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Louis XIV: The Sun King

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This PowerPoint presentation was designed to accompany an introductory lecture on Louis XIV for Western Civilization, World History, and AP European History students.

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  • 1. Weak Kings A French Tradition Fleur de Lis (Lily Flower) French Monarchy Symbol Image by Sodacan
  • 2. Photo by lisaclarke
  • 3. Charles VII Map Credit: Aliesin When this French flower king’s domain was overrun by the English in the fifteenth century...
  • 4. France had no shortage of them!
  • 5. Dude... Put on some pants!
  • 6. Louis XIII’s Chief Minister
  • 7. Louis XIII’s queen, Anne of Austria, gave birth to FOUR stillborn children.
  • 8. Louis XIII dedicated France to the Virgin Mary in 1638.
  • 9. Louis-Dieudonné the God-given This miracle baby would bring the French monarchy to unprecedented glory.
  • 10. Anne of Austria doted over her son much more than was normal for aristocratic women of the time.
  • 11. R.I.P.
  • 12. Louis’ father died when he was four.
  • 13. Louis’ Mother Queen Regent
  • 14. Chief Minister of France 1642-1661
  • 15. French for “sling” French nobles and Parisian townspeople rebelled against Cardinal Mazarin. Photo by whiteafrican
  • 16. Some rights reserved by waitscm
  • 17. L’etat c’est moi.
  • 18. I am the State.
  • 19. Un roi. Une loi. Une foi.
  • 20. ONE King
  • 21. Louis put the nobles in their place.
  • 22. French nobles were expected to attend to Louis regularly at his new palace at Versailles… Photo Credit: G CHP
  • 23. WHO DAT? …or fall out of favor.
  • 24. SWORD Nobles Old Nobility Some rights reserved by Vasnic64
  • 25. ROBE Nobles New Nobility Some rights reserved by byronv2
  • 26. Some rights reserved by lars hammar
  • 27. Independent Revenue Some rights reserved by stevendepolo
  • 28. UNNECESSARY Louis never had to convene the Estates General, the kind’s advisory representative body.
  • 29. Some rights reserved by Ben Husmann
  • 30. The Estates General would not convene again until 1789.
  • 31. ONE Law
  • 32. The Code Louis Louis attempted to standardize the laws in France, which were based on regional customs.
  • 33. ONE Faith
  • 34. 1598 Toleration for Huguenots in some French towns
  • 35. Edict of Fontainebleau (1685)
  • 36. Edict of Fontainebleau (1685) “We have determined that we can do nothing better, in order wholly to obliterate the memory of the troubles, the confusion, and the evils which the progress of this false religion has caused in this kingdom… than entirely to revoke the said Edict of Nantes…” Read More
  • 37. Huguenot Church Charleston, SC Photo by Aya37
  • 38. The Pope has no power over political matters. Some rights reserved by Rene Bastiaanssen
  • 39. Louis was a devout CATHOLIC
  • 40. But above all, he was KING Some rights reserved by jbelluch
  • 41. “I am leaving you, but the state remains forever.” -- Last Words of Louis XIV Photo by Grangeburn