Philippe de Luxembourg

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Philippe de Luxembourg (1445–1519) was a French Cardinal[1]

He was bishop of Le Mans in 1476. He was bishop of Thérouanne 1496 to 1513, and bishop of Saint-Pons in 1509, when his nephew died,[2] and until 1512, when he resigned in favour of François-Guillaume de Castelnau de Clermont-Lodève. He was abbot at the abbey of Jumièges in 1510.[3]

He was a judge at the 1498 divorce trial of King Louis XII of France and Queen Joan of France. He was papal legate to France in 1516.

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His father was Cardinal Thibaud de Luxembourg.

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