Margaret of Foix
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|Margaret of Foix|
Margaret's face on her tomb in Nantes
|Duchess of Brittany|
|Tenure||27 June 1474 – 15 May 1486|
15 May 1486|
Château de Nantes, Nantes
|Burial||Cathedral of St. Peter and St. Paul, Nantes.|
|Spouse||Francis II, Duke of Brittany|
Anne of Brittany, Queen of France|
Isabeau of Brittany
|Father||Gaston IV, Count of Foix|
|Mother||Eleanor of Navarre|
On 27 June 1474, at the Château de Clisson, she married Francis II, Duke of Brittany (1435–1488), son of Richard of Brittany, Count of Étampes (1395–1438), and Margaret of Orléans, Countess of Vertus (1406–1466). It was Francis's second marriage, his first wife, Margaret of Brittany, having died in 1469.
Margaret of Foix died at the Château de Nantes in Nantes and was buried in the Cathedral of St. Peter and St. Paul (French: Cathédrale Saint-Pierre-et-Saint-Paul) beside her husband and Margaret of Brittany, in a magnificent tomb named the Tomb of Francis II, a tomb constructed in the early French Renaissance style.
- Anne of Brittany (1477–1514), Duchess of Brittany (1488–1514), and twice Queen Consort of France: from 1491 to 1498 as the wife of King Charles VIII of France, and from 1499 to 1514 as the wife of King Louis XII of France.
- Isabeau of Brittany (1478–1490), betrothed to Jean d'Albret in 1481, died young, and was buried in the Rennes Cathedral.
|Ancestors of Margaret of Foix|
Margaret of FoixBorn: 1449 Died: 15 May 1486
Margaret of Brittany
| Duchess consort of Brittany
Catherine de' Medici
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