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  1. Louis de Lorraine known as the Cardinal de Guise (22 January 1575 – 21 June 1621, Saintes) was the third son of Henry I, Duke of Guise and Catherine of Cleves.

  2. 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.

  3. Louis III de Lorraine, 3e cardinal de Guise was the last of the cardinals of the House of Guise, brother of Charles, 4th duc de Guise. In 1605 Guise became archbishop of Reims and in 1615 cardinal de Guise, but he was scarcely given to the religious life. He formed a long-lived liaison with.

  4. Louis II de Lorraine, cardinal de Guise (6 July 1555, Dampierre – 24 December 1588, Château de Blois) was a French prelate, Cardinal and politician during the latter French Wars of Religion. The third son of François de Lorraine, duke of Guise and Anne d'Este Louis was destined for a career in the church.

  5. 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.

  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.

  7. Louis III de Lorraine was the last cardinal of the House of Guise. He was a controversial figure who lived a dissipated life and incurred the displeasure of the kings of France. He was also a patron of arts and letters and supported many writers and scholars.