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  Philip II of France - Wikipedia
Philip was a younger half-brother of Marie de Champagne, Alix of France, Marguerite of France and Alys, Countess of the Vexin.
Philip Augustus had not counted on Ingeborg, however; she insisted that the marriage had been consummated, and she was his wife and the rightful queen of France.
With Paris as his capital, he had the main thoroughfares paved, built a central market, Les Halles, continued the construction begun in 1163 of the Gothic Notre-Dame de Paris Cathedral, constructed the Louvre as a fortress and gave a charter to the University of Paris (the Sorbonne) in 1200.
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 PARIS - LoveToKnow Article on PARIS   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
The altitude of Paris varies between 80 ft. (at the Point du Jour, the exit of the Seine from the fortifications) and 420 ft. at the hill of Montmartre in the north of the city; the other chief eminence is the hill of Ste Genevieve, on the left bank.
The springs of the Dhuis, to the east of Paris, whence the water is conveyed by an aqueduct 82 m in length to a reservoir in the quarter of Mnilmontant.
Paris is also the seat of the central council of the Reformed Church and of the executive committee of the General Synod of the Lutheran Church, and forms a consistory of both these churches, whose adherents together number about 90,000.
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 LOUIS VIII. OF FRANCE - LoveToKnow Article on LOUIS VIII. OF FRANCE   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
Philip II., suspicious of his son until the close of his life, took precautions to assure his obedience, narrowly watched his administration in Artois, which Louis held from his mother Isabella, and, contrary to the custom of the kings of France, did not associate his son with him by having him crowned.
Isabella and her husband were forced to submit, and Raymond VII., count of Toulouse, yielded without resistance upon the advent of two royal armies, and accepted the peace of Lorris in January 1243.
Louis was more successful in preventing feuds between his own nobles: between the counts of Brittany and Champagne over the succession to Navarre; the dauphin of Vienne (Guigues VII.) and Charles of Anjou; the count of Burgundy and the count of Chalons; Henry of Luxemburg and the duke of Lorraine with the count of Bar.
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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.
Boniface VIII in the conflict of 1302 was only maintaining this principle, when he insisted on the consent of the clergy to the collection of the tithes.
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 Paris, France [Definition]   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
Paris is the capitalIn politics a capital (also called capital city or political capital — although the latter phrase has an alternative meaning based on an alternative meaning of "capital") is the principal city or town associated with its government.
Paris, together with its suburbs and satellite cities, forms the Greater Paris metropolitan areaA metropolitan area is a large population center consisting of a large city and its adjacent zone of influence, or of several neighboring cities or towns and adjoining areas, with one or more large cities serving as its hub or hubs.
Paris was occupied by a Gallic Gallia (in English Gaul) is the Latin name for the region of western Europe occupied by present-day France, Belgium, western Switzerland and the parts of the Netherlands and Germany on the west bank of the Rhine river.
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 The Bailey Family   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
Philip was excommunicated in 1095 because he had repudiated his wife, Bertha of Holland, and married Bertrada, the wife of the count of Anjou.
Philip Prince Of FRANCE was born on 9 Sep 1209 in Paris, France.
Philip Prince Of FRANCE was born on 29 Aug 1116 in Rheims, Marne, France.
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 CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Archdiocese of Paris
Paris was preserved from the invasion of Attila through the prayers and activity of St.
The University of Paris did not yet exist, but, from the beginning of the twelfth century, the monastic schools of Notre-Dame were already famous, and the teaching of Peter Lombard, known as the Master of the Sentences, added to their lustre.
Maurice de Sully, Bishop of Paris, having accompanied the pope to the ceremony, was invited by the abbot to withdraw, and Alexander III declared in a sermon, afterwards confirmed by a Bull, thenceforth the Church of St-Germain-des-Prés was dependent only on the Roman pontiff, and subsequently conferred on the abbot a number of episcopal prerogatives.
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 Louis VIII of France - Wikipedia
Louis VIII the Lion (French: Louis VIII le Lion) (September 5, 1187 – November 8, 1226) reigned as King of France from 1223 to 1226.
Louis was born in Paris, France, the son of King Philippe II Auguste and Isabelle of Hainaut.
The Saint Denis Basilica houses the tomb of Louis VIII.
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 Philip VIII, Duc d'Orléans - Wikipedia
Louis-Philippe Robert Duc d'Orléans (August 24, 1869 - March 28, 1926) was the son of Philippe, Comte de Paris, Orleanist claimant to the throne of France.
The Duc d'Orléans was born in Twickenham, England, where his family had been exiled since King Louis Philippe's abdication in 1848.
Upon the death of his father in 1894, he assumed the title of Philip VIII, titular king of France.
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 From Revolution to Reconstruction: Documents: Paristreaty 1763
The island of Minorca shall be restored to his Britannick Majesty, as well as Fort St. Philip, in the same condition they were in when conquered by the arms of the Most Christian King; and with the artillery which was there when the said island and the said fort were taken.
DON CARLOS, by the grace of God, King of Castille, of Leon, of Arragon, of the two Sicilies, of Jerusalem, of Navarre, of Granada, of Toledo, of Valencia, of Galicia, of Majorca, of Seville, of Sardinia, of Cordova, of Corsica, of Murcia, of Jaen, of the Algarves.
of the Canary Islands, of the East and West Indies, Islands and Continent, of the Ocean, Arch Duke of Austria, Duke of Burgundy, of Brabant and Milan, Count of Hapsburg, of Flanders, of Tirol and Barcelona, Lord of Biscay and of Molino, andc.
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 Saint King Louis IX Capet of France - Holy Roman Emperor Henry V Franconia
Parents: King Louis VIII Capet (the Lion) of France and Princess Blanche (Blanca) Alphonsa of Castile.
Parents: Count Ramon (Raymond) V Berengar of Provence and Countess Beatrice of Savoy.
King Philip III Capet (the Hardy the Bold) of France and Princess Isabella of Aragon.
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 BERNARD, SAINT - Online Information article about BERNARD, SAINT
There is not a word, in the documents concerning the relations of Philip Augustus with Rome, from which we may conclude that the Capetian crown submitted, or that the papacy wished to impose upon it the effective suzerainty of the Holy See.
The fact of many of the popes being of French birth and France the field of their diplomacy shows that the supreme pontificate was already becoming French in character.
It was in the 14th century more especially that the Apostolic Chamber spread the net of its fiscal administration wider and wider over Christian Europe; but at the close of the 13th century all the preliminary measures had been taken to procure for the papal treasury its enormous and permanent resources.
encyclopedia.jrank.org /BEC_BER/BERNARD_SAINT.html   (9773 words)

 Descent Through French Kings   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
Duke of France and Burgundy, Count of Paris and Orleans.
Count of Paris, Duke of France, Marquis of Neustria, King of the West Franks.
Count Palatine of Bavaria, Duke of Neustrie (654-677).
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 Crusader States, Kings of Jerusalem & Cyprus, Templars, Hospitallers, Israel, etc.
After robbing and expelling Lombard bankers and the Jews, Philip conceived the scheme of suppressing the Templars, many of whom had died not twenty years previously vainly defending the last of the Kingdom of Jerusalem against the Mamlûks, accusing them of all sorts of outrageous crimes, and then confiscating their wealth.
William had been captured by John, brother of the Emperor Michael VIII Palaeologus, in 1259 and was ransomed with the cession of Laconia to the Romans in 1261 (beginning the Despotate of the Morea).
At the death of Isabella, Philip II of Taranto, a son of Charles II was then able to set aside her second husband, Philip of Savoy, and her daughter, Matilda, and return Achaea to the Anjevians.
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 Saint Patrick's Church: Saints of February 6
Hildegund, daughter of Count Herman of Lidtberg and widow of Count Lothair, turned her castle of Meer near Cologne, Germany, into a Premonstratensian convent.
As noted in the story of Philip de las Casas, this persecution was touched off by the irresponsible bragging of a Spanish sea captain in 1596 meeting the already provoked Hideyoshi, who was furious at the success of the Christian missionaries.
Gaining courage by prayer, Philip was again able to follow his vocation, joined the convent of Our Lady of the Angels in Manila in 1590, and took his vows in 1594.
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 Timeline 1575-1599
Spain’s Philip II was proclaimed King Philip I of Portugal and united the colonial empires of Spain and Portugal.
Philip II prepared an invasion fleet but was interrupted by Francis Drake, who "singed the king’s beard" by burning 10,000 tons of shipping in Cadiz harbor.
1591 Philip II of Spain bought the Hieronymus Bosch painting "the Garden of Earthly Delights." It hung in the Escorial from this time to 1939 when it was moved to the Prado.
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 decendants of Charibert   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
Rutpert IV of_Wormsgau ---------- (Robert the Strong) [11018] count in Wormsgau count of Paris marquess of Neustria b.
Philip IV of_France [11099] ----- (Philip the Fair) king of France and Navarre, 1285-1314 b.1268 d.29_Nov_1314 Jeanne I of_Navarre [13878] ----- queen of Navarre, 1274-1305 b.12_Jan_1272 m.1284 wife of Philip IV, king of France d.2_Apr_1305
Philip of_Evreux [11138] -------- king of Navarre, 1328-1342 Jeanne II of_France [11092] ----- queen of Navarre, 1328-1349 wife of Philip of Evreux
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 G. A. Henty : At Agincourt : Chapter VIII. A Riot
"The service was by no means a slight one," the young count said, returning a deep salute that Agnes and Charlie made to him, "unless indeed you consider that my life is a valueless one, for assuredly without his aid and that of your tall retainer, my father would have been childless this morning.
"No doubt you are right," the young count said with a smile; "but it is the highest who set the bad example, and we their vassals cannot but follow them, though I myself would far rather draw my sword against the enemies of France than against my countrymen.
The count accompanied him, saying that he had not yet seen his tall friend of the night before, and must personally thank him.
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Charles Albert, regarding himself as thereby absolved from his pledge, with the assistance of the Elector Palatine Charles Philip and the Elector of Saxony, vigorously opposed the Emperor's efforts to obtain the guarantee of the Diet.
He closely superintended the management of the municipal property and urged on the city-fathers, who were, generally speaking, slow to move in economic matters, the draining of marshes and the building of mills, and the construction of brick-yards and sheep-runs on land belonging to the municipality.
But Don Philip could not maintain himself long at Parma; and, though Maillebois hastened to his aid, their joint attack on the Austrian position at Piacenza (June 16) was disastrously repulsed.
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 Chapter VIII
They (the Jesuits) wanted (this is the accusation flung in their faces by the Bishop of Paris in the full Council of Trent) faire de l'epouse de Jesus Christ une prostituee aux volontes d'un homme.
This last pseudo-order was constituted at Paris, on the 4th of November, 1804, by virtue of a forged Constitution, and ever since it has "contaminated genuine Freemasonry," as the highest Masons themselves tell us.
Count Ramsay, a Jesuit, was the first to start the idea of the Templars being joined to the Knights of Malta.
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 Philip Corner
Corner studied composition with Mark Brunswick and musicianship and piano with Fritz Jahoda at the City College of New York, where he earned his BA in 1955, and composition with Henry Cowell and Otto Luening at Columbia University, where he earned his MA in 1959.
He also studied analysis with Olivier Messiaen at the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique de Paris from 1955-57, where he earned a deuxième prix, and studied piano privately with Dorothy Taubman in New York from 1961-75.
He was drafted into the US Army in 1959 and shipped to South Korea in 1960-61, where he introduced music by himself, as well as John Cage, Olivier Messiaen, Wallingford Riegger, Anton Webern, and other composers.
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 The Avalon Project : Treaty of Paris 1763
The Avalon Project : Treaty of Paris 1763
Concluded at Paris the 10th day of February, 1763.
of the Canary Islands, of the East and West Indies, Islands and Continent, of the Ocean, Arch Duke of Austria, Duke of Burgundy, of Brabant and Milan, Count of Hapsburg, of Flanders, of Tirol and Barcelona, Lord of Biscay and of Molino, c.
www.yale.edu /lawweb/avalon/paris763.htm   (1169 words)

The book "All Judgment Fled", by James White, [All Judgment Fled, James White, New York: Walker, 1969] is a novel of first contact by human astronauts who board an extraterrestrial spaceship which has entered the solar system, and is in orbit near Jupiter.
Philip JosŽ Farmer's famous short story "Mother" ["Mother", Philip JosŽ Farmer, Thrilling Wonder Stories, April 1953, reprinted in Strange Relations, Philip JosŽ Farmer, New York: Avon, 1974] has a notoriously Oedipal relationship between human and alien.
One of the most common sub-subgenres involve World War II having been won by the Axis (as in Philip K. Dick's 1962 masterpiece "The Man in the High Castle") or the American Civil War having been won by the South ("Guns of the South") by Harry Turtledove.
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 Medieval Sourcebook: Medieval Legal History
John of Paris: On Royal and Papal Power [Local copy]
Agreement between Count William V of Aquitaine and Hugh IV of Lusignan
Philip II Augustus: Suppression of Etampes Commune, 1199-1200, trans.
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 Galpin Society Journal Reviews
PHILIP GURA and JAMES BOLLMAN: America's Instrument: the Banjo in the Nineteenth Century.
Count IGNAZIO COZIO di SALABUE: Observations on the construction of stringed instruments and their adjustment, 1804, 1805, 1809, 1810, 1816.
Paris: Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique, 1986.
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 European Royal History: Our Bookstore   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
A wonderful biography of don Juan Count of Barcelona, son of a king, father of a king.
Bourbon-Parma, the Carlist Pretender to the throne of Spain.
The biography of the victor of Lepanto, Philip II's illegitimate brother.
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 The Last Hurrah Bookshop: ASSASSINATIONS
."; from the Journal, No Agenda, Volume 1, Number 2, Nov-Dec 2003, editor: Paris Flammonde.
Also includes "Car Crash Cover-ups: The Deaths of Princess Diana and Mary Jo Kopechne," by Philip L. Simpson.
Compact guide to major alternative theories and landmarks in research.
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