Robert Fleuranges de La Marck

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Robert Fleuranges de la Marck (1491–1537), marshal of France and historian, was the son of Robert de La Marck; duke of Bouillon, seigneur of Sedan and Fleuranges, whose uncle was the celebrated William de la Marck, The Wild Boar of the Ardennes. Self-styled "The Young Adventurer," he was one of Francis I's close companions in the last years of Louis XII's life, and remained close after Francis ascended the throne.

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Born: 1491, Place of Birth
Died: 1537, Place of Death
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Nationality: German
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