Philip, Duke of Orléans
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Philip of Orléans (born July 1, 1336 at Vincennes – died September 1, 1376 at Orléans), Duke of Orléans, of Touraine and Count of Valois, the fifth son of Philip VI of France of Valois, King of France, and Joan the Lame.
His father named him Duke of Orléans, a newly created Duchy, in 1344.
Marriage and Issue 
As a consequence of the Treaty of Brétigny he served some time as a hostage in England for the good behaviour of his brother John II of France, when he was temporarily released. Philip of Orléans died in 1376 without any legitimate issue. His title and lands returned to the royal domain.
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