Coligny


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Coligny

, Coligni
Gaspard de , Seigneur de Châtillon. 1519--72, French Huguenot leader
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In the long monologue that follows, Catherine rejoices that fortune has delivered up "our long desired prey" (1402): the wounded Coligny, Elenri de Navarre, and other Protestant leaders.
The main building of 76 rooms will be renamed the Coligny Beach Resort (CBR).
Gaspard de Coligny was the highest-ranking Protestant in the royal court, and he had not been part of the conspiracy.
Batholomew's Day massacre that began in Paris on August 24, 1572, with the murder of a prominent Huguenot, Admiral Gaspard de Coligny.
Kull olla ta oppinud sojakunsti Rootsis, kull teeninud Prantsusmaal hugenottide sodades admiral Coligny kae all, kull Saksa-Rooma keisri vaes Ungaris turklaste vastu ja kull Madalmaade vabadussojas hispaanlaste vastu.
The good burghers of Montargis (located just south of Paris) set aside a room in the town hall to memorialize local greats, and the pantheon they assembled is revelatory, running from the admiral turned Protestant martyr Coligny through the revolutionary orator Mirabeau to the Romantic painter Girodet.
It need hardly be said that she never intended the killings to spiral out of control as they did: all she, and her favorite son, the Duc d'Anjou, had in mind was the judicious assassination of certain key Protestants, including their leader, the Admiral de Coligny.
Kiosque Rouxel, 1-3 Rue Du Depart; Kiosque Bros, 8 Rue de l'Amiral Coligny
The French Huguenot lord of the Admiralty, Gaspard de Coligny, envisioned such Calvinist havens in Brazil and Florida and outfitted the French expeditions there in the 1550's and 1560's with that exact aim in mind.
Coligny, who was a prime target of the instigators of the massacre.
Most flight schools can't afford them," said Mike Coligny, chief executive officer of Flyit Simulators, in San Diego.
To obtain these funds, the Societe Coligny, whose mission was to direct the French Waldensian emigrants towards the French colonies, had bought lands from those who were leaving France and had lent to each of them the remaining sum to reach the required 5000 F by the government.