Person:Anne of France (1)

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Name Anne of France
Gender Female
Birth[2] Apr 1461 Genappe, Brabant, BelgiumChâteau de Genappe
Marriage to Peter II _____, Duke of Bourbon
Death[2] 14 Nov 1522 Château de Chantelle en Bourbonnais, Allier
Burial[2] Souvigny, Allier, FrancePriory of Souvigny
Reference Number? Q232801?

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Anne of France (or Anne de Beaujeu; 3 April 146114 November 1522) was a French princess and regent, the eldest daughter of Louis XI by Charlotte of Savoy. Anne was the sister of Charles VIII, for whom she acted as regent during his minority from 1483 until 1491. During the regency she was one of the most powerful women of late fifteenth-century Europe, and was referred to as "Madame la Grande". Between 1503 and 1521, she also acted as de facto regent of the Duchy of Bourbon during the reign of her daughter Suzanne, Duchess of Bourbon.

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