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Louis XII

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(Biography) 1462–1515, king of France (1498–1515), who fought a series of unsuccessful wars in Italy
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Noun1.Louis XII - king of France who was popular with his subjects (1462-1515)Louis XII - king of France who was popular with his subjects (1462-1515)
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When the Duke de Valentinois, son of Alexander VI, visited Louis XII of France, his horse was loaded with gold leaves, according to Brantome, and his cap had double rows of rubies that threw out a great light.
It is thought that Leonardo Da Vinci painted "Salvator Mundi" around the year 1500 for King Louis XII of France.
And it has royal provenance: Commissioned by King Louis XII of France, owned by Charles I and Charles II of England, the painting passed into obscurity for three centuries until it was"rediscovered" in 2005.
TAP) - Salvator Mundi, the long-lost Leonardo da Vinci painting of Jesus Christ commissioned by King Louis XII of France more than 500 years ago, has sold during an auction in New York for $450.
2) by Jean Bourdichon (1457-1521), a single leaf that was once part of a private prayer book made in 1498-99 for King Louis XII of France.
We learn that King Louis XII of France had a commode under his throne, from where he discharged his duties