Bona of Bohemia (1315–1349)
Bona of Bohemia (1315–1349)
Bohemian princess. Name variations: Bonne of Luxemburg; Judith de Luxembourg or Judith of Luxemburg. Born in 1315; died of the plague in 1349; daughter ofElizabeth of Bohemia (1292–1339) and John I of Luxemburg also known as John of Bohemia, king of Bohemia (r. 1310–1346); sister of Charles IV Luxemburg, Holy Roman emperor (r. 1347–1378), and John Henry, margrave of Moravia (d. 1375); became first wife of John II the Good (1319–1364), king of France (r. 1350–1364), on July 28, 1332; children: Charles V the Wise (1338–1380), king of France (r. 1364–1380, who marriedJeanne de Bourbon ); Jane of France (1343–1373);Marie of France (1344–1404); Agnes (1345–1349); Margaret (1347–1352);Isabelle of France (1349–1372); Philip the Bold (1342–1404), duke of Burgundy (who marriedMargaret of Flanders [1350–1405]); John of Berri; Louis I (1339–1384), duke of Anjou. King John II's second wife wasBlanche of Boulogne (1326–1360).
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