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Gilles Aycelin; the servant of two masters.

[1st ed.].. [Syracuse, N.Y.] Syracuse University Press, 1973.
ISBN 0815600941, 9780815600947

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DC 94 .A9 M3 1973 Off-site
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Subjects Aycelin, Gilles, approximately 1250-1318.
France -- History -- Philip IV, 1285-1314 -- Biography.
Description ix, 220 pages 23 cm
Copyright Date 1973.
Notes An expanded and revised version of the author's thesis, Columbia University.
Includes bibliographical references (pages 205-215).
Summary "Giles Aycelin, lawyer, councillor to Philip the Fair and two of his sons, President of the Parlement of Paris, diplomat, Archbishop of Narbonne and Rouen, and presiding officer of the papal commission to investigate the Templars, was one of the most influential men in France until his death in 1318"--Book jacket flap.
Contents Preface -- Introduction -- Men of Auvergne -- The Archbishop of Narbonne -- The complex patterns of policy -- Clercis Laicos -- Aycelin and Pierre Flute -- The Peace of Montreuil -- The liberties of Narbonne -- Heresy and treason -- "That one-eye Belial" -- "Deferentes homini plusquam deo" -- Recovery and reform -- The destruction of the Templars -- Guardian of the seals -- Archbishop of Rouen -- Conclusion.
Genre Biography.
Geographic Area France
Network Numbers (OCoLC)618416
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities McNamara, Jo Ann, 1931-
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