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Marie of Orléans (1457-1493)

Marie of Orléans
Countess of Étampes
Viscountess of Narbonne

Spouse John of Foix
Germaine, Queen of Aragon
Gaston of Foix, Duke of Nemours
House House of Valois-Orléans
Father Charles, Duke of Orléans
Mother Marie of Cleves
Born 19 December/September 1457
Died 1493

Marie of Orléans (19 December/September 1457 – 1493) was the elder sister of King Louis XII of France. Due to her marriage to John of Foix, she was Countess of Étampes and Viscountess of Narbonne.

Marie was the eldest daughter of Charles, Duke of Orléans, and his third wife Marie of Cleves. After a previous betrothal to Peter II, Duke of Bourbon, she married John of Foix on 8 September 1476.


She had two children by John of Foix:


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