Arnold of Egmond (14 July 1410 – 23 February 1473) was Duke of Guelders, Count of Zutphen. Life [ edit] Arnold was born in Egmond-Binnen, North Holland, the son of John II of Egmond and Maria van Arkel . Egmond coat of arms On 11 July 1423, Arnold, still a boy, succeeded Duke Reinald IV. Arnold was the grandson of Reinald's sister, Johanna.
- 10 July 1410, Egmond-Binnen
- 23 February 1473 (aged 62), Grave
- Catherine of Cleves
1423–1436: John II, nephew of Reginald IV, regent of Arnold; 1423–1465: Arnold, son of John II; 1465–1471: Adolf, son of Arnold; 1471–1473: Arnold, second time; Arnold sold the Duchy of Guelders to Charles I, Duke of Burgundy, who was recognized by the Holy Roman Emperor as Duke of Guelders. House of Burgundy. 1473–1477 ...
The Guelders Wars ( Dutch: Gelderse oorlogen, German: Geldrische Erbfolgekriege) were a series of conflicts in the Low Countries between the Duke of Burgundy, who controlled Holland, Flanders, Brabant, and Hainaut on the one side, and Charles, Duke of Guelders, who controlled Guelders, Groningen, and Frisia on the other side.
- Burgundian Victory
- Low Countries
15 de dic. de 2022 · Arnold, Duke of Guelders Arnold of Egmond (14 July 1410, Egmond-Binnen, North Holland – 23 February 1473, Grave) was Duke of Guelders, Count of Zutphen. He was son of John II of Egmond and Maria van Arkel. On 11 July 1423, Arnold of Egmond, who was still a boy in years, succeeded Duke Reinald IV.
- St Elizabeth Church Grave
- July 14, 1410
Arnoldo de Egmond(14 de julio de 1410-23 de febrero de 1473) fue duque de Guelders, conde de Zutphen. La vida Arnold nació en Egmond-Binnen, Holanda del Norte, hijo de Juan II de Egmondy Maria van Arkel. Escudo de armas de Egmond El 11 de julio de 1423, Arnold, todavía un niño, sucedió al duque Reinald IV.
In the battle of succession for Guelders, he imprisoned in 1465 his own father and became Duke with the support of Philip the Good, who also made him Knight in the Order of the Golden Fleece. In 1468 he won the Battle of Straelen against Cleves, but Charles the Bold reinstated his father Arnold, and Adolf was imprisoned in Hesdin.
In 1450, Duke Arnold went on a pilgrimage to Rome and Palestine. During his absence, Catherine acted as regent. She supported her son Adolf when he took over power from his father. Charles, Duke of Burgundy had Adolf taken capture in 1470, when he proved an unreliable ally to Burgundy.