Philip, Duke of Orléans
|Duke of Orléans|
Arms of Philip, Duke of Orleans
1 July 1336|
|Died||September 1, 1376
|Spouse||Blanche of France|
|Issue||Louis d'Orléans (illegitimate)|
|Father||Philip VI of France|
|Mother||Joan the Lame|
Philip of Orléans (1 July 1336 at Vincennes – 1 September 1376 at Orléans) was a Duke of Orléans, Touraine, and Count of Valois, the fifth son of King Philip VI of France and his wife Joan the Lame.
His father named him Duke of Orléans, a newly created duchy, in 1344.
Marriage and Issue
Philip died in 1376 without any legitimate issue. His title and lands returned to the royal domain.
|Ancestors of Philip, Duke of Orléans|
- Christine De Pizan, David F. Hult, Debate of the Romance of the Rose, University of Chicago Press, 15 April 2010, p 59
- Tanya Suella Stabler, Now She is Martha, Now She is Mary: Beguine Communities in Medieval Paris (1250-1470), ProQuest, 2007, p 64.