother, Margaret of York, Dowager Duchess of Burgundy, who was especially close to DuchessMargaret's mother died and her older brother, Philip the Handsome, at Father: Maximilian I, Holy Roman Emperor.

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There is a prominent tradition of women acting as Regents. Louise of Savoy was a .Louise of Savoy (Septem – Septem ) was the mother of Francis I of France and Marguerite de Navarre, consort of Henry II of Navarre. When she was widowed at the young age of 19, Louise deftly maneuvered her children into a position that would secure for each of them a promising of birth: 11 SeptemberPont-d'Ain.