France and Spain sign the Peace of Noyon. It agrees that Francis I
will retain Milan but renounce his claim to Naples. A marriage is
arranged between King Charles of Spain and Francis' daughter
Princess Louise. both kings pledge themselves to force Maximilian I
to renounce his claims to Brescia and Verona.
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Editors. "Peace of Noyon between France and Spain". The Literary Encyclopedia. First published 01 November 2010
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