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Henry III, King of France, c16th century (1894)
Henry III, King of France, c16th century (1894)
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Binding with arms of Henry III, c1585 (1947)
Binding with arms of Henry III, c1585 (1947)
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Henry III, King of France, 16th century (1882-1884)
Henry III, King of France, 16th century (1882-1884)
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Henry III, King of France, (1804).Artist: J Chapman
Henry III, King of France, (1804).Artist: J Chapman
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Francois, Duke of Alencon.Artist: Gunst
Francois, Duke of Alencon.Artist: Gunst
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Portrait of Francois de Valois, Duke of Alencon, late 1560s. Artist: French Master
Portrait of Francois de Valois, Duke of Alencon, late 1560s. Artist: French Master
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Duc D'Alencon, 16th century, (1896).Artist: J Decourt
Duc D'Alencon, 16th century, (1896).Artist: J Decourt
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The assembly of the Sorbonne declare Henry III deposed, January 1589
The assembly of the Sorbonne declare Henry III deposed, January 1589
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Assassination of Henry III, King of France, 1589 (1589-1590)
Assassination of Henry III, King of France, 1589 (1589-1590)
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Battle of Montcontour, French Religious Wars, 3 October 1569 (1570)
Battle of Montcontour, French Religious Wars, 3 October 1569 (1570)
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Henry III, King of France, 16th century (1882-1884) Featured Print

Henry III, King of France, 16th century (1882-1884)

Henry III, King of France, 16th century (1882-1884). Henry (1551-1589) came to the throne in 1574. His reign was dominated by the continuing strife between Catholics and Protestants known as the French Wars of Religion. On 2nd August 1589 Henry was assassinated by friar Jacques Clement for his opposition to the Catholic Holy League founded by Henri, Duke of Guise, who had been murdered the previous year, possibly by Henry's order. Clement stabbed the king having been allowed access to him on the pretext of having an important message to deliver. A print from La France et les Francais a Travers les Siecle, Volume III, F Roy editor, A Challamel, Saint-Antoine, 1882-1884

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