Jacques de Germigny

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Jacques de Germigny was French Ambassador to the Ottoman Empire from 1579 to 1585.[1] He succeeded to Gilles de Noailles as ambassador. He was sent to the Ottoman Empire by Henry III of France. He was succeeded by Jacques Savary de Lancosme.[2]

During his tenure, the Ottoman ambassador Ali Aga, went to France to visit Henry III of France and bring him the renewal of the Franco-Ottoman Capitulations.[3]

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Diplomatic posts
Preceded by
Gilles de Noailles
French Ambassador to the Ottoman Empire
Succeeded by
Jacques Savary de Lancosme