Guillaume de Chanac

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Not to be confused with Guillaume de Chanac, Bishop of Paris.

Guillaume de Chanac[1] (died 1383) was a French Benedictine who became a Cardinal.[2]

He was abbot at Beze, and then was abbot at Saint-Florent from 1354 to 1368.[3] He was Bishop of Chartres and then Bishop of Mende, for brief periods up to 1371.

He supported the Collège de Chanac Pompadour in Paris,[4] named after his great-uncle of the same name.

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  1. ^ Guglielmo de Chanac.
  2. ^ From 1371 [1]; bishop of Frascati in 1383.
  3. ^ [2], [3].
  4. ^ Famille Chanac

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