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    Louis I, the Pious (778 - 840). King of the Franks from 814 to 840. Led France through three civil wars.

    Tombeau de l'empereur LOUIS LE PIEUX, état avant la Révolution (gravure sur acier originale gravée par Chaillot)- LOUIS 1° -8) TOMBEAU DE LOUIS 1°, 1: Charlemagne avait fait de l'ABBAYE ST-ARNOUL de Metz la nécropole d'une partie de sa famille: sa femme HILDEGARDE, ses soeurs, ainsi que ses fils, dont l'empereur LOuis le Pieux, y furent enterrés.

    Louis XVII was the son of King Louis XVI of France and Queen Marie Antoinette. In keeping with dynastic order, when his father was executed on 21 January 1793, during the of French Revolution, he became the uncrowned King of France and Navarre in the eyes of the royalists. As he had been imprisoned, he was never officially crowned as king, nor did he rule. His title is rather one bestowed by his royalist supporters and by Louis XVIII's adoption of the title Louis XVIII rather than Louis XVII.

    Louis, Dauphin of France, was the son of King Louis XV of France. He died at the age of 36 while his father was still alive, thus never becoming king himself. He was the father of three kings of France, Louis XVI, XVIII, and Charles X.

    Charlemagne King of France, Holy Roman Emperor + Hildegarde of Swabia

    Louis VI of France

    Louis 1 king of france | was Louis I "the Pious," son of Charlemagne and both King of France ...FL

    Louis IX of France - 25th grandfather

    Judith of Bavaria, wife of Emperor Louis the Pious ( My 36th Gr. Grandparents)

    Robert II "The Pious" King of France and his wife Constance of Arles.

    Philip II Augustus (21 August 1165 – 14 July 1223) was the last King of the Franks from 1180 to 1190, and the first King of France from 1190 until his death. A member of the House of Capet, Philip Augustus was the son of Louis VII and his third wife, Adela of Champagne. He was originally nicknamed Dieudonné—the God-given—as he was the first son of Louis VII late in his father's life.

    Louis XI, the Prudent (1423 - 1483). King of France from 1461 to 1483. He married Margaret of Scotland and had no children. He then married Charlotte of Savoy and had three children. He was very superstitious and is considered the first modern King of France.

    Pepin the Short ( ? - 768) King of the Franks from 752 to 768. First king of the Carolingian dynasty.

    Isabella of Hainault - Queen Consort of France (b.1170 - d. 1190) Married to Philippe II, "Augustus" King of the Franks. (House of Capet)

    Charles the Great, King of the Franks - Jean Louis Ernest Meissonier. Charles I, (also known as Charlemagne) was the King of the Franks from 768, the King of Italy from 774, and from 800 the first emperor in western Europe since the collapse of the Western Roman Empire three centuries earlier.

    Hôtel des Invalides - Dôme Church - Saint Louis IX - (1214-1270) - King of France from 1226 until his death

    LOUIS XIV PARENTS - The marriage of Louis XIII, King of France and Navarre, and Anne of Austria. They are 14 years old.

    Merovingian and Carolingian Kings of the Franks

    Louis XIII le Juste (1601-1643) - Louis succeeded his father Henri IV as king of France and Navarre a few months before his ninth birthday. His mother, Marie de Medicis, acted as regent during his minority. Louis XIII relied heavily on his chief minister Cardinal de Richelieu to govern the kingdom of France. On 24 November 1615, Louis XIII married Anne of Austria, daughter of Philip III of Spain.

    Françoise Athénaïs de Rochechouart de Mortemart, better known as Madame de Montespan, was the most celebrated maîtresse en titre of King Louis XIV of France, by whom she had seven children. Madame de Montespan was called by some the true Queen of France during her romantic relationship with Louis XIV due to the pervasiveness of her influence at court during that time. She is an ancestress of several royal houses in Europe, including those of Spain, Italy, Bulgaria and Portugal.

    Charles I (1226 – 1285), known also as Charles of Anjou, was the King of Sicily from 1266 -1282. Thereafter, he claimed the island, though his power was restricted to the peninsular possessions of the kingdom, with his capital at Naples (and for this he is usually titled King of Naples after 1282, as are his successors). Charles was the youngest son of Louis VIII of France and Blanche of Castile. see THE FOUR QUEENS. Ancestor