Louis VII

Louis VII may refer to:

  • Louis VII of France "the Younger" (1120–1180)
  • Louis VII, Duke of Bavaria "the Bearded" (1365–1447)
  • Louis VII, Landgrave of Hesse-Darmstadt (1658 – 1678)
  • Louis VII of Gramont, duc de Gramont (1689-1745)

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Pinnacle of The Angevin Empire (1160–1199)
... Louis VII was known by his contemporaries for his piety and love of peace ... Stephen of Paris wrote of King Louis VII He was so pious, so just, so catholic and benign, that if you were to see his simplicity of behaviour and dress, you ... Map, a contemporary English satirical chronicler, had been kind toward Louis VII and praised him marking a contrast with the harsh critiques he did toward other kings ...
Louis VII, Landgrave Of Hesse-Darmstadt - Ancestors
... Ancestors of Louis VII, Landgrave of Hesse-Darmstadt 16 ... Louis V, Landgrave of Hesse-Darmstadt 17 ... Louis VI, Landgrave of Hesse-Darmstadt 20 ...
Adèle Of Champagne
1140 – 4 June 1206), also known as Adelaide and Alix, was the third wife of Louis VII of France (they married in November 1160, only five weeks after his previous ... Henry and Theobald were married to daughters of Louis VII and his first wife, Duchess Eleanor of Aquitaine ... She had two children with Louis VII of France Dieudonné, the future Philip Augustus (born 21 August 1165), Louis VII's only male heir Agnes of France (1171 ...
De Instructione Principis - Contents
... Avalon King Edward the Confessor the virtues of King Louis VII of France The monarch's moderation The monarch's gentleness The monarch's shyness The monarch's ...
Richard Coeur De Lion - Early Life and Accession in Aquitaine - Revolt Against Henry II
... Young King abandoned his father and left for the French court seeking the protection of Louis VII he was soon followed by his younger brothers, Richard and Geoffrey, while the 5-year-old John ... Louis gave his support to the three sons and even knighted Richard, tying them together through vassalage ... that they would not make terms with Henry II without the consent of Louis VII and the French barons ...

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