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King Philippe ROI DE FRANCE (c. 1268-1314)

1. King Philippe IV ROI DE FRANCE, son of Philippe III ROI DE FRANCE (1245-1285) and Isabel de ARAGON (1243-1271), was born circa 1268. He had the title 'Roi de France'. He appeared in the census. He died on [Julian] 29 November 1314. He married Jeanne I (of Navarre).

 

Philip's enemy the Bishop of Pamiers memorably said of him "he is neither a man nor a beast, but a statue." He is most famous for his destruction of the Knights Templar; what is not widely known is that the Templar Grand Master, Jacques de Molay, was Queen Isabella's godfather. De Molay was burned alive on 18 March 1314, on an island in the Seine, in Paris. Supposedly, he cursed Philip IV and Pope Clement V, who had aided Philip in the Templars' destruction, and summoned them to appear before God within a year. Clement V died a month and two days later. Philip IV himself was dead before the year was out.

He died while hunting on 29 November 1314, aged only forty-six, after a reign of twenty-nine years.

 

Jeanne I (of Navarre) and Philippe IV ROI DE FRANCE had the following children:

 

Isabelle de France (aft1292- ). Isabelle was born between 1292 and 1295.

Second Generation

2. Philippe III ROI DE FRANCE, son of Louis IX ROI DE FRANCE and Marguerite de Provence, was born on [Julian] 1 May 1245. He had the title 'Roi de France'. He died on [Julian] 5 October 1285. He married Isabel de ARAGON.

 

3. Isabel de ARAGON was born in 1243. She died on [Julian] 28 January 1271. She and Philippe III ROI DE FRANCE had the following children:

 

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Philippe IV ROI DE FRANCE (c. 1268-1314)

Third Generation

4. Louis IX ROI DE FRANCE, son of Louis VIII ROI DE FRANCE and Blanca de Castilla, was born on [Julian] 25 April 1215. He died on [Julian] 25 August 1270. He married Marguerite de Provence.

 

5. Marguerite de Provence was born in 1221. She died on [Julian] 20 December 1295. She and Louis IX ROI DE FRANCE had the following children:

 

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Philippe III ROI DE FRANCE (1245-1285)