Visual Timeline: Jeanne d'Albret
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1528 CE - 1572 CE: Life of Jeanne d'Albret, Queen of Navarre, writer, and Protestant leader.
1541 CE - 1545 CE: Jeanne d'Albret is married to Duke Wilhelm of Cleves. The marriage is annulled in 1545, never consumated.
1548 CE: Jeanne d'Albret is married to Antoine de Bourbon.
1555 CE: Jeanne d'Albret's father dies and she becomes Queen of Navarre.
1560 CE: Jeanne d'Albret openly declares herself a Protestant and bans Catholic worship, clergy, and practice from Navarre.
1562 CE: Jeanne d'Albret flees Paris for Navarre; Antoine de Bourbon orders her arrest; Antoine dies at Rouen.
1563 CE: Jeanne d'Albret helps negotiate the peace of the first conflict in the French Wars of Religion.
1568 CE - 1570 CE: Jeanne d'Albret is the spiritual, financial, and practical leader of the Protestant faction in the third conflict of the French Wars of Religion.
1570 CE: Jeanne d'Albret helps negotiate the peace of the third conflict in the French Wars of Religion.
1572 CE: Jeanne d'Albret dies of natural causes at Paris.