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  1. Charles de Valois was carefully educated and was inducted into the Knights of Malta. In 1588, he attained one of the highest dignities of the order, being made Grand Prior of France . [5] Shortly after he came into possession of large estates left by his paternal grandmother Catherine de' Medici , from one of which he took his title of count of Auvergne .

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    Charles, by now aged 66, succeeded him to the throne as King Charles X. On 29 May 1825, King Charles was anointed at the cathedral of Reims, the traditional site of consecration of French kings; it had been unused since 1775, as Louis XVIII had forgone the ceremony to avoid controversy and because his health was too precarious.

  3. John of Berry was also a notable patron who commissioned among other works the most famous Book of Hours, the Très Riches Heures. "Like other works produced on the duke’s auspices, this model of elegance reflected many of the artistic tendencies of the time in its fusion of Flemish realism, of the refined Parisian style, and of Italian panel-painting techniques."

  4. Biography. Louis Joseph Xavier François de France was born at the Palace of Versailles on 22 October 1781. He was named after his maternal uncle, Joseph II.The new-born was the long-awaited Dauphin, his father's heir to the throne of France, as the Salic Law, which excluded women from acceding the throne, applied to his elder sister, Marie Thérèse Charlotte, Madame Royale.

  5. Louis de Bourbon, 2nd Duke of Vendôme (1612–1669) married Laura Mancini and had issue; François de Bourbon, 2nd Duke of Beaufort (1616–1669) never married, had issue; Élisabeth de Bourbon, Mademoiselle de Vendôme (Paris, August 1614 – Paris, 19 May 1664), married in Paris on 11 July 1643 Charles Amédée of Savoy, Duke of Nemours.

  6. Francis was the only son of Charles of Orléans, Count of Angoulême, and Louise of Savoy, and a great-great-grandson of King Charles V of France. His family was not expected to inherit the throne, as his third cousin King Charles VIII was still young at the time of his birth, as was his father's cousin the Duke of Orléans , later King Louis XII.

  7. François devenu comte d'Angoulême à la mort de son père (en 1496), Louis XII le fait duc de Valois en 1499. Il est, en vertu de la loi salique , l' héritier présomptif de la couronne, en qualité d'aîné de la maison de Valois dans l'ordre de primogéniture (aucun des fils que Louis XII aura avec son épouse Anne de Bretagne n'a survécu plus de quelques jours).