Pierre de Giac
Husband of Jeanne de Naillac, rams of Giac, one of the mistresses of Philippe the Good, duke of Burgundy. It strongly influenced her lover in the direction of peace between the two Burgundian and armagnacques factions. Enclosure of the duke, it was killed by her husband who transported it poisoned wounded and out of night attached to the croup of its horse during 15 miles.
He married in second weddings Catherine of Isle Bouchard, lady of Isle Bouchard, Rochefort on the Loire, Doué, Gençay, Selles etc
Violent one and go-getter, Pierre de Giac exerted a strong influence on Charles VII when they met. The king names it main finances in 1424, then in 1425, chief of the council. The king always testing a kind of fascination for those which it felt like superior.
Giac replaced Frotier, precede it favorite by the king, but, exerting its plunders on the Treasury of the Crown and encouraging an expensive and disastrous war with the Council of the King, it carried shade to the policy followed by Yolande d' Aragon (Mother " adoptive" of the king) and by the Constable Arthur de Richemont. Those acted in concert, and the assassination of Giac was stopped and carried out by Richemont in February 1427.
Charles VI of Georges Little face
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