Philippe III of Navarre
Philippe III of Évreux or Philippe III of Navarre (born the March 27th 1306 - died the September 23rd 1343 with Jerez of Frontera, Andalusia, Spain) was a prince of royal blood French, monarch of the Middle Ages, which were initially count d' Évreux of 1319 with 1343 before becoming, by his marriage king de Navarre of 1328 with 1343.
Philippe III of Évreux was wire of Louis de France, count d' Évreux, and of Marguerite d' Artois. His/her father was brother of Philippe IV Beautiful the, king de France and of Charles de Valois.
By its marriage with Jeanne de France, he became king de Navarre with dead of his cousin Charles IV Beautiful the, which was also the uncle of his wife. He took part in the countryside of Flanders at the sides of the King de France Philippe VI, his cousin and was with the battles of the Mount-Cassel the August 23rd 1328 after which the king confessed that he owed him the victory and the life.
In June 1329, it accompanies the king by France with Amiens, where the king d' Angleterre made faith and homage of the seigniories which it held in France.
In 1331, he becomes member of the council of king de France. It accompanies Philippe VI with Avignon to meet the pope Benoît XII and took with him the cross to go overseas with the kings of Bohemia and Aragon
In 1335, it is in war with the Aragon and starts talks which led to the marriage of the one of his/her daughters with the king d' Aragon.
The treated of Villeneuve-the-Avignon the March 14th 1336 assure him the donation of the counties of Angouleme and Mortain, peerages of France, the castles of Benon in Aunis and of Fontenay-the Abattu in Poitou.
In 1339, it is at the sides of kings de France and of Bohemia as well as David of Scotland to the help of the towns of Cambrai and Tournai besieged by the English. He united and took share with the Reconquista launched by the king de Castille Alphonse XI, which he helped, when this one was wounded of one arrow to the throat with the Siège of Algeciras dansd the Royaume of Grenade.
- Marie (1330 † 1347), married to Pierre IV of Aragon
- Charles II the Bad (1332 † 1387), count d' Évreux and king de Navarre
- White (1333 † 1398), married in 1349 with Philippe VI of Valois, king de France
- Philippe de Navarre (1336 † 1363), count de Longueville
- Agnes (1334 † 1396), married to Gaston III Fébus, count de Foix and Viscount of Béarn
- Jeanne (1338 † 1387), nun
- Jeanne (1339 † 1403), married to Jean Ier, Viscount of Rohan
- Louis (1341 † 1376 in Albania), count of Beaumont-the-Roger
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