Luis IX

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The fourteenth-century signet ring of St Louis of France: enamelled gold with a sapphire.

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Saint Louis IX, King of France - Feast Day: August He is one of the Patron Saints of Franciscans of the Third Order (Tertiaries) along with Saint Elizabeth of Hungary. He is also one of the Patron Saints of France. Statues, Carthage, Luis Ix, Fall Of Constantinople, French Royalty, Medieval World, Saint Louis, Pope John, Daughters Of The King

Daughter of the King: Photo

And I will be a father to you and you shall be sons and daughters to Me, says the Lord Almighty. - 2 Cor 6:18

Saint Isabelle of France: daughter of Louis VIII. and younger sister of King Louis IX of France. Medieval Fashion, Medieval Clothing, Medieval Art, Saint Germain, Saint Damien, Luis Ix, Statues, Friedrich Ii, Paintings

Saints de Fevrier

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Louis IX le Saint, roi de France is your great grandfather. French History, European History, Luis Ix, Equestrian Statue, French Royalty, Empire Romain, Templer, Patron Saints, Dark Ages

Representation of Saint Louis considered to be true to life—Early-14th-century statue from the church of Mainneville, Eure, France Louis IX (25 April 1214 – 25 August 1270), commonly Saint Louis, was King of France from 1226 until his death.

 Louis IX by El Greco Louvre, Paris Louis IX of France was revered as a saint and painted in portraiture well after his death (such portraits may not accurately reflect his appearance). This portrait was painted by El Greco c. Catholic Saints, Roman Catholic, St Louis, Luis Ix, Leo Tolstoi, Renaissance, Catholic Online, Marie Antoinette, Middle Ages

Saint Louis IX (1214 - 1270). King of France from 1226 to 1270. He married Margaret of Provence and had eight children. He participated in the crusades and was very religious.

Pedro III of Aragon. Army History, European History, Family History, Luis Ix, Jaime I, Charles Ii Of England, Family Origin, High Middle Ages, Conquistador

Duelo de Reyes: Carlos de Anjou Vs Pedro III de Aragón

Como deja bien en claro el título de la entrada, esta historia trata de un duelo entre dos reyes: Carlos de Anjou y Pedro III de Aragón se enfrentarían el 1º de Junio en un duelo a muerte para defi…

King Saint Louis IX of France (Catholic Caucus) Catholic Art, Catholic Saints, Religious Art, St Louis, Medieval, Luis Ix, French Royalty, Ludwig, Anglo Saxon

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Statue of King Saint Louis IX at the Sacré-Coeur, Paris Medieval, Luis Ix, Equestrian Statue, Sculptures, Lion Sculpture, London History, Military History, St Louis, Catholic

King Saint Louis IX at Sacré-Coeur

This statue of King Saint Louis IX stands in front of the Basilica of the Sacré Cœur, beside a statue of Joan of Arc. The Basilica of the Sacré Cœur (Basilique du Sacré Cœur, "Basilica of the Sacred Heart") is a Parisian Roman Catholic church and landmark that crowns the butte Montmartre (Montmartre butte), the highest point in Paris, and is one of the city's most visited monuments. The 19th-century church was designed by architect Paul Abadie (who died in 1884, when only the foundations had…

Royal medieval Gothic chapel in the heart of Paris, France. The upper chapel of the Sainte Chapelle built between 1242 and 1248 by king Louis IX of France and restored by Eugene Viollet-le-Duc in the Century Gothic Architecture, Beautiful Architecture, Beautiful Buildings, Revival Architecture, Ancient Architecture, Architecture Images, Sainte Chapelle Paris, Saint Chapelle, Oh The Places You'll Go

Sainte Chapelle - París - Siglo XIII. Mandada a construir por San Luis IX para alojar la corona de espinas de Nuestro Señor Jesucristo ¡Maravilla de la Civilización Cristiana!

Saint Louis IX, King of France , whose feast we celebrate today, is the epitome of the Christian knight, king and crusader . He is the pa. Catholic Saints, Patron Saints, Roman Catholic, Litany Of St Joseph, Saint Joseph, St Louis, Luis Ix, Carthage, Royals

The Litany of Saint Joseph

This litany, or series of petitions, was approved by Pope St. Pius X and is a sign of the growing devotion to Saint Joseph in the 20th century.