Mornay Philippe de
Mornay, Philippe de Known as Du·ples·sis-Mor·nay (do͞o-plĕ-sē′ môr-nā′, dü-) Known as "Pope of the Huguenots." 1549-1623.
French Huguenot leader who wrote many religious works and advised Henry IV until the king renounced Protestantism (1593).
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