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-'''Bourgondisch''' wordt gebruikt als bijvoeglijk naamwoord om aan te geven dat er genoten wordt van het leven.  
-Deze term is afgeleid van de [[hertog]]en van [[Hertogdom Bourgondië|Bourgondië]], een zijtak van het Franse koningshuis van [[Huis Valois|Valois]], die omstreeks 1400 in het Noordoosten van het tegenwoordige [[Frankrijk]] een machtig rijk opbouwde, dat ook een groot deel van de [[Lage Landen (staatkunde)|Nederlanden]] omvatte. Bekende hertogen van Bourgondië waren [[Filips de Goede]] en [[Karel de Stoute]]. Hun hof was bekend om zijn grote luxe en rijkdom. 
-De inwoners van de Zuid-[[Nederland]]se provincies [[Noord-Brabant]] en [[Limburg (Nederland)|Limburg]] en de [[Belgen]] worden vaak 'Bourgondisch' genoemd, omdat ze graag de tijd nemen om van een [[hapjes|hapje]] en een [[Drinken|drankje]] te genieten.+'''Charles the Bold''' (or '''Charles the Rash''') (Charles le Téméraire) (10 November 1433 – 5 January 1477), baptised '''Charles Martin''', was [[Duke of Burgundy]] from 1467 to 1477. Known as ''Charles the Terrible'' to his enemies, he was the last [[House of Valois|Valois]] Duke of [[Duchy of Burgundy|Burgundy]] and his early death was a pivotal, if under-recognised, moment in European history.
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 +After his death, his domains began an inevitable slide towards division between France and the Habsburgs (who through marriage to his heiress [[Mary of Burgundy]] became his heirs). Neither side was satisfied with the results and the disintegration of the Burgundian state was a factor in most major wars in Western Europe for over two centuries.
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 +==See also==
 +* [[Burgundian Netherlands]]
 +* [[Burgundian Wars]]
 +* [[Duchy of Burgundy]]
 +* [[Dukes of Burgundy family tree]]
 +* [[Jacques of Savoy, Count of Romont]]
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Charles the Bold (or Charles the Rash) (Charles le Téméraire) (10 November 1433 – 5 January 1477), baptised Charles Martin, was Duke of Burgundy from 1467 to 1477. Known as Charles the Terrible to his enemies, he was the last Valois Duke of Burgundy and his early death was a pivotal, if under-recognised, moment in European history.

After his death, his domains began an inevitable slide towards division between France and the Habsburgs (who through marriage to his heiress Mary of Burgundy became his heirs). Neither side was satisfied with the results and the disintegration of the Burgundian state was a factor in most major wars in Western Europe for over two centuries.


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