- Philip V of France
Infobox French Royalty|monarch
name=Philip V the Tall
title=King of France and Navarre
Count of Champagne and Burgundy
20 November 1316– 3 January 1322
9 January 1317,
Jeanne II, Countess of Burgundy
Jeanne III, Countess of Burgundy Margaret I, Countess of Burgundy
House of Capet
royal anthem =
Joan I of Navarre
date of birth=c.1292-93
place of birth=
date of death=
3 January 1322
place of death=Longchamp,
place of burial=
Saint Denis Basilica|
Philip V (1292/93 –
3 January 1322), called the Tall ( _fr. le Long), was King of France and Navarre (as Philip II) and Count of Champagnefrom 1316 to his death, and the second to last of the House of Capet.
He was born in
Lyon, the second son of King Philip IV and Jeanne of Navarre. Philip V became regentfor his infant nephew King John I, and when John lived only a few days, he proclaimed himself king. There was much speculation that Philip was responsible for the infant king's demise.
Before his accession to the throne, he held the title of
Count of Poitou.
In 1307 he was married to
Jeanne II, Countess of Burgundy(daughter and heiress of Otto IV, count of Burgundy) and they had five daughters and two sons:
# Joan (1308 - 1349). Countess of Burgundy and Artois in her own right and consort of
Eudes IV, Duke of Burgundy. The County and Duchy of Burgundy were united due to their marriage.
# Marguerite (1310 - 1382). Consort of
Louis I of Flanders. Countess of Burgundy and Artois in her own right.
# Isabelle (c. 1312 - April, 1348). Consort to
Guigues VIII de La Tour du Pin, Dauphin de Viennois.
# Blanche of France, 1313-1358, died unmarried and childless.
# Philip, 1313-1317.
# Louis, who lived 1316-1317
# A daughter, 1322.
In 1320, Philip managed to expand his territory through war at the expense of
On domestic matters, Philip attempted to institute government reforms and worked to standardize weights and measures. He followed in the steps of his father, Philip IV, and revoked many of the decisions of his predecessor and older brother, Louis X, who had been widely influenced by his uncle,
Charles of Valois, and had left the kingdom in a poor state. Philip also restored the goods and dignity of many of his father's closest dignitaries and collaborators who had been despoiled under Louis X.
Philip V died at Longchamp, Paris and is interred in
Saint Denis Basilica.
Without a male heir, he was succeeded by his younger brother, Charles IV.
Weir, Alison, "Isabella"
* [http://www.eha.ee/naitused_pildid/2005/philippe.jpgThe original wax seal of King Philippe V the Tall] in the Estonian Historical Archives.
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