Philip the Chancellor
He was born on January 01, 1165 (died on December 23, 1236, he was 71 years old) in Paris.
Philip the Chancellor was a French theologian and Latin lyric poet. He was the illegitimate son of Philippe Archdeacon of Paris and was part of a family of powerful clerics. He was born and studied theology in Paris. He was chancellor of Notre Dame de Paris starting in 1217 until his death and was also Archdeacon of Noyon. Philip is portrayed as an enemy to the Mendicant orders becoming prevalent at the time but this has been greatly exaggerated.
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Is Philip the Chancellor still alive?
No, he died on 12/23/1236, 784 years ago. He was 71 years old when he died. He died in Paris
When is Philip the Chancellor's next birthday?
Philip the Chancellor was born on the , which was a Friday
When his last album Variations amoureuses released, he was 855 years old. This album 'Variations amoureuses' contains 26 tracks
His first album Machaut: Messe Notre Dame released 60 years ago, he was 796 years old. There were 12 songs in this album.
Other facts about Philip the Chancellor
|Date of death||1236-12-23T00:00:00Z , instance of: statement with Gregorian date earlier than 1584|
|Employer||University Of Paris (1896-1968)|
|Place of birth||Paris|
|Name in native language||Philippe Le Chancelier|
|Languages spoken, written or signed||Latin|
|Place of death||Paris|
|Country of citizenship||France|
|Sex or gender||Male|