Nicolas de Thou, né à Paris en 1528, mort à Villebon-sur-Yvette le 5 novembre 1598 fut un membre éminent du clergé français, évêque de Chartres de 1573 à 1598. Il célébra en 1594 le sacre du roi Henri IV en la cathédrale Notre-Dame de Chartres.

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  • Nicolas de Thou, né à Paris en 1528, mort à Villebon-sur-Yvette le 5 novembre 1598 fut un membre éminent du clergé français, évêque de Chartres de 1573 à 1598. Il célébra en 1594 le sacre du roi Henri IV en la cathédrale Notre-Dame de Chartres.
  • Nicolas de Thou (1528 – November 5, 1598) was an eminent French cleric, Bishop of Chartres, and in politics a figure instrumental in the coronation of Henry IV of France, the first monarch of the Bourbon dynasty in France.De Thou was born in Paris, a son of Augustin de Thou (d. 1544), Président of the Parlement de Paris, brother to Christophe de Thou (1508–82), who became Premier Président of the Parlement de Paris, and later uncle to noted historian Jacques-Auguste de Thou.De Thou became a canon of the Cathedral of Paris in 1547, and Bishop of Chartres by a bull of April 8, 1573. As Bishop, he played a prominent role in the War of the Three Henrys (1584-1598), in which power was transferred from Henry III of France to Henry of Navarre, who then became Henry IV.His antipathy for the Catholic League, shared by his brother, President Christophe de Thou, made his position difficult when the people of Chartres, who were devoted to the League, shut their gates to the troops of King Henry III on January 17, 1589, subsequently welcomed Charles of Lorraine, Duke of Mayenne, and recognized the aged Cardinal de Bourbon as king.Nicholas de Thou temporized, and on April 20, 1591, received in his place Henry of Navarre, the future Henry IV. On September 21, 1591, he attended the assembly of bishops which declared "null, unjust and suggested by the malice of the enemies of France" Pope Gregory XIV's Bull of Excommunication against Henry of Navarre, and on July 25, 1593, he assisted at Henry IV's abjuration in St.-Denis.As Reims was still in the power of the Duke of Mayenne, Chartres was chosen for the coronation. To end the dispute with Renaud de Beaune, Archbishop of Bourges, who had just been appointed Archbishop of Sens and who claimed the honour of anointing the king, de Thou by a skillful move had himself appointed by Nicolas de Pellevé, the Archbishop of Reims as his representative and was thus commissioned to proceed with the coronation. Instead of the Sainte Ampoule there was brought from Tours a miraculous oil preserved in Marmoutier Abbey. The anointing took place February 27, 1594, and the next day Nicolas de Thou bestowed on the king the Collar of the Order of the Holy Ghost.De Thou died at Villebon-sur-Yvette on November 5, 1598. He left various pastoral writings and a book entitled "Cérémonies observées au sacre et couronnement d'Henri IV, roi de France".
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  • Nicolas de Thou (1528 – November 5, 1598) was an eminent French cleric, Bishop of Chartres, and in politics a figure instrumental in the coronation of Henry IV of France, the first monarch of the Bourbon dynasty in France.De Thou was born in Paris, a son of Augustin de Thou (d.
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