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Diet of Besançon         
  • Frederick stops Duke Otto from striking Cardinal Roland. A romantic painting by [[Hermann Plüddemann]] (1859).
The Diet of Besançon was a Hoftag (diet) of the Holy Roman Empire held in the city of Besançon by the Emperor Frederick Barbarossa in October 1157.
Free Imperial City of Besançon         
FORMER ADMINISTRATIVE TERRITORIAL ENTITY
Archbishopric of Besançon; Imperial city of Besançon; Imperial City of Besançon; Free imperial city of Besançon; Hugh I of Besançon; Imperial Free City of Besançon; Bishopric of Besançon; Free Imperial City of Besancon
The Free Imperial City of Besançon was a self-governing city that was part of the Holy Roman Empire.
Claudius of Besançon         
FRENCH ABBOT AND BISHOP
Claudius of Besancon; Claude of Besançon; Claude the Thaumaturge; Saint Claudius of Besançon; Saint Claudius of Besancon; Claude of Besancon; Claudius of Condat
Saint Claudius of Besançon (), sometimes called Claude the ThaumaturgeSaint-Claude (Municipality, Jura, France) (ca. 607 – June 6, 696 or 699 AD), was a priest, monk, abbot, and bishop.