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  1. Hace 2 días · Expressing his regret at parting with her uncle Louis, Cardinal of Guise, which, however, is mitigated by his sense that the Cardinal's authority will still ‘istic quoque’ be used to further the Pope's intentions.

  2. 14 de may. de 2024 · Jean de Lorraine, 1st cardinal de Lorraine (born April 9, 1498, Bar, Fr.—died May 18, 1550, Nogent-sur-Yonne) was a French cardinal of the celebrated family of Guise, a noted patron of arts and letters. His older brother was Claude de Lorraine, 1st Duke de Guise. Jean became coadjutor of the bishop of Metz at the age of three and ...

  3. 14 de may. de 2024 · Mary was the eldest child of Claude de Lorraine, 1 er duc de Guise of Lorraine. By her first marriage, to Louis d’Orléans, 2 e duc de Longueville, on Aug. 4, 1534, she had one son, François, 3 e duc de Longueville.

  4. 3 de may. de 2024 · Michel de Gast* was Captain of the famous Forty-Five** bodyguards of Henry III.. Pushed to the limits by the duke of Guise and his brother, Cardinal Guise, well aware they were plotting to usurp his throne, angered by the insults and public humiliations they heaped upon him, Henry, not unreasonably, decided to get rid of them.

  5. 20 de may. de 2024 · Anne de Saint-Pol. Signature. Anne de Montmorency, duc de Montmorency ( c. 1493 – 12 November 1567) was a French noble, governor, royal favourite and Constable of France during the mid to late Italian Wars and early French Wars of Religion. He served under five French kings ( Louis XII, François I, Henri II, François II and Charles IX ).

  6. Hace 2 días · Luis Antonio Gokim Tagle (/ ˈ t ɑː ɡ l eɪ / TAH-glay; Tagalog: [lʊˈwis ɐnˈtonɪo 'taɡlɛ]; born June 21, 1957) is a Filipino prelate of the Catholic Church currently serving as the Pro-Prefect for the Section of Evangelization of Dicastery for Evangelization (formerly the Congregation for the Evangelization of Peoples) since June 5, 2022, and as the President of Interdicasterial ...

  7. Hace 6 días · Italian Wars. Georges dAmboise (born 1460, Chaumont-sur-Loire, France—died May 25, 1510, Lyon) was a cardinal and chief minister of the French state under King Louis XII, known for his domestic reforms and his role in Louiss Italian campaigns.