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  1. Madame Montaspan con cuatro de sus hijos La favorita oficial se rodeó de lujos, creando alrededor de ella una corte brillante en la que dominaba el espíritu de Mortemart. Comprometida en el Asunto de los venenos ( Affaire des Poisons ), fue luego abandonada por el rey y sustituida por Madame de Maintenon , la dama que Françoise-Athénaïs había escogido como institutriz de sus hijos.

  2. 31/12/2014 · Entre los implicados destacaba Madame de Montespan (1640-1707), la amante del rey Luis XIV, quien fue acusada de usar sortilegios para ganarse el favor del Monarca, de participar en misas negras y ...

  3. They had seven children together, entrusting their education to the widow of poet Paul Scarron, the future Madame de Maintenon. Six of these children were legitimated by the King from 1673 onwards. The Marquise de Montespan soon came to play a prominent role in life at the palace.

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    Madame de Montespan Character Information IRL: History's Madame de Montespan Starring → Anna Brewster Season(s): 1, 2, 3 Episode Count: 22 First Episode: Welcome To Versailles Last Episode: Trust Issues Names Birth Name: Françoise de Rochechouart de Mortemart Full Name: Françoise Athénaïs de Rochechouart de Mortemart, Marquise of Montespan Title(s): - Marquise de Montespan - Madame de Montespan - Mistress of the King Nickname(s): Athénaïs, King‘s favourite mistress Biographical...

    Madame de Montespan/Gallery Kingdom of France Affair of the Poisons Mistress

    At age 12, she was raped by the Duke of Cassel.

    • The Origin Story of The Marquise de Montespan
    • Becoming The “True Queen of France” at Versailles
    • Allegations of Bloodlust, Infanticide, and Conspiracy to Kill The King
    • Dying in Piety

    The Marquise de Montespan was destined for greatness. She was born as the result of a convergence between two of the oldest noble families in France, the Mortemarts and the Marsillacs. She was beautiful and had a devilish sense of humor. Indeed, it was said that she’d inherited her family’s famously charming Mortemart wit. She had “the gift of saying things both amusing and singular, always original, and which no one expected, not even she herself expected them,” said the Duc de Saint Simon according to The Life of Louis XIV’s Mistress Athénaïs: The True Queen of Franceby Lisa Hilton. But perhaps most important to her character, the marquise also possessed the self-confidence to recognize that she was special. She wrote in her memoir: The marquise married another, albeit absentee, nobleman in the French court named Louis Henri de Pardaillan de Gondrin, the Marquis of Montespan. They had two children together and the marquis became loudly jealous of his wife’s growing relationship wi...

    During this time in France, it was an accepted practice for kings to effectively have two wives: one for politics (the queen) and one as a social companion (the maîtresse-en-titre ). This practice had existed for some time and was all but an official court position. When the king fell for Madame de Montespan, the marquis responded with ire. He openly challenged the king and held a symbolic funeral for his wife in front of his children. He was briefly imprisoned for his behavior and exiled to his home. Meanwhile, King Louis XIV established apartments for Madame de Montespan that were joined with his own. There were private entrances installed for easy rendez-vous. The seven children the king and the marquise had together were spirited away and raised by Françoise Scarron, Marquise de Maintenon, and the widow of a famous poet, who would become the future rival to the Marquise de Montespan. The king would come to formally recognize at least three of the seven children he had with Madam...

    Madame Catherine Monvoisin, also called Lavoisin, was a Paris potion maker. Some would call her a witch or more specifically, “the Witch of Paris.” For a fee, she’d covertly concoct love potions and poisons as a means of garnering clout in court. She profited from unrequited or spurned love and once even remarked: “What a boon it is to our profession when lovers resort to desperate measures.” She also acted as a midwife, provided secret medical procedures, and performed abortions. Meanwhile, members of King Louis XIV’s court were inexplicably dying and when disinterred, were found with blackened intestines as if they’d been poisoned. Versailles was in an uproar and the king was forced to launch an investigation. From 1677 to 1682, 319 subpoenas were issued, 194 individuals arrested, and 36 executed. The affair proved more deadly than Salem. In 1679, the Witch of Paris was brought before the investigative tribunal. When the king’s authorities searched her home, they allegedly found i...

    Could the enchantress truly have done these things? Perhaps, but historians find it unlikely. Hilton pointed out that Monvoisin painted the picture of a tall, dark lady, where the marquise was petite and blonde. The Marquise de Montespan retired from Versailles and, ironically enough, joined a convent. The former Marquise de Montespan lost her position as the king’s favorite mistress to her former governess who later married the king in a politically unofficial marriage. Madame de Montespan died at 66 in 1707 after living her final days in penance. The name Françoise-Athénaïs de Rochechouart, the Marquise de Montespan, was blackened by her association with witchcraft, but she once reigned in the heaven on earth of the French court as the Queen of Versailles. For more tales from 17th and 18th-century Europe, check out some masterpieces from the decadent rococo art movement. Then, explore the scandalous life of Queen Anneand her love affair that inspired ‘The Favourite.’

  4. The first of Madame de Montespan's seven children with the king was born in 1669. The newborn child, a girl, is thought to have been named Louise-Françoise. The upbringing of this first child (and subsequent children) was entrusted to one of Madame de Montespan's friends, Madame Scarron (the future marquise de Maintenon).

    • 5 October 1640, Lussac-les-Châteaux, France
    • 27 May 1707 (aged 66), Bourbon-l'Archambault, France
  5. 25/04/2012 · El triunfo de la belleza, Madame de Montespan (1640-1707) Wikimedia Commons. Luis XIV, el Rey Sol, tuvo un número considerable de amantes y concubinas. Una tras otra iban desfilando por los aposentos reales de Versalles. Algunas no tuvieron ni la suerte de darle hijos ni de conservar su nombre para la posteridad.

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