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Isabella of France Line breaks: Isa|bella of France
Pronunciation: /ˌɪzəˈbɛlə/

Definition of Isabella of France in English:

( 1292–1358), daughter of Philip IV of France and wife of Edward II of England (1308–27). After returning to France in 1325, she organized an invasion of England in 1326 with her lover Roger de Mortimer, murdering Edward and replacing him with her son, Edward III. Edward took control in 1330, executing Mortimer and sending Isabella into retirement.

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