Philip of Kleve

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Philipp von Kleve ( January 1, 1467 - March 5, 1505 ) was a son of John I , Duke of Kleve, and Elisabeth of Burgundy .

Philip was first abbot of St. Wandrille, then abbot of St. Martin in Nevers and from 1500 to 1502 Bishop of Nevers through the patronage of his brother Duke Johann II von Kleve . He was then from 1502 to 1503 Bishop of Amiens and finally from May 9, 1503 until his death, Bishop of Autun .


  • Yearbook of the Institute for German History. Volume 1, Institute for German History, 1972, pp. 23–24.

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predecessor Office successor
Pierre VI. de Fontenai Bishop of Nevers
Antoine de Fleurs
Pierre Versé Bishop of Amiens
François II de Hallvyn
Louis d'Amboise Bishop of Autun
Jacques II. Hurault de Cheverny