|Born||27 June 1462||Born At|
|Died||1 January 1515||Buried At|
|Born||27 June 1462 /|
|Died||1 January 1515 /|
Family Tree Details
Louis (XII, King of France) (b.1462 - d.1515)
+Joan (of France)
+Anne (of Brittany) (b.1477 - d.1514)
+Mary (Tudor, Queen of France) (b.1495 - d.1533)
Charles VIII of France died due to complications that occurred after banging his head on a low doorway as he walked through a dimly lit Amboise Castle. He was succeeded by Louis XII.
After the death of King Charles VIII of France, his successor Louis XII had the marriage to his first wife Joan annulled so that he could marry Anne, the widow of Charles.
After his success at the battle of Novara Louis XII was able to take control of the city of Milan and it's surrounding area. ¹
The secret treaty signed by Loius XIII of France and Ferdinand II of Aragon who agreed to both invade Naples and remove King Frederick from power. Once it had been captured it was agreed that Italy was to divided between France and Spain.
The French army invaded Naples and forced King Frederick to negotiate with Louis XII of France. Frederick agreed to give Naples to France in return for an annual pension and the county of Maine.
A peace treaty was negotiated by Thomas Wolsey with France. One of the terms was that Louis XII of France would marry Princess Mary, the younger sister of Henry VIII. Louis died only a few months later.
Wolsey negotiated a peace treaty between England and France whereby King Louis XII married the younger sister Mary of Henry VIII and had to pay Henry pension money owed to him under the treaty of Etaples. Peace should be maintained not less than a year after the first of them should die.
King Louis XII of France died at the age of 52 leaving Mary a widow. His nephew, Francis, became the next king of France.
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