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  PHILIP VI. (FRANCE) - LoveToKnow Article on PHILIP VI. (FRANCE)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
The election was ultimately determined by the diplomacy and the gold of Philip's agents, and the new pope, Clement V., was the weak-willed creature of the French king, to whom he owed the tiara.
Philip was a lover of poetry, surrounded himself with Provencal poets and even wrote in Provencal himself, but he was also one of the most hard-working kings of the house of Capet.
On the birth of a girl to the queen widow the regency naturally led to the throne of France, and Philip was crowned at Reims on the 2gth of May 1328.
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 AllRefer.com - Philip V, king of France (French History, Biography) - Encyclopedia
Philip V (Philip the Tall), c.1294–1322, king of France (1317–22), son of King Philip IV.
On the death of John I (1316), the posthumous son of Louis, Philip took the crown for himself in the absence of a direct male heir and was crowned (1317) king.
Philip's reign was notable for his frequent consultations of national assemblies and for his administrative, judiciary, and military reforms.
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 Joan II of Navarre - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Her uncles, King Philip V of France (II of Navarre) and King Charles IV of France (I of Navarre), took precedence over the young girl on the Navarrese throne, even though it was inheritable by females.
After Charles IV of France died in 1328, she became Queen of Navarre through a treaty with the new king, Philip VI of France, who was not an immediate descendant of the Kings of Navarre.
Philip was also Count of Évreux, the heir of Count Louis of Évreux (youngest son of Philip III of France), and thus of Capetian male blood.
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 Philip V of France - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Philip V the Tall (French: Philippe V le Long) (1293 - January 3, 1322) was King of France from 1316 to 1322, and a member of the Capetian dynasty.
Philip V became regent for his infant nephew King John I, and when John lived only a few days, he proclaimed himself king.
Philip also restored the goods and dignity of many of his father's closest dignataries and collaborators (including Enguerrand de Marigny), who had been banished under Louis X. Philip V died at Longchamp, Paris and is interred in Saint Denis Basilica.
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 Philip I, Duke of Burgundy   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Philip was the only son of Philip of Burgundy, heir of duke Eudes IV, and Joanna, countess of Auvergne and Boulogne.
Despite the attempts of King Charles II of Navarre to overtake the duchy of Burgundy, the settlement of the inheritance was peaceful.
Margaret, Dowager Countess of Flanders, Philip's grand-aunt, inherited Artois and Franche-Comté (county palatine of Burgundy) as next heir, because she was younger sister of Philip's paternal grandmother Joan Countess of Artois and Burgundy, both daughters of Joan of Chalon, Artois and Burgundy, from her marriage with King Philip V of France.
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 MSN Encarta - Search Results - Philip V (of France)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Philip V (of France), called The Tall (1294?-1322), king of France (1316-1322), the second son of King Philip IV.
Philip's accession, by uniting the French and Spanish thrones in the same family, threatened to disturb the balance of power in Europe.
In 1305 Philip obtained the election of one of his own adherents as pope, Clement V, and compelled him to reside in France.
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 Treaty of Utrecht Renunciations to France and Spain Philip V Headship Royal House of France Bourbon Orléans   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Philip V, now under increasing pressure from his grandfather to agree to the demand for a renunciation, made it clear on 3 July 1712 that he would only sign such an act to facilitate peace and "so that the Spanish Monarchy will be assured to his descendants".
The reciprocal renunciations made by Philip V, King of Spain, to the throne of France, and by two Princes of the House of France to the Spanish throne, were intended to settle the balance of power in Europe on a permanent basis by permanently separating the French and Spanish Crowns.
France wished to bring a disastrous war to an end, but she also intended to reclaim her position of influence in Europe without any limitation on the powers of her Monarchy, while insuring a friendly dynasty was established to the south of the Pyrenees.
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 Encyclopedia: Henry IV of France
King Philip V of Spain (December 19, 1683 – July 9, 1746) or Philippe of Anjou, grandson of the French monarch Louis XIV, was king of Spain from 1700 to 1746, the first of the Bourbon dynasty in Spain.
At the death of King Henry III of France, who had no son, the crown passed to Henry IV, in application of the Salic Law, as Henry was the descendant of the eldest surviving male line of the Capetian Dynasty.
Philip VI of Valois (French: Philippe VI de Valois; 1293 –; August 22, 1350) was the King of France from 1328 to his death, and Count of Anjou, Maine, and Valois 1325–1328.
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 Philip V, king of Spain. The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition. 2001-05
A grandson of Louis XIV of France, he was titular duke of Anjou before Charles II of Spain designated him as his successor.
In 1714, Philip married Elizabeth Farnese, who took complete control of her husband’s policies and who was in turn dominated by the chief minister, Cardinal Alberoni.
Under Philip, Spain began to recover from the economic stagnation of the 17th cent., especially after the rise (1743) of the reforming minister Ensenada.
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Thus reorganized by France Christian Europe was (in the mind of Pierre Dubois) to undertake the Crusade; the Holy Land would be reconquered, and on the return, the Palaeologi, who reigned at Constantinople, would be replaced by the Capetian, Charles of Valois, representing the rights of Catherine de Courtenay to the Latin Empire of Constantinople.
Philip IV was not really a free-thinker; he was religious, and even made pilgrimages: his attitude toward the inquisition is not that of a free-thinker, as is especially apparent in the trial of the Franciscan Bernard Délicieux.
Philip IV, by his formal condemnation of the memory of Boniface VIII, appointed himself judge of the orthodoxy of the popes.
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 ninemsn Encarta - Search Results - Philip V (of France)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
France, officially French Republic (in French, République Française), country in western Europe, bounded on the north by the English Channel, the...
Philip V (of France), called The Tall (c.
Philip V (of Spain) (1683-1746), king of Spain (1700-1746), during whose reign French ideas prevailed at his court, and French institutions were...
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 26TH GENERATION   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
King Philip IV of FRANCE was born in 1268 in Fontainebleau, France - son of Philip III.
King Philip V of FRANCE was born in 1294 in France - son of Philip IV.
King Charles IV of FRANCE was born in 1295 in France (Charles the Fair) - son of Philip IV.
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 Treaty of Utrecht Renunciations to France and Spain Philip V Headship Royal House of France Bourbon Orléans   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
France’s European rivals, however, led by Great Britain (whose then de facto King was also Stadtholder of the United Provinces of the Netherlands, themselves the object of French territorial lust) and the Emperor, saw Philip’s succession as a threat to their own security.
The binding nature of the terms of the renunciations was expressly challenged by the governments of France and Spain in their responses to protests by Great Britain at the marriage of the heiress presumptive to the Spanish throne to a French Prince in 1846.
The Headship of the House of France was assumed by the senior male descendant of Philip V on the basis that these renunciations were not binding or valid.
www.chivalricorders.org /royalty/bourbon/france/success/sucprt1.htm   (1796 words)

 Philip - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Philip is a personal name, derived from Greek Philippos, meaning "lover of horses", from philo "love" and hippos "horse".
Philip, one of the Diadochi and satrap of Sogdiana
(Philip I of Castile accounted for the numeral I - Castile was one of the predecessor kingdoms of Spain)
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 Members of the French Royal Families - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Charles VII of France (1403-1461) the Dauphin in Shakespeare's Henry V
Philip I of Bourbon, Duke of Orléans (1640-1701), m.1 Henrietta Anne Stuart (1644-1670), daughter of Charles I of England; m.2 Elisabeth Charlotte of the Palatinate
Philip, Duke of Anjou (1683-1746), later King Philip V of Spain
www.sterlingheights.us /project/wikipedia/index.php/Members_of_the_French_Royal_Families   (1233 words)

 Life of Saint Denis
In 1317, King Philip V of France (The Tall) received from his chaplain Gilles, the abbot of Saint Denis, a luxury copy of a text entitled The Life of Saint Denis.
The manuscript was begun during the reign of Philip IV (The Fair) at the command of Jean de Pontoise, Abbot of Saint Denis.
This was especially true from the middle of the fourteenth century under the Valois Dynasty notably Charles V (the Wise) and his brothers the Louis d'Anjou, Jean, duc de Berry, and Philippe le Hardi, the Duke of Burgundy.
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 Philip IV, king of France
Philip IV Philip IV (Philip the Fair), 1268–1314, king of France (1285–1314), son and successor of Philip III.
Philip asserted his right to tax the clergy for the defense of the realm, thus making permanent a special tax permitted by the popes for support of crusades.
Philip was more successful in his attempts to expand at the expense of the Holy Roman Empire; Lyons and Viviers were incorporated into France during his reign.
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 ORB: Late Medieval France Bibliography
Brown, Elizabeth A. "The Prince is Father of the King: The Character and Childhood of Philip the Fair." Mediaeval Studies 49 (1987): 282-334.
Taylor, Charles H. "The Composition of Baronial Assemblies in France, 1315-1320." Speculum 29 (1954): 433-59.
Tyerman, C. "Philip V of France, the Assemblies of 1319-20 and the Crusade." Bulletin of the Institute of Historical Research 57 (1984): 15-34.
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Ginzburg describes the extermination and confinement of lepers ordered by King Philip V of France on 21 June 1321 as “the first time in the history of Europe that such a huge programme of segregation was undertaken.
Two Bulls of Clement V from Avignon deny that the Jews are the cause of the Plague.
Frances of Rome: Founder of the Oblates of Tor de’Specchi (1432).
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 Articles - Joan I of Navarre   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Various powers, both foreign and Navarrese, sought to take advantage of the minority of the heiress and the weakness of the female regent, which caused Joan and her mother to seek protection at the court of Philip III of France.
At the age of 13, Jeanne married his son and heir Philip IV of France on August 16, 1284, becoming Queen of France a year later.
Philip V of France (1293 – January 3, 1322)
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 Ancestors and Family of Philip V the Tall of France Capet   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Philip was the second son of Philip IV, who made him count of Poitiers in 1311.
Anointed at Reims in January 1317, Philip quickly moved to consolidate his position, and on February 2 an assembly of barons, prelates, Parisian bourgeois, and doctors of the University of Paris recognized him as king, enunciating the principle that Joan, as a woman, could not succeed to the throne of France.
Philip married Jeanne de Bourgogne, daughter of Otto IV de Bourgogne and Unknown, in 1307.
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 Poke's Fifteen Decisive Battles
France is not stronger by a single city or a single acre for all the devastating wars of the Consulate and the Empire.
It was against Holland that the fiercest attacks of France were made, and, though often apparently on the eve of complete success, they were always ultimately baffled by the stubborn bravery of the Dutch, and the heroism of their great leader, W illiam of Orange.
Philip was well received in Madrid, where he was crowned as King Philip V. in the beginning of 1701.
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 british monarchy - mong118 - Generated by Personal Ancestral File   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Louis X the Headstrong King of France [Parents] was born on 04 Oct 1289 in Paris.
Philip V the Tall King of France [Parents] was born about 1294 in Lyons.
Joan married Philip V the Tall King of France in 1307.
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 Timeline for France, 1300-1500   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Robert of Flanders cedes to France the castellanies of Lilli, Douai, and Béthune in lieu of the indemnity promised in 1305
Philip of Burgundy inherits the Duchies of Brabant and Limburg
Philip of Burgundy acquires the Duchy of Luxemburg by purchase
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 LOUIS THE GERMAN - LoveToKnow Article on LOUIS THE GERMAN   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
He was prepared to assent to very humiliating terms, and even agreed to abdicate; but the negotiations, which were prolonged by further demands on the part of the pope, were interrupted by his death in December 1334.
Overtures for peace were made to Philip, but without success; and in July 1337 Louis concluded an alliance with Edward III., king of England, and made active preparations for war.
In 1341 he recovered a portion of the Palatinate, and soon deserted Edward of England and came to terms with Philip of France.
55.1911encyclopedia.org /L/LO/LOUIS_THE_GERMAN.htm   (2458 words)

 Philip V Of France - Encyclopedia.WorldSearch   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
A new genus of Adapidae (Mammalia, primates) from the late Eocene of southern France, and its significance for the origin of higher primates (Contributions...
of Philip V. of Spain, 1697 to 1700
Philippe V d'Espagne et l'art de son temps: Actes du colloque des 7, 8 et 9 juin 1993, Domaine de Sceaux, Musée de l'Ile-de-France (Mémoires du Musée de l'Ile-de-France)
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 Middle ages: Capetian Franch kings
Philip The Fair died leaving 3 sons who became Louis X (Louis X's posthumous son, John I), Philip V and Charles IV.
When John died, Philip V had himself crowned even though there were some who supported Louis' daughter Joan.
Philip V called the Estates-General (parliament) and they agreed that women should not succeed to the throne of France invoking an old law of the Salian Franks, or "Salic Law." With many concessions by Philip, this became the established law of succession in France.
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