Marguerite de Navarre: Mother of the Renaissance

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abdication ploy, 122, 123, 340n. 63
absolute rule, 41, 42
adoption, par alliance, 80, 217, 330n. 33
Adrian, vicomte d', 141, 142
Adrian VI, 77, 86
Agnadello, battle of, 28, 30
Agrippa, Cornelius, 137
Ahmed, Ehsan, 388n. 75
Alamanni, Luigi, 338n. 36
Albret, Henri d'. See Henri II de Navarre
Albret, Isabeau d', 171, 192–93, 317n. 8, 352n. 3
Albret, Jean d' (father of Henri de Navarre), 56, 241
Albret, Jean d' (son of Henri de Navarre), 157, 159
Albret, Jeanne d', 3, 5, 266, 336n. 8; BourbonVendôme, marriage to, 292–95, 357–58n. 75; Cleves, marriage to, 212–13, 218–23; Cleves marriage, annulment, 147, 249–50, 256–58, 261, 285; épîtres exchanged with Marguerite, 303–5; expenditures, 239, 284–85, 290; illnesses, 192, 199–202, 208–9, 224. 308; kept at Plessis-Iez-Tours, 203, 212, 223; letters, 176, 181; Marguerite's works and, 379n. 94; Marot's epigram, 37m. 112; marriage negotiations with Bourbon-Vendôme, 196–97, 289–90; marriage negotiations with Cleves, 212, 219–21, 364n. 44, 365n. 50; marriage negotiations with Philip of Spain, 194–95, 196–97, 202, 207, 289; personal characteristics, 259; as Protestant, 304, 305, 314; relationship with mother, 145–47, 152–53, 246–47
Alençon, Anne d', 54, 36m. 118
Alençon, Charles d\ 3, 33, 322m 5, 337n. 19; Armagnac succession and, 42; bequeaths domains to Marguerite, 109, 190, 337n. 21, 357n. 71; death of, 22, 59, 108–10, 300, 336—37n. 17; military service, 73, 83, 107–8; as model for duke of Cardonne, 21, 68–70, 109; wedding, 27–28
Alençon, duchy of, 29, 306
Alençon, Françoise d', 336m 8
Alespée, Marianne, 344n. 9
Allaire, Joseph L., 160
Almenesches, convent of, 52
Amboise, 16, 18–19
Ambrière, Francis, 58, 327n. 52
Androgyne (Héroët), 189, 204, 205
Angoulême, Charles d', 8, 11–16, 318n. 18
Angoulême, Jean d', 13, 318n. 18
Angoulême trinité, 7, 20, 45, 61; during captivity of François, 110–11, 113–14; under “house arrest,” 16, 318n. 15; Marguerite's place in, 103, 105–6, 110–11, 157; in novellas, 31–32; poetry exchanges, 54, 121, 155–57, 340n. 59; reunited after Treaty of Madrid, 131, 133. See also François I; Marguerite de Navarre; Savoie, Louise de
Annebault, Claude d', 219, 365, 55
Annotations (Béda), 135
Apologia adversus calumniatores Lutheri (Berquin), 82
Aquitaine, Eleanor of, 301, 319n. 28
Aragon, Catherine of, 149, 347n. 44, 358n. 81
Aragon, Ferdinand of, 138
Arande, Michel d', 4, 67, 70, 74, 81–82, 86, 104, 135–36, 162
architecture, 57, 58, 154, 298, 325nn. 35, 36
Andres, treaty of, 231, 267

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