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This article is provided to you for free and open access DigitalCommons@CSB/SJU .n Retrouvez pour chaque dimanche ou solennits: "des ides pour clbrer".n In 1345 he published the Manual of Jurisprudence. Henri de Bourbon, great-grandson of Charles VIII, married Jeanne de Foix, niece of French Admiral Jeanne d'Albret. In 1349 Joan was eleven and still a child when the Jean de Bourbons went to Avignon for their coronation.
In 1353, Jean de Brienne, the famous governor of Crdoba, went to Aviz to take over the government. When he returned in January 1354, he found that the city was preparing to take Avigner, and that Pierre de Montestruc, the captain of the garrison, had been arrested. In October of the same year, a monster named Charles de Bournonville, one of the relatives of Jean de Brienne, tried to seize power in Avalia, in which, as we know, Charles de Froissart settled and began to support those who wanted to restore the abbey of Saint-Valier.
According to the parliamentarians, Bourbon went mad: "During the siege, he shouted madly that the king should be seized or killed, and in doing so began to kill." Jean de Floire, who continued to serve Bourbon, was blinded and imprisoned, where he was tortured and killed.
Having raised a rebellion against the Bourbons, the Bourbons had to leave Avalia and move to Paris. There, Jean Bourbon sued the Orders of the Hospitallers and the Knights Templar and charged that they financed and supported the Cathar heretics. This story has acquired details and is still interpreted in this direction.
The 10th-century chronicler William of Tyre reports that Jean de Anjou was acquitted in 1369 and was unable to pay the legal costs, but that the marshals of the Hospitaller order, Jean de Balianu, de Gorgian and de Saville, were acquitted and found guilty.The Templars, along with the Masters of the Hospitaller Order, were also associated with other committees that supported Jean IV, n f02ee7bd2b