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In 1302 Philip IV the Fair called the first national assemblies to include
representatives of towns and villages. He also asserted taxing authority over the
church and disputed with Pope Boniface VIII. Through Philip's influence Clement
Granvelle was a native of the Spanish-controlled Franche-Comté, and in 1560
Philip II appointed him chief counsellor to Margaret of Austria, regent in the
Netherlands. His monarchism led him to clash with the Dutch leaders, Prince
William the ...
When the forces of the French kin Philip IV the Fair overran Flanders in 1305,
Guy was taken prisoner; he died in captivity shortly before the French recognized
the independence of Flanders. 'alliance with Edward 1 against Philip 1V 9:16b ...
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