Jeanne II of Naples
Jeanne II of Anjou-Durazzo , born the June 25th 1373, dead the February 2nd 1435 with Naples, queen of Naples of 1414 with 1435, girl of Charles III of Anjou-Durazzo, king de Naples and of Hungary, and Marguerite of Anjou-Durazzo.
She married, with Vienna in 1401, Guillaume de Habsbourg (1370 † 1406), wire of Léopold III of Habsbourg, duke of Styrie, and Viridis Visconti. Guillaume died five years later without them having of child.
Its widowhood was rather frivolous and it was surrounded lovers. She succeeded her brother Ladislas in 1414, and decided remarier then. Of all the princes of Europe, it was Jacques II of Bourbon it Marche (1370 † 1438) which was chosen and married in 1415. But the new king, jealous, not supporting the Favorite S of the queen, made some decapitate several and throw the queen in prison. The Neapolitan ones delivered it and Jacques had to turn over to France in 1419.
Jeanne took a new favorite, Caracciolo, which it made put at dead in 1432. She indicated to then succeed to him Alphonse V of Aragon insular king de Sicile (Palermo); this one having tried to reverse it, it chooses in its place Louis III of Anjou († 1434), then his/her brother Rene of Anjou.
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