Dreux

Coordinates: 48°44′14″N 1°21′59″E / 48.7372°N 01.3664°E / 48.7372; 01.3664

Dreux is a commune in the Eure-et-Loir department in northern France.

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Philip Of Dreux
... Philip of Dreux (Philippe de Dreux) (1158–1217) was a French nobleman, Bishop of Beauvais, and figure of the Third Crusade ...
Beatrice, Countess Of Montfort - Marriage - Issue
... Marie of Dreux (1261/62–1276), in 1275 married Mathieu de Montmorency ... Yolande de Dreux (1263–1323) John II of Dreux (1265–1309) Joan of Dreux, Countess of Braine, married firstly Jean IV de Roucy, and secondly John of Bar ... Beatrice of Dreux, Abbess of Pont-Royal (1270–1328) Robert of Dreux, seigneur of Chateau-du-Loire ...
Charles II Of Albret
... leaving the younger Charles as lord of Albret and titular Count of Dreux, titular count since after Agincourt the lands of the county of Dreux were in English hands ... He was confirmed in possession of the county of Dreux in 1441 by King Charles VII ... grandson Alain (called Alain the Great), Jean's son, but he left the county of Dreux to his third son, Arnaud Amanieu ...
Chapelle Royale De Dreux
... The Royal Chapel of Dreux (Chapelle royale de Dreux) situated in Dreux, France, is the traditional burial place of members of the House of Orléans ...
Dreux - International Relations
... Dreux is twinned with Todi, Italy, since 1960 Melsungen, Germany, since 1966 Koudougou, Burkina Faso, since 1972 Evesham, United Kingdom, since 1977 Bautzen, Germany, since 1992 ...