Charles of Artois, Count of Pézenas

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Charles of Artois (1328–1385) was the son of Robert III of Artois and Jeanne of Valois.

He was made Count of Longueville in 1356, but he gave it up to Bertrand du Guesclin in 1364 and became Count of Pézenas.

In May 1360, he married Jeanne (d. March 1402), Lady of Baucay. They had one child:

  • Louis (b. 1362), d. young

According to documents of Bureau de La Rivière, he had a bastard son of Béatrice de Roucy, from Counts of Roucy:

He was at one time commander of a company of Gascons in Guyenne.

Genealogy[edit]


Preceded by
Philip
Count of Longueville
1356–1364
Succeeded by
Bertrand
Preceded by
Count of Pézenas
1364–1385
Succeeded by
to royal domain