Philippe de Luxembourg

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Philippe de Luxembourg (1445 – 2 June 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.


His father was Cardinal Thibaud de Luxembourg.


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