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SIR JOHN FROISSART Chronicles of England, France, Spain and the adjoining countries from the latter part of the reign of Edward II to the coronation of Henry IV. Vol.3

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SIR JOHN FROISSART
Chronicles of England, France, Spain and the adjoining countries from the latter part of the reign of Edward II to the coronation of Henry IV. Vol.3
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feras a holy and learned man, of good morals, and Who had laboured hard for the church in Lombardy and other places. The two cardinals fent to inform him of his elevation, and to defire he would come to Avignon ; which he did as foon as poffible, and received this gift with joy. He was called Urban V. andreigrifed with great profperity : he augmented much the power of the church, and did great good to Rome and other parts. Soon after this election, the king of France heard that the lord Peter de Lufignan, king of Cy-prus and Jerufalem, was on his road to Avignon, having croffed the fea : upon which he refolved to '.wait for him, as he was anxious to fee one of whom fo many handfome things had been related, for having made war upon the Saracens. Lately, the new king of Cyprus had taken the ftrong city of Satàlie * from the enemies of God, and had flain, without de Marfeille, was elected pope, 28th September 1562, at the age of 53 years ; he died 19th December 1370, • - • City of Satàlie,—is the Attalea of the ancients, fkuated in Pamphilia, a province which at this day makes part of Caramania. Antalia, or Satàlie,—at the bottom of the gulph of Sac talk. D'Anviile's Map, Geogrâphî Moderne. Peter de Lufignan had fucceeded his father Hugh. He did not arrive at Avignon until the 39th March 1362, the Wednéfday of the holy week. Valdemar, king of Denmark, was there at the fame time, who came to place his perfon and kingdom under the pro-tection of the holy fee.— ViUaret Htft. de France. Peter I. fucceeded his father Hugh, as king of Cyprus, in 13-61* January 98


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