Name: Philip V The Tall, King Of France
Given Name: Philip V The Tall, King Of
Birth: 1294 in Paris, Seine, France 1 2 3
Death: 1322 in Longchamps, France 1 2 3 4 1 2 3
Change Date: 22 Jan 2013 at 17:53
!Second son of King Philip IV. Became regent for his infant nephew John, King of France, and after the death of John, proclaimed himself king. In 1320, at the conclusion of the war against Flanders begun during the reign of Philip IV, France acquired some Flemish territory. Made administrative reforms and
attempted to unify coinage, weights, and measures, but encountered strong opposition in the Estates-General. Imposed heavy fines on Jews. Died without a male heir. [Funk & Wagnalls]
r. 1316-22 [Brant Gibbard <email@example.com]
Son of Philippe IV France and Joan/Jeanne de Champagne; m. Jeanne Burgundy; father of Marguerite who m. Louis II Flanders. [Virginia Bannister <bann@home..., 30 Sep 2001]
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Father: Philippe Capet b: 1268 in Fontainebleau, Seine-Et-Marne, France
Mother: Joan (Jeanne) Of Navarre, Countess Of Champagne b: Jan 1272 in Bar-Sur-Seine, Aube, France
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- Abbrev: Funk & Wagnalls New Encyclopedia
Title: Bram, Leon L. V.P. and Ed. Dir.; Dickey, Norma H. Editor-in-Chief, <i>Funk & Wagnalls New Encyclopedia</i> (Funk & Wagnalls, Inc., 1986)
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