Philippe de Croÿ, 3e duc d'Aerschot (né le 10 juillet 1526 à Valenciennes, † le 11 décembre 1595 à Venise).Il fut gouverneur général des Flandres sous le règne de Philippe II.

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  • Philippe de Croÿ, 3e duc d'Aerschot (né le 10 juillet 1526 à Valenciennes, † le 11 décembre 1595 à Venise).Il fut gouverneur général des Flandres sous le règne de Philippe II.
  • Filips III van Croÿ (Valencijn, 10 juli 1526 - Venetië, 11 december 1595) was hertog van Aarschot, prins van Chimay, markies van Renty, graaf van Beaumont en heer van tal van andere heerlijkheden. Hij was tevens de Staatse stadhouder van Vlaanderen tijdens het bewind van koning Filips II. In de geschiedschrijving wordt hij kortweg Aarschot genoemd.
  • Philippe III. de Croÿ (* 10. Juli 1526 in Valenciennes; † 11. Dezember 1595 Venedig) war seit 1551 3. Herzog von Aarschot, 4. Reichsfürst von Chimay und 4. Graf von Beaumont und seit 1567 2. Fürst von Porcéan sowie später Gouverneur von Luxemburg und Ligny. Er war ein Führer des römisch-katholischen Adels in den Spanischen Niederlanden.
  • Filipe III de Croÿ (Valenciennes, 10 de julho de 1526 – Veneza, 11 de dezembro de 1595) foi governador-geral de Flandres, e herdou as propriedades da antiga e rica família de Croÿ. Tornou-se soldado, recebeu de Filipe II, rei da Espanha, o título de Cavaleiro da Ordem do Tosão de Ouro, e foi mais tarde empregado em tarefas diplomáticas.
  • Philipe de Croÿ (Valenciennes, 10 luglio 1526 – Venezia, 11 dicembre 1595) fu il terzo duca di Aarschot, principe di Chimay e conte di Porcean..Fu il governatore generale delle Fiandre, e ereditò i possedimenti della famiglia Croÿ. Diventando un miliatre, fu creato cavaliere dell'Ordine del Toson d'oro da Filippo II, re di Spagna, e fu successivamente impiegato in affari diplomatici
  • Philipe de Croÿ, third Duke of Aarschot, Prince of Chimay, Count of Porcean (Valenciennes, July 10, 1526 – Venice, December 11, 1595), was stadtholder of Flanders, and inherited the estates of the ancient and wealthy family of Croÿ. Becoming a soldier, he was made a Knight of the Order of the Golden Fleece by Philip II, king of Spain, and was afterwards employed in diplomatic work.He was the second son of Philippe II de Croÿ (1496–1549) and Anna de Croÿ (1501–1539).After the death of his elder brother Charles II de Croÿ in 1551, he became 3rd Duke of Aarschot, 4th Prince of Chimay and 4th Count of Beaumont.He took part in the troubles in the Netherlands, and in 1563 refused to join William the Silent and others in their efforts to remove Cardinal Granvelle from his post. This attitude, together with Aarschot's devotion to the Roman Catholic Church, which he expressed by showing his delight at the Massacre of St. Bartholomew, led Philip of Spain to regard him with still greater favor, which, however, was withdrawn in consequence of Aarschot's ambiguous conduct when welcoming the new governor, John of Austria (Don Juan de Austria), to the Netherlands in 1576.In spite, however, of his being generally distrusted by the inhabitants of the Netherlands, he was appointed governor of the citadel of Antwerp when the Spanish troops withdrew in 1577. After a period of vacillation he deserted Don John towards the end of that year.Jealous of the Prince of Orange, he was then the head of the party which induced the Archduke Matthias (afterwards emperor) to undertake the sovereignty of the Netherlands, and soon afterwards was appointed Stadtholder of Flanders by the state council. A strong party, including the burghers of Ghent, distrusted the new stadtholder and Aarschot, who was taken prisoner during a riot at Ghent, was only released on promising to resign his office.He then sought to regain the favor of Philip of Spain, and having been pardoned by the king in 1580 again shared in the government of the Netherlands; but he refused to serve under the count of Fuentes when he became governor-general in 1594, and retired to Venice, where he died in of December 1595.
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  • Philippe de Croÿ, 3e duc d'Aerschot (né le 10 juillet 1526 à Valenciennes, † le 11 décembre 1595 à Venise).Il fut gouverneur général des Flandres sous le règne de Philippe II.
  • Filips III van Croÿ (Valencijn, 10 juli 1526 - Venetië, 11 december 1595) was hertog van Aarschot, prins van Chimay, markies van Renty, graaf van Beaumont en heer van tal van andere heerlijkheden. Hij was tevens de Staatse stadhouder van Vlaanderen tijdens het bewind van koning Filips II. In de geschiedschrijving wordt hij kortweg Aarschot genoemd.
  • Philippe III. de Croÿ (* 10. Juli 1526 in Valenciennes; † 11. Dezember 1595 Venedig) war seit 1551 3. Herzog von Aarschot, 4. Reichsfürst von Chimay und 4. Graf von Beaumont und seit 1567 2. Fürst von Porcéan sowie später Gouverneur von Luxemburg und Ligny. Er war ein Führer des römisch-katholischen Adels in den Spanischen Niederlanden.
  • Filipe III de Croÿ (Valenciennes, 10 de julho de 1526 – Veneza, 11 de dezembro de 1595) foi governador-geral de Flandres, e herdou as propriedades da antiga e rica família de Croÿ. Tornou-se soldado, recebeu de Filipe II, rei da Espanha, o título de Cavaleiro da Ordem do Tosão de Ouro, e foi mais tarde empregado em tarefas diplomáticas.
  • Philipe de Croÿ (Valenciennes, 10 luglio 1526 – Venezia, 11 dicembre 1595) fu il terzo duca di Aarschot, principe di Chimay e conte di Porcean..Fu il governatore generale delle Fiandre, e ereditò i possedimenti della famiglia Croÿ. Diventando un miliatre, fu creato cavaliere dell'Ordine del Toson d'oro da Filippo II, re di Spagna, e fu successivamente impiegato in affari diplomatici
  • Philipe de Croÿ, third Duke of Aarschot, Prince of Chimay, Count of Porcean (Valenciennes, July 10, 1526 – Venice, December 11, 1595), was stadtholder of Flanders, and inherited the estates of the ancient and wealthy family of Croÿ.
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