Beatrice of Hungary, Dauphine of Viennois
Beatrice was the second of three children. Her siblings were Charles I of Hungary and Clementia of Hungary. Charles claimed his father's succession wrights on Hungary and her sister, Clementia married Louis X of France and was mother of John I of France, the baby King.
In total, Beatrice had thirty five maternal cousins and at least forty two paternal cousins. This was due to her grandparents, maternal and paternal having many children.
- Guigues VIII (1309 † 1333), dauphin of Viennois. Married to Isabella of France, Dauphine of Viennois
- Humbert II (1312 † 1355), dauphin of Viennois. Married to Marie of Baux, niece of Robert, King of Naples by his sister Beatrice.
When her husband died in 1319, Beatrice became a nun at Cîteaux. She remained here until 1340, when she transferred to the Saint-Just-de-Claix Abbey. Her son founded for her the convent of Saint-Just dans le Royannais.
Beatrice died in 1343. She died in the convent which her sons had founded for her.
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