Charles VII


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Charles VII

1403-1461.
King of France (1422-1461). He ended the Hundred Years' War (1453) by driving the English from most of France.

Charles VII

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1. (Biography) 1403–61, king of France (1422–61), son of Charles VI. He was excluded from the French throne by the Treaty of Troyes, but following Joan of Arc's victory over the English at Orléans (1429), was crowned
2. (Biography) 1697–1745, Holy Roman Emperor (1742–45) during the War of the Austrian Succession
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Noun1.Charles VII - King of France who began his reign with most of northern France under English controlCharles VII - 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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The fears of the weaker, or the ambition of the stronger States, or Confederacies, will set the same example in the New, as Charles VII. did in the Old World.
The road led straight up to the chateau which, compared to its ancestor on the hill, was exactly what a fop of the coterie of the Duc d'Enghein would have been beside a knight in steel armor in the time of Charles VII. D'Artagnan spurred his horse on and pursued his road, followed by Planchet at the same pace.
Was it a vague presentiment of the three hundred and seventy livres, sixteen sous, eight farthings, which the future King Charles VII. was to cut off from the provostship in the following year?
Museo di Capodimonte boasts a vast collection, started by the Bourbon King Charles VII (later Charles III of Spain) in the 18th century - he also funded the excavation of Pompeii.
Attributing her victories to divine guidance, Charles VII was able to assume his rightful throne as king of France with her by his side.
Des milliers de franE*ais dans le Berry ou dans l'Anjou sont des descendants des Ecossais qui se sont installE[umlaut]s aprE?s avoir combattu pour que la France retrouve son indE[umlaut]pendance avec Charles VII. Lorsque mon grand-pE?re est nE[umlaut], tout citoyen franE*ais ou E[umlaut]cossais pouvait encore automatiquement obtenir la double-nationalitE[umlaut]!
Two years later he was also crowned King of France, in Paris - though this English claim to the throne was contested by his uncle Charles VII and almost all English possessions in France would be lost later in Henry's reign in the final stages of the Hundred Years War 1814: Adolphe Sax, instrument inventor who gave his name to the saxophone, was born in Dinant, Belgium.
That's because between 1419 and 1424, it was the headquarters of about 2000 Scottish soldiers who went over to help King Charles VII of France in his battle against the English.
Shagen advocates taking 'belief as a category with a history, Rolf Strom-Olsen reads Thomas Basin's (Latin) Histories of Charles VII and Louis XI of France, Susan C.
After 1407 Christine pins her hopes on a succession of dauphins, each of whom, except the future Charles VII, dies at a young age.
The surprise here was the 965,000 [pounds sterling] paid by the Musee du Louvre for the left wing of a small triptych commissioned around 1450 by Dreux Bude, Notary and Secretary to Charles VII, portrayed here as the donor kneeling with his son in this scene of the Betrayal of Christ (Fig.