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Royal 15 E VI f. 3 Genealogical table
Genealogical table
Description: Lower half of page: part of genealogical table, with the Valois kings John the Good (1350-1364), Charles V the Wise (1364-130), Charles VI (1380-1422), and below him, his daughter Catherine of France, rather than his son, Charles VII (1422-1461), who was crowned in Reims in 1429 following Joan of Arc's intervention. On the right are the English kings from Edward III (1327-1377), Edward, the Black Prince and John of Gaunt, Duke of Lancaster, Richard II (1377-1399), and Henry Bolingbroke, later Henry IV (1399-1413), the only son of John of Gaunt, Henry V (1413-1422), and Henry VI in the lower centre (1422-1461). 
Origin: France, N. (Rouen) 
Attribution: Talbot Master 


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