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BJ Kings France

1638-1715 often cited as the best historical example of an absolute monarchy. Known as the "Sun King," his 72-year-reign is the second longest in recorded history. Louis XIV
1601-1643 turned France into the pre-eminent European power during his reign. Achieved via French victories in the Thirty Years' War. The Three Musketeers is set in the early years of his reign. Louis XIII
1494-1547 early military victories (like the Battle of Marignano), rivalry with Charles V of the Holy Roman Empire spelled his doom Francis I
1553-1610 Founder of the house of Bourbon. Fighting Catholic opposition in the War of the Three Henries Henry IV
1165-1223 the first of the great Capetian kings of France. the first of the great Capetian kings of France. Philip II
Created by: dpfoley15