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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.
Si la tiene, en cambio, cuando insiste en que la liga antiprotestante comenzo con la planeacion del asesinato de Coligny: "Es antes y no despues del asesinato de Coligny cuando se ubica la ruptura entre una monarquia de concordia y un pueblo de fanaticos" (Bourgeron, 203).
Gaspard de Coligny was the highest-ranking Protestant in the royal court, and he had not been part of the conspiracy.
The topics include child-loss and funeral monuments in early modern England, Huguenot children and child-reading in the letters of Louise de Coligny, gender and household instruction in Shakespeare's The Tempest, codpieces and masculinity in 16th-century Europe, and allegories of childhood in Cervantes.
La cabeza de Gaspard de Coligny, el almirante de los herejes franceses, llego como regalo de Navidad para el representante de Cristo.
On the Protestant side were Henri Bourbon, King of Navarre and next in line to the throne after the male members of the royal family, Gaspar Coligny the Admiral of France, and the Prince of Conde.
In general, Carroll concludes that they did not, but he allows that Henri, duke of Guise, may or may not have had "ultimate responsibility" (212) for ordering the assassination of Protestant leader Coligny.
As members of the "precieuse elite," 17th-century poets such as Madeleine de Scudery and Henriette de Coligny de la Suze specialized in amusing courtly songs.
El tema de la ponencia de Bertrand Haan fue el juego politico de los grandes senores franceses como Anne de Montmorency y Coligny, quienes abandonaron una postura confesional marcada una vez en el poder.
El 24 de agosto de 1572, el rey--se dice que instigado por su madre, Catalina de Medicis--ordeno cerrar las puertas de la ciudad y ejecutar a un numero reducido de Lideres protestantes, incluyendo a Coligny.
Gaulish calendar engraved on bronze tablets, discovered in 1897 in Coligny, France.
2000): Il calendario di Coligny e la misura del tempo presso i celti.