Louis VII


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Lou·is VII

 (lo͞o′ē, lo͞o-ē′) 1120?-1180.
King of France (1137-1180) who led the unsuccessful Second Crusade (1147-1149) and frequently fought against Henry II of England.
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Louis VII

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(Biography) known as Louis le Jeune. c. 1120–80, king of France (1137–80). He engaged in frequent hostilities (1152–74) with Henry II of England
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