Council of Lyon
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The Council of Lyon refers to either the 13th or 14th ecumenical councils of the Roman Catholic Church, both held in Lyon, France during the 13th century:
- First Council of Lyon (1245; Pope Innocent IV; regarding the Crusades)
- Second Council of Lyon (1274; Pope Gregory X; regarding union with the Eastern Orthodox and other matters)
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