Siege of Chartres French Religious Wars Sappers working to undermine a bastion forming part of the citys defences The Huguenots commanded by the Prince de Conde besieged Chartres at the end of February breaching the north wall with artillery An assault launched on March to capture the city was unsuccessful The siege was lifted on the signature of the Peace of Longjumeau on March The French Religious Wars between the Catholics and the Protestant Huguenots took place between and The conflict ended when Henry IV issued the Edict of Nantes granting Protestants and Catholics equal rights
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