14591528, Jan 28
a prominent nobleman and general in the circle of counselors around Maximilian of Habsburg. In 1477 Philip of Cleves was appointed by Maria of Burgundy and her husband Maximilian of Habsburg as military commander-in-chief of French Flanders. In 1498 when he entered the service of the French King Louis XII and left for Italy. After being a viceroy in Genoa for several years, he returned to Enghien , retired to his castle, which he had decorated.
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10/12/1492-Flemish rebel leader Philip of Cleves surrenders 
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