Bernard Jarre

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Bernard Jarre (or Garves) (died 1328) was a French Cardinal in the period of the Avignon papacy.

Coat of arms of Bernard de Garves

He was born at Sainte-Livrade in the diocese of Agen and was a relative of Pope Clement V. From 1307 he is attested as archdeacon of Coutances. On December 19, 1310 Clement V appointed him cardinal-deacon of S. Agata; he was one of at least seven relatives of this pope promoted by him to the cardinalate. He participated in the papal conclave, 1314-1316. New Pope John XXII promoted him to the rank of cardinal-priest of S. Clemente on December 18, 1316. He died at Avignon.

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