Councils of Lyon

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Lyons, councils of

Lyon, Councils of

Lyons, Second Council of

First Council of Lyons

Second Council of Lyons

Lyons, Second Council of (1274)

Lyons, First Council of (1245)

Lyons, First Council of (1245)

Lyons, Second Council of (1274)

Lyons, Second Council of (1274)

Lyons, First Council of (1245)

The Council of Lyons to the Eve of Ferrara-Florence


Michael Palaeologus’ Renewed Quest for Unity: Pope Gregory X: Council of Lyon: Bekkos

LYONS, Abraham Montagu (1894 - 1961), QC 1933; Recorder of Great Grimsby since 1936; Leader of the Midland Circuit; Member, General Council of the Bar

LEE, Robert Warden (1868 - 1958), Rhodes Prof. of Roman-Dutch Law, and Fellow All Souls College, Oxford, 1921–56; Reader to the Council of Legal Education; Président de l’Académie Internationale de Droit Comparé; docteur de l’Université de Lyon (honoris causa); Hon. LLD, Witwatersrand and Ceylon

GASK, George Ernest (1875 - 1951), JP; Officer of the Legion of Honour, 1937; Emeritus Prof. of Surgery in the University of London; Consulting Surgeon St Bartholomew’s Hospital; ex-Chairman Medical Advisory Cttee Oxford Regional Hospital Board; late Regional Adviser in Surgery EMS; late Member of Medical Research Council; late Vice-President Royal College of Surgeons, England; late Member of Governing Body of British Postgraduate School; late President of Medical Society of London; Hon. Fellow of American College of Surgeons; Corresponding Member of Academy of Medicine of Rome; Hon. member Académie de Chirurgie de France; Membre d’Honneur Société Chirurgicale de Lyons; Late Surgeon and Director of Surgical Unit to St Bartholomew’s Hospital; Late Examiner in Surgery to Universities of London, Oxford, Cambridge, Bristol


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Ecumenical councils, convoked in 1245 by Pope Innocent IV and in 1274 by Gregory X. Their main decisions concerned crusade, especially the taxation of the clergy to help the Latin ...

Subjects: Medieval and Renaissance History (500 to 1500).

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