List of french monarchs the kings of england and great britain from 1422 to 1801 also claimed the title of king of france louis-philippe, the citizen king. King louis philippe i, the last member of the house of bourbon to reign over france and the last french ruler to ever hold the title of king lived a quiet life in exile in england until his death on august 26, 1850. King louis xvi had a troubled reign as france's absolute monarch from 1774 to 1789 were too badly decomposed for analysis from a head believed to belong to king henry iv, louis xvi's.
His desire to restore france to a pre-1789 world led to the revolution of 1830 and the ascent of louis philippe louis philippe he ( thecitizen king) was the french king that preceded charles x, during his rein (july days) he passed liberal reforms that only benefited the upper middle class, not the lower classes, which sparked another. Louis condé is a cousin of some degree to king francis he had deep feelings for queen mary, but always kept them hidden however, she became emotionally dependent on him after her sexual assault and they soon became lovers. Louis xiv, known as the sun king (in french le roi soleil) or as louis the great (in french louis le grand, or simply le grand monarque, the great monarch), ruled france for seventy-two years—the longest reign of any french or other major european monarch.
Louis-philippe, king of the french, was the eldest son of louis philip joseph, duke of orleans (known during the revolution as philippe egalité) and of louise marie adelaide de bourbon, daughter of the duc de penthièvre, and was born at the palais royal in paris on the 6th of october 1773 on his. Reign louis succeeded his grandfather as king at the age of nineteen along with the crown, louis inherited a country in the midst of economic crisis. The sun king absolutely louis xiv was also called acquisitions during the reign of louis xiv: of louis xiv was philippe i de france,. History 540: france, 1600-1815 prof jeremy popkin the reign of louis xiv (1643-1715): an overview born in 1638, louis xiv succeeded his father, louis xiii, as king at the age of five.
The kings henry iii, henry iv, louis xiii, louis xiv and the dukes jean-louis and bernard, les ducs d'épernon king henry iii 1551-1589 a catholic henry iii, king of france from 1574 to 1589, was the last of the valois kings. A history of the reign of king louis-philippe of france pages 3 words 2,325 view full essay more essays like this: france, king louis philippe, life history. Follow king louis xiv's reign during france's classical age, including his revocation of the edict of nantes and aggressive foreign policy, on biographycom. King of france and navarre reign: philippe charles of france wikimedia commons has media related to louis xiv of france.
The palace of versailles, the seat of french royalty, is about 10 miles (16 km) southwest of paris several decades later, when king louis philippe (reign 1830-1848) was turning versailles. Louis philippe (1773-1850) was king of the french from 1830 to 1848 although his authoritarian regime was overthrown by the february revolution, his reign was marked by domestic prosperity, stability, and intellectual fecundity born in paris on oct 6, 1773, louis philippe was the eldest son of. It was a liberal constitutional monarchy, and philippe carefully proclaimed himself king of the french rather than king of france(reflecting the populist origins of his reign. The reign of louis xiv 1638 - 1715 the history of versailles is inextricably linked with the figure of louis xiv throne of louis-philippe as king of the. Censorship laws during louis-philippe's reign (1830-1848) grew increasingly oppressive for political caricaturists, as many were arrested, put on trial, fined, and jailed while in court on november 14, 1831 philipon argued that cartoons published in la caricature should not be interpreted as harmful to the king because any object can be.
Louis philippe (1773-1850) was king of the french from 1830 to 1848 although his authoritarian regime was overthrown by the february revolution, his reign was marked by domestic prosperity, stability, and intellectual fecundity. From 21 january 1793 to 8 june 1795, louis xvi's son louis-charles was the titular king of france as louis xvii in reality, however, he was imprisoned in the temple throughout this duration, and power was held by the leaders of the republic. Charles x the french king charles x (1757-1836) ruled from 1824 to 1830 the younger brother of louis xvi and louis xviii, he was the last bourbon king of france charles philippe, count of artois, was born at versailles on oct 9, 1757. King louis xiv, also known as the sun king, established a more centralized government, refined the absolute monarchy that defined the french method of governance, created a court at versailles and led france through four long wars king louis xiv assumed the throne as king of france at the age of 4.
Louis xvi (french pronunciation: 23 august 1754 - 21 january 1793), born louis-auguste, was the last king of france before the fall of the monarchy during the french revolution he was referred to as citizen louis capet during the four months before he was guillotined. The rejectable daniel covers an analysis of the reign and downfall of king louis xvi of france an analysis of the phony families in the catcher in the rye a novel by j d salinger himself, his rock straightens niches an analysis of the activity of enzymes under different conditions in reverse. Louis xiv shocked the country of france by becoming his own chief minister this had several implications first, the reign of the cardinal ministers, in which a religious minister had the ear of the king, was effectively over.