- n. son of Louis VII whose reign as king of France saw wars with the English that regained control of Normandy and Anjou and most of Poitou (1165-1223)
“Especially important, as historical sources, are the works of the monk Rigord on Philip Augustus and that of Guillaume de Nangis on St. Louis.”
“+ Philip Augustus accordingly selected John of Brienne (1210-1225), who hesitated for a long time before accepting and did not arrive in Palestine until 1210, having first obtained from the pope a considerable loan of money.”
“As completing the work of organization the diploma of Philip Augustus and the statutes of Robert de Courçon are worthy of note.”
“The election was repeated in presence of a representative of the pope and of Philip Augustus of France at the Diet of Frankfort, 2”
“The pope now began to treat with King Philip Augustus of France and with the”
“The same legate was instructed by the pope to threaten Philip Augustus with interdict over the whole of France if within a month he would not be reconciled with his lawful wife, Ingeburga of Denmark, whom he had rejected and in whose stead he had taken Agnes, daughter of the Duke of Meran.”
“Blois were burned on the charge of having used Christian blood in their Passover, and it allowed Philip Augustus in the year of his accession (1180) to decree the confiscation of all the unmovable goods of his Jewish subjects and their banishment from his domains.”
“Philip Augustus of France had eight Catharists burnt at Troyes in”
“When Innocent ascended the papal throne a cruel war was being waged between Philip Augustus of France and Richard of England.”
“William of the White Hands (1176-1202), uncle to Philip Augustus and cousin of Henry II of England, was made a cardinal in 1179, and was legate in France and Germany under Innocent III.”
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