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Joan II, Countess of Burgundy: Quiz

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Question 1: With Joan II's death, the County and ________ became united through this marriage.
Capetian dynastyEarly Modern FranceCounty of BurgundyDuchy of Burgundy

Question 2: Her titles were inherited by her eldest daughter, Joan III, who had married ________, in 1318.
John II of FranceMargaret of Burgundy, Queen of FranceOdo IV, Duke of BurgundyJoan the Lame

Question 3: With the death of her nephew by marriage, King John I of France, her husband became King ________; Joan became queen consort.
Charles VII of FranceCharles IV of FranceJohn II of FrancePhilip V of France

Question 4: She was married to Philip V of France, the second son of King ________, in 1307.
Charles IV of FrancePhilip IV of FrancePhilip VI of FrancePhilip III of France

Question 5: She continued to protest her innocence, as did her husband, who had refused to repudiate her, and by 1315 - through the influence of her mother and husband - her name had been cleared by the ________, and she was allowed to return to court.
AlsaceLilleParlementToulouse

Question 6: In the beginning of 1314, Joan's sister Blanche and her sister-in-law Margaret were convicted of ________ with two knights, upon the testimony of their sister-in-law, Isabella - the Tour de Nesle Affair.
DivorceMiscegenationMarriageAdultery







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