House of Amboise
The house of Amboise was one of the oldest families of the French nobility whose followed filiation dated back to the early twelfth century. It took its name from the town of Amboise in Touraine.The h...
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François d'Amboise
François d'Amboise (Paris, 1550 – 1619) was a French jurist and writer. He was counseller to the Parlement of Brittany and advocate general to the Grand Conseil.
François d'Amboise was the ...
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Charles I d'Amboise
Charles I d'Amboise (1430 - 22 February 1481) was a French politician and military figure, a member of the House of Amboise.He was lord of Chaumont-sur-Loire, Sagonne, Meillant, Charenton-du-Cher. Lou...
Louis de Bussy d'Amboise
Louis de Clermont, seigneur de Bussy d'Amboise (1549–1579) was a gentleman at the court of French king Henri III, a swordsman, dandy, and a lover of both sexes. He was one of the favourites, or "migno...
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Charlotte d'Amboise
Charlotte d'Amboise (born May 11, 1964) is an American actress and dancer. She has played starring roles in musical theatre, and has been nominated for two Tony Awards and won the Los Angeles Ovation ...
Pierre d'Amboise
Pierre d'Amboise (1408 – 28 June 1473) was a French nobleman of the House of Amboise. He was a son of Hugh VIII of Amboise, who was killed at the battle of Agincourt, and of Jeanne de Guénand.
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Jacques d'Amboise (bishop)
Jacques d'Amboise (between 1440 and 1450 – 27 December 1516) was a French religious dignitary and patron of medieval France. He was abbot of Jumièges then of Cluny, and bishop of Clermont. He was a me...
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Jacques d'Amboise (doctor)
Jacques d'Amboise (1559–1606) was a French doctor and surgeon.
He was the son of Jean d'Amboise, ordinary surgeon to the king and was himself surgeon to Henry III, and got himself noticed when he...
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Jacques de Clermont-d'Amboise
Jacques de Clermont d'Amboise (c.1525 – 1587) was the third son of Louis de Clermont, Lord of Gallerande, butler of the king, and Renée d'Amboise.
Georges d'Amboise, Cardinal of Rou...
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Tribute (ballet)
Tribute is a ballet made by Christopher d'Amboise to music by Johann Sebastian Bach. The première took place Saturday, June 4, 2005, at the School of American Ballet workshop performance, Juilliard Th...
Carolyn George
Carolyn George (September 6, 1927 – February 10, 2009) was an American ballerina, photographer, and dance instructor.
Born in Dallas, Texas, Ms. George was descended from some of the first s...
Charles d'Amboise
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Georges d'Amboise
Georges d'Amboise (1460 – May 25, 1510) was a French Roman Catholic cardinal and minister of state. He belonged to the house of Amboise, a noble family possessed of considerable influence: of his nin...
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Triptych (ballet)
Triptych (Strings Percussion Celesta) is a ballet made by Christopher d'Amboise to Bartók's Music for Strings, Percussion and Celesta, as part of New York City Ballet's Diamond Project. The premiere t...
Italian Wars
The Italian Wars, often referred to as the Great Italian Wars or the Great Wars of Italy and sometimes as the Habsburg–Valois Wars or the Renaissance Wars, were a series of conflicts from 1494 to 1559...
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Christopher d'Amboise
Christopher d'Amboise (born 1960) is a danseur, choreographer, writer, and theatre director. Born and raised in New York City, the son of dancers Jacques d'Amboise and Carolyn George, d'Amboise became...