1492–1549, queen of Navarre 1544–49: patron of literature, author of stories, and poet.
Also Margaret of Angoulême. 1492–1549, queen of Navarre (1544–49) by marriage to Henry II of Navarre; sister of Francis I of France. She was a poet, a patron of humanism, and author of the Heptaméron (1558)
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noun 1. 1930–2002, English princess (daughter of George VI; sister of Elizabeth II).
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noun 1. (“Queen Margot”) 1533–1615, 1st wife of Henry IV of France: queen of Navarre; patron of science and literature (daughter of Henry II of France and Catherine de’ Medici). noun 1. 1553–1615, daughter of Henry II of France and Catherine de’ Medici; queen of Navarre (1572) by marriage to Henry of Navarre. The marriage […]
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