Isabeau of Bavaria (or Isabelle; also Elisabeth of Bavaria-Ingolstadt; c. 1370 – September 1435) was Queen of France from 1385 to 1422. She was born into the House of Wittelsbach as the only daughter of Duke Stephen III of Bavaria-Ingolstadt and Taddea Visconti of Milan .
Isabella of Bavaria, Isabella also rendered Elizabeth, French Isabeau, or Élisabeth, de Bavière, (born 1371—died September 1435, Paris), queen consort of Charles VI of France, who frequently was regent because of her husband’s periodic insanity.
Isabeau of Bavaria was a powerful queen in an age of obedient women, and she allowed no man—not even her own unhinged husband—to control her. From her tragedies to her courtly schemes, there was often little difference between Isabeau’s life and an episode of Game of Thrones .
Isabeau of Bavaria was one of France's most despised queens. She was a German princess. born in 1371, the daughter of Stephen III of Bavaria and Thaddaea Visconti . In 1385, Isabeau married the French king Charles VI as part of a political alliance between Bavaria and France.
ISABEAU OF BAVARIA, QUEEN OF FRANCE (1385-1422): THE CREATION OF AN HISTORICAL VILLAINESS The Alexander Prize Essay By Rachel Gibbons READ 28 APRIL 1995 CONSIDERING the high personal profile and influence of Isabeau of Bavaria during her time as queen of France between 1385 and 1422, it is extraordinary that she has not been the subject of more ...
Isabeau of Bavaria, Anne of France, and the History of Female Regency in France* Tracy Adams and Glenn Rechtschaffen Female regency in France has a long history. Queen Fredegund (d. 597) monitored her young son Chlotar's succession and reign after the assassination of her husband, Chilperic; Anne of Kiev (d. 1075) acted as
Elisabeth von Wittelsbach was born c. 1370 in Munich in the powerful German state of Bavaria. She was the daughter of Stephen III who reigned as Duke of Bavaria-Ingolstadt from 1375 to 1413. Her mother was Taddea Visconti, daughter of the Milanese Bernabo Visconti, one of the ruling families of Lombardy.
Isabeau of Bavaria, queen of France (died 24 September 1435) Probably born about the year 1370, Isabeau of Bavaria was the daughter of Stephen III, duke of Bavaria-Ingoldstadt, and his first wife, Taddea Visconti, who was the daughter of Bernabò Visconti, lord of Milan.
Isabeau of Bavaria (also Isabella of Bavaria-Ingolstadt; c. 1370 – 24 September 1435) was Queen consort of France (1385-1422) as spouse of King Charles VI of France, a member of the Valois Dynasty. She assumed a prominent role in public affairs during the disastrous later years of her husband's reign.
20. Isabeau of Bavaria, Daughter of Stephen II of Bavaria and wife of French King Charles VI. Charles was incapacitated by madness in the early 1390s, which gave his queen more say in the government. In Charles’ name she signed the Treaty of Troyes in 1420, settling a long conflict between England and France.