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  2. Blanche of Bourbon - Wikipedia

    Roman Catholicism. Blanche of Bourbon (1339–1361) was Queen of Castile as the wife of King Peter. She was one of the daughters of Peter I, Duke of Bourbon and Isabella of Valois .

  3. The murder of Blanche of Bourbon, Queen of Castile

    Christ most supreme and Holy. Blessed Blanche, Queen of Spain, of Bourbon Father, and from renowned royal French lineage, died with a graceful body; Common knowledge judges her fallen by her husband Peter the Cruel in the year 1361 at the age of 25. Blanche’s death remains the topic of controversy.

  4. Blanche de Bourbon (1339-1361) - Find a Grave Memorial

    Blanche de Bourbon. Birth. 1339. Vincennes, Departement du Val-de-Marne, Île-de-France, France. Death. 1361 (aged 21–22) Medina Sidonia, Provincia de Cádiz, Andalucia, Spain. Burial. Convent of San Francisco.

  5. Blanche of Castile, Queen of France Lindy Grant New Haven, CT, Yale University Press, 2016, ISBN: 9780300219265; 456pp.; Price: £27.00 Reviewer: Professor Kathleen Nolan Hollins University Citation: Professor Kathleen Nolan, review of Blanche of Castile, Queen of France, (review no. 2294) DOI: 10.14296/RiH/2014/2294 Date accessed: 2 September, 2023

  6. Armorial of the Capetian dynasty - Wikipedia

    (December 2021) Most of the members of the Capetian dynasty bore a version of the arms of France. The arms of France were adopted by the Capetian kings only in the twelfth century. Consequently, the cadet branches that had branched off in earlier periods (Burgundy, Vermandois, Dreux and Courtenay) bore entirely different arms.

  7. Bonnie and Clyde | Biographies, Crime Spree, Death, & Facts

    Bonnie and Clyde, robbery team that became notorious in the United States through their flamboyant encounters with police and the glorification of their exploits by newspapers. Their crime spree occurred at the height of the Great Depression, and many viewed the pair as ‘Robin Hood’ figures striking back against banks.

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