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  • n. King of France who began his reign with most of northern France under English control; after the intervention of Jeanne d'Arc the French were able to defeat the English and end the Hundred Years' War (1403-1461)


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  • His exquisite "Sainte Marguerite Guarding the Sheep" in front of a turreted castle circa 1455, was cut out from a Book of Hours painted for Étienne Chevalier, Charles VII's treasurer.

    Past the Crowds, the Louvre's Little Gem of a Show

  • He moved in royal circles, painted a portrait of Charles VII now in the Louvre, and later worked for Louis XI.

    Past the Crowds, the Louvre's Little Gem of a Show

  • Charles VII of France becomes king in succession to his father Charles VI of France

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  • His talents were recognized by Charles VII, King of France, and by about 1452 Ockeghem had moved to the French court, with which he remained for the rest of his life, serving three successive monarchs Charles VII, Louis XI, and Charles VIII.

    Archive 2009-05-01

  • After him, Le Puy was visited by Philip the Bold in 1282, by Philip the Fair in 1285, by Charles VI in 1394, by Charles VII in 1420, and by the mother of Blessed Joan of Arc in 1429.


  • Madrid 4. This château was the seat of Henry II, Angevin King and King of England, and his wife Eleanor of Aquitaine; it was here that Joan of Arc persuaded Charles VII to declare himself king and raise an army to liberate France; in 1562, Henri IV turned it into a state prison.

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  • It was just such a rumor that caused Charles VII to pray to God to be sent a sign that he was the true King of France.

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  • This time however the French used gunpowder artillery which had been recently integrated into the French Army Of Charles VII.

    The Battle of the Herrings

  • She honored her King Charles VII, although he was far from being a saint, because in doing so she gave honor to Christ the King.

    Archive 2008-05-25

  • However, it is proved, not by historiographers, but by historians supported by family titles, that Charles VII. had three daughters by Agnes Sorel, the eldest of whom, married to one Breze, was stabbed by her husband.

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