[ lˈuːi ˈa͡ɪ], [ lˈuːi ˈaɪ], [ l_ˈuː_i_ ˈaɪ]
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How to use "Louis i" in context?
Louis I was the eldest son of Louis VIII and Blanche of Castile, and was born in 1223. He succeeded his father as King of France in 1226 and was crowned at Reims in 1226. He also succeeded his father as King of Navarre in 1234. Louis I was a deeply religious man and pursued a vigorous policy in the Middle East. He initiated a campaign against the Angevin Empire in Southern Italy, flooding the country with French troops in an attempt to conquer it. However, this campaign was a failure and Louis was captured and held hostage in Italy for two years.
Homophones for Louis i:
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