When the Kingdom of Navarre was united with France by the marriage of Philip IV of France with Joan I Queen Regnant of Navarre and Countess of Champagne on 16 August 1284, it kept the long existing Chancery of Navarre (French: Chancellerie de Navarre). The Kings of Navarre had private Chancellors dating back to ancient kings. Theobald II of Navarre had a Vice-Chancellor, according to letters dated 1259.

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  • Nafarroako Errege Kantzilertza Nafarroako Erresumako erakunde bat izan zen, hasieran erregeen eskribau eta notario eta, denboraren poderioz, Erresumako epaitegi gorena bilakatu zena. (eu)
  • La chancellerie de Navarre est la cour suprême de justice du royaume de Navarre. Elle est restaurée en 1524 par Henri II de Navarre à Saint-Palais. Ses audiences siégent dans l'église Saint-Paul. Son union au conseil souverain de Béarn forme le parlement de Navarre siégeant à Pau. Suite à son déménagement à Pau, dans l'enceinte du Parlement de Navarre elle est remplacée par la sénéchaussée de Navarre. Les fondements de la constitution navarraise exigent que la justice soit rendue dans le royaume et interdisent aux habitants tout recours hors celui-ci. (fr)
  • When the Kingdom of Navarre was united with France by the marriage of Philip IV of France with Joan I Queen Regnant of Navarre and Countess of Champagne on 16 August 1284, it kept the long existing Chancery of Navarre (French: Chancellerie de Navarre). The Kings of Navarre had private Chancellors dating back to ancient kings. Theobald II of Navarre had a Vice-Chancellor, according to letters dated 1259. In 1512, Ferdinand the Catholic, King of Aragon and son of John II of Aragon and Navarre, invaded the Kingdom of Navarre, beginning the Spanish conquest of Iberian Navarre, during the reign of Jean III d'Albret and Catherine de Foix-Béarn, and quickly conquered all of Upper Navarre and part of Lower Navarre. Jean III d'Albret tried to retake his kingdom, first in 1512, but failed despite French support, then again in 1516. Depressed by the defeats and adverse diplomatic results, he died at the castle of Esgouarrabaque in Monein, in Béarn, on 14 June 1516. His son, Henry II, attempted to reconquer the kingdom, again with French help, but this time supported by a popular revolt, however, despite some initial success, he was defeated at the Battle of Noáin on 30 June 1521 and lost all he had reconquered. Henry II moved his capital to Saint-Palais. In 1524, Charles Quint invaded Guyenne and Lower Navarre. Henry II was taken prisoner during the Battle of Pavia, in French-controlled Lombardy, on 24 February 1525, and married Marguerite, the sister of François I of France, the following year. A new attempt by Charles Quint to reconquer Lower Navarre in 1527 was only partially successful, after which he abandoned the idea of reconquering the country. The deconsecrated St. Paul's Church housed the Chancery of Navarre for the century of its existence Saint-Palais, from 1524–1624. The 1522–23 meetings of the Estates of Navarre were also held in the building. (en)
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  • Nafarroako Errege Kantzilertza Nafarroako Erresumako erakunde bat izan zen, hasieran erregeen eskribau eta notario eta, denboraren poderioz, Erresumako epaitegi gorena bilakatu zena. (eu)
  • La chancellerie de Navarre est la cour suprême de justice du royaume de Navarre. Elle est restaurée en 1524 par Henri II de Navarre à Saint-Palais. Ses audiences siégent dans l'église Saint-Paul. Son union au conseil souverain de Béarn forme le parlement de Navarre siégeant à Pau. Suite à son déménagement à Pau, dans l'enceinte du Parlement de Navarre elle est remplacée par la sénéchaussée de Navarre. Les fondements de la constitution navarraise exigent que la justice soit rendue dans le royaume et interdisent aux habitants tout recours hors celui-ci. (fr)
  • When the Kingdom of Navarre was united with France by the marriage of Philip IV of France with Joan I Queen Regnant of Navarre and Countess of Champagne on 16 August 1284, it kept the long existing Chancery of Navarre (French: Chancellerie de Navarre). The Kings of Navarre had private Chancellors dating back to ancient kings. Theobald II of Navarre had a Vice-Chancellor, according to letters dated 1259. (en)
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  • Chancery of Navarre (en)
  • Nafarroako Errege Kantzilertza (eu)
  • Chancellerie de Navarre (fr)
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