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  • Philippe d'Alençon de Valois, dit le cardinal d'Alençon (né en 1338/1339 et mort le 16 août 1397) est un archevêque et un cardinal français du XIVe siècle de l'Église catholique romaine.
  • Philippe II of Alençon (1339–16 November 1397) was a French cardinal who was a member of the Valois Dynasty. He was the second son of Count Charles II of Alençon (grandson of King Philip the Bold and younger brother of King Philip VI of France), who was killed in the Battle of Crécy, and of Maria de La Cerda y de Lara (great-granddaughter of King Alfonso X of Castile). He was the younger brother of Count (later Archbishop) Charles III of Alençon.Born in the region of French Brie (French: Brie française), now the Department of Seine-et-Marne, Philippe entered Church service at an early age. He might have been the Archdeacon of Brie in his native Diocese of Meaux as a teenager. Philippe was named bishop of the Diocese of Beauvais, where he arrived on 24 March 1356 (aged 17) to take possession of the see, though he had not yet been consecrated, the details of which have been lost. After several years had passed without the confirmation of his appointment by the cathedral chapter, on 14 June 1360 he left to become the Archbishop of Rouen. Several years later, he entered into a dispute with King Charles V of France due to his refusal to grant a benefice to a priest whom the king had recommended.At that point Philippe moved to Rome, where Pope Gregory XI named him the Latin Patriarch of Jerusalem. In 1374 he resigned the see of Rouen, and on 27 September of that same year was appointed as Apostolic Administrator of the Diocese of Auch, in which post he served until 1379.Pope Urban VI (elected 8 April 1378) promoted Philippe to the rank of Cardinal Priest in the consistory of 18 September 1378, with the Basilica of Santa Maria in Trastevere as his titular church. The pope also appointed him Vicar General of the Papal States. Two days later, Philippe joined his fellow French cardinals in rejecting the authority of Urban and elected as pope the Antipope Clement VII—who allegedly had just authorized the massacre of 4,000 civilians in Cesena—who soon established his seat at Avignon in France. This was the beginning of the Western Schism, which was to last until 1415. For this betrayal, Pope Urban stripped him of all his offices.Phillipe switched his allegiance in 1380 and was restored to his position, at which time he was promoted to the title of Cardinal Bishop of Sabina. The following year he was appointed the Patriarch of Aquileia, a prince-bishopric which was one of the most powerful ecclesiastical positions on the Italian peninsula. This appointment caused such serious discord among the local populace that, by 1388, the pope was forced to remove him. Serving as papal legate in Germany during 1389, he was unable to participate in the conclave that year which elected Urban's successor, Pope Boniface IX, who transferred him to the title of Cardinal Bishop of Ostia in 1392.Philippe became the Dean of the College of Cardinals in February 1394. He died in Rome in 1397 with a reputation for deep piety and was buried in the tomb he had built for himself in Santa Maria in Trastevere.
  • Felipe de Valois (¿?, 1338 – Roma, 1397). Noble y religioso francés. Perteneciente a la Dinastía Valois, era el segundo hijo del conde Carlos II de Alençon (nieto de Felipe III el Atrevido, segundo hijo del conde Carlos de Valois y hermano menor de Felipe VI) y de la infanta castellana María de La Cerda (bisnieta de Alfonso X de Castilla y de León). Era el hermano menor de Carlos III de Alençon y mayor de Pedro II de Alençon.Fue obispo de Beauvais en 1356, luego cardenal, arzobispo de Ruan, patriarca latino de Jerusalen, patriarca de Aquileia, y obispo de Ostia y Sabina.Firme partidario de Urbano VI contra el antipapa Clemente VII de Aviñón, fue por él, privado de los beneficios y tuvo que trasladarse a Roma. Urbano VI lo elevó a la dignidad de Cardenal en el consistorio del 18 de septiembre de 1378.Su nombramiento como Patriarca de Aquilea (1381) causó una grave discordia con Friuli, por lo que el pontífice se vio obligado a ceder en (1388). Fue reintegrado por Bonifacio IX y nombrado obispo de Ostia: fue nuncio en Alemania del nuevo pontífice.Murió en la fama de santidad y fue sepultado en la basílica de Santa Maria en Trastevere.
  • Philippe d'Alençon de Valois (1338 - 16 de agosto de 1397) foi um cardeal francês, Deão do Sagrado Colégio dos Cardeais.
  • Philippe d'Alençon de Valois (ur. 1338 – zm. 16 sierpnia 1397) – francuski kardynał okresu wielkiej schizmy zachodniej, reprezentujący (jako jeden z niewielu ówczesnych francuskich duchownych) obediencję rzymską.
  • Philipp II. von Alençon (französisch Philippe d'Alençon; * 1338 oder 1339; † 16. August 1397 in Rom) war ein französischer Kardinal.
  • Philippe d'Alençon de Valois (1339 circa – Roma, 16 agosto 1397) è stato un cardinale e patriarca cattolico francese.Era il secondogenito del conte d'Alençon Carlo il Magnanimo (fratello del re di Francia Filippo VI di Valois) e di Maria de la Cerda, figlia di Ferdinando II de la Cerda.
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  • Philippe d'Alençon de Valois, dit le cardinal d'Alençon (né en 1338/1339 et mort le 16 août 1397) est un archevêque et un cardinal français du XIVe siècle de l'Église catholique romaine.↑ Vincent Tabbagh (préf. Hélène Millet), Fasti Ecclesiae Gallicanae 2 Diocèse de Rouen : Répertoire prosopographique des évêques, dignitaires et chanoines des diocèses de France de 1200 à 1500, Turnhout, Brepols,‎ 1998, 447 p. (ISBN 978-2-503-50638-8, LCCN 98229968), p. 107-109
  • Philippe d'Alençon de Valois (1338 - 16 de agosto de 1397) foi um cardeal francês, Deão do Sagrado Colégio dos Cardeais.
  • Philippe d'Alençon de Valois (ur. 1338 – zm. 16 sierpnia 1397) – francuski kardynał okresu wielkiej schizmy zachodniej, reprezentujący (jako jeden z niewielu ówczesnych francuskich duchownych) obediencję rzymską.
  • Philipp II. von Alençon (französisch Philippe d'Alençon; * 1338 oder 1339; † 16. August 1397 in Rom) war ein französischer Kardinal.
  • Philippe d'Alençon de Valois (1339 circa – Roma, 16 agosto 1397) è stato un cardinale e patriarca cattolico francese.Era il secondogenito del conte d'Alençon Carlo il Magnanimo (fratello del re di Francia Filippo VI di Valois) e di Maria de la Cerda, figlia di Ferdinando II de la Cerda.
  • Philippe II of Alençon (1339–16 November 1397) was a French cardinal who was a member of the Valois Dynasty. He was the second son of Count Charles II of Alençon (grandson of King Philip the Bold and younger brother of King Philip VI of France), who was killed in the Battle of Crécy, and of Maria de La Cerda y de Lara (great-granddaughter of King Alfonso X of Castile).
  • Felipe de Valois (¿?, 1338 – Roma, 1397). Noble y religioso francés. Perteneciente a la Dinastía Valois, era el segundo hijo del conde Carlos II de Alençon (nieto de Felipe III el Atrevido, segundo hijo del conde Carlos de Valois y hermano menor de Felipe VI) y de la infanta castellana María de La Cerda (bisnieta de Alfonso X de Castilla y de León).
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