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  1. Louis de Lorraine, cardinal de Guise et prince-évêque de Metz (21 October 1527, in Joinville, Champagne – 29 March 1578, in Paris) was a French Roman Catholic cardinal and Bishop during the Italian Wars and French Wars of Religion.

    • 29 March 1578
    • Metz
  2. Louis I de Lorraine, cardinal de Guise (born Oct. 21, 1527—died May 29, 1578) was the brother of François, 2nd duc de Guise. Named bishop of Troyes (1545) and of Albi (1550), he became in 1553 “cardinal de Guise”—to distinguish him from his brother, the eminent Charles, cardinal de Lorraine ( q.v. ). Unlike his brothers, he preferred ...

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  3. 2 de dic. de 2020 ·,_Cardinal_of_Guise. Louis de Lorraine (October 21, 1527, Joinville, Champagne – March 29, 1578, Paris) was the fourth son of Claude, Duke of Guise and Antoinette de Bourbon, and the younger brother of Charles of Guise, Cardinal of Lorraine. He was the nephew of Cardinal Jean de Lorraine.

  4. After an apparent reconciliation between the French King and the Duke, King Henry III had both the Duke of Guise and his brother, Louis of Lorraine, Cardinal of Guise (1555–1588), murdered in December 1588 during a meeting in the Royal Chateau at Blois.

  5. He is also listed as Louis I de Lorraine, cardinal de Guise. His last name is also listed as De Guise Lorraine. Nephew of Cardinal Jean de Lorraine (1518). Brother of Cardinal Charles I de Guise de Lorraine (1547). Uncle of Cardinal Louis II de Guise (1578). Grand-uncle of Cardinal Louis III de Guise (1615). Education.

  6. Cardinal of Guise can refer to these members of the French ducal family de Guise who became cardinals: Louis I, Cardinal of Guise (1527-1578), Bishop of Troyes; Louis II, Cardinal of Guise, (1555-1588), nephew of Louis I; Louis III, Cardinal of Guise, (1575–1621), the third son of Henry I, Duke of Guise, and Catherine of Cleves ...

  7. Birth. February 17, 1524 (1), Joinville, France. Second son of Duke Claude de Guise and Antoinette de Bourbon-Vendôme. He was duke of Chevreuse. He is also known as the first Cardinal of Guise; as the second Cardinal of Lorraine; and in 1550, after the death of his uncle, Jean de Lorraine (1518), as the first Cardinal of Lorraine.