Charles IV


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Charles IV

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1. (Biography) known as Charles the Fair. 1294–1328, king of France (1322–28): brother of Isabella of France, with whom he intrigued against her husband, Edward II of England
2. (Biography) 1316–78, king of Bohemia (1346–78) and Holy Roman Emperor (1355–78)
3. (Biography) 1748–1819, king of Spain (1788–1808), whose reign saw the domination of Spain by Napoleonic France: abdicated
4. (Biography) title as king of Hungary of Charles I. See Charles I5
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In late July 1352, roughly five years after the collapse of his initial contested tribunate in Rome, Cola di Rienzo was sent as a prisoner by Charles IV of Bohemia to the Papal court in Avignon.
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He makes the issuing of the Bull the culmination of the deteriorating position of the Emperor Charles IV, who concocted the scheme as a ploy to disguise his actual weakness.
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