Charlotte of Savoy ( French Charlotte de Savoie ; 1440 - December 1, 1483 ) - the second wife of King Louis XI of France . Daughter of Louis I , Duke of Savoy and Anna de Lusignan , Princess of Cyprus .
|Charlotte of Savoy|
|Death||December 1, 1483 |
|Kind||Savoy Dynasty , Valois|
|Father||Louis I of Savoy|
|Children||Anna , Jeanne , Carl|
In 1451 , Charlotte married the Dauphin of France, Louis (future Louis XI ), the eldest son of King Charles VII of France and Mary of Anjou  . The bride was only ten years old, while her bridegroom was twenty-eight. Marriage was an ordinary political union and her husband paid little attention to Charlotte. They had eight children, three of whom survived:
- Louis ( 1458 - 1460 )
- Joachim (Joachim) ( 1459 )
- Louise ( 1460 )
- Anna ( 1461 - 1522 ), from 1473 married to Pierre II ( 1438 - 1503 ), Duke de Bourbon
- Jeanne ( 1464 - 1505 ), from 1476 married to Louis XII of Orleans ( 1462 - 1515 ), king of France
- Francois ( 1466 )
- Charles VIII ( 1470 - 1498 ), King of France since 1483
- Francois ( 1472 - 1473 ).
Charlotte died on December 1, 1483 , having outlived her husband for several months  .
- List of Dauphin France
- Charlotte of Savoy // Brockhaus and Efron Encyclopedic Dictionary : in 86 volumes (82 volumes and 4 additional). - SPb. , 1890-1907.