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  1. Pierre de la Broce or de la Brosse (died 30 June 1278) was a royal favorite and councilor during the early reign of Philip III of France. De la Broce was from a family of petty nobility in Touraine, and was the royal physician (by 1255) and chamberlain (by 1266) for Louis IX.

  2. Jul 1, 2001 · This article attempts to reconstruct the career of the royal chamberlain Pierre de la Broce and aristocratic perceptions of his power in the court of King Philip III. Numerous sources permit an exploration of Pierre's relations with the nobility as well as the causes of his fall from power.

  3. In time, however, Pierre de la Broce would be derided as ‘‘a poor man who had advanced to glory in King Philip of France’s court’’ (‘‘ex paupere ad tantam gloriam provectus est in curia Philippi, regis Franciae’’).9 In truth, Pierre was a scion of a petty noble family (his father was a knight) from Touraine in western France ...

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  4. Feb 24, 2023 · Pierre de la Broce was a royal favorite and councilor during the early reign of Philip III of France, and his story has captured the imaginations of many throughout history, including the great Italian poet Dante Alighieri.

  5. Pierre de la Broce or de la Brosse was a royal favorite and councilor during the early reign of Philip III of France. Career De la Broce was from a family of petty nobility in Touraine, and was a minor household official for Louis IX.

  6. Pierre de la Broce (d. June 30, 1278) was a royal favorite and councilor during the early part of the reign of Philip III of France. De la Broce was from a family of petty nobility in Touraine, and was a minor household official for Louis IX. After Louis' death in 1270, de la Broce quickly became a favorite of the new king.

  7. The Grand Chamberlain of France (French: Grand Chambellan de France) was one of the Great Officers of the Crown of France, a member of the Maison du Roi ("King's Household"), and one of the Great Offices of the Maison du Roi during the Ancien Régime.

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