- n. the first Lancastrian king of England from 1399 to 1413; deposed Richard II and suppressed rebellions (1367-1413)
- n. king of France from 1589 to 1610; although he was leader of the Huguenot armies, when he succeeded the Catholic Henry III and founded the Bourbon dynasty in 1589 he established religious freedom in France
- n. King of the Germans and Holy Roman Emperor (1050-1106)
“In 1244 the vogt Henry IV entered a German monastery.”
“The unsavory characterization of the alche - mist in medieval literature knows no better example than Chaucer's “Canon's Yeoman's Tale” (ca. 1390) while on an official level there were the decrees and statutes of Pope John XXII (1317) and Henry IV of”
“The fortunate result of this friendship was the development of the missions, which began to flourish through the assistance of Henry IV and Louis XIII and through the zeal of the French missionaries.”
“The terminus technicus for the great struggle between the popes and the German kings Henry IV and Henry V, during the period 1075-1122.”
“The authenticity of the sacred ampulla began to be questioned when Henry IV could not be crowned at”
“When Louis XIV revoked the Edict of Nantes, by which Henry IV had granted freedom of public worship to the Protestants, missionaries were chosen from among the greatest orators of the day, e.g. Bourdaloue, Fléchier, and others, and were sent to those parts of”
“Some historians thought it was identical with "Carmen de Bello Saxonico", written by an unknown author shortly after the victory of Henry IV over the Saxons (1075), but of late this opinion has lost ground.”
“But after he had married his daughter to the Duc de Montpensier, recalling the counsel given him in July, 1595, by his dying mother, and sensitive to the words of Henry IV who had called him an "unfrocked Capuchin",”
“When she had subsequently become the wife of the Duc de Deux-Ponts, Henry IV was so enamoured of her as to make dishonourable proposals, to which she replied by the memorable answer:”
“On the accession of Henry IV he became confessor and chaplain to the king, with whom he lived in great intimacy, and on 19 Nov., 1404, he was appointed Bishop Of Lincoln by papal provision, being consecrated on”
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