Gisants of Henry I (1008 - 1060), Louis VI, called the Fat (1080 - 1137), Constance of Arles (984 - 1032) and Robert the Pious (970 - 1031), stone, circa 1263, commissionned by Saint Louis, John I the Posthumous (15 November - 20 November 1316), son of Louis X and Clementia of Hungary, Jeanne of France (1311 - 1349), daughter of Louis X and Margaret of Burgundy, marbles, 14th century, Louis X, called the Quarreller, the Headstrong or the Stubborn (1289 - 1316), marble, circa 1327, Abbey church of Saint Denis, Seine Saint Denis, France. Picture by Manuel Cohen

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Gisants of Henry I (1008 - 1060), Louis VI, called the Fat (1080 - 1137), Constance of Arles (984 - 1032) and Robert the Pious (970 - 1031), stone, circa 1263, commissionned by Saint Louis, John I the Posthumous (15 November - 20 November 1316), son of Louis X and Clementia of Hungary, Jeanne of France (1311 - 1349), daughter of Louis X and Margaret of Burgundy, marbles, 14th century, Louis X, called the Quarreller, the Headstrong or the Stubborn (1289 - 1316), marble, circa 1327, Abbey...
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