The Library of Congress > LCCN Permalink

View this record in:  MARCXML | LC Authorities & Vocabularies | VIAF (Virtual International Authority File)External Link

Lorraine, Nicolas-François, duc de, 1609-1670

LC control no.no2018158368
Descriptive conventionsrda
Personal name headingLorraine, Nicolas-François, duc de, 1609-1670
    Browse this term in  LC Authorities  or the  LC Catalog
Variant(s)Nicolas-François, duc de Lorraine et de Bar, 1609-1670
Nicholas Francis, Duke of Lorraine and Bar, 1609-1670
Nicholas II, duc de Lorraine, 1609-1670
Nicholas, Bishop of Toul, 1609-1670
Nikolaus, Bishop of Toul, 1609-1670
Lorraine-Vaudémont, Nicolas François de, 1609-1670
Lorena, Francisco, duque de, 1609-1670
Associated countryFrance Germany
LocatedToul (France) Nancy (France) Lorraine (France)
Birth date1609-12-06
Death date1670-01-25
Place of deathNancy (France)
AffiliationCatholic Church Université de Pont-à-Mousson
Profession or occupationNobility Bishops Cardinals
Found inVarios. 16, between approximately 1550 and 1634, The Bancroft Library, University of California Berkeley (Duque Francisco de Loreno)
Bibliothèque national de France, online authority file, viewed Nov. 6, 2018 (Nicolas-François (duc de Lorraine et de Bar ; 1609-1670); France; born 1609, died 1670; Marquis de Hattonchâtel, bishop of Toul (1625-1634), cardinal (1627-1634); brother of Charles IV, Duke of Lorraine (1604-1675), Nicolas-François succeded him, as duke of Lorraine and Bar between 1634 and 1644; father of Charles V, Duke de Lorraine (1643-1690). Alternate form of name: Lorraine, Nicolas-François, 1609-1670)
VIAF, viewed Nov. 6, 2018 (Nikolaus 1609-1670 Toul, Bischof; Nicolas François de Lorraine; Nikolaus Toul, Bischof 1609-1670; Nicolas-François duc de Lorraine et de Bar 1609-1670; Nicolas-François, 1609-1670, duc de Lorraine et de Bar; Nicolas François, duc de Lorraine, 1609-1670)
Wikipedia, viewed Nov. 6, 2018 (Nicholas Francis, Duke of Lorraine; in French: Nicolas François de Lorraine; born December 6, 1609; died January 25, 1670; also known as Nicholas II; briefly Duke of Lorraine and Duke of Bar for a few months in 1634; youngest son of Francis II of Lorraine. Coadjutor bishop of Toul; studied at the Universite de Pont-à-Mousson in Nancy between 1622 and 1629; abbot in commendam of several abbeys; was created a cardinal in 1626; became the duke of Lorraine and Bar on his brother's resignation in 1634; resigned as a cardinal and married his cousin Claude Françoise de Lorraine. When France invaded the duchy in 1634, he fled and abdicated soon thereafter)
Cardinals of the Holy Roman Church website, viewed Nov. 6, 2018 (Lorraine-Vaudémont, Nicolas François de (1609-1670); born in France Dec. 6, 1609; died in Nancy, Jan. 27, 1670; studied at the University of Pont-à-Mousson, 1622-1629, obtaining doctorates in philosophy and in theology; coadjutor bishop of Toul in 1619; created cardinal in pectore on Jan. 19, 1626; never received the red hat and the deaconry; resigned the cardinalate and married his cousin Claude Françoise de Lorraine in 1634; declared in nullo e sacris ordinis constitutum on March 8, 1634, depriving him of the cardinalate and the diocese of Toul)