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  1. Madeleine of France or Madeleine of Valois (10 August 1520 – 7 July 1537) was a French princess who briefly became Queen of Scotland in 1537 as the first wife of King James V. The marriage was arranged in accordance with the Treaty of Rouen , and they were married at Notre-Dame de Paris in January 1537, despite French reservations over her failing health.

  2. Madeleine of France (1520–1537) French princess. Name variations: Madeleine Valois; Madeleine de France; Magdelaine de France. Born Aug 10, 1520, in St. Germain-en-Laye, near Paris, France; died at age 17 at Holyrood, Edinburgh, Scotland, July 7, 1537; interred at Holyrood; elder dau. of Francis I, king of France (r. 1515–1547), and Claude de ...

  3. 01/02/2018 · The madeleine is synonymous with France, as much as its wine and garlic or its baguettes and cheese. This small cake has been favoured by kings and peasants since the 17th century, and was cemented into French hearts and culture by the French philosopher Proust in the early 1920s. One of France’s most beloved desserts

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  4. Madeleine of France (1443–1486) Queen of Hungary and Bohemia.Name variations: Madeleine de France; Magdalen. Born in 1443; died in 1486; daughter of Charles VII the Victorious (1403–1461), king of France (r. 1422–1461), and Marie of Anjou (1404–1463); married Ladislas V (or VI) Posthumus (1440–1457), king of Hungary (r. 1444–1457) and Bohemia (r. 1452); married Gaston de Foix ...

  5. Madeleine of France may refer to: Magdalena of France, daughter of Charles VII of France, mother of two monarchs of Navarre. Madeleine of France, daughter of Francis I of France, Queen of Scots. Topics referred to by the same term. This disambiguation page lists articles about people with the same name. If an internal link led you here, you may ...