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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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This agreement, among Henry V of England, Philip the Good of Burgundy, and Charles VI of France, established that Henry would rule as regent of France during the remaining lifetime of Charles VI, whose mental illness and "absences" rendered him unfit to rule, (15) and that he would become king of France and England upon the death of Charles VI.
Following the signing of the Treaty of Arras between Charles VII of France and Philip the Good of Burgundy, the reconciliation of French-Burgundian relations also meant an increasing tension in dealings between England and Burgundy, two polities who had held in each other in cautious friendship after the assasination of John the Fearless in 1419.