[trez; French trez] /trɛz; French trɛz/
noting or pertaining to the style of architecture, furnishings, and decoration prevailing in France in the early 17th century, characterized by a gradual transition from the free invention and composition of the renaissance to the classicism of the Louis Quatorze period.
of or relating to the style of furniture, decoration, and architecture of the time of Louis XIII of France, with rich decorative features based on classical models
- Louis V
noun 1. (“le Fainéant”) a.d. 967?–987, king of France 986–987: last Carolingian to rule France. noun 1. known as Louis le Fainéant. ?967–987 ad, last Carolingian king of France (986–87)
- Louis VI
noun 1. (“the Fat”) 1081–1137, king of France 1108–37.
- Louis VII
noun 1. (“the Young”) 1121?–80, king of France 1137–80 (son of Louis VI). noun 1. 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
- Louis viii
noun 1. known as Coeur-de-Lion. 1187–1226, king of France (1223–26). He was offered the English throne by opponents of King John but his invasion failed (1216)