[ lˈuːi zˈɪa͡ɪ], [ lˈuːi zˈɪaɪ], [ l_ˈuː_i z_ˈɪ__aɪ]
Related words: french monarch louis xii, louis xii, louis xii of france
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Louis Xii, better known as Louis the Cardinal or Louis the Jealous, was a French monarch who ruled as king of France from 1498 to 1515 and again from 1515 to 1559. son of Charles VIII and Isabeau of Bavaria, Louis was born in Paris, the eldest son of Philippe VIII by his fourth wife, Anne of Brittany. He inherited the kingdom of France at the age of 14 after his father's death in 1498. As king, Louis tried to improve the government of France and resolve the perennial questions of religion, taxation, and military service.
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