Louis of France


Louis of France

Louis of France or Louis de France might refer to:

* Kings of the Franks, of West Francia and of France:
**Louis the Pious (died 840), son of Charlemagne, counted as Louis I
**Louis the Stammerer (died 879), son of Charles the Bald, counted as Louis II
**Louis III of France (died 882)
**Louis IV of France (died 954), called Louis d'Outremer
**Louis V of France (died 987), called Louis le Fainéant
**Louis VI of France (died 1137), called Louis the Fat
**Louis VII of France (died 1180), called Louis the Younger
**Louis VIII of France (died 1226), called Louis the Lion
**Louis IX of France (died 1270), called Saint Louis
**Louis X of France (died 1316), called Louis the Quarreller
**Louis XI of France (died 1483), called Louis the Prudent
**Louis XII of France (died 1515)
**Louis XIII of France (died 1643), called Louis the Just
**Louis XIV of France (died 1715), called the Sun King and Louis the Great
**Louis XV of France (died 1774), called the Louis the Beloved
**Louis XVI of France (executed 1793)
**Louis XVII of France (died 1795), died in prison, never anointed as king
**Louis XVIII of France (died 1824),
**Louis XIX of France (died 1844), Louis-Antoine, Duke of Angouleme, nominally king on 2 August 1830 for less than an hour

*People other than kings:
**Louis of France (1244-1260), oldest son of Louis IX of France
**Louis of France (1263-1276), oldest son of Philip III of France
**Louis d'Évreux (1276-1319), Count of Évreux, sixth son of Philip III of France
**Louis of France (1316-1317), only son of Philip V of France
**Louis of France (1324-1324), second son of Charles IV of France
**Louis of France (1329-1329), second son of Philip VI of France
**Louis of France (1330-1330), third son of Philip VI of France
**Louis I of Naples (1339-1384), second son of John II of France
**Louis of Valois, Duke of Orléans, second son of Charles V of France
**Louis, Dauphin of France (1397-1415), third son of Charles VI of France
**Louis of France (1458-1460), oldest son of Louis XI of France
**Louis of France (1549-1550), Duke of Orléans, second son of Henry II of France
**Louis, "le Grand Dauphin", eldest son of Louis XIV of France
**Louis François of France (1672-1672), duke of Anjou, third son of Louis XIV of France
**Louis, Dauphin of France (1682-1712), grandson of Louis XIV of France
**Louis, Duke of Brittany (1704-1705), great-grandson of Louis XIV of France
**Louis, Dauphin of France (1707-1712), great-grandson of Louis XIV of France
**Louis, Dauphin of France (1729-1765), son of Louis XV of France
**Louis of France (1751-1761), Duke of Burgundy, grandson of Louis XV of France
**Louis-Joseph, Dauphin of France (1781-1789), elder son of Louis XVI of France
**Louis Alphonse, Duke of Anjou (born 1974), called Louis de Bourbon; current pretender


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