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Gaspard de Coligny 1519-1572
[Mentioned in Miscellaneous Writings, p. 281]
Coligny's life was intertwined with the history of his times, first as a military man and later as head of the Protestant movement in France.
He grew to manhood in the latter part of Francis I's reign when this patron of the arts changed his attitude from one of encouraging a spirit of inquiry to one of blotting out what he called heresy. Henry II continued his father's persecutions.
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