Esclaramunda of Foix
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Esclaramunda of Foix (1250–1315) was Queen consort of Majorca from 1276-1311. She was married to James II of Majorca, and she was responsible for tutoring her grandson James III of Majorca. She was protector of the Order of Mercy. Her feast is on 22 October.
|Esclaraunda of Foix|
|Died||1315 (aged 64–65)|
|Spouse||James II of Majorca|
|Issue||James of Majorca |
Sancha of Majorca, Queen of Naples
Philip of Majorca
Elizabeth, Princess of Villena
Ferdinand of Majorca
|Father||Roger IV, Count of Foix|
|Mother||Brunissenda of Cardona|
Marriage and issueEdit
In 1275, Esclaramunda married James II of Majorca, with whom she had six children:
- James, who became a Franciscan friar before his father's death.
- Sancho, James II's successor
- Sancha of Majorca, who married Robert of Naples.
- Ferdinand, father of James III
- Philip, regent of Majorca during James III's minority
- Elizabeth, wife of Juan Manuel, Prince of Villena.
She survived her husband by only five years, and died in Perpignan.
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