Charles III, Count of Alençon
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On 13 July 1365, Charles was made Archbishop of Lyon. As archbishop, he firmly resisted royal encroachment on his rights as Primate of France. By 1366, he was patronizing a circle of scholars including, Nicholas de Mesereyo.
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