Louis XIII



noun
1.
1601–43, king of France 1610–43 (son of Henry IV of Navarre).
noun
1.
1601–43, king of France (1610–43). His mother (Marie de Médicis) was regent until 1617; after 1624 he was influenced by his chief minister Richelieu

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