Death of Saint Louis IX of France



25 August 1270

Saint Louis, roi de France et un page - Saint Louis, king of France, and a pageboy. Canvas, 120 x 96,5 cm R.F. 1507

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    King Louis IX of France embarking for the last crusade in 1270. From the History of Saint Louis. Illuminated manuscript; 1280.

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    Siege of Jerusalem. Codex Justinianus; Institutes, descriptio terrae sanctae. Italien

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    Les Grandes Chroniques de France,middle 15th.French, parchment,46,5 x 32,5 cm 441 pages. Good King Louis IX (the Saint)during the 7th crusade: his ships on the Nile;battle against the Sarazens; burial of masons killed by the Sarazens. Fol.338

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    Saint Louis IX instructing his son Philippe,later Philippe III Le Hardi (1245-1285). From the Receuil de Traite de Devotion.French, around 1371-1378, Ms 137/1687, fol.119 verso.

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    Castle of Angers, built 1228-1238 by King Louis IX, the Saint. A fine example of feudal architecture in slate with white ornaments, it has 17 round towers and is surrounded by moats.

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    The crusader's return (end of 12th) From the Abbey of Belval, perhaps in commemoration of the return of Hugh I of Vaudemont (died in 1154)

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    Louis IX, The Saint (1214-1270) with St. John Baptist. In the background, behind the King, the Louvre palace of the 13th century. King Louis died during a crusade. Oil on wood, 145,8 x 226,5 cm Detail of an altar for the Parliament of Paris.

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    The walls of Aigues-Mortes. In the 13th century, the French Kings did not own a town on the Mediterranean coast. To set sail for his Crusade, King Louis IX the Saint had Aigues-Mortes built as a fortified town surrounded by moats.

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    The walls of Aigues-Mortes. In the 13th century, the French Kings did not own a town on the Mediterranean coast. To set sail for his Crusade, King Louis IX the Saint had Aigues-Mortes built as a fortified town, surrounded by moats.

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    Saint Louis s'embarque pour la croisade - Saint Louis enters a ship to go on a cruisade.

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    Saint Louis, roi de France et un page - Saint Louis, king of France, and a pageboy. Canvas, 120 x 96,5 cm R.F. 1507

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    Saint Louis IX, King of France, prays for the end of the plague. In 1270, during his crusade against the Saracens, the king himself succumbed to the plague. 1632, Canvas, 140 x 180 cm Inv. 2171

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    The Battle of Taillebourg between Louis IX,King of France, and Henry III,King of England;July 21,1242. Canvas, 489 x 554 cm. Painted 1837

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