Humbert II de la Tour-du-Pin (1312 – 22 May 1355) was the Dauphin of the Viennois from 1333 to 16 July 1349. Events 334 BC - The Greek army of Alexander the Great defeats Darius III of Persia in the Battle of the Granicus. The Counts of Albon ( Comtes d'Albon) were minor French nobles in south-eastern France in the Rhône Alps region Events 622 - The beginning of the Islamic calendar. 1054 - Three Roman legates fractured relations between the Western and He was a son of the Dauphin John II and Beatrice of Hungary. Humbert was the last dauphin before the title went to the French crown, to be bestowed on the heir apparent. List of Queens and Empresses of France Wikipedia_talkFeatured_lists#Proposed_change_to_all_featured_lists for an explanation of this and other inclusion tags below An heir apparent is an Heir who (short of a fundamental change in the situation cannot be displaced from inheriting the term is used in contrast to Heir presumptive
To contemporaries, he was incompetent and extravagant, lacking the warlike ardour of his brother and predecessor Guigues VIII. Guigues VIII de la Tour-du-Pin (1309 &ndash 28 July 1333) was the Dauphin of Vienne from 1318 to his death He passed his youth at Naples enjoying the aesthetic pleasures of the Italian quattrocento. Naples ( Napoli, Neapolitan: Nàpule) is a historic City in southern Italy, the Capital of the The cultural and artistic events of 15th century Italy are collectively referred to as the Quattrocento (from the Italian for '400 or from "millequattrocento" 1400 His subsequent court at Beauvoir-en-Royans was badly received at the time for its sumptuousness. Beauvoir-en-Royans is a town and commune in the Isère département, in France. Unlike his predecessors, Humbert did not lead the itinerant life, moving constantly from one delphinal castle to another, instead preferring to settle down in Beauvoir.
He depleted his treasury funding a vain Crusade to rescue the Holy Land, but after the deah of his only son Andrew (5 September 1333 – Grenoble, October 1335), he quickly gave up the idea and by 1337 was planning to ceded his inheritance. The Crusades were a series of military campaigns of a religious character waged by much of Christian Europe against external and internal opponents The Holy Land ( Arabic: الأرض المقدسة al-Arḍ ul-Muqaddasah;Ancient Aramaic: ארעא קדישא Ar'a Qaddisha; Hebrew: ארץ_הקודש Events 1590 - Alexander Farnese 's army forces Henry IV of France to raise the siege of Paris. Grenoble is a city and commune in south-east France situated at the foot of the Alps where the Drac joins the Isère River. In 1339, financial difficulties accumulating, he made an inventory of his possessions, with the hope of selling them to Pope Benedict XII. Pope Benedict XII (died April 25, 1342) born Jacques Fournier, was Pope from 1334 to 1342 In May 1345, Humbert had left Marseille at the head of a papal fleet. Marseille, ( English alt Marseilles mɑrˈseɪ — French: maʁsɛj locally — Provençal Occitan: Marselha maʀˈsijɔ The Crusade was led against the Turkish Emirate of Aydin, and was intended to assist the recently captured Frankish port of Smyrna, but was attacked by Genoa near Rhodes. The Most Serene Republic of Genoa (Repubblica di Genova was an independent state in Liguria on the northwestern Italian coast from the 11th century Rhodes (Ρόδος Ródos, ˈɾo̞ðo̞s Rodi ردوس Rodos; Ladino: Rodi or Rodes) is a Greek island He was asked to intervene by the Venice in the conflict ongoing between Bartolomeo Zaccaria and Guglielma Pallavicini over the marquisate of Bodonitsa. The Most Serene Republic of Venice ((Serenìsima Repùblica Vèneta or Repùblica de Venesia Serenissima Repubblica Bartolomeo or Bartolommeo Zaccaria (died 1334 was the first husband of Guglielma Pallavicini (married 1327 and thus Margrave of Bodonitsa in her right Guglielma Pallavicini (rarely Wilhelmina; died 1358 the Lady of Thermopylae, was the last Pallavicino heir to rule in Bodonitsa. The margraviate or marquisate of Bodonitsa (also Vodonitsa or Boudonitza) today Mendenitsa, Phthiotis (180 km northwest of Athens He returned before the Crusade had achieved anything notable.
The planned sale to the pope falling through, Humbert finally succeeded in completing a sale to Philip VI of France in 1349 for 400,000 écus and an annual pension. Philip VI (1293 &ndash 22 August 1350) known as the Fortunate ( French: le Fortuné) and of Valois, was the This article is about the medieval and early modern French currency not the European Currency Unit (ECU or an Electronic control unit (ECU To save appearances, however, the sale was referred to as a "transport. " In order to prevent the delphinal title from going into abeyance or being swallowed up in another sovereign title, Humbert instated the "Delphinal Statute" whereby the Dauphiné was exempted from many taxes and imposts. The Dauphiné or Dauphiné Viennois is a former province in southeastern France, roughly corresponding to the present departments ' of the This statute was the subject of much subsequent parliamentary debate at the regional level, as local leaders sought to defend this regional autonomy and privilege from the state's assaults.
After ceding his lands, Humber entered the Dominican Order and aspired to become Bishop of Paris and eventually Pope. The Order of Preachers ( Latin: Ordo Praedicatorum) after the 15th century more commonly known as the Dominican Order or Dominicans, is History See also History of the Papacy Catholics recognize the Pope as a successor to Saint Peter, who Jesus named as the "shepherd" and He adopted the saecular titles of Prince of Briançonnois, Duke of Champsor, and Margrave of Cézane. He received the ecclesiastic titles of Patriarch of Alexandria and perpetual administrator of the Archdiocese of Rheims. This is a list of The Latin Patriarchs of Alexandria established in 1215 during the pontificate of Pope Innocent III. It is with these latter titles that his death is recorded in a necrology of Vauvert: in Clermont-en-Auvergne, at forty three years of age in 1355. An obituary is an attempt to give an account of the texture and significance of the life of someone who has recently died Vauvert is a town and commune in the Gard department in southern France. Clermont-Ferrand ( Auvergnat dialect of Occitan: Clarmont-Ferrand / Clarmont d'Auvèrnhe) is a city and commune of France His wife had been Beatrice of Baux, daughter of Bertrand of Baux, and their only son was the aforementioned Andrew.