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  1. › wiki › Louis_XIVLouis XIV - Wikipedia

    Louis César, Count of Vexin: 20 June 1672: 10 January 1683 (aged 10) Legitimised on 20 December 1673. Louise Françoise de Bourbon: 1 June 1673: 16 June 1743 (aged 70) Legitimised on 20 December 1673. Married Louis III, Prince of Condé. Had issue. Louise Marie Anne de Bourbon: 12 November 1674: 15 September 1681 (aged 6) Legitimised in ...

  2. Louis XIV của Pháp (Louis Dieudonné; 5 tháng 9 năm 1638 – 1 tháng 9 năm 1715), còn được gọi là Louis Đại đế (Louis the Great, Louis le Grand) hay Vua Mặt Trời (The Sun King, le Roi Soleil), là một quân chủ thuộc Nhà Bourbon, đã cai trị với danh hiệu Vua của Pháp và Navarre từ ngày 14 tháng 5 năm 1643 cho đến khi ông qua đời vào năm ...

  3. François de Vendôme, duc de Beaufort (16 January 1616 – 25 June 1669) was the son of César, Duke of Vendôme, and Françoise de Lorraine.He was a prominent figure in the Fronde, and later went on to fight in the Mediterranean.

  4. › wiki › Louis_XVILouis XVI - Wikipedia

    Louis XVI has been the subject of novels as well, including two of the alternate histories anthologized in If It Had Happened Otherwise (1931): "If Drouet's Cart Had Stuck" by Hilaire Belloc and "If Louis XVI Had Had an Atom of Firmness" by André Maurois, which tell very different stories but both imagine Louis surviving and still reigning in the early 19th century.

  5. Louis César, Count of Vexin 1672–1683: 20 June 1673 Bussy-Saint-Georges son of Louis XIV of France and Françoise-Athénaïs, marquise de Montespan:

  6. Infanta Pilar of Spain, Duchess of Badajoz and Viscountess of La Torre (Spanish: María del Pilar Alfonsa Juana Victoria Luisa Ignacia y Todos los Santos de Borbón y Borbón; 30 July 1936 – 8 January 2020), sometimes known more simply as Pilar de Borbón, was the elder daughter of Infante Juan, Count of Barcelona and Princess María Mercedes of the Two Sicilies, and older sister of King ...

  7. Louis XIV died at Versailles on 1 September 1715, and was succeeded by his five-year-old great-grandson, Louis XV. On 2 September, the Duke of Orléans went to meet the parlementaires in the Grand-Chambre du Parlement in Paris in order to have Louis XIV's will annulled and his previous right to the regency restored.