List the famous contemporaries of Philip IV the Fair.

Pope Boniface VIII and Clement V; Master of the Knights Templar Jacques de Molay; in France: the ministers Guillaume Nogaret and Angerand Marigny, the king’s brother – Charles Valois, the king’s sons – Louis X, Philip V and Charles IV; in England: Edward I, Edward II (son-in-law of Philip IV); in Scotland – King Robert the Bruce; in Russia: princes Daniel of Moscow and Mikhail of Tverskoy; in the Horde – Khan Uzbek; in Florence – the poet Dante Alighieri, in the Sorbonne – the scientist Raimund Llull.

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