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1. Prospography Content: King Richard II of England (d. 1400) (person)

ne of Bohemia, on 14 January 1382. In 1396, two years after the death of his first wife, he married Isabella, daughter of the French king, Charles VI. For an extensive study on Richard II, see Nigel Saul, Richard II (London: Yale U

2. Prospography Content: Isabeau of Bavaria, queen of France (d. 1435) (person)

describes these festivities in great detail. For her children, see Charles, Charles, Isabella, Louis of Guyenne, Catherine. For a notion of the queen as 'perfect wife', see R.

3. Prospography Content: Isabella of France, queen of England (d. 1409) (person)

Isabella of France, queen of England (d. 1409) Daughter of King Charles VI of France and Isabeau of Bavaria.

4. Essay: The War in the Fourteenth Century

Isabella, daughter of the French king, Charles VI

5. Essay: France, England and the Political Climate, 1400-1415

Charles’s six-year-old daughter, Isabella

6. Essay: France, England and the Political Climate, 1400-1415

Isabella

7. Essay: France, England and the Political Climate, 1400-1415

daughter of the king

8. Essay: France, England and the Political Climate, 1400-1415

Isabella

9. Essay: France, England and the Political Climate, 1400-1415

Isabella, Richard II’s widow