Philip the Good

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Philip the Good

n
(Biography) 1396–1467, duke of Burgundy (1419–67), under whose rule Burgundy was one of the most powerful states in Europe
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n.
1396–1467, duke of Burgundy 1419–67.
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Multiple rings adorn his fingers, while around his neck hangs the chain of the Golden Fleece--a chivalric order that Philip the Good, Duke of Burgundy, had established in Bruges in 1430 to instil loyalty in the local nobility and promote Christianity.
Philip the Good, Duke of Burgundy, had twenty-seven illegitimate children, several of whom found places of esteem inside the premier court of the late medieval period.
The chief manuscript in this group is a richly decorated copy of the Statues and Privileges of Ghent and Flanders made for Philip the Good, Duke of Burgundy (Vienna, Osterreichische Bibliothek, cod.