Philippe I of Ruvre ( French: Philippe de Rouvre ; August 5, 1346 , Chateau de Ruves - November 21, 1361 , Chateau de Ruves) - Count of Artois and the Palatine of Burgundy since 1347, Duke of Burgundy since 1350, Count Auvergne and Boulogne since 1360. The only son of Jeanne (1326–1360), Countess Auvergne and Boulogne, and Philippe Monsignor (1323–1346), son of the Burgundian Duke Ed IV .
|Philip I of Ruvres|
|Philippe de roure|
|Predecessor||Ed IV Burgundy|
|Predecessor||Jeanne II Artois|
|Successor||Margarita I French|
|Birth||August 5, 1346 |
|Death||November 21, 1361 (15 years old)|
Chateau de Ruves
|Mother||Jeanne I of Auvergne|
|Spouse||Margarita of Flanders|
In 1347, he inherited from Joan II , paternal grandmothers, county of Artois and the Palatinate of Burgundy ( Franche-Comté ). From the paternal grandfather in 1350 he inherited the Duchy of Burgundy . From mother - in 1360 the counties of Auvergne and Boulogne .
He was married ( March 21, 1356 ) to Margarita Dampier . He died childless. Buried in Sieve .
The county of Artois and the Palatinate of Burgundy went to his cousin Margaret of France .
Philip became the last Burgundian duke of the Elder Burgundian Capetian House. Two years after his death, in 1363, the King of France, John II the Good of the Valois dynasty, transferred the duchy to his son Philip II the Bold , who founded the Junior Burgundian House of the Capetings (Burgundian House of Valois).
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