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  • Hugh Capet (Capetians)
  • Phillip Augustus
  • King Louis IX
  • Founded by Hugh Capet in 987, the Capetian dynasty was the ruling house of France during during the feudal period of the Middle Ages. The dynasty, of whom was Charles IV, who died in 1328.
  • Saint Louis
  • The first emperor of Rome was Augustus. During his long reign, which began in 27 BC during the Golden Age of Latin literature, the roman world also entered a splendid era of cilvil peace and prosperity.
  • Philip IV
  • The first of many French kings to bear the name Louis was actually Clovis. He ruled from 481 to 511 and founded the kingdom of the franks. Later the "C" was dropped and the "V" was written as "U", thus making the name louis. It is the same as the english Lewis and the German Ludwig.
  • Estates General
  • Louis IX (25 April 1214 – 25 August 1270), commonly known as Saint Louis, was King of France and a canonized saint. Louis was crowned in Reims at the age of 12, following the death of his father Louis VIII the Lion, although his mother, Blanche of Castile, ruled the kingdom until he reached maturity.
  • The king of France from 1285 to 1314 was Philip IV. His reign was notable chiefly for his prolonged power struggle with the roman papacy. A physically striking man-tall, fine-featured, and blond-he was called Philip the fair.
  • When Phillip IV of France needed help in his struggle with the pope in 1302, he called together representative of the nobles, of the clergy, and of the townspeople of France-the three estates, or classes-in order to gain their aid. Although there had been meeting of similar groups in the frist meeting of the Estate-General of France.
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