Albéric Clément

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Albéric Clément, Marshal of France by Henri Decaisne, 1844

Albéric Clément (c. 1165 – 1191) was the first Marshal of France under Philip Augustus, appointed to that position in 1185.[1] Alberic was the lord of Mez cave in the Gâtinais. He accompanied Philip on the Third Crusade but died at the Siege of Acre on 3 July 1191.

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  1. ^ Shari Beck A Portrait in Black and White: Diane de Poitiers in Her Own Words 2011- Page 89 " Philippe II Auguste created the office of Marescallus Franciae for Albéric Clément in 1190. The title was abolished by the National Convention in 1793 and restored during the First French Empire when Napoleon I became Marshal