Henri III King Of France Letter Signed Accreditation To The Pope 1585
Henry iii King of France signed letter request for approval to the pope - 1585. He inherited a divided kingdom marked by serious religious, political and economic problems. Four wars of religion were waged during his reign. Henry iii had to face political and religious parties, including the party of the league led by the half. Signed letter, Paris March 17, 1585, in jeans de vivonne, lord of Saint-gouart, his ambassador to Rome, countersigned by stone brulart, 1 p. Address on the back, for an application for accreditation with the pope. Letter to his ambassador to address the pope [gregarie xiii] and make him accept the resignation by jehan roux, priory of the convent priory our lady de villiers, \"order of grantmont dioceze de troyes\", of his priory in favor of the brother reborn of Rochefort \"religious of lordra st jehan of jerusalem [order of hospitals].\" Jean de vivonne, advisor of Henri iii and French ambassador to the crown of Spain, then to the Roman curia. Knight of the Holy Spirit in 1583, he was elevated to the rank of Marshal of France in 1585. The item \"henri iii king of France letter signed approval to the pope 1585\" is on sale since Saturday, February 6, 2021. It is in the category \"collections-letters, old papers-autographs-historical personalities\". The seller is \"judi75000\" and is located in bets. This item can be delivered anywhere in the world.
- manufacturing country: france
- time: 18th and before
- modified object: no
- number: 1
- theme: history, politics