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Ricki Landers
Ricki Landers • 1 year ago

Francis, Duke of Brittany. 1518-1536. first son of Francis I of France and Claude of France, Duchess of Brittany, daughter of Louis XII, King of France, and Anne, Duchess of Brittany. Died at the age of eighteen, no issue.

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