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  1. 5 de abr. 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 ...

  2. Hace 4 días · December 1588: Assassination of the Duke Henry of Guise and his brother Cardinal Louis of Guise on the orders of Henry III 3 April 1589: Henry III and Henry of Navarre signed a truce and an alliance against the Catholic League, and started besieging Paris [178]

  3. 31 de mar. de 2024 · Henri II de Lorraine, 5 e duke de Guise (born April 4, 1614, Blois, France—died June 2, 1664) was the 5th duke of Guise whose multiple attempts to revive the family’s power came to naught.

  4. 12 de abr. de 2024 · Louis I was a Carolingian ruler of the Franks who succeeded his father, Charlemagne, as emperor in 814 and whose 26-year reign (the longest of any medieval emperor until Henry IV [1056–1106]) was a central and controversial stage in the Carolingian experiment to fashion a new European society.

  5. 31 de mar. de 2024 · Louis de Lorraine, Cardinal of Guise, archbishop of Reims. René de Birague, Chancellor of France (1573), cardinal (1578), bishop of Lodève (1573 - 1580), later bishop of Lavaur (1582-1583). Philippe de Lenoncourt, former bishop of Châlons, bishop of Auxerre (1560–62) and bishop emeritus of Auxerre (1562–92), cardinal (1586), peer of France.

  6. 4 de abr. de 2024 · On May 12, 1588, a Catholic force under the leadership of the Duke of Guise marched into Paris, in what came to be called the Day of the Barricades. Henry fled the city. A few months later, on December 23, Henry invited the Duke of Guise to a meeting at the Château de Blois. Also invited was the duke's brother, Louis II, Cardinal of Guise.

  7. 13 de abr. de 2024 · The cardinal found himself imprisoned in 1588, when Henry III ordered the murder of Henry, Duke of Guise, at the Château of Blois and rounded up those he regarded as a threat to his crown, including the Cardinal of Bourbon.