Events from the year 1567 in France.
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History of France • Timeline • Years
- January 20 – Battle of Rio de Janeiro: Portuguese forces under the command of Estácio de Sá definitively drive the French out of Rio de Janeiro, ending the occupation of France Antarctique.
- September 28 – Surprise of Meaux: Louis, Prince of Condé, and Gaspard de Coligny fail in an attempt to capture Charles IX and his mother at Meaux.
- September 29 (Michaelmas)
- November 10 – Battle of Saint-Denis: Anne de Montmorency, with 16,000 Royalists, falls on Condé's 3,500 Huguenots. The Huguenots surprisingly hold on for some hours before being driven off. Montmorency is mortally wounded.
- The Ancient Diocese of Boulogne is created.
- April 26 – Nicolas Formé, composer (d. 1638)
- August 21 – Francis de Sales, Catholic Bishop of Geneva, born in the Duchy of Savoy (d. 1622)
- September 24 – Martin Fréminet, painter and engraver (d. 1619)
- November 21 – Anne de Xainctonge, religious (d. 1621)
- Pierre Biard, settler and Jesuit missionary (d. 1622)
- Jacques Clément, assassin of Henry III (k. 1589)
- Nicolas Cordier, sculptor, painter and printmaker (d. 1612 in Rome)
- "Charles IX, King of France". www.britishmuseum.org. Retrieved 5 June 2022.