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  1. December 6 – The monetary policy of Philippe le Bel triggers a revolt in Paris. The provost's house is burned, and the king has to flee to the fortress of the Temple. Date unknown. Philip IV of France exiles all the Jews from France, and confiscates their property. Storkyrkan, the current cathedral of Stockholm, is consecrated.

  2. Philip Archdeacon of Paris 1125–1161: Henry Archbishop of Reims 1121–1175: Philip Co-King of the Franks 1116–1131: Henry I Count of Champagne 1127–1181: Marie Countess of Champagne 1145–1198: Alice of France 1150–1197 /1198: Theobald V Count of Blois 1130–1191: Eleanor of England Queen of Castile 1161–1214: Henry Co-King of ...

  3. Paris: Etienne Repos. Jean, Armand (1891). Les évêques et les archevêques de France depuis 1682 jusqu'à 1801 (in French). Paris: A. Picard. p. 78. Le Moigne, Frédéric; Christian Sorrel (2016). Les évêques français de la Séparation au pontificat de Jean-Paul II (in French). Paris: Editions du Cerf. ISBN 978-2-204-12086-9.

  4. The Hunchback of Notre Dame is a 1996 American animated musical comedy-drama film produced by Walt Disney Feature Animation and released to theaters on June 21, 1996 by Walt Disney Pictures. The thirty-fourth animated feature in the Disney Animated Canon, the film is loosely based on Victor Hugo's novel of the same name, but changed most of its substance to make it more family-friendly. The ...

  5. 26/01/2022 · Eleanor, Duchesse d'Aquitaine was born between 1120 and 1122 at Château de Belin, Guienne, France.4 She was the daughter of Guillaume X, Duc d'Aquitaine and Eleanor Châtellérault de Rochefoucauld.2,3 She married, firstly, Louis VII, Roi de France, son of Louis VI, Roi de France and Adelaide di Savoia, on 25 July 1137 at Bordeaux Cathedral, Bordeaux, Dauphine, France.4 She and Louis VII, Roi ...

  6. www.thebookofdays.com › months › septSeptember 22nd

    Our great scholar, Alexander Neckam, has collected some of them in his work, De Naturis Rerum, which was published in the latter part of that century; and when, at the beginning of the century following, another of our scholars, Gervase of Tilbury, visited Naples, he listened to similar stories which were told to him by his host, the Archdeacon Pinatellus.