Treaty of Paris

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Treaty of Paris can refer to one of many treaties signed in Paris, France:


Middle Ages[edit]

  • Treaty of Paris (1229), which ended the Albigensian Crusade
  • Treaty of Paris (1259), between Henry III of England and Louis IX of France
  • Treaty of Paris (1303), between King Philip IV of France and King Edward I of England
  • Treaty of Paris (1320), peace between King Philip V of France and Robert III, Count of Flanders
  • Treaty of Paris (1323), in which Count Louis of Flanders relinquished Flemish claims over Zeeland
  • Treaty of Paris (1355), a land exchange between France and Savoy*
  • Treaty of Paris (1358), briefly ended Hundred Years' War between the House of Plantagenet (England) and the House of Valois (France)
  • Treaty of Paris (1375), ended War of the Two Peters, an extension of the Hundred Years' War in Spain, between Aragon and Castile

Early modern period[edit]


Since 1900s[edit]

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