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The Sun King is awoken every morning by a large crowd in his chamber. This is the beginning of the Levee, or ceremonial rising of the king.
Following the Levee, the King went to mass in the Chapel Royal.
After Mass, the King dedicated his time for councils. Sundays and Wednesdays were for matters of State, Tuesdays and Saturdays were for finances, and Mondays, Thursdays and Fridays could be for a religious council or perhaps dealing with his building program.
Following Council, the king would have dinner in his bedchamber.
The King would then decide to go on a promenade around the grounds or perhaps to go hunting.
After he returned, Louis would either attend a social gathering or perhaps do some more work.
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