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 +'''Marguerite de Navarre''' ([[April 11]], [[1492]] – [[December 21]], [[1549]]), also known as '''Marguerite of Angouleme''' and '''Margaret of Navarre''', was the queen consort of King [[Henry II of Navarre|Henry II]] of [[Navarre]]. As patron of humanists and reformers, and as an author in her own right, she was an outstanding figure of the [[France|French]] [[Renaissance]]. [[Samuel Putnam]] called her "The First Modern Woman".
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Marguerite de Navarre (April 11, 1492December 21, 1549), also known as Marguerite of Angouleme and Margaret of Navarre, was the queen consort of King Henry II of Navarre. As patron of humanists and reformers, and as an author in her own right, she was an outstanding figure of the French Renaissance. Samuel Putnam called her "The First Modern Woman".



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