Isabel of Burgundy

Isabel of Burgundy Isabel third wife of Philip the Good Duke of Burgundy played a powerful role in the court politics and foreign affairs of this small duchy until her machinations led to her banishment Tay

  • Title: Isabel of Burgundy
  • Author: Aline S. Taylor
  • ISBN: 9781568332277
  • Page: 451
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Isabel 1397 1471 , third wife of Philip the Good Duke of Burgundy, played a powerful role in the court politics and foreign affairs of this small duchy until her machinations led to her banishment Taylor s accessible narrative history sets Isabel s life and her struggles for personal and financial independence against the fascinating backdrop of civil war, family feuds aIsabel 1397 1471 , third wife of Philip the Good Duke of Burgundy, played a powerful role in the court politics and foreign affairs of this small duchy until her machinations led to her banishment Taylor s accessible narrative history sets Isabel s life and her struggles for personal and financial independence against the fascinating backdrop of civil war, family feuds and warfare, notably Burgundy s betrayal of Joan of Arc.

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  • Isabel was born in Portugal and her parents were King John I of Portugal and Philippa of Lancaster. So Isabel was John of Gaunt's granddaughter. She received a very good education and learned Latin, French, English and Italian in the process. In addition she took part in some "feminine interests" such as song and needlework, but she also displayed much interest in books and politics.As a very young girl she was first considered as a bride for Henry V of England, but thirteen years later she marr [...]


  • I made it through this, because I wanted to see how it ended. It was a bit of a slog, though. It was as if the author sat surrounded by historical sources and simply pieced them together to write a book rather than creating something new. I appreciate that this is what you get sometimes when reading history, but still



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