Category:14th-century peers of France

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Peers of France who held their titles between 1301 and 1400. Besides the six ecclesiastical peers—the Duke-Archbishop of Reims, the Duke-Bishop of Laon, the Duke-Bishop of Langres, the Count-Bishop of Beauvais, the Count-Bishop of Châlons and the Count-Bishop of Noyon—the majority of the peerage of France at this time belonged to the Capetian dynasty, with the exception of the Dukes of Guyenne, of the House of Plantagenet, and the Counts of Flanders, of the House of Dampierre.


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