L’édit de Beaulieu également connu sous le nom de paix de Loches est signé à Beaulieu-lès-Loches par Henri III de France ; il met fin à la cinquième guerre de religion, le 6 mai 1576, en reconnaissant le culte protestant et en lui accordant de nombreuses garanties. Il est aussi appelé paix de Monsieur, car le frère du roi (appelé Monsieur) en est le principal bénéficiaire, malgré sa trahison.

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  • L’édit de Beaulieu également connu sous le nom de paix de Loches est signé à Beaulieu-lès-Loches par Henri III de France ; il met fin à la cinquième guerre de religion, le 6 mai 1576, en reconnaissant le culte protestant et en lui accordant de nombreuses garanties. Il est aussi appelé paix de Monsieur, car le frère du roi (appelé Monsieur) en est le principal bénéficiaire, malgré sa trahison.
  • L'editto di Beaulieu fu firmato a Beaulieu-lès-Loches da Enrico III di Francia e pose fine alla quinta guerra di religione, il 6 maggio 1576, riconoscendo i protestanti e dandogli diverse concessioni. È chiamata anche la pace di Monsieur, dal fratello del re, così soprannominato, che è il principale beneficiario, malgrado il suo tradimento.L'editto viene in seguito alla minaccia di Parigi da parte delle truppe dei principi protestanti. Condé, Navarra e Turenne (con 3000 archibugieri) erano alleati con il duca di Alençon, fratello del re, e dei principi cattolici marescialli Montmorency e Cosse Brissac-Champigny e infine al conte Jean Casimir ( con 20.000 mercenari che avevano saccheggiato la Borgogna).Il governatore della Linguadoca Montmorency-Damville, cattolico ma alleato nella sua provincia con i protestanti della sua provincia, si è teneva in riserva. Francesco Duca di Alençon è stato il capo del partito degli insoddisfatti, che era appoggiato anche dalla nobiltà delusa dalla politica del governo. Essa voleva in particolare lottare contro le influenze che gravitavano intorno al Re Enrico III. La nobiltà francese infatti non digeriva la presenza degli italiani nella corte francese della Regina Madre Caterina de Medici.Il re di Francia non aveva né truppe né denaro per pagare mercenari così invia la madre, Caterina de Medici, a negoziare la pace.Jean Casimir del Palatinato riceve il Ducato di Étampes, Chateau-Thierry, e una cospicua rendita annua.
  • Эдикт в Болье (фр. L’édit de Beaulieu) — эдикт (декрет), подписанный 6 мая 1576 года королём Франции Генрихом III, с целью прекратить религиозные войны во Франции между католиками и гугенотами. Войны продолжались в периоды 1572—1573, 1574—1576 годов. Целью гугенотов было установление равноправия религий и предоставление особых привилегий гугенотскому дворянству и городам. В итоге в 1576 году в юго-западных провинциях Франции оформилась Гугенотская конфедерация городов и дворянства, претендовавшая на суверенитет.Эдикт в Болье предоставлял гугенотам свободу вероисповедания и признавал суверенитет Гугенотской конфедерации. Значительные усилия к подписанию этого эдикта приложил брат Генриха III герцог Франсуа д’Алансон, выступивший на стороне гугенотов.Однако Генеральные штаты в Блуа отказались ратифицировать этот эдикт, следствием чего стало возобновление военных действий.
  • The Edict of Beaulieu (also known at the time as the Peace of Monsieur) was promulgated from Beaulieu-lès-Loches on 6 May 1576 by Henry III of France, who was pressured by Alençon's support of the Protestant army besieging Paris that spring. The Edict, which was negotiated by the king's brother, Monsieur— François, duc d'Alençon, who was now made duc d'Anjou— gave Huguenots the right of public worship for their religion, thenceforth officially called the religion prétendue réformée ("supposed reformed religion"), throughout France, except at Paris and at Court. In eight parlements there were also to be established chambers, called the mi-partis because they were composed of equal numbers of Catholics and Huguenots; eight places de sûreté were to be given to the Huguenots; there was to be a disclaimer of the Massacre of St. Bartholomew, and the families which had suffered from it were to be reinstated. These large concessions to the Huguenots and the approbation given to their political organization led to the formation of the Catholic League, which was organized by Catholics anxious to defend their religion. The King held a lit de justice in the Parlement of Paris on 14 May to subvent pending opposition in the strongly Catholic parlement and to ensure that the Edict was duly inscribed. In December 1576, however, the States-General of Blois declared itself against the Edict of Beaulieu. Thereupon the Protestants took up arms under the leadership of Henry of Navarre, who, escaping from the Court, had returned to the Calvinism which he had abjured at the time of the Massacre of St. Bartholomew. The advantage was on the Catholic side, thanks to some successes achieved by the duc d'Anjou. In September 1577, the Treaty of Bergerac, confirmed by the Edict of Poitiers, left the Huguenots the free exercise of their religion only in the suburbs of one town in each bailiwick (bailliage), and in those places where it had been practiced before the outbreak of hostilities and which they occupied at the current date.
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  • L’édit de Beaulieu également connu sous le nom de paix de Loches est signé à Beaulieu-lès-Loches par Henri III de France ; il met fin à la cinquième guerre de religion, le 6 mai 1576, en reconnaissant le culte protestant et en lui accordant de nombreuses garanties. Il est aussi appelé paix de Monsieur, car le frère du roi (appelé Monsieur) en est le principal bénéficiaire, malgré sa trahison.
  • Эдикт в Болье (фр. L’édit de Beaulieu) — эдикт (декрет), подписанный 6 мая 1576 года королём Франции Генрихом III, с целью прекратить религиозные войны во Франции между католиками и гугенотами. Войны продолжались в периоды 1572—1573, 1574—1576 годов. Целью гугенотов было установление равноправия религий и предоставление особых привилегий гугенотскому дворянству и городам.
  • The Edict of Beaulieu (also known at the time as the Peace of Monsieur) was promulgated from Beaulieu-lès-Loches on 6 May 1576 by Henry III of France, who was pressured by Alençon's support of the Protestant army besieging Paris that spring.
  • L'editto di Beaulieu fu firmato a Beaulieu-lès-Loches da Enrico III di Francia e pose fine alla quinta guerra di religione, il 6 maggio 1576, riconoscendo i protestanti e dandogli diverse concessioni. È chiamata anche la pace di Monsieur, dal fratello del re, così soprannominato, che è il principale beneficiario, malgrado il suo tradimento.L'editto viene in seguito alla minaccia di Parigi da parte delle truppe dei principi protestanti.
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  • Edict of Beaulieu
  • Editto di Beaulieu
  • Эдикт в Болье
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