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  1. John and his mistress Agnes de Croy, daughter of Jean I de Croÿ, had the following child: John of Burgundy, Bishop of Cambrai; John and his mistress Marguerite de Borsele had the following children: Guy of Burgundy, Lord of Kruybeke (killed at the siege of Calais in 1436), married Johanna, illegitimate daughter of Albert I, Duke of Bavaria.

  2. › wiki › CambraiCambrai - Wikipedia

    The town of Cambrai is located in the south of the Nord Department, of which it is chef-lieu of the arrondissement.It belongs to the dense network of the cities of the area which are separated by a few tens of kilometres: Douai is only 24 kilometres (15 mi), Valenciennes is 29 kilometres (18 mi), Arras is 35 kilometres (22 mi) and Saint-Quentin 37 kilometres (23 mi) as the crow flies.

  3. A formal alliance was made with Burgundy, which had taken Paris in 1418 before the assassination of Duke John the Fearless in 1419. In 1420, Henry met with King Charles VI. They signed the Treaty of Troyes , by which Henry finally married Charles' daughter Catherine of Valois and Henry's heirs would inherit the throne of France.

  4. Strasbourg Cathedral or the Cathedral of Our Lady of Strasbourg (French: Cathédrale Notre-Dame de Strasbourg, or Cathédrale de Strasbourg, German: Liebfrauenmünster zu Straßburg or Straßburger Münster), also known as Strasbourg Minster, is a Catholic cathedral in Strasbourg, Alsace, France.

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  6. › wiki › GerardGerard - Wikipedia

    Gerard of Toul (935–994), German bishop and saint; Gerard of Csanád (died 1046), Hungarian bishop and saint, a.k.a. Gerard Sagredo; Gerard of Florennes (c. 975–1051), Bishop of Cambrai; Gerard of Burgundy (died 1061), known as Pope Nicholas II; Gerard (archbishop of York) (died 1108), English archbishop

  7. Photograph credit: Harris & Ewing ; restored by Adam Cuerden