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Joan II, Countess of Burgundy (15 January 1292-21 January 1330) was the Countess of Burgundy from 1315 to 1330, succeeding Robert of Burgundy and preceding Joan III of Burgundy. She was also the Queen Consort of France with Philip V of France.


Joan was born on 15 January 1292, the daughter of Otto IV of Burgundy and Mahaut of Artois. She married Philip V of France a few years before he became king, and she became queen consort in 1315. Joan bore him Joan III of Burgundy, Margaret I of Burgundy, and Blanche of France, and she lived in her own domains after her husband's death. She died in 1330 of depression.

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