In his last year, a scandal broke within the royal family, known as the Tour de Nesle affair, in which three of Philip`s daughters-in-law were accused of adultery. His three sons were successively kings of France: Louis X, Philip V and Charles IV. Their death without self-surviving sons would jeopardize the future of the French royal family, which until then seemed certain, causing a crisis of succession that would eventually lead to the Hundred Years` War (1337-1453). Philip also had considerable diplomatic capabilities. In 1659 he was important in negotiations with the Dutch over their colonies over Delaware. He knew how to make himself pleasant in difficult circumstances, as shown by Augustine Herman`s report on dinner at his home. The most notable conflicts of Philip`s rule, Herman, said Herman, the most notable conflicts in Philip`s reign, were a quarrel with the English over the fiefdoms of King Edward I in southwestern France and a war with the Flemish who rebelled against the royal authority of France and had humiliated Philip in 1302 in the Battle of the Golden Spurs. The war with the Flemish led to Philip`s ultimate victory, which allowed him to obtain a significant share of the Flemish cities, added to the countries of the Crown, with a colossal sum of money. In 1306, Philip expelled the Jews from France, and in 1307 he extuted the Order of the Knights Templar. He was indebted to both groups and considered them a “state within the state.” To further strengthen the monarchy, Philip attempted to take control of the French clergy, provoking a violent conflict with Pope Boniface VIII.
This conflict led, in 1309, to the transfer of the papal court to the enclave of Avignon. After Mary`s triumphant entry into London after the Duke of Northumberland`s failed attempt to place Lady Jane Grey on the throne, there were those in the government who wanted the question of succession to be settled once and for all. Henry VIII`s will had made it clear that Elizabeth would be the legitimate successor if Mary died without heirs. For Chancellor Stephen Gardner, it was not something he was looking forward to, because Elizabeth was a Protestant. Mary shared her fears and shortly after her coronation, Mary began to make plans for a marriage that would ensure the continuation of Catholicism in England and Wales. The Athenians had not been able to conquer Amphipolis, which commanded the gold mines of Pangaion Mountain. Philip agreed with Athens to rent the city after their conquest, in exchange for Pydna (lost by Macedonia in 363). After the conquest of Amphipolis, Philip kept both cities (357). When Athens had declared war on him, he allied himself with the Chalkian League of Olynthus. Later he conquered Potidaea, this time he kept his word and gave it to the League in 356. [Citation required] Armed with this knowledge, he walks through the door that is now electrically sealed and finds himself in a corridor that seems newer than anything he has seen before, which leads to Greenland`s Shelter Research Station – The Shelter. Once inside, Philip noticed what appears to be a man at the end of the room.
Philip approaches the character, but the room lights go out one after the other until the entire hallway is down. A nearby door opens before Philip is suddenly beaten and carried away by an unknown assailant. After dinner [we] talked about his maps or maps of the country…. He wanted to prove to them the extent of Lord Baltamore`s limitations, but we, on the contrary, showed and affirmed that if Chesapeak Bay ran, so twisted to the northeast, they would come as far in our line…. But these courses and courses, which were increasingly high, were omitted; he said that he had invited us to the country as a welcome, and from there we talked about other topics and we parted ways with testimonies of friendship.